|Rapport does affect different computers in different ways, unfortunately if there's a problem Trusteer always blame the existing software on the computer. I've had instances where Rapport has screwed up a system so badly that a reinstall was the only option. It should uninstall fairly easily from Control Panel, and you can also temporarily stop protection from within the program itself - in both cases you have to complete a captcha. just to prove you are human. I must also add that it does not uninstall completely cleanly, there are at least two dlls that are left afterwards.|
It must be running quite happily on many thousands of computers with little impact on the users, however it does affect a small minority of PCs, sometimes with disastrous consequences. I must admit I haven't come across an instance where Rapport compromises security, it more often does the opposite and locks down the system.
Personally I would never install Rapport on any system simply because I have had bad experiences with it, and it can be problematic if you have more than one bank account which you access from more than one computer. Trusteer do monitor this and other forums for negative comments so they know the problems that the software can cause - I'd love to know how they manage to persuade so many banks to use their software...
"I've always been mad, I know I've been mad, like the most of us..." Pink Floyd