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  • 5.0 stars

    "dont listen to av companies"

    November 19, 2012  |   By stewievader


    this a great proxy tool,small yet powerful


    anything you hear from an antivirus company about it being a trojan / unsafe site is just false


    anti-virus companies are paid to identify software such as this as unsafe or a trojan, because it circumvents security measures put in place by government or business's.

    due to the standardized definition of a trojan,'a program that looks legitimate but makes UNWANTED changes to a computer', gov/business's can say that the program is making unwanted changes so it should be classified as a Trojan

    a good example of this being legitimate piracy tools

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