|Beware of Facebook pages|
offering free apps
I can’t comment on the current iteration (probably because I commented on an earlier one), so I’m hoping that this post reaches as many people as possible (and not just because I love blog hits). The product is malware. It starts off with some really inconsistent marketing. The Facebook page calls the application “MacPhotoPro,” but the link takes you to a web page where it’s called “OldPhotoPro,” although the URL is macphotopro.com. (In the interest of revealing all, the full URL was: http://macphotopro.com/clp/1?sc=fbmacph&sn=Mac%20Photo%20Pro&ap=278470014&img_id=68738).
|Best as in "best for the vendor"|
|Does it really do this?|
Or does it just install malware?
Should you download “MacPhotoPro”? Hell no! The only question left is, “why is Facebook making themselves complicit in this?”
Update: Genieo keeps renaming the promotion. It's still malware.
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