"We should ask fhiufhyrefyer if he has any updates or anything to add to his excellent post which is now more than a year old."
You may do that if you like, but don't use our forum for the purpose.
"We should create a check list of all potential nuisance files relating to this problem to assist others in removing unwanted software. FE can perhaps set this up and monitor it?"
We will not be doing either of these things, because we aren't in the business of advising people how to circumvent the terms of a legal agreement they may have entered into.
I've made it clear before - I have been advised (by two lawyers) that there is nothing illegal in the terms and conditions of the MBS agreement, and that we would be acting irresponsibly if we actively collaborated with anyone in finding ways to deactivate the software.
Time and again I've reiterated the fact that I find the MBS billing system unpleasant, unduly intrusive, and likely to cause distress and alarm to thos people who may have inadvertantly agreed to the download. I shouldn't have to constantly defend myself against silly personal criticism because I'm acting responsibly and sensibly in this respect.