I'm using win8.1 64 bit
My answer there is mostly on Russian, but there's a short explanation in English.
The thing is there's no way to reliably determine that a button is a "decline" button. Installers can change. There may be errors in the logic of Unchecky.
The situation now is that if Unchecky makes a mistake, it either warns you on a valid item, or doesn't warn you on an unwanted offer. Not nice, but you can see that something is wrong. Now imagine if Unchecky makes a mistake and quietly installs a bundled program. We don't want that to happen. Thus, I decided against automatic button clicking.
Hope it will be fixed in future versions.
We tried running the tool with Unchecky installed, and it reported that the system is not vulnerable.
Why do you think that Unchecky is responsible for the vulnerability on your system?
Can you provide a screenshot with the information that you're seeing?
Tries to install HP Support Assistant.
После установки Daemon Tools перед выходом есть 4 галочки, которые не снимаются автоматически.
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