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Unchecky 0.2.2 Beta

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Unchecky's primary feature is automatic unchecking of unrelated offers, such as potentially unwanted programs, offers to change your homepage or your search engine.

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Unchecky 0.2.1 Beta

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Unchecky's primary feature is automatic unchecking of unrelated offers, such as potentially unwanted programs, offers to change your homepage or your search engine.

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Unchecky 0.1.10 Beta

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Unchehky's primary feature is automatic unchecking of unrelated offers, such as potentially unwanted programs, offers to change your homepage or your search engine.

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Unchecky 0.1.9 Beta

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Unchehky's primary feature is automatic unchecking of unrelated offers, such as potentially unwanted programs, offers to change your homepage or your search engine.

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Unchecky 0.1.8 Beta

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Unchehky's primary feature is automatic unchecking of unrelated offers, such as potentially unwanted programs, offers to change your homepage or your search engine.

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Unchecky 0.1.5 Beta

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Unchehky's primary feature is automatic unchecking of unrelated offers, such as potentially unwanted programs, offers to change your homepage or your search engine.

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Unchecky 0.1.4 Beta

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Unchehky's primary feature is automatic unchecking of unrelated offers, such as potentially unwanted programs, offers to change your homepage or your search engine.

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Unchecky 0.1.3 Beta

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Unchehky's primary feature is automatic unchecking of unrelated offers, such as potentially unwanted programs, offers to change your homepage or your search engine.

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Scareware launched from blog advertising

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According to the BBC Technology website, visitors to the technology blog Gizmodo have been warned that they may have picked up malware. According to the BBC, the security firm Sophos analyzed the incident and...

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Microsoft, Washington State Sue Scareware Vendors

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The Attorney General's Office along with Microsoft announced the filing of new cases under Washington's recently improved Computer Spyware Act during a joint press conference today in Seattle. "We won't tolerate the use of...

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