While I appreciate your comments, you have to understand what people like Broni, myself, and many others do here in forums like these. We offer free help to all that need it with the mindset that scare tactics are uncalled for. Personally, I support a small network of computers and dealing with spyware, OS problems, etc, I have experienced many vendors who try to scare people into buying their product. Scare tactics like these are common in selling AV applications via popups over the internet. I'm sure you have seen these and perhaps have even experienced these popups. To the Tech people here, we all know the popup is a scam, but to the multitude of non-tech people we help, we can only warn them. We endeavor to support valid applications and their purpose, however, at the same time, when something comes along and basically flags a new Windows installation in the manner your app did for Broni's machine, a flag of our own pops up. And yes, the word scam comes to mind, and also scare tactics. In my mind there is not much difference, no, there is no difference in your apps report and the scam AV popups I sometimes see while surfing the web!
Until you fix your app, my opinion of it will not change. However, when you do, you will have my full support, and I would venture to guess, many others here. But be warned, we are very picky!
I understand where you guys are coming from. We certainly need to provide a more concise account of the scan results. As of today, it's in the works and has been entered to the product road-map.
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