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I kinda agree, too much extra stuff in the new versions (apps, feeds etc), which I don't use at all.

They should make a "lite" version of uTorrent without those features.

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And for the unwary, uTorrent carries "Open Candy", which has been the subject of discussions for quite some time.

 

Make your own mind up about it, but you do not get the option to opt out of installing it, and the only mention is to be found right at the end of the "Terms and Conditions" ...

 

 

 

Which is why you should always glance through "Terms and Conditions" before pressing the "Go" button with any new software.

 

This isn't a criticism of your thread in any way nodles, just some extra information about the install. If you go back a few versions, you can get uTorrent without the passenger.

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And for the unwary, uTorrent carries "Open Candy", ... you can get uTorrent without the passenger.

Should we call it a passenger or a hijacker :angry:

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I can't stand the direction they've taken uTorrent since v3, it's just bloated and loosing the original reason that most people used it- it was like 512kb!

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I can't stand the direction they've taken uTorrent since v3, it's just bloated and loosing the original reason that most people used it- it was like 512kb!

True.

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Are you sure? Couldn't find anything related to OpenCandy on my system.

Did you use a Portable Variant ?

 

I am happy with CrystalDiscInfo.

Last week this was heavily attacked on another forum because it was claimed it installed OpenCandy

I had never seen it offered and I did not think it sneaked through either.

I searched for the stated executable and it was absent.

 

Then I searched for CrystalDiskInfo which took me to

http://crystalmark.i...fo/index-e.html

I never take the first download offer until I seek a portable variant, bingo

http://crystalmark.i...ad/index-e.html

The second item down is the Portable I obviously would have downloaded,

and immediately above is the Installer version link and by the side is an OpenCandy link.

 

CrystalDiskInfo is perfectly transparent about the availability of OpenCandy when using the Installer flavour,

and do NOT include it in the Portable build.

 

CCleaner includes the possibility of an extra addon with the installer,

but exclude it from both Portable and Slim

 

Perhaps you struck lucky and happened to download a variant without OpenCandy.

 

I just had a sneaky thought :-

Could an OpenCandy Dissident have modified the latest uTorrent to strip out OpenCandy,

and then used uTorrent to distribute his improved version :P

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I'm absolutely sure, although since the last time I checked out an installation containing Open Candy, they've changed things.

 

Originally, a file called "OCSetupHlp.dll" was installed into the temp folder, did it's business, and was then deleted along with the other software temp installation files (uTorrent in this case).

 

It still does the same thing, but the file is now called "BunndleOfferManager.dll", is still installed to the temp folder along with a "Buundle" temp folder containing a log file, and is still deleted.

 

The issue here is that this stuff is installed and runs on your computer without your knowledge. and carries out quite a bit of activity before it's demise. If Open Candy had nothing to hide, you would get an opt-out choice during the install, as you do with the heap of other rubbish uTorrent offers you.

 

As it is, you have no idea about this unwanted passenger unless you spot the Open Candy Terms in the licence agreement.

 

This is what it installs, and I'll list the contents of the log file and the dll.

 

 

 

Log File:

 

 

2012-04-28 20:43:36 2300 1204 ========================================

2012-04-28 20:43:36 2300 1204 Bunndle Offer Manager Client Starting

2012-04-28 20:43:36 2300 1204 Version: 2.0.0.7

2012-04-28 20:43:36 2300 1204 ========================================

2012-04-28 20:43:36 2300 1204 Requesting updated agent DLL

2012-04-28 20:43:36 2300 1204 DownloadFile() called

2012-04-28 20:43:36 2300 1204 Downloading https://services.bun...ices/FetchAgent

2012-04-28 20:43:36 2300 1204 to C:\DOCUME~1\COMPAQ~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\Bunndle\BunndleOfferManager-F3A7FE13-48DB-4E78-B4DF-65336C66EAD5.dll

2012-04-28 20:43:37 2300 1204 No updated agent DLL available

2012-04-28 20:43:37 2300 1204 Copying Offer Manager DLL from C:\DOCUME~1\COMPAQ~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\BunndleOfferManager.dll

