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Old 20-09-18, 23:17
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Default WU issue 457 ~ is WiFi Network Monitor 5 dodgy?

I saw this program recommended in issue 457 (page 29) and decided to give it a try as I was using an old free version of a now paid-for program. It works fine and I've had no trouble with it and no security program had flagged it up as being wrong in any way ~ until yesterday when I ran AdwCleaner. This shows that 2 folders and 2 registry entries for this program need to be 'removed'. I think they're most likely to be false positives so I've left things as they are, but I thought you'd.like to know about this.
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Old 22-09-18, 20:07
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Default Re: WU issue 457 ~ is WiFi Network Monitor 5 dodgy?

This program is also recommended in the new CA, issue 537. I've mentioned the difficulty with AdwCleaner only in case you get any complaints from readers of WU. I think WiFi Network Monitor 5 is a very useful program. I like it and I don't intend to get rid of it.
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