Thanks, I think you are right. Makes me wonder exactly how the program operates. If it just looks for any pre-check checkboxes and unchecks them, it probably matters little that it hasn't been updated. But if it looks for very specific software dialog boxes (so it doesn't uncheck boxes that are not doing any harm - such as saying "install to the following directory" or something) then Unchecky becomes useless pretty quickly.
I guess maybe we will never know. I think I will stop recommending Unchecky - and other software from Reason Security (since I don't think I can trust the company any more)
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