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8 | {+</a>&nbsp;/+} <a [-href="/proprietary/proprietary.html">Other examples
| of proprietary malware</a>-]
| {+href="/proprietary/proprietary.html">Malware</a>&nbsp;/ By
| type&nbsp;/+} 
</a>&nbsp;/ <a href="/proprietary/proprietary.html">Malware</a>&nbsp;/ By type&nbsp;/ 
<a href="/proprietary/">Weitere Beispiele proprietärer Schadsoftware</a> 
10 | Nonfree (proprietary) software is very often malware (designed to mistreat
| the user). Nonfree software is controlled by its developers, which puts
| them in a position of power over the users; <a
| href="/philosophy/free-software-even-more-important.html">that is the
| basic injustice</a>. The developers {+and manufacturers+} often exercise
| that power to the detriment of the users they ought to serve. 
Nonfree (proprietary) software is very often malware (designed to mistreat the user). Nonfree software is controlled by its developers, which puts them in a position of power over the users; <a href="/philosophy/free-software-even-more-important.html">that is the basic injustice</a>. The developers and manufacturers often exercise that power to the detriment of the users they ought to serve. 
Unfreie (proprietäre) Software entspricht sehr häufig einem Schadprogramm (entworfen, um <ins>unerwünschte und gegebenenfalls schädliche Funktionen auszuführen,</ins> den Benutzer also schlecht behandeln). Unfreie Software wird von den Entwicklern kontrolliert, welches sie in eine Position der Macht gegenüber den Nutzern versetzt. <a href="/philosophy/free-software-even-more-important">Das ist die grundlegende Ungerechtigkeit!</a> Häufig üben Entwickler diese Macht zum Schaden der Benutzer aus, denen sie eigentlich dienen sollte. 
12 | {+One kind of malicious functionality mediates developer's interference
| into the use of the software.+} This page describes how various
| proprietary programs [-mess up-] {+harass or annoy the user, or cause
| trouble for+} the [-user's system. They-] {+user. These actions+} are
| like [-sabotage,-] {+<a
| href="/proprietary/proprietary-sabotage#about-page">sabotage</a>,+} but
| [-they are not grave enough to qualify for-] the word
| [-&ldquo;sabotage&rdquo;. Nonetheless, they are nasty and wrong.-]
| {+&ldquo;sabotage&rdquo; is too strong for them.+} 
One kind of malicious functionality mediates developer's interference into the use of the software. This page describes how various proprietary programs harass or annoy the user, or cause trouble for the user. These actions are like <a href="/proprietary/proprietary-sabotage#about-page">sabotage</a>, but the word &ldquo;sabotage&rdquo; is too strong for them. 
Diese Seite beschreibt wie verschiedene proprietäre Programme das System des Benutzers verkorksen können. Sie wirken sich zuweilen sogar sabotageähnlich aus, jedoch nicht schwerwiegend genug, um sie mit dem Wort <em>Sabotage</em> zu betiteln. Dennoch sind sie übel und falsch. 
Canon's all-in-one printer, scanner, and fax machine <a href="">will stop you from using any of its features if it's out of ink</a>! Since there's no need for ink to use scan or fax, Canon is sued by its customers for this malicious behavior. The proprietary software installed on Canon machines arbitrarily restricts users from using their device as they wish. 
<a href="">Facebook's nonfree client forces its useds to look at the newsfeed</a>. A used of Facebook developed a browser add-on to make it easier to unfollow everyone and thus make the newsfeed empty. Many of the people used by Facebook loved this, because they regard the newsfeed as a burden that Facebook imposes on them. 
Microsoft is making it harder and harder to <a href="">replace default apps in its Windows</a> operating system and is pressuring users to use its proprietary programs instead. We believe the best approach to this would be replacing Windows with a free (as in freedom) operating system like GNU. We also maintain a <a href="/distros/free-distros.html">list of fully free distributions of GNU</a>. 
<a href="">Google automatically installed an app on many proprietary Android phones</a>. The app might or might not do malicious things but the power Google has over proprietary Android phones is dangerous. 
<a href="">Apple is systematically undermining interoperability</a>. At the hardware level, it does this via nonstandard plugs, buses and networks. At the software level, it does this by not letting the user have any data except within one app. 
<a href="">Ford is planning to force ads on drivers in cars</a>, with the ability for the owner to pay extra to turn them off. The system probably imposes surveillance on drivers too. 
The <a href="">WeddingWire app saves people's wedding photos forever and hands over data to others</a>, giving users no control over their personal information/data. The app also sometimes shows old photos and memories to users, without giving them any control over this either. 
Microsoft is <a href="">forcibly removing the Flash player from computers running Windows 10</a>, using <a href="/proprietary/proprietary-back-doors.html#windows-update">a universal backdoor in Windows</a>. 
The fact that Flash has been <a href="/proprietary/proprietary-back-doors.html#M202012020">disabled by Adobe</a> is no excuse for this abuse of power. The nature of proprietary software, such as Microsoft Windows, gives the developers power to impose their decisions on users. Free software on the other hand empowers users to make their own decisions. 
Microsoft is <a href="">forcing Windows users</a> to <a href="">install upgrades it pushes</a> using <a href="/proprietary/proprietary-back-doors.html#windows-update">its universal back doors</a>. These upgrades can do various harms to users such as restricting computers from some functions and/or forcing users to defenselessly do whatever Microsoft tells them to do. 
Tesla's cars have a <a href="/proprietary/proprietary-back-doors.html#M201709090.1"> universal remote back door</a>. Tesla used it to <a href=""> disable the autopilot features</a> on people's cars to make them pay extra for re-enabling the features. 
