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[Full-Disclosure] RE: Incorrect Classification of iDownload's Product as Spyware...
From: Roger A. Grimes (rogerbanneretcs.com)
Date: Thu Feb 24 2005 - 10:06:07 CST
I've got a solution for this litigation problem for the anti-spyware
Create a new classification called Recognized Software. In the
description, tell end users that Recognize software contains both wanted
and unwanted software. The software is in this category because many
users consider it and its actions unwanted.
Ok, not spyware, just unwanted recognized software. Easy to prove in
court, not slander, no lawsuit. Let's not quibble over
name-calling...and get to the root of the intent. Does end-user want
this particular software to keep on being installed and used if it knew
its true actions?
From: Paul Laudanski [mailto:zxcastlecops.com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2005 8:47 AM
To: bugtraqsecurityfocus.com; full-disclosurelists.netsys.com
Subject: Incorrect Classification of iDownload's Product as Spyware...
In a letter received by CastleCops from a law firm representing
It has been found out that another website has received a similar form.
In the next link is our response, with more information on the other
website, Spyware Warrior Blog:
Other security sites have picked up the story:
Paul Laudanski - Computer Cops, LLC.
CastleCops(SM) - http://castlecops.com
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