Logitech unifies software, Quicken software and Bookkeeping software to create an all-in-one software that can bypass security settings.
The software is used by DeepFake and other deep-fakes to trick users into opening suspicious files.
The company warns users that the software is not secure and that it could lead to malware being installed on their computers.
Logitech also warns that if the software does not uninstall itself after being run, it could cause other software and programs to be compromised.
It recommends using a trusted antivirus provider such as Avast, Avira or Symantec to manage software and settings.
While many software makers offer tools to remove deep-fake software or its associated code, few offer the level of control over the software as Avira, Symantek or Kaspersky offer, according to an article published by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) in July.
This article was first published on September 25, 2018