Wondershare could also give information about installing a ”Wondershare Compact Helper.app” into the User directory silently. A app that does nothing for the application (except calling home on computer usage and launching services). If deleted, it will install itself again (the binary is inside the .app bundle). Also, it will install ”MediaKIT” into the User Library silently. That one will be activated when using the ”Download Video” functionality is used and install browser extensions (that are using pretty bad practises). Also it is dynamically linked to the Main binary. So if you remove it or change the permissions, the main app will not launch.
Furthermore, upon start, it will spawn XPC Services (dynamically linked to the Media importer) from within the app bundle that has a rpath vulnerability (and will also fill your console/logs with tons of errors. Most common is: ”wondershare-video*something/XPCWiFi…tried to hijack…<insert some OS X function> ).
Disabling this will also result in that the main app will not launch or will cause a writing so much errors that your computer will get slower and slower.
So. Wondershare. Don't use vunerable Services, don't install stuff in outside the App bundle, specially stuff that is not needed for the main App, or could be an option if user chooses to use Browser extensions or the Media Downloader (however, on most of the blacklists i seen, your browser extensions is blocked or flagged). Also INFORM users that you are installing and launching things that the users don't know about. And how to uninstall them if the user want's to. Using uninstallers would only find some of the stuff. And following the ”directions” for uninstalling on your site is only the half of it. There are lot's of more files around the users library that comes from you. Some will even launch even if your application(s) is removed and sending data back you.