I've noticed that when downloading Mint 18.2 ( any version), so far using four different mirrors plus the main source, that a malware trojan is installed. It's the same one that 17.2 had after the Mint hack. To check if it arrives I use etherape installed on, say, PcLinuxOS, or Ubuntu, on a separate system, and watch what the new install does after a fresh install on my target system. In a few mintues some rogue program on the Mint system starts to send udp packets to random addresses just like the 17.2 hack did. I've tested this using 5 different install disks now created from the above sources and the result is the same. None of the other 9 Linux distros I've used here so far have this problem. I have even had to use a firewall between my test system and the rest of the network since this malware snoops through the network also. Has anyone else noticed this and has there been a bug fix I don't know about?