2012-04-28 20:43:37 2300 1204 to C:\DOCUME~1\COMPAQ~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\Bunndle\BunndleOfferManager-F3A7FE13-48DB-4E78-B4DF-65336C66EAD5.dll

2012-04-28 20:43:37 2300 1204 Moving Offer Manager DLL to C:\DOCUME~1\COMPAQ~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\Bunndle\BunndleOfferManager.dll

2012-04-28 20:43:37 2300 1204 Starting agent process using C:\windows\system32\rundll32.exe

2012-04-28 20:43:37 2300 1204 Agent process started (pid 1200)

2012-04-28 20:43:37 1200 744 =================================================

2012-04-28 20:43:37 1200 744 Bunndle Offer Manager Agent Starting

2012-04-28 20:43:37 1200 744 Version: 2.0.0.7

2012-04-28 20:43:37 1200 744 Working Directory: C:\DOCUME~1\COMPAQ~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\Bunndle

2012-04-28 20:43:37 1200 744 OS Version: WinXP (5.1) 32-bit Service Pack 3

2012-04-28 20:43:37 1200 744 Default Browser: unknown

2012-04-28 20:43:37 1200 744 Default Mail Client: unknown

2012-04-28 20:43:37 1200 744 User Locale: en-GB

2012-04-28 20:43:37 1200 744 System Guid: 0BBE2F15-EEE2-4DC5-879D-673AD2BF4C92

2012-04-28 20:43:37 1200 744 =================================================

2012-04-28 20:43:37 1200 744 Starting shell script to cleanup DLL on exit

2012-04-28 20:43:37 1200 744 Command Line: "C:\windows\system32\cmd.exe" /c set /p x= & del /f /s "C:\DOCUME~1\COMPAQ~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\Bunndle\BUNNDL~1.DLL"

2012-04-28 20:43:37 1200 3692 Job processor thread starting

2012-04-28 20:43:38 1200 744 Cleanup script started (pid 984)

2012-04-28 20:43:38 1200 428 LockAgent() called

2012-04-28 20:43:38 1200 428 LockAgent() called

2012-04-28 20:43:38 2300 1204 PrepareOffers() called

2012-04-28 20:43:38 2300 1204 Product Id = C6D65593-16C7-44ED-BC08-B46F22EA7353

2012-04-28 20:43:38 1200 3912 StartOfferJob() called

2012-04-28 20:43:38 1200 3912 Product Id = C6D65593-16C7-44ED-BC08-B46F22EA7353

2012-04-28 20:43:38 1200 3912 Sending BeginInstall request (590 bytes)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Received BeginInstall response (16992 bytes)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 SelectOffersToBeShown() called

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Received 32 offers total

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Maximum offers specified by installer: 1

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Maximum offers specified by service: 1

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Selecting up to 1 offers

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-0 (product 89FA712A-4817-4088-BB95-43DE10C5F605, offer E9B0B0A9-316E-40AD-AB01-F6B058ADBD66)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-0 skipped: script returned FailedProductCriteria:Is64BitOS

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-1 (product E8307328-766B-44BE-AD90-4494F35508D2, offer 31A50011-B7B4-46D7-A4C5-ED554343B60C)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-1 selected

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-2 (product 3672709B-4C00-4FD3-9114-8478B58BF383, offer F06EC8AF-4379-4E9B-A07A-9093754C1C55)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-2 skipped: NoMatchProductBrowsers

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-3 (product 75F0B632-5B7B-476C-A08A-FB8B45D1180B, offer C728F75A-7049-49F8-A5E5-1DADBB7EA272)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-3 skipped: NoMatchProductBrowsers

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-4 (product 779FFBD1-8DF1-4CB4-983E-FCC534A7A00D, offer A5A6DB4B-6CE1-4C02-9835-1100D02EDB74)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-4 skipped: NoMatchOfferLocale

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-5 (product 894CF0AA-B3E8-4A31-AA71-7E88944FEFE5, offer 0F2862B7-4087-4F28-8083-794EA5641C9E)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-5 skipped: NoMatchOfferLocale

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-6 (product 894CF0AA-B3E8-4A31-AA71-7E88944FEFE5, offer E1F53A32-AE26-4C16-BABE-BE1E5E007422)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-6 skipped: NoMatchOfferLocale

