I did not say that Unlocker was malware ridden! I did say that I didn'tI didn't make a claim, you did....that Unlocker was malware/maleware
ridden and it was always installed regardless of whether or not you tell
trust it anymore.
I worked with many top in their league scientists for many years. And II stated my hypothesis on what really *did* happen, did an experiment,
reported my results here, and stated my conclusion based upon those
It's called 'science'.
don't call your method science. And I am sure they don't either.
I never said to trust stranger Bill. I just said don't trust anybody youYou are a stranger. I do not trust you. You were wrong, according to the
test results I saw for myself.
So I was right not to trust this stranger.
don't know very well. Including the author of Unlocker.
Sure you can. The 100% foolproof method that I know of is that youThere is no way to know that of *any* s/w package, unless it's open source.
monitor everything. We used to use a machine monitor to do this (they
probably still exists). And you don't need the source code or anything.
As you can record everything in pure machine language. Far at a much
lower level than anything you can ever get and most likely at a far
lower level than what the original program was written in.
You never used it? Geez, I have! And I trusted Unlocker all the way upI never said there weren't other alternatives. I've never used Unlocker
to 1.8.5. When 1.8.6 came out, I started to have doubts about the
trustworthiness of the author. As they sold out for one by adding eBay
shortcuts to the installer. And I am sure eBay pays them for this,
otherwise why do it? And we know there are other stuff that the author
added that has nothing to do with Unlocker itself.