Never say "Can't." We need you, Unchecky.
You're saying that with Avast's vast resources, they developed a new strategy for sneaking in default checkboxes that can't be beat?
Certainly, if a big outfit like them is doing it to millions of computers, then the other applications are going to soon follow.
And then, Unchecky will have become obsolete.
If a new forced-marketing strategy is created, then a new cure needs to be created. You can do it.
Is their "driver" protected by copyright, so you're not allowed to change it, even if the user gives you permission? What about blocking the action of the checkboxes, post-driver? What about taking them to court for invasion of millions of computers?
Their forum is filled with comments complaining about their embrace of forced marketing that's been accelerating the last few years. So much for "customer loyalty for their benevolent service." You'll be joined by plenty of allies if you want to fight them.
May the 10th be with you.
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