I don't see where any one is wanting a different/higher standard for OC.
Just more up front about it, that it will connect to the net to get it's .dll and whatever else it gets, during the install of the primary program that you picked.
I'm certainly for
Renegade and more to make money.
He has put the work into the program, and giving it free.
By teaming up with OC, there is some possible income, without too much trouble.
Most of the stuff I've installed has had options for other software.
Check boxes for Google Chrome or Bing's Toolbar, or with Flash and others there is McAfee or something to opt-out of.
The difference is that there is no opt out of OC when installing.
And I think the more upfront OC is, the more it will be accepted.
But that is not the route they are taking yet.
Leaving it to Renegade or other developers to post the fact of OC included.
Like I said before, I don't know enough to judge OC's possible security problems.
But anything that connects to the net, is cause for looking in to what it's doing.
And continuing to monitor any and all changes to what it loads when connected.
This info should be in an easy to understand form, and not have to study OC's entire site.
Yes, this is what it does-as drapps postedhttp://www.opencandy...s-opencandy-collect/
What else is it capable of and info on changes need to be upfront as well.
It is advertisement, so what, we get that all the time. I block all I can while others don't mind.
OC tries to park in my computer, that is different then other advertisement.
So it should be monitored imho. It's not just a cookie Ccleaner can kill.