Actually, I've gone off using it now. Some forward testing and a nasty loss on my live account (which my equity manager caught and saved me from suffering further losses), plus a handful of reviews on other websites have shown me that Euro-blaster is NOT an all-round performer. It's only been backtested on 2008, which is only a single year backtest. If you were lucky enought to trade this bot from Jan 2008, you would be loaded by now, but we know that it's not going to happen every year!
A one-year optimized backtest does not mean that the logic of this bot will work as advertised this year!
According to another review, the best thing to do is set up Euroblaster on a $1000 account and let it run agressive for a year. As soon as it clears $1000 profit, withdraw your winnigns, so then you are trading for free, and let it keep on trading. Take whatever winnings you can at the end of the year (if there are any, if it hasn't blown it up) and then run it again on $1000 the next year. One year just like 2008 may show up again and then you'll hit the jackpot - in which case, it'll all have been worth it!