Yes, I know, funny to ask such a question on BHW, but I believe a number of you are ethical and just don't mind breaking/bending TOS. So, I'm thinking about putting a kill switch into my software. This switch would have 2 powers, activatable by me: 1) Delete the DB connection and all other deletable files, 2) Wipe the whole DB too. Now, these would not be passed via a URL as that would mean any jackass I killed could kill anybody else's script. The kill codes would be hashed in the code so that no one would be able to figure out how to kill everyone else's script even if they hack the IONCube code. I could use these for stolen copies of the script which I find or for jerks that do chargebacks after their copy is permanently licensed. The question: Should I do this? What are your thoughts?