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-7 (product 894CF0AA-B3E8-4A31-AA71-7E88944FEFE5, offer 23841B89-8466-4942-8DC9-BC5863611E91)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-7 skipped: NoMatchOfferLocale

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-8 (product 6B974D3B-FB43-48B4-9BAB-F1CCC8B6A691, offer 544858D7-C419-4E24-A70C-A5AE09BCBC90)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-8 skipped: NoMatchProductBrowsers

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-9 (product AC8E9086-7449-4BDD-98F1-D0D1E5BAB16B, offer 08B54650-9976-4FC1-A16C-075984FC46BD)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-9 skipped: NoMatchProductBrowsers

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-10 (product 028C6E52-F9AB-4E7D-B4D0-51CCDC23C389, offer 4AD92FDC-612D-4848-9D5E-F2D15740F58A)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-10 skipped: NoMatchProductBrowsers

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-11 (product 0C0E3A00-6907-49EF-ABB3-E8B63BDE0668, offer 53805055-FFEF-41AF-96E9-DC2097722059)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-11 skipped: NoMatchProductBrowsers

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-12 (product 058F40CA-4EE8-4790-80B0-81F3A65C4302, offer E6446D15-B363-4649-9B33-BF6AF6C64309)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-12 skipped: NoMatchProductBrowsers

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-13 (product F93725DD-8627-476E-8B82-7D154FCA5FC6, offer 1C2E07C7-318B-4A3E-A98F-11CCE46E6C4F)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-13 skipped: NoMatchProductBrowsers

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-14 (product 01983C0D-C598-4FFF-85F1-A993C7DD6AAF, offer AD9FDEAF-B96B-43E9-9B1C-6E67E369A6C7)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-14 skipped: NoMatchProductBrowsers

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-15 (product E9DDD55C-2F77-4ED9-9D5F-6EB9484DFE4A, offer F9A6A1D3-6CCA-41AE-80CB-84E2979A19DE)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-15 skipped: NoMatchProductBrowsers

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-16 (product A3602545-7262-4CB5-85FA-14800E564082, offer F0431235-C91B-4F63-8492-38F75610F2FF)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-16 skipped: NoMatchProductBrowsers

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-17 (product 052EB734-40BB-45A4-A3AF-614F90BE1241, offer 4FD3FE41-395B-4F6C-B03C-A7F18D7CF467)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-17 skipped: NoMatchProductOS

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-18 (product 052EB734-40BB-45A4-A3AF-614F90BE1241, offer F9D1782B-B431-456C-B643-6EF5FB52F711)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-18 skipped: NoMatchProductOS

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-19 (product 052EB734-40BB-45A4-A3AF-614F90BE1241, offer B0E0EF98-0815-4300-8690-A37C5083AB8F)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-19 skipped: NoMatchProductOS

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-20 (product 052EB734-40BB-45A4-A3AF-614F90BE1241, offer 85EAFC03-AFE4-4189-951B-F91EE734AFD8)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-20 skipped: NoMatchProductOS

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-21 (product 052EB734-40BB-45A4-A3AF-614F90BE1241, offer 1A102160-6FE0-4431-810E-96315DAA155D)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-21 skipped: NoMatchProductOS

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-22 (product 052EB734-40BB-45A4-A3AF-614F90BE1241, offer 2EAD2840-8075-49B1-83CA-196738F7517C)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-22 skipped: NoMatchProductOS

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-23 (product 052EB734-40BB-45A4-A3AF-614F90BE1241, offer 2723A5EA-BC5F-49C6-B288-48EC2008928A)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-23 skipped: NoMatchProductOS

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-24 (product 89FA712A-4817-4088-BB95-43DE10C5F605, offer 8FF90985-AB9B-4EC6-BD88-F84F8D7533F0)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-24 skipped: NoMatchOfferLocale

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-25 (product 89FA712A-4817-4088-BB95-43DE10C5F605, offer 5FA63E35-1BC6-4ED6-BB07-85BD8C87434A)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-25 skipped: NoMatchOfferLocale

