Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 11th Jun 2010 21:27 UTC
Microsoft "Microsoft has fixed the distribution scope of a toolbar update that, without the user's knowledge, installed an add-on in Internet Explorer and an extension in Firefox called Search Helper Extension. Microsoft told us that the new update is actually the same as the old one; the only difference is the distribution settings. In other words, the update will no longer be distributed to toolbars that it shouldn't be added to. End users won't see the tweak, Microsoft told Ars, and also offered an explanation on what the mystery add-on actually does."
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by marcp on Sat 12th Jun 2010 17:56 UTC
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Hmm, glad I can say that I don't really care what they do, because I don't use their OS.

However, I would be very mad If I were Windows user. I'd probobly sue them, or just stop using their products.

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