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  1. I think Mr. Khanse has made a good point…sometimes if you’re lucky, with the vast amount of junkware sailing around at the moment, some AV outfit or MS or whoever at least tells you the most important malware file to go searching your HDD for; from my own experience past few months, just because one has found an app/ext via a reputable medium, does NOT mean everyone knows right away what the results of a GMER background scan, for example, may reveal on final end user PCs (anybody can provide a “clean” copy of anything just to get a site to allow their downloads, and even BleepingComputer earlier 2013 had Sality infused into ComboFix). Again, Mr. Khanse’s article shows it’s a good idea to check EVERYTHING one installs, these days.

  2. I fully agree with you. And like you wrote I don’t install anything without checking it.
    I only thought Mr. Khanse might know the extention’s name, so it would be easier for the lesser computergods to avoid the thing.

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