Another Scam. The visual of a product box is only a cyber image. There is no product details or manufacturer. The seller is a proxy for this imaginary product, which functions only as the scam would have you believe, but although it may show that you have thousands of registry errors, it will only finds those which it determines can only be ignored. Check your computer file logs after the scans, and it will confirm that nothing is fixed. They may promise your money back, but they blocked my email to them, and refused to respond when I filed a claim via Paypal. Paypal will not dispute anything that is not tangible and can not be shipped, so it is futile to try and get your money refunded by your bank or Paypal. I spent two full days cleaning out the malware, and corrupted registry problems after downloading and uninstalling ErrorEND. Yes, even a degreed IT tech can be duped if you believe and trust people to be honest. Good luck.