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  1. I like how you defend your skeevy tactics but do not deny them. At the very least, your stuff installs itself, often does not delete completely, and can break certain functionalities of a PC. Isn't that the very definition of malware?
  2. I can no longer trust Lavasoft after finding Web Companion on my laptop. It apparently arrived unwantedly bundled with the K-Lite Codec Pack as a Trojan Horse. Cnet downloads is just as culpable for being complicit in this scam. (EDIT: Or did it come in with the Adobe update? Either way, it sucks...) I wish it merely ironic that an anti-Trojan program installs itself as a Trojan... Seriously, what the frig? Have you lost your minds? On top of it all, Lavasoft has a history of using malicious code in their programs. http://arstechnica.com/security/2015/02/security-software-found-using-superfish-style-code-as-attacks-get-simpler/