This is something interesting that happened to me today. Every first and third Saturday of the month, some people in Dallas have an event called the Sidewalk Sale (http://www.sidewalksale.com/). Here people buy and sell computer items. Most vendors get their items from OEM's or surpluses. One particular vendor was selling some software. Normally I wouldn't even care if someone was selling Dell Recovery disks, but a big red "M" caught my eye. Sure enough, in cheap-looking letters, said "Malwarebytes' Malware Remover". I wish I had a picture of it, but it was very obvious in its fakeness. I made a quick drawing in PDN of the basic elements of the design: The cover was most likely burned using Lightscribe and the actual disk said CD-R on the inside circle. (It is worth mentioning that this person was also selling copies of Filezilla, Ubuntu, Windows 7 RC, and various other utilities). As a conscious person, I asked the guy if the version he was selling was free or paid. He replied, "Yes it's free, but not here". Clearly this person isn't a reseller, but a full crook. My question to you guys is: Have you seen anything like this before?