I was not going to return to this matter, but I dislike anything I have published being left in a misinterpreted state. Pepa Kokes, Fine, if the alert window satisfies anti-malware so be it. This issue is not the existence or presence of the alert (semi-transparent) frame (previously described as a window for convenience). The issue, at least for me, is the very poorly coded implementation. Having created similar frames in commercial software I have worked on in the past, I can categorically state that allowing the frame to be repositioned, say in the 6 point positions you suggest, would have no negative impact on the so called "click through" function. Of necessity software has to monitor any object (window, dialog, frame, etc.) it creates within the operating system's display canvas. The software with this single position frame is already being monitored and it's "Last Recorded" position is retained. Here is is a "quick and dirty" demonstration of this fact: The host is on a Win 10 laptop and the viewer is on a Win 10 desktop. The laptop display was first rotated 270° and then back to normal. The capture taken from the viewer shows the frame is no longer in it's original "Locked" position and the click through remains fully functional.
Sorry to put it so bluntly, but as a recently retired professional programmer with 30+ years experience, the excuse being given is illogical. Having the alert window in a fixed position, or any other position within the visible window has ZERO impact (good or bad) on the software's security. If your developers genuinely believe having this alert window in a fixed position within the visible window provides any trivial degree of security, I would strongly advise any of your current or potential paying business customers to seriously reconsider their choice. I will now unsubscribe and move on to to an alternative service.
That is a real shame. The security aspect of the alert windows is understandable, but it's position makes the free edition almost unusable. Surely it is not beyond the developers wit and competence to make the window position user selectable.