Max Secure Spyware Detector uses false positives. The application was tested on clean uninfected computer. Both full and quick system scans were performed. The program found 4 critical objects related to 3 worms. Analysis showed that registry entry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\Zone Labs Client associated with Chod mass-mailing worm actually is related with fully legitimate ZoneAlarm Pro firewall. Directories C:\Program Files\mIRC, C:\Program Files\eMule and C:\Program Files\eMule\Incoming belong to mIRC chat client and harmless file sharing program eMule. These applications have nothing in common with Serflog worm. See a screenshot below.
Full system scan approximately takes one minute. The program doesn’t thoroughly check the content of each file.
Free version allows to remove parasites only once. After later scans it will refuse to eliminate malware and will ask to register and purchase the full product.
There is a strange mistake in Max Secure Spyware Detector interface. Instead of “Spyware” developers decided to use the word “Worms”. Does this mean that Max Secure Spyware Detector finds only worms?
The official domain is spywaredetector.net.
We DO NOT recommend purchasing or using this program.