Mac, OS X 10.8.5. “A new version of DivX Software is available”. How do I make this stop? Every file on my Mac containing, in name or content, the string “DivX”, has already been deleted. What else needs to die?
Please don’t say “install it again”. The difficulty of removing — comments here confirming same — has eliminated any trust I might have. Re-installing the latest version of this mischief is too dangerous. What file contains the code that this is producing the dialog? What other files must die to cleanse my machine?
And if the software is innocent, have you fired the fool who went to such trouble to make it behave like a nasty?
Another matter for your management to consider. The login page wants scripts to run from twelve different servers, including some with dodgy-looking URLs such as https://dv4uxy777adjt.cloudfront.net
(yes, really). Hopefully it’s part of the look-dodgy-because-that’s-edgy gambit, rather than being actually hostile. Hopefully.
I quote from https://getsatisfaction.com/corp/cust...
> We, customers and companies alike, need to trust the people with whom we do business. Customers expect honest, straightforward interactions where their voices are heard.
In that spirit, what files need to die to purge DivX from my Mac? Please post a list. Being coy — that is, instructing that one dive deeper into the trouble in the hope of getting out — will be seen to be such.