IC Spyware Scanner uses ridiculous false positives. We have tested it on absolutely clean computer. Both standard and additional system scans were performed. Standard scan took only several seconds. During it the program didn’t find any malware. However, additional scan was a way more “successful”. IC Spyware Scanner managed to detect 329 spyware entries. All of them actually were harmless files related to fully legitimate applications. For instance, popular anti-spyware tool HijackThis was detected as unknown hijacker. Various files associated with NVIDIA video card drivers, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Adobe Photoshop, mIRC chat program, Kaspersky Anti-Virus, Microsoft Office, Opera web browser, Winamp media player, Miranda instant messenger, PowerQuest PartitionMagic, VMWare, WinRAR archiver, ZoneLabs ZoneAlarm firewall and many other legitimate products were recognized as different spyware and adware threats. Furthermore, even applied genuine Windows updates and essential operating system components were shown as dangerous parasites. See a screenshot provided below.
IC Spyware Scanner cannot remove any objects it detects. Although it is a freeware program, it was designed only to scan the system, but not to eliminate found threats.
The program comes with outrageous license agreement:
Apparently IC Spyware Scanner may be a spyware itself. See another screenshot.
Domains associated with IC Spyware Scanner are allume.com and alladinsys.com.
AVOID THIS PRODUCT!