The project consists of a global feedback database and a little piece of client software that seamlessly integrates into the user's operating system. The client software replaces the Microsoft Authenticode security warning window and additionaly adds several shell extensions. When Windows or Internet Explorer warns the user before executing an unknown application, it displays all the feedback contributed by other computer users worldwide, such as ratings, reviews or badware reports, beside the publisher's digital certificate information. The same information is also available under the 'Properties' window for code files.
To learn more you can visit my first blog entry under http://www.averina.com/blog, or to see some screenshots you can check http://www.averina.com/tsp/screenshots.aspx.
Actually this was the first step in the project. Later versions will add features such as dynamic system requirements checks, software rankings, etc."