Yet another instance of misleading advertising by SparkTrust was found a few minutes ago, this time via Google Adwords (surprise surprise).
And the site you're pointed to, also fails miserably, to notify you that the program is NOT free, that you HAVE TO PAY FOR IT, before it'll actually do anything other than scan.
You'd have thought these companies would've learnt by now, but sadly not, and I doubt they'll change as long as there's money to be made from vulnerable and gullible victims.
IAC Toolbars and Traffic Arbitrage in 2013
Misleading Advertising: SparkTrust has a go
Malwarebytes Unpacked: Misleading advertising
Comodo replace malware with err - malware?
Twitter spam: IAC WebFetti
IAC: Still not stopping "rogue affiliates"
Mindspark/IAC: Misleading marketing (again)
Misleading marketing: Fake IM advert - Déjà Vu
IAC/MindSpark: Scamming with a twist
Symantec - we knew they weren't trustworthy, but this is a new low