Windows Command Processor. Is it safe?

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Windows Command Processor. Is it safe?

Hey guys,

 

Whenever I try to open Freedome, I get a pop up saying "Admin permissions needed - Freedome needs to restart services that require administrative permissions". I also have 3 choices, "Restart service", "Sender error report" and "Close". 

 

When I click "Restart service", I get another pop up where I have to allow Windows Command Processor to make changes to the computer. Freedome doesn't run without allowing this to happen.

 

A quick Google search on this shows that anything related to this may be malware. I am now skeptical and was wondering if I should be allowing the Windows Command Processor to make changes or not.

 

Thanks

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Re : Windows Command Processor. Is it safe?

Hi,

 

My point of view :

 

If the software has been downloaded from something.f-secure.com, it is safe! Don't worry!

 

If it has been downloaded from other website, avoid it!