This is an old page. Current and all recent releases of GetRight do not contain any sort of Radiate or Conducent or other advertising systems. And haven't for years.
In much earlier versions, GetRight did show banner ads during the evaluation time when people were trying the software before buying it.
GetRight 4.3 (released Sept 13, 2000) and higher no longer used Radiate/Aureate and for a time used the Conducent advertising system (but Conducent is now out of business; and Radiate is as well.)
At about this time we also made an ad-file-remover to get rid of the advertising files.
A later 4.3 release (rebuilt April 19, 2001) and the release of 4.5 did not include any third party banner advertising DLLs. If GetRight showed any ads, it used an embedded Internet Explorer control--this worked exactly the same as ads on a web page.
GetRight 4.5 (July 9, 2001) allowed you to choose "Shareware" mode so no ads are shown at all--and Shareware was the default. So unless you wanted to see the ads and choose to, most people stopped seeing any ads from GetRight about this time.
GetRight 4.5a (released Oct 1, 2001): The release of GetRight 4.5a and all later versions no longer even had a choice for seeing ads anymore. Just "Shareware".
GetRight 4.5e (November 4, 2002): The optional choice for Gator software in the installer for GetRight has been completely removed from GetRight's installer. Not there at all anymore.
So, current and all recent releases of GetRight do not contain any sort of Radiate or Conducent or other advertising systems. And haven't for years.