Spy Defence

by Alice Woods - - | Type: Corrupt Anti-Spyware

Spy Defence, also known as SpyDefence, is a corrupt anti-spyware program that uses false positives as goad to purchase.

We have carefully tested this program on absolutely clean computer that was never infected with spyware, adware or any other parasites. However, Spy Defence managed to find 5 malicious files, 2 harmful registry entries and 4 registry keys identified as riskware.

Further analysis revealed that absolutely all detected objects were actually harmless components of installed fully legitimate software including popular security-related applications. For instance, files td.exe, tlink.exe and arj.exe are parts of Assembler Laboratory, an integrated development environment. The ssupdate.exe file is an essential component of SUPERAntiSpyware, a popular spyware remover. Registry keys identified as spyware and riskware are associated with applications like Adobe Photoshop, Prevx1 and Antiy Ghostbusters. See screenshots provided below.

We have also used Spy Defence to scan a badly infected machine in order to find out whether this program is able to find and remove real parasites. Results are disturbing. The so-called spyware remover found only 4 malicious files, 5 registry keys and 40 tracking cookies, while there were hundreds of malware-related objects in the compromised system.

The program refuses to remove any parasites it finds and asks to purchase the full version.

It should be noted that SpyDefence’s update function does not work as intended. It fails to connect to the Internet and download latest updates and causes the program to crash instead. See another screenshot below.

Spy Defence is a clone of Adware Punisher, ADWare Bazooka, Hit Virus, Remedy Antispy, SpyCut, Spy iBlock, SpywareDisinfector, SystemStable and The Spy Guard. All these programs have identical interfaces and consist of terribly similar components.

The application’s official web site is www.spydefence.com.

Spy Defence is definitely unable to protect your system and your privacy. Avoid this product!

Spy Defence download: not recommended

Spy Defence was carefully tested by 2-spyware.com research center. The review is the result of our test. If you know additional information about Spy Defence please send us the note
Advice: If your computer seems sluggish, or you are suffering from unwanted advertisements and redirects to unknown websites, we highly recommend you to scan it with reputable anti-spyware program. Do some FREE scan tests and check the system for unwanted applications that might be responsible for these problems.
We might be affiliated with any product we recommend on the site. Full disclosure in our Agreement of Use. By Downloading any provided Anti-spyware software you agree to our privacy policy and agreement of use.
Compatible with Microsoft Windows Supported versions Compatible with OS X Supported versions
What to do if failed?
If you failed to remove virus damage using Reimage, submit a question to our support team and provide as much details as possible.
Reimage is a recommended tool to scan your system for possible threats and crappy software. The trial version of the product will find harmful applications in your system. Free scanner allows you to check whether your PC is infected or not. If you need to remove malware, you have to purchase the licensed version of Reimage malware removal tool.
More information about this program can be found in Reimage review.

If you decided to select another anti-spyware, uninstall Reimage from your computer.
Alternate Software
Alternate Software
Spy Defence snapshot
Spy Defence snapshotSpy Defence snapshotSpy Defence snapshotSpy Defence snapshot

About the author

Alice Woods
Alice Woods - Likes to teach users about virus prevention

Alice Woods is the News Editor at 2-spyware. She has been sharing her knowledge and research data with 2spyware readers since 2014.

Contact Alice Woods
About the company Esolutions