they confessed that they installed softwares/addons with their AV/IS that had nothing to do with what their product's purpose.
Although the decision is up to you, I feel that no, you should not have to uninstall your Avast unless you are convinced this mass fear is based upon a real and present danger or a more subjective and moral question as to what you believe is the honest truth. I'm keeping Avast.
@dragonx1983, many here on MT trust and recommend Emsisoft AV as well as their paid (..I think) Anti-Malware (I hope to win an AV license key from our giveaway!) but as Viking posted, an option would be to remove/un-install SafePrice ext.so what antivirus should i get now is emisisoft AV any good
sorry but Avast does not force to install it, and give you the option not to install toolbarThe difference is that if I want to pay for an operating system, payment. If I want to pay for an internet connection, so payment.
But Avast will not let you decide. Avast recommends an extension of a misleading way and does not warn of its
" dubious " effectiveness. When you install just expect the opposite of what it does.
That's the difference , I decide for myself, and what i see , Avast also decides for me.
I do not doubt the quality of the antivirus , which is magnificent as I think so is their lack of ethics.When these practices are tested antivirus others , either I will use them.
Kind regards and have a nice day
I'm installing a lot of windows 7, it really pist me off to dig into the tasks to find what called experience and delete it.Both.
I use Windows for duty (and good games too , he, he) , I like more more Linux (usually more respectful of your privacy , although here has been some ... ), especially Xubuntu and Manjaro . But when you buy Windows , you know that, unfortunately , you lose certain rights on behalf of a private company.
Avast has displeased me that is supposed to do the opposite of what you suggest and they do not trust .
I think not properly report the " profits " of the extension.
Kaspersky is good no
Well, if you have an active base of several million users who don't pay anything for the product and there comes an advertiser that offers your $1-2 for each installation of a toolbar, wouldn't you go for the deal too?Why are they adding a feature that spies on your browsing, inserts ads… and all without properly notifying you?