Come on folks let’s get real! This is either a hoax or the company (Robin Hood Software Ltd) is incredibly stupid to distribute this kind of information or engage in scare tactics of this nature. Think about it… Companies significantly larger (e.g., Micro$oft, Adobe and the like) with greater wherewithal, influence and much higher rates of pirated software, do not even engage in this sort of tactics. Here’s another thought… Robin Hood’s website <http://www.evidence-eliminator.com/main.shtml> claims that Evidence Eliminator (EE) is “the world’s #1 PC security utility.” Well, if that claim is true, why is there ‘No Evidence’ on the site of other prominent software companies or customers using their software. With the ton of marketing information at their site, don’t you think they would be touting the big customers using their software? Hmmm? Anyway, I have tried the trial version of EE on my Win98 and 2000 boxes and found that this piece of software is not worth its price tag of $149.95. Most notably, I found that it made both of my systems sluggish and my Recycle Bins to respond erratically. My advise is to stay clear of EE and use another less expensive or freeware piece of software. Lastly, if EE is so great as Robin Hood claims, why would they find necessary to devote a webpage <http://www.evidence-eliminator.com/dis-information.shtml?;> to defending attacks against EE or so-called “dis-information” about the product? There you have it… My two cents about this post. Peace!