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I just found this directory in the search path of k3b. (Just k3b - it is not on my $PATH). Never found it before, and the directory /opt/schily/bin does not exist on my system (not even when I search from Mac OS). Googling /opt/schily/bin gives a lot of results, most of them old, so it seems to be (or to have been) a legal directory. What is suspicious that nobody seems to have asked about it, and that I cannot find it. Needless to say, rkhunter and chrootkit show nothing except a warning about unhide.rb and a process warning /usr/bin/X which I take to be false positives.
Distribution: openSuSE 42.1_64-KDE, Ubuntu 14.04, Mint 17.2
It is either a remnant from the time Schily maintained "cdrecord" (google for "Jörg Schilling" (that's Joerg Schilling ), or for "wodim", fork of "cdrecord") or it is a pun of the current maintainers. License disagreements become sometimes heated and so I doubt that it is somthing to be worried about.