…in their community area. Basically it installs a program when you join up, that you’ve never heard of and you can’t uninstall it easily since it doesn’t even let you know it’s running. The proxy itself actually collects all sorts of data like ALL of your internet traffic, the headers for your email, and your surfing habits. It basically collects way beyond you surfing Sears, and basically acts like any other trojan.
Unfortunate. Sears used to be such a trustworthy company with the catalog and all. Now they’ve fallen to such lengths as to install this type of thing on their customer base?
Another great reason to not be running Windows. It’s a sad day to know how low some corporations will stoop.