Windows firewall has a backdoor?

Thursday, 24 February 2005, 10:58 AM EST

I was just poking around with the Windows Firewall on my system. When I went to look at the exceptions, I was confronted with an entry that I couldn't recognize, rk.exe. Rk.exe was allowed full access to and from my computer. I did a quick search for rk.exe on the internet and came across ProcessLibrary's website which stated the following about rk.exe:

rk.exe is a process that belongs to a software from RelevantKnowledge. The software monitors how you use the Internet as well as displays various surveys in popup windows.

At Habanero Networks.

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