drive-by download
 n.— «In some cases, people are not even asked whether they want the software. It just installs on the hard drive—a particularly troublesome tactic that some have dubbed “drive-by download.”» —“Web surfers brace for pop-up downloads” by Stefanie Olsen CNET Apr. 8, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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