porn sites

  reading 20:02 02 Sep 05
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my son has been looking at porn sites and ihave been informed that if i dont use evidance elimnantor i am in very seriose trouble please advise

  GANDALF <|:-)> 20:10 02 Sep 05

Utter rubbish and a con. This is the most insidious form of advertising entrapment. Download CCleaner from click here, use it and it will delete any rubbish, temp files etc. The way EE 'advertises' is a total disgrace. I would also download adaware from click here run it and as CCleaner, delete all it finds. These are both free and I would go easy on your son as it might not be his fault.

G

  GaT7 20:36 02 Sep 05

Not only are their advertising methods a disgrace, it costs the earth & a half too - US$149!!! click here -
are they in their right minds?!

I clicked the Enter Site button (of the above link) & got this:

"Did you know... that the government and police are installing black boxes in ISPs to record your Internet surfing and downloads for evidence?

URGENT NEWSFLASH FRIDAY 02 SEPTEMBER 2005 - YOUR INTERNET TRAFFIC IS BEING ROUTED THROUGH THE BRITISH ISP NTL AND COVENTRY, ENGLAND UNITED KINGDOM - YOU ARE AT VERY HIGH RISK OF INVESTIGATION!"

How sad can one get? G

  GANDALF <|:-)> 21:16 02 Sep 05

click here will give you the real facts about EE...page takes a little time to load but it is well worth it. Personally, I would have the directors of this company publicly rogered at dawn, in front of an invited audience.

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  VoG II 21:30 02 Sep 05

If these are Messenger Service pop-ups click here

  Mr Mistoffelees 21:39 02 Sep 05

"The fact is... your computer is spying on you and is filling up with evidence, only Evidence Eliminator™ can protect and help you. In tests, Evidence Eliminator™ defeats EnCase and other Forensic Analysis equipment as used by investigators, police and government agencies."

Well I'll be damned!

  Longhouse 09:59 03 Sep 05

I haven't looked into the links or advice given by others and have absolutely no doubt the this company is a rogue and that it probably isn't your son.

However, I had a problem with my (21 year old) nephew and my home systems when he stayed with us whilst in limbo between accomodation. I wanted him to have access to the web for job searches and even set up a personal e-mail account for him...but alas I found my trust was being abused.

I used this freeware....

click here

...to prevent him accessing what I considered to be "problem" sites, with some success.

Longhouse

  Forum Editor 10:32 03 Sep 05

every son who looked at porn sites they wouldn't have time to do anything else - everyone's son looks at porn at some point if they're growing up normally.

  €dstowe 10:42 03 Sep 05

I had one of these vicious scare messages appear on a new computer that hadn't even had more than the basic setting up software installed. How it could possibly have had anything that EE could have cleared is impossible to see.

I knew even before then that EE was a scam - this just proved it to me.

  Belatucadrus 11:19 03 Sep 05

click here for a selection of free file shredders, Eraser and Ultrawipe are particularly good and neither will cost you a bean.

  bremner 11:35 03 Sep 05

Your son would only be in potential trouble if he has been looking at Child pornography or pornography involving animals.

Possesion of adult pornography is not an offence in the UK

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