As I posted in response to another copy of this:
Certainly we have seen many previous posts reporting that to remove DRM from ebooks is illegal. That question is up to the individual.
The more important issue, IMO, is that we are being asked to install software, from an unknown source, produced by someone who cannot even compose grammatical English, posted on an anonymously registered godaddy website, whose ownership is deliberately unavailable. The website does not even have an "About us" page to hint at who these people are..
History tells me that this is a bad idea. Very bad idea.
The problem is that we don't own ebooks...........................even though we pay for them!
sometimes we should like to share ebooks with family or good friends.
also ,we may lending books to our friends.
but how to share or lend nook books ?
there is a usefull guide,enjoy!!
If they are family or good friends, you can share eBooks without going through all of this. You simply sideload the book and the first time you try and open it, it will ask for the name on your BN account and your cc number. Input that into the Nook and the book will and so will any others you purchased with the same credit card. See this link for a more detailed how to.
Meant to add, I agree, I'd wouldn't install any software from and unknown site.
I have a more intuitive and easier way to solve this problem: this is what I usually do tho solve this problem, so just recommend it to all of you!
enjoy reading these nice nook books anytime!
Why on earth would you pay $27? The tools to do this are free.