Large Media and Educational Scandal! [27th February 2002] do you recognize these logos? The five companies and institutions shown below are implicated in our latest Media Scandal, involving illegal emails, propaganda, and allegations of sex charges. Click Here For All The Info!
Scandal! [July 2000] do you recognize this logo?
Internet.com's Internet News Bureau (www.newsbureau.com) has drafted a proposal to publicize Evidence Eliminator™ as a tool to assist criminals who knowingly download incriminating material from the Internet. The draft, supposedly to be distributed to 2000 journalists and editors (can you imagine the scandal!), was particularly ridiculous since this is a 5-year established PR company who clearly knew exactly what they were doing. Their services firmly rejected (as if anybody would trust a PR company that made such an outrageous proposal), Internet News Bureau are pushing their luck further - ripping us off for $250 claiming:
Is this tantamount to saying "Only a small portion of your hire car contained a bomb. You will therefore still be charged for it"?
We think Internet.com is in far too public a position to be pulling this kind of stunt on a British privacy company. They are a publicly traded multi-$million company (Nasdaq:INTM) and operate a large network of sites including Boardwatch Magazine, BHS Download Center, and many more. BHS Download Center has been removed from our downloads page as a mark of disgust.
We don't stand for this kind of nonsense and think the public should be aware of the activities of Internet.com. If you think this is just disgusting please feel free to sign-up to their journalists information service. You'll receive a regular listing of their customers press releases. Feel free to press "Reply", email their customers and make certain they are fully aware of who they are doing business with. Ask their customers if they have seen this page!
Here's the URL to sign-up for their customers "press releases": (sign-up as a "Freelance" journalist)
March 2002: Fresh "child porn" allegations on Eric Lee Green's site
Eric Lee Green has a new Hate Site purely for the purpose of distributing defamatory hate speech about Robin Hood Software Ltd.
"Robin Hood Software make a lot
of claims ... Lie: EE will save you if you
Certainly Eric Lee Green is fantasizing - we make no such claim. Only Eric Lee Green's imagination has brought the subjects of children and sex together. The former school-teacher's hate site is also friendly with the alleged Internet child stalker Keith Little (Below) who is already in Court on defamation allegations.
We say that Eric Lee Green has gone too far, that his entire new Domain has only one purpose of "Extreme Hate Material", he is a "Hater", his campaign against Robin Hood Software Ltd. is one of "Extreme Hate Speech" and his actions will violate the terms of any decent ISP.
If like us you think this is absolutely disgusting, please feel free to send your complaints to his ISP firstname.lastname@example.org and tell them exactly what you think about Eric Lee Green's disgusting lies.
June 2000: Partner of US Defense contractor openly attacks EE on newsgroup!
What does Dis-Information look like? Anti-Evidence Eliminator™ Dis-information comes in many variations, including in this case: The spreading of false rumors and stories on discussion forums:
On Jun 2nd 2000 we caught "Eric Lee Green" of EST (www.estinc.com) posting dis-information about us in alt.privacy newsgroup in this article. The company name was used (very clearly, see the article) to make a false accusation that we are spammers. EST's web-site reveals a partnership with Motorola, a major US Government defense contractor. Have they no shame? Their other affiliations include IBM, Sun, and Red Hat Linux.
More shameless dis-information on 26th March 2001: Mr. Green denies the above facts, and he's erected a web-page containing countless further lies about Evidence Eliminator™. He advertises his false page on security newsgroup sci.crypt. It's surely shameful for www.estinc.com that their employee is engaging in such a scandal! The web-page is rather desperate, check it out!
"They obtain false identities
and post under these identities as 'supporters of Evidence Eliminator'
in order to shill their product"
By February 2002, Mr. Green has spat his dummy again - adding a bizarre and rather sad fantasy story entitled "Evidence Eliminator destroys marriage" to his collection of anonymous rants, gay insinuations, and bogus legalese.
Instead of lying, Mr. Green needs to ask himself "Why am I lying about this company, how am I responsible, and how can I make this better?"
This man claims to be an advocate of freedom of speech - but only freedom of speech for himself, not for everyone else. He sent falsified censorship demands to our ISP. Keith Little is alleged to have run a vendetta of dis-information against another software company lockdown2000.com and Keith Little is being sued by that company on allegations of defamation & harassment.
