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Oct 26, 2003 4:05 am re: Trial Available for Cyber Scrub & Thougts about Evidence Eliminator
Ken Seefried
[Posted something like this earlier, but apparently didn't take...]

Before I got too interested in Evidence Eliminator (and it's affiliates), one might take a look at how Robin Hood Software conducts business. Their carpet-bomb spamming of Usenet, histrionic and misleading ads and ad homen attacks on detractors should be enough to give pause. I'd usually say do a Google search to validate yourself, but simple searches on EE are completely clogged with ads for the product...you'll have to be more precise.

Also...from a price perspective...they sure are proud of it. One might look at other products, such as BCWipe (among many others), that do essentially the same thing (maybe not as pretty) for significantly less than EE or CyberScrub. Some of them are even free. The technology involved is far from rocket-science.

Disclaimer: Unlike Semmy, I have no interest in any way, shape or form with any of these products. I don't mean to be unpleasant, but nothing screams "questionable ethics" more than "gee, guys, I found this really great product and in my altruism I want to share it with you" and finding out that it's a shill from a reseller. Seems to me that there is a reason that one wouldn't just say "I represent this product, I'm proud of it, and I'd like to sell it to you". That's just me.

Ken Seefried, CISSP

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