SpyBan appears to be a discontinued corrupt anti-spyware program. Its official domain spyban.net is still active, but is for sale now and no longer associated with the product. We couldn't find any working SpyBan installation packages and therefore were unable to test the application. However, 2-spyware.com users sent us numerous reports complaining that SpyBan uses ridiculous false positives.
Furthermore, according to the official web site of Spybot – Search & Destroy anti-spyware, Spyware Warrior community, Kephyr project and CNET News, it is not only a rogue product, but also an extremely dangerous parasite similar to a trojan. The application secretly installs Look2Me spyware and A Better Internet adware. Both these threats are classified as very harmful, as they spy on a user, serve unsolicited commercial advertisements, change browser settings and setup multiple malicious pests. A Better Internet is also responsible for web browser redirection to risky web sites. Navigate to learn more about Look2Me and A Better Internet.
Reputable spyware experts such as Eric L. Howes claim that SpyBan is a clone of other corrupt spyware removers such as Adware Hitman, SpywareAssasin, SpywareKilla, Spyware C.O.P., TheSpywareKiller and others. It is also believed that SpyBan uses the same spyware definitions database as rogue products mentioned above.
DO NOT install SpyBan!