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analyze software license agreements EULAlyzer helps you to spot important information in the license agreements that come with most software products - the long text that you should read, but rarely do. The program scans the license agreement and looks for certain `interesting` keywords that may indicate information sharing, advertising bundles or other privacy related issue buried in the license agreement. EULAlyzer then produces an itemized report that allows you to take a close look before proceeding with the installation. In order to analyze the license agreement, you can copy/paste it into the program, or use a handy drop target to capture the text from the dialog. An optional Pro version that automates the analysis is available for a charge. Copyright

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Publisher BrightFort (3) Price Free (paid upgrade available)
Version 2.2  history Last updated Jun 01, 2012
File Size 1.65 Mb Requirements None

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Tis good 4 stars by gimpguy Aug 02, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
I have used this in the past and currently but to be honest, most people do not read eulas. While this does flag important statements or words, you cannot rely on this completely and feel safe that what you are reading is fine. This will help pinpoint certain aspects of eulas however, aiding you in case there are any unjust statements involved which is definitely better than reading every line of every eula there is. I think this software is (even more important than what's in a specific eula) is to help get users' attentions to the eulas to begin with and then give an understanding of what MAY be in there. So yes, if you are at all worried that what you are agreeing to may not be what you think, this is definitely the best software to help you and no matter what, I would recommend it. show Review details
Great program. 4 stars by Mike132 Nov 21, 2009 (Read all my 18 reviews)
It simplifies reading all those EULAs. I have used and trusted it for sometime now. I recommend it's use to all. show Review details
Very useful. 5 stars by CarbonDudeoxide Jan 23, 2009 (Read all my 26 reviews)
Very useful in identifying if a program you are about to install has bad intentions or does anything potentially harmful to the computer. Just paste the EULA/License agreement into the program, let it analyze for a second, and it comes back with an assessment. It's free, why not. show Review details
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