Lock and unlock your computer with a Pendrive

Want a hacker security for your PC. Try this hack, you can turn your pen drive into a security key. Without this key nobody can access your PC. In simple language, you can lock and unlock your PC from Pendrive.

we do this thing from an amazing software named Predator. This software turns your Pendrive into a password. Without your Pendrive, you can’t access your PC. If you unplug Pendrive from your PC your PC will be locked. This is one of the most advanced security for any computer user.


Now I show you how we Lock and unlock your computer with a Pendrive-

Step 1-

Download Predator USB software from its Official Website ( Predator)for 9 days trial.

Step 2

Install and Launch this software in your window PC.

Step 3-

When you launch this software first this software asks you to set the password.


Step 4-

Set your password and click on Ok button. (Make sure your Pendrive is connected to your PC.)


Step 5-

Now this software is ready for locking your computer from Pendrive.

Step 6-

Open Predator Settings.


Here you set time interval according to your needs.The default time interval is 30 seconds. If you remove Pendrive from your computer you computer will be locked in 30 seconds.


When you remove Pendrive from your computer your computer asks you enter your password with the warning.


If you do not enter the correct password, you computer screen goes black with access denied message.


Start Automatically Predator Software When you Start your PC

If somehow this software not automatically started when you start your computer then add this software in your startup folder.

For add this to startup folder-

Step 1-
Press Win+R, type shell:startup and press enter.


Step 2-
Now add Predator Shortcut icon in Startup Folder. You can copy it from the desktop.

PREDATOR protects its own in-memory process. Nobody can stop it with Ctrl-Alt-Del. PREDATOR can sound an audible alarm if somebody enters an invalid password.

You can also see logs for all messages, warnings, fail login attempts and all other information.



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