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Terris Leonis 4 years ago • updated by RaMMicHaeL 4 years ago 1

This screenshot comes from the installer (CDisplayExWin64.exe) for the 64-bit version of CDisplay Ex, a popular viewer for computer comic-book archives.

Of note:
  • The installer is built with Inno Setup and is a 32-bit process.
  • This example installs Search Protect by Conduit, which ostensibly "saves your preferred browser's homepage and default search settings so that they can't be changed by software you download from the Internet" - but changes them itself upon installation (my homepage became Bing).
  • Only one EULA screen is shown in this installer, and at first glance appears to be the EULA for the CDisplay software itself. Clicking Decline proceeds with CDisplay installation without installing Search Protect.
  • The latest version of Unchecky did not display any warning when the Accept button shown in the screenshot was clicked.

Answer

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Fixed
Thanks for the detailed report.
Should be fixed in v0.2.6.
Started
I don't get that offer, but I've added Conduit to the filters, and the next version of Unchecky should display a warning.
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Fixed
Thanks for the detailed report.
Should be fixed in v0.2.6.
Thanks! Conduit seems to be bundled with various installers (including uTorrent at one point) so this should hopefully help in a lot of places.