The new generation of the auditor (Gen 2), designed to work with huge disks. Keeping everything
its unique features such as reading and parsing file systems (all types of FAT, NTFS and exFAT)
at a low level, by reading by sectors, ADinf32 got the ability to work with disks containing
over a million files. This was achieved through a deep reworking of the core of the auditor. In addition, added
the ability to exclude files and directories from scanning by long name masks, exclude directories by full paths
or, conversely, include only selected directory trees in disk snapshots and control the safety of important information
on huge disks without spending a lot of time.
The new generation supports a special mode of control over the safety of information on removable media, such as USB disks
or flash drives that everyone has. In the disk settings for a flash drive, you can enable the mode of saving a snapshot in the root of the disk.
In this case, a copy of the snapshot and the exported settings profile will be saved in the root directory. On any other computer
you can check the safety of the information on the flash drive and, having written the new information, update the root snapshot. When the flash drive
returns to its "native" computer, it is automatically checked against the snapshot previously saved on the computer, which allows
see all the changes in the data that have occurred during her "walk around other computers". This significantly reduces the risk
bring the virus on a flash drive.