Hacked versions of CCleaner full of malware pop up (https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/poisoned-ccleaner-search-results-spread-information-stealing-malware/) at the top of search engine results. Links promoted by black hat optimization lead to sites for downloading a broken installer of popular software. And as a bonus, it comes with a malware that pulls passwords from the victim, credit card data and crypto wallets. The kit also includes a clipper for half a dozen popular crypto addresses and a proxy that forwards traffic from exchanges to attackers. An average of ten thousand potential infections per day, by the way. This is how users greedy for free software run the risk of losing all the money saved on buying it. Which is pretty ironic.