I completely agree especially if it pop ups on false positives, let GeekBuddy charge you to remove an infection that doesn't exists.Earth said:That Comodo GeekBuddy pop-up is very misleading and personally I consider it a scare-tactic.
Jack said:And only after you'll click on "No, I will try it to clean it myself", you'll get the detection window.
I find it funny, that I never had to "clean it myself" ,and in fact COMODO removed the infection on it own, without any help.
Is there a way to remove the GeekBuddy pop-ups permanently? or does it happen each time malware is detected? If so this is what I would call nagware not freeware.