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Endpoint Protector Knowledge Base

Below you can explore FAQs related to Endpoint Protector and find the information you need. For any other additional questions, suggestions, and improvements please contact the support team.

Is it possible to block an internal card reader on Mac with Endpoint Protector?

Yes, Endpoint Protector can block internal card readers also on Mac computers. However, inside the Endpoint Protector interface, a card reader is recognized as a USB Storage device. This means that, for example, if you set “Allow” rights to the USB Storage Device class, then, subsequently, the internal card readers will also be set to “Allow” and, therefore, the user will be able to access the information from the inserted cards. In case that the rights for the USB Storage Device class are set to “Deny”, then the internal card reader will be blocked.
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