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Please take EE off your list. The product is good. Just because you don't like their advertisement policy is no reason for a false positive.

I am taking your program off instead, and will use SAS instead, at least I wont have to go down the list and waste time saying to ignore almost a hundred entries entries.


Stick to the facts, real MALWARE! Not what you think is bad!

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if you are referring to Evidence Eliminator that program has long been considered a very overhyped / rogue piece of software.

A Google session on that program will reveal much discontent with that program.

One reference for you is http://www.radsoft.net/rants/20060509,00.shtml

Read the follow-up links at the bottom of that article as well. Very educative and technically literate series of articles about that piece of rubbish.

Marketing with a heavy sense of fear-inducing threats of what might happen if one's dark and dirty secrets were ever revealed in order to bump the price up to a ridiculous level is not the way to build the reputation of any legitimate "forensic software-defeating program". This is a short step away from demanding money with menaces and that, by the way, is a criminal offence. A company which operates in the grey corridor of legality and with a peculiar sense of business ethics is not one I would want to buy anything from ever again.

I've used that software a long time ago; it did not do anything like all that its makers claimed it did. What it did do could easily be done manually by anybody with a modicum of knowledge and pretty basic technical ability. On the other hand removing the mess of numerous entries it left in my registry was a nightmare leading eventually to a total reinstallation.

I'd advise anybody contemplating buying that product to give it a very wide berth; you'd be wasting your money far better spent elsewhere.

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These are the victims of the EE malware .

R0 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Start Page = res://C:\WINDOWS\system32\shdocpl.dll/security.htm#subID=MPV;401

R0 - HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Search,SearchAssistant = res://shdocpl.dll/asst.htm

This is the EE hijack that installed through exploits .

Would you be willing to install THEIR trojan ? . If you are not willing to install THEIR trojan , why are you willing to install THEIR software ?

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