Riot Games' new anti-cheat is malware; <a href="">runs on system boot at kernel level</a> on Windows. It is insecure software that increases the attack surface of the operating system. 
Some security breakers (wrongly referred in this article as <a href="/philosophy/words-to-avoid.html#Hacker">&ldquo;hackers&rdquo;</a>) managed to interfere the Amazon Ring proprietary system, and <a href="">access its camera, speakers and microphones</a>. 
Apple is putting DRM on iPhone batteries, and the system proprietary software <a href="">turns off certain features when batteries are replaced other than by Apple.</a> 
Google is modifying Chromium so that <a href=""> extensions won't be able to alter or block whatever the page contains</a>. Users could conceivably reverse the change in a fork of Chromium, but surely Chrome (nonfree) will have the same change, and users can't fix it there. 
Samsung phones come preloaded with <a href=""> a version of the Facebook app that can't be deleted</a>. <a href=""> Facebook claims this is a stub</a> which doesn't do anything, but we have to take their word for it, and there is the permanent risk that the app will be activated by an automatic update. 
Preloading crapware along with a nonfree operating system is common practice, but by making the crapware undeletable, Facebook and Samsung (<a class="not-a-duplicate" href="">among others</a>) are going one step further in their hijacking of users' devices. 
One version of Windows 10 <a href=""> harangues users if they try to install Firefox (or Chrome)</a>. 
A nonfree video game, available through the nonfree Steam client, <a href=""> included a &ldquo;miner&rdquo;</a>, i.e. an executable that hijacks the CPU in users' computers to mine a cryptocurrency. 
A cracker used an exploit in outdated software to <a href=""> inject a &ldquo;miner&rdquo; in web pages</a> served to visitors. This type of malware hijacks the computer's processor to mine a cryptocurrency. 
<small>(Note that the article refers to the infected software as &ldquo;content management system&rdquo;. A better term would be &ldquo;<a href="/philosophy/words-to-avoid.html#Content">website revision system</a>&rdquo;.)</small> 
Since the miner was a nonfree JavaScript program, visitors wouldn't have been affected if they had used <a href="/software/librejs/index.html">LibreJS</a>. Some browser extensions that <a href=""> specifically block JavaScript miners</a> are also available. 
Learn how <a href=""> gratis-to-play-and-not-win-much games manipulate their useds psychologically</a>. 
The Microsoft Telemetry Compatibility service <a href=""> drastically reduces the performances of machines running Windows&nbsp;10</a>, and can't be disabled easily. 
After <a href="/proprietary/malware-microsoft.html#windows10-forcing">forcing the download of Windows 10</a> on computers that were running Windows 7 and 8, Microsoft <a href=""> repeatedly switched on a flag that urged users to &ldquo;upgrade&rdquo; to Windows 10</a> when they had turned it off, in the hope that some day they would fail to say no. To do this, Microsoft used <a href=""> malware techniques</a>. 
Microsoft has made companies' Windows machines managed by the company's sysadmins <a href="">harangue users to complain to the sysadmins about not &ldquo;upgrading&rdquo; to Windows 10</a>. 
Auf vielen Unternehmens-Rechnern, bei denen System-Administratoren das System betreuen, erscheint nun ein neues Fenster, dass <a href="//" title="Microsoft is telling users that their admins are somehow guilty of blocking upgrades to their PCs, InfoWorld 2016.">eine „Verbesserung“ des Betriebssystems auf Windows 10 deaktiviert und Benutzer ihren System-Administrator danach fragen sollen</a>. 
A pacemaker running proprietary code <a href="">was misconfigured and could have killed the implanted person</a>. In order to find out what was wrong and get it fixed, the person needed to break into the remote device that sets parameters in the pacemaker (possibly infringing upon manufacturer's rights under the DMCA). If this system had run free software, it could have been fixed much sooner. 
Microsoft has <a href="">desupported all future Intel CPUs for Windows 7 and 8</a>. Those machines will be stuck with the nastier Windows 10. <a href=""> AMD and Qualcomm CPUs, too</a>. 
Microsoft hat die <a href="//" title="Microsoft says new processors will only work with Windows 10, The Verge 2016.">Unterstützung aller künftigen Intel-Prozessoren für Windows 7 und 8 eingestellt</a>. Diese Rechner werden mit dem üblen Windows 10 ausgeliefert. <a href="//" title="Jamie Condliffe, Windows 10 Will Be the Only Microsoft OS You Can Run on Some Future CPUs, GIZMODO 2016">AMD- und Qualcomm-Prozessoren sind ebenso betroffen</a>. 
Adobe nonfree software may halt all other work and freeze a computer <a href=""> to perform a license check</a>, at a random time every 30 days. 
Adobes unfreie Software kann alle aktiven Prozesse eines Rechners anhalten und diesen sogar einfrieren, um, alle 30 Tage zu einer zufälligen Uhrzeit, eine <a href="//">Lizenzüberprüfung durchzuführen</a>. 
Oracle made a deal with Yahoo; Oracle's nonfree Java plug-in will <a href=""> change the user's initial web page, and default search engine, to Yahoo</a> unless the user intervenes to stop it. 
Yahoo unterzeichnete Deal mit Oracle: das unfreies Java-Plug-in von <a href="//" title="Yahoo Signs Deal With Oracle To Attract New Users Via Java Installs, Search Engine Land 2015.">Oracle setzt die Startseite und die Standardsuchmaschine des Benutzers auf Yahoo</a>, sofern der Nutzer nicht eingreift, um dies zu unterbinden.<a href="#tn01" id="tn01-ref" class="transnote">[1]</a> 
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