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I did install this program, Win Toolkit, and it set off my anti virus program, in fact it is preventing me from installing it. does this thing have malware or spyware in it?



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The current version is 1.4.43 and the new beta is v1.4.44.1.

Already answered in the other thread about the installer.

Edited by ianymaty

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