180solutions, the controversial adware marketer admitted last week that
it was initially unable to identify the rogue affiliate that was
installing its Zango software illegally, and in fact found a pair of
sites adding Zango to PCs without users' consent.
"As it turns out, we didn't get Mr. Edelman's guy on Monday. The
guy we got on Monday, 'Sniper84,' was also installing our software in
the same unauthorized manner," wrote Ken Smith, co-founder and chief
technology officer of Bellevue, Wash.-based 180.
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