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It's not so much that this particular "Hack Tool" is the problem as it is going to sites which offer such tools. Visiting those types of is a security risk which can make your system susceptible to a smörgåsbord of malware infections, remote attacks, and exposure of personal information.
Hack tool is my nephew's fault he is so dead the next time I see him
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What is OpenCandy?
OpenCandy provides a plug-in that developers include in their software to earn money by showing recommendations for other software in their installers. Developers use this money to keep their software free and invest in further software development. The installer uses the OpenCandy plug-in to present a software recommendation...during installation. You have complete control to accept the software recommendation by selecting either the “Install” or “Do not install” options on the software recommendation screen.
SIW Home Edition is bundled with OpenCandy
OpenCandy is an advertising application.
OpenCandy is similar to Google AdSense, except it displays advertisements in installation program instead of websites. These advertisements promote another software packages. The advertisements are selected by providers of software being installed. When user installing a software (SIW) chooses to install promoted package, revenue is generated and shared between OpenCandy and software providers (SIW developers).
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