what is for ?
I see a folder with a executable
Excuse my language. I'm from Canary Islands
These files are only used durring installation and deinstallation. Check their website http://www.opencandy.com/ if you wan't to know more about OpenCandy
thank very much Glenn Van Loon
"A) Operating system version and language, country location of the computer running the installer, and the language of the developer’s software installer
B) That the developer’s installer was initiated, and whether it was completed or canceled
C) Whether or not each potential recommendation was or wasn’t valid for a computer
D) Whether a recommendation was made and if so, whether it was accepted or declined
E) If a recommendation was accepted, whether the recommended software’s installer has been downloaded and installed
F) Whether the recommended software’s installer was initiated, and, if so, whether it was completed or canceled.".
Which leaves me to assume that point 'C' is the refrence, albeit vague, to their inventorying what software I have installed.
Their FAQ also details which registry keys they install, which may be manually removed following the installation sequence.
Being that this is a GPL'd application can we repackage this to not include the OpenCandy component(s), such that our software environments, which may or may not include sensitive IP, is not forwarded to the OpenCandy, Inc. database?
And so that it becomes unnecessary to manually remove OpenCandy registry keys from every machine it's installed to?
If you say so. Thanks for making us aware of the switch.
I'm not sure if it's worth taking the time to do so, although I am glad to hear it is possible to rebuild and do without.
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