Downloaded and ran the program expecting that if it found anything it would give me the option to delete or not. Instead after running it informed me that it had successfully removed some Big Fish game files. I've gotten quite a collection of Big Fish games over the years and have never had an issue with a virus or malware so I don't know what Junkware found that it didn't like. I had just ran Malwarebytes, Super Antispyware and Adware. All came up empty.
Junkware has managed to completely fubar my Big Fish Game program. First thing after closing Junkware (unfortunately didn't write down the names of the removed files), I opened my (win 8.1) modern page and clicked the Game Manager icon. Got an error message that the program couldn't open. Noticed that some of the game entries indicated "activate xxxx game" The uninstall option was gone and nothing happened when I clicked the icon. I finally gave up and used a system restore point from two days ago figuring that would put things right. Wrong! Whatever Junkware did it must have done it in the restore files as well because I still couldn't open the Big Fish Game Manager. I uninstalled it from programs in the control panel, downloaded a fresh copy and installed it. It created icons in the modern page but if I click on it does absolutely nothing. I removed one of the games using the uninstall.exe in the game file and downloaded a fresh copy from Big Fish. When I tried to install the fresh copy of the game absolutely nothing at all happened.
It appears that Junkware Removal Tool has completely blocked anything from Big Fish Games and did so without even asking me if I wanted to remove any files. Needless to say you can find me in the unhappy camper camp and I haven't yet figured out how I'm ever going to fix this situation.
Edited by Orange Blossom, 25 July 2014 - 08:49 PM.
Moved to General security. ~ OB