SpyBeware appears to be a discontinued corrupt anti-spyware program. Its official web site spyblast.com currently is active, but is no longer associated with the product. We couldn’t find any working SpyBeware installation package and therefore didn’t test the application. Nevertheless, it definitely is a rogue spyware remover. 2-spyware.com users sent us several reports stating that the application produces false positives detecting harmless legitimate pieces of software as dangerous parasites.
We have also been informed that the last available free version of SpyBeware refused to remove any critical objects it found and asked to purchase full commercial version. Its update function seemed to be broken, as it never worked properly.
Well-known spyware experts such as Eric L. Howes claim that SpyBeware is a clone of other corrupt spyware removers such as AdDriller, Ad-Where 2005, ETD Security Scanner, AdwareX Eliminator, AdwareSpy and others. The screenshots we saw tell the same. However, we cannot be absolutely sure, as the program was not tested. Most experts believe that SpyBeware uses exactly the same spyware definitions database as rogue products mentioned above.
Although we cannot provide own incontrovertible evidence of SpyBeware corruptness, we DO NOT recommend using this product.