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-26 (product 89FA712A-4817-4088-BB95-43DE10C5F605, offer 5B3870C9-AE67-46CA-9D60-6A11F8960C1A)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-26 skipped: NoMatchOfferLocale

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-27 (product 89FA712A-4817-4088-BB95-43DE10C5F605, offer 6CABCDEB-0913-4F3A-A809-FE6A8D2ADE79)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-27 skipped: NoMatchOfferLocale

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-28 (product 89FA712A-4817-4088-BB95-43DE10C5F605, offer 3CA38A25-6844-4E5B-A773-69B2187A9D88)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-28 skipped: NoMatchOfferLocale

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-29 (product 57075B6A-3555-45A2-A040-06BAEA11C4A6, offer 527745C3-2250-4309-9FE8-99F00885EE15)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-29 skipped: NoMatchOfferLocale

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-30 (product B971E7CE-B16C-49DC-B0AB-A0E052ECB7CA, offer A9C476E9-B9E1-4DF3-989C-F447CF099CD3)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-30 skipped: NoMatchOfferLocale

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Evaluating offer 1-31 (product 498A7E3F-F7AE-4282-8770-D8FE41626A4B, offer 67F96063-A034-4715-A5FF-1915903017B6)

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Offer 1-31 skipped: NoMatchOfferLocale

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 Selected 1 out of 32 offers

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 SelectOffersToBeShown() returning

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 LockAgent() called

2012-04-28 20:43:39 1200 3912 StartOfferJob() returning

2012-04-28 20:43:39 2300 1204 Client state set to OffersReady

2012-04-28 20:43:39 2300 1204 PrepareOffers() returning

2012-04-28 20:43:48 1200 3692 Checking installer process for job 1

2012-04-28 20:43:58 1200 3692 Checking installer process for job 1

2012-04-28 20:44:08 1200 3692 Checking installer process for job 1

2012-04-28 20:44:18 2300 1204 SetOfferWindow() called

2012-04-28 20:44:18 2300 1204 Creating offer control

2012-04-28 20:44:18 2300 1204 SetOfferWindow() returning

2012-04-28 20:44:18 2300 1204 ShowNextOffer() called

2012-04-28 20:44:18 2300 1204 Showning offer 1-1

2012-04-28 20:44:18 2300 1204 ShowNextOffer() returning

2012-04-28 20:44:18 1200 3692 Checking installer process for job 1

2012-04-28 20:44:19 2300 1204 Offer download complete

2012-04-28 20:44:19 2300 1204 Offer download complete

2012-04-28 20:44:19 2300 1204 Offer document complete

2012-04-28 20:44:22 2300 1204 put_CurrentOfferAccepted() called

2012-04-28 20:44:22 2300 1204 Offer 1-1 declined

2012-04-28 20:44:22 2300 1204 put_CurrentOfferAccepted() returning

2012-04-28 20:44:26 2300 1204 ProcessResults() called

2012-04-28 20:44:26 2300 1204 Client state set to ProcessingResults

2012-04-28 20:44:26 1200 428 ProcessJobResults() called

2012-04-28 20:44:26 1200 428 ProcessJobResults() returning

2012-04-28 20:44:26 1200 3692 Checking installer process for job 1

2012-04-28 20:44:26 1200 3692 CompleteOfferJob() called

2012-04-28 20:44:26 1200 3692 Beginning processing of offer results for job 1

2012-04-28 20:44:26 1200 3912 ReleaseAgent() called

2012-04-28 20:44:26 1200 3912 ReleaseAgent() called

2012-04-28 20:44:26 2300 1204 Client state set to Complete

2012-04-28 20:44:26 2300 1204 ProcessResults() returning

2012-04-28 20:44:26 1200 3692 Sending InstallationComplete request (23617 bytes)

2012-04-28 20:44:27 1200 3692 Received InstallationComplete response (0 bytes)

2012-04-28 20:44:27 1200 3692 Job 1 complete

2012-04-28 20:44:27 1200 3692 ReleaseAgent() called

2012-04-28 20:44:27 1200 3692 Agent shutting down

2012-04-28 20:44:27 1200 744 FinalRelease() called

2012-04-28 20:44:27 1200 3692 CompleteOfferJob() returning

2012-04-28 20:44:27 1200 3692 Job processor thread exiting

2012-04-28 20:44:27 1200 744 FinalRelease() returning

2012-04-28 20:44:27 1200 744 Agent exiting

 

 

 

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tlbid

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tlbid

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And there are registry entries created such as this one example ...

