Amazing. I’m glad somebody does this research because I don’t know too many folks who actually read EULAs on commercial software, much less on malware products. According to Ars Technica, malware developers are now starting to use EULAs (end user license agreements) to try and protect their wares.
So, let’s see. You create an illegal product like a botnet to go and attack other computers and then you put a EULA on it. Hmmm? And get this, the EULA in question actually has a clause that locks the user into purchasing any future new versions. Like the folks who might purchase the thing in the first place would actually pay attention to any of that. Amazing.
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