I agree. So then the question is, "Is this software needed?" I personally don't see the need. While I understand the reason for the forum policy, the link I provided did not meet the justification for the policy as that policy is described here. My link simply illustrated that it was incorrect to state that only Windows Defender tagged RootIQ as potentially malicious. I was not "praising or bashing" the anti-virus scanner involved. That said, I note in that policy post the following, I agree 100% and is the point I was trying to make. Singling out Windows Defender and criticizing Microsoft for a false positive that was quickly corrected is misjudging the product and serves no real value.