Named and hopefully shamed!
I'm sure he's pretty upset, at the very least. I just wonder how much of it was his own idea, and how much of it was supported by management. Knowing the way typical corporations work, he probably said something like this to his manager, "How about we reach out to these online support forums that are recommending Malwarebytes and see if they would also be willing to recommend our software as well." I guarantee that his manager thought it was a great idea, and then probably allowed the guy to implement it how he saw fit.
What they need to understand is that our software became the #1 recommended on support forums for several reasons:
1) We didn't just ask experts what they though. Marcin made an application specifically suited to helping them help users online and in the tech shop, and then we took their suggestions and recommendations and we improved upon our software.
2) We ignore old malware and easy to remove viruses that are removed by most anti-virus software, and we go after the nastiest and hardest to remove malware on the planet.
3) We have the best teams of developers and researchers on the planet. I have never seen people as capable and dedicated as the ones we have on staff. Some of them work 16 hour days, and I would believe that we all work 7 days a week.