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New Tool Challenges Windows 10 Privacy Issues



/ 1 year ago

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So far the brand spanking new Windows 10 OS has been a huge success compared to the mishmash that was Windows 8, which tried to do its best to annoy consumers with the deletion of the Start Menu in favour of Metro.  The default option for privacy on the other hand is far less forgiving, from stealing user’s bandwidth for updates to Webcam and Microphone access, Microsoft have shifted their position.

But users could in theory attempt to shift it back again with the development of a new free app by the name of “Do Not Spy 10” This enables the user to disable the grand total of 37 Windows privacy issues with a single click. The software has been designed by German developer pXc-coding, who have developed a centralized interface which allows for easy tinkering of settings.

There are noteworthy caveats with this software, this lies with your Antivirus product which may detect this tool as malicious in nature because it can modify Windows settings, which is to be expected. Also the developer is using an advertisement campaign within the software which is mentioned in its end-user licence agreement; this means that Anti-Virus vendors may flag this as an Adware or Pup.

A quick run through Virus Total generates a report of 10/55 services which class this exe file as suspicious, 9 class it as a pup while Symantec classifies it as a Trojan. Technically this software is not malware and you can uninstall after using it once, it’s better to use good judgement and if you have any doubts, give it a miss, also check out the below links which convey details of the product.

Thank you The Hacker News and pxc-coding and facebook


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  • 12John34

    A second article about the same program?
    My little advice
    DO NOT USE PROGRAMS THAT ARE ADWARE and not Freeware as advertized (Am I wrong?)

    There will be plenty of REALLY FREE programs in the future to deal with Windows 10’s privacy problems. Just have patience. No reason to inject adwares in your Windows installation.
    JMO