 

 

 

The full details of the uTorrent installation are to be found here ...

 

http://www.threatexp...045c7371d2ed8ae

 

In my humble opinion, there is absolutely no reason why this process has to take place without the knowledge of the user.

 

No matter how many times Open Candy screech to the heavens that what they do is provide a service, this secretive way of insinuating themselves into computers without the owners knowledge says enough for me.

 

But of course, make your own minds up, as I have. I'm just providing you with the information.

:)

 

 

EDIT:

 

If it wasn't for the "Open Candy" section of the agreement, you would have no idea that this was Open Candy.

 

I don't think you'll find a mention of that name anywhere else, and it's too much of a coincidence for me to have this "BunndleOfferManager.dll" appearing in the same location, doing the same thing, and appearing during a software install, as the "OCSetupHlp.dll" previously did.

 

Just for info, I checked this out under "Returnil" to make sure on reboot that I completely clear everything it did.

 

EDIT 2:

 

The newly created "Bunndle" registry entries aren't deleted. They still retain details of software update checks etc..

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And for the unwary, uTorrent carries "Open Candy", which has been the subject of discussions for quite some time.

 

Open Candy is beyond easy to bypass which is why I'll use some software that has it packed in since I'll never see it pop up! ;)

 

My now ancient version uTorrent 2.2.1 doesn't have any "Candy", "Open" or otherwise, and also doesn't do any funny business in the background which made me completely distrust newer blinged up versions with all that extra stuff in them like apps, etc.

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Could an OpenCandy Dissident have modified the latest uTorrent to strip out OpenCandy,

and then used uTorrent to distribute his improved version :P

 

All anyone needs is just uTorrent.exe, well in the past with older versions it was a standalone program that would/could copy itself into program files.

 

Edit:

Although that Bunndle junk may get into the registry they can be blocked as a restricted site and cookie in IE, and in the HOSTS file.

 

IE Format:

bunndle.com
services.bunndle.com
www.bunndle.com

 

HOSTS Format:

127.0.0.1  bunndle.com
127.0.0.1  services.bunndle.com
127.0.0.1  www.bunndle.com

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I have information for you guys, regarding the OpenCandy entry in the uTorrent ULA, and the inclusion of the "Bunndle" passenger contained within the uTorrent installation.

 

I've received information via pm that "Bunndle" is in fact a competitor of OpenCandy, and has no connection with Open Candy whatsoever.

 

The easiest way to do this is to copy and paste the relevant information directly from the pm, with a copy of my reply.

 

Bunndle (http://www.bunndle.com/) is a "competitor" of OpenCandy which uTorrent has chosen to work -- they used to work with us. OpenCandy is still automatically removed once the recommendation and installation process has been completed, and OpenCandy does NOT create registry entries (we haven't for over a year), and we require that the OpenCandy EULA is disclosed within a partner's install (and we spot-check partners to ensure compliance).

 

Btw, we still use OCSetupHlp.dll.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions! :-)

 

Thanks!

 

Andrew (fka Doc Dr. Apps)

Policy, Compliance & Integration Team at OpenCandy

 

Hi Andrew.

 

If what you say is the case, and I have no reason to believe otherwise, then I would suggest (although I probably don't need to), that you have the uTorrent developers remove the OpenCandy section from their ULA.

 

That entry, coupled with the fact that Bunndle doesn't have a mention in said ULA, will probably lead others to the same conclusion it led me, that the extra installation feature is in fact OpenCandy in another guise.

 

I will of course amend my information in that thread, probably by copying and pasting the gist of your pm to me, with my reply to you.

 

Apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused you.

 

Dennis.

 

I think that covers it really, and it surprises me that uTorrent are providing this passenger (I'll stick with the term), and are doing so without even a mention of them in any part of the installation, in particular the ULA.

 

Again, make your own minds up about uTorrent and it's installation.

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