If you've been to suprnova.org, you might've gotten an ad about a "new" bittorrent 3.3. The file appears to install spyware, so don't install it.
This is the popup ad:
The link is http://www.unifymedia.com/ads/bittorrent-3.3.exe
This file will according to the license install other software, and not just BT:
Now why does suprnova.org accept ads for spyware-infested bittorrent when anyone can download it for free and no ads? Are they that desperate for cash?Unless otherwise noted, all files are released under the MIT
license, exceptions contain licensing information in them.
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