According to respected Internet software manufacturer Lockdown Corporation, Keith Little penned obsessive personal attacks upon the company's staff and children during a two-year stalking episode. Allegedly Keith Little sent harassing email to the President of Lockdown Corporation relating to the President's little daughter. The little girl was only "12 or 13" years old - yet Keith Little allegedly fantasized that the little girl was "married" to a "porn purveyor". Keith Little advertises his "house-call" services in the Lake Chelan area of Washington State.
Now that's what you'd call "NEWS"!
We would like to make it clear that to the best of our knowledge Keith Little is not on any sex offenders register. Questions arise from these serious allegations:
Shouldn't the sender of any such evil, twisted rantings be reported to the police as a suspected stalking psychopath? Would the alleged email harassment if true not constitute an un-natural and disturbing interest in other people's children? If you received an email like that through the Internet from a strange man, wouldn't you be concerned?
At Robin Hood Software Ltd. we are concerned about Keith Little's abuse of the Internet to spew his hateful "material" - both regarding Evidence Eliminator™ and other software manufacturers he is alleged to have previously targeted with hate material.
After Lockdown2000.com instigated legal action against Keith Little, he instead targeted Evidence Eliminator™ with defamation. Regarding the World's #1 PC Security Utility Evidence Eliminator™ which has been featured on countless magazine covers:
"a tool for criminals and porn
addicts to mask their activities on the internet....intended to assist
in the coverup of criminal and/or disreputable acts... The efficacy of
their product is obviously overstated..."
We attempted to reason with Keith Little regarding his many newsgroup posts in which he alleges our advertising mis-describes Evidence Eliminator™. Surprisingly, he says that he's never used our software, and he doesn't even care how good it is. At the end of his sermon, positive feedback is discouraged: "In any case, if you're a happy Evidence Eliminator user, I don't want to hear from you about it". Allegedly he is trying to re-sell software and just wants publicity for his own Website. If you receive any malicious communications from Keith Little please forward them to email@example.com where we are collecting them for possible legal action.
At Robin Hood Software Ltd. we await the outcome of ongoing legal proceedings to determine Keith Little's future. We remain dedicated to protecting and serving the public against Internet threats!
Competitors spew false information
The green-eyed monster of pure, unadulterated envy seems to be in charge at RadSoft.net, one of Mr Green's favorite links. "radsoft.net is an organization of developers, sysadmins, lecturers and IT trainers founded in 1984." - claims RadSoft.net. But the truth is that RadSoft.net is a hate speech outlet, a failed software manufacturer that is jealous.
Their effort at copying our wonderful software:
"is all that the original
Evidence Eliminator is....E3 is in all ways a superior
The advertising is false. It sucks! RadSoft hosts approx 15 pages of anti-Evidence Eliminator™ propaganda. RadSoft's phoney URLs of bogus technical "reviews" and false information are traded on UseNet and seedy chat boards by haters.
General methods of Dis-Information.
False messages have been posted to security newsgroups alt.privacy and alt.security.pgp claiming that our Evidence Eliminator™ software does not work, "phones home" while the user is connected to the Internet, trashes hard disks, sends back data to a secret HQ, etc. All of these rumors are false. You don't have to trust us, you can test our program and prove it yourself.
The E-mailing of bogus bug reports to our associates:
The posting of false web pages on the World Wide Web:
The distribution of forged messages in our company name:
The posting of false reviews on software download sites:
Who is doing this?
Do you wonder who is responsible for spreading these false rumors and who wants to stop you getting the complete protection that Evidence Eliminator™ provides?
Who would want to stop you getting the world's #1 Anti-Forensic hard drive utility, proven to defeat forensic software as used by police and government agencies etc? This Page at the Federation of American Scientists could offer you a hint.
There are, unfortunately, those ineffectual types who have nothing better to do than snoop in your computer. Some resent Evidence Eliminator™ because it gives you complete protection against their investigations.
Evidence Eliminator™ Works!
Will this dis-information campaign destroy Evidence Eliminator™? Of course not! It's just childish behavior. The target of the dis-information is You, the customer. They want to stop You from getting the best protection. Please feel free to correct any dis-information you see or hear about our program!