As Mac OS 6.8 unzip utility wouldn't open a password protected file, also couldn't get Terminal to unzip it, I searched for a utility that could open the document. I found Zipeg program, which did in fact unzip the file. But when I tried to quit the Zipeg program it opened Safari and accessed this url.
I thought this strange, and wondered if the program was calling home, perhaps confirming installation on my Mac.
I had done a scan with ClamXav prior to running the program. and found no issues.
For safety I did a system search and found then deleted files in the User Home preferences, Cashe. and Zipeg.plist with the name Zopeg
Has anyone had experience with this utility and if so any idea if any files could still be remaining on the system with different naming?
Would be welcome any ideas.
Get Little Snitch, which will stop this kind of thing dead in its tracks. Worth every penny it costs. I think there is still a free demo version. I wouldn't run a Mac without it.