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    This is difficult to get actionable information out of; even the actual report tends to bounce between describing things in percentages versus absolute numbers versus “per endpoint” numbers, which makes it hard to keep track of how they’re comparing.

    It also seems a bit odd that on the Mac side so much of the stuff really seems to be the old “app you legitimately wanted, that also installs a browser extension you don’t want”; while that’s certainly annoying, it doesn’t feel like it really belongs in a comparison alongside, say, self-spreading ransomware.