Tried a one-month license for home AV Cylance (now cancelled), and was surprised of the following: 1. User dashboard on the OS is 2" x 4" popup from the taskbar (only). Cannot select folders or .exe's for exceptions. 2. Online cloud-based dashboard contains list of files scanned on my system, and any threats/vulnerabilities that were found. 3. I noticed my MAC address and a lot of other information specific to my machine in my user profile. Has anyone thought about the headline: "Cylance keeps a database of all of its users MAC addresses, threat vulnerabilities, and scanned files -- so if you hack their database, you can learn of compromised systems to exploit" Is it me, or is Cylance doing something out of the 90's, where a coder thinks it's cool to have a lot of user information in their company database? It's no guess that Cylance does not pass GDPR, since it takes a lot of user's system information without permission.