longzheng said:CKurt said:*snip*
The application that does the code injection does not ever need to show a UAC prompt. It does not need to be installed, nor does it need to be elevated to run the code injection.
I've got the picture now. The application does not need to be installed. So indeed this is pretty insafe. They should just change the default to "Always Notify" again, and warn people lowering the slider. It's a simple sollution for Windows 7 RTM and maybe they can fix the architecture for SP1 or Windows 8.