SpyPry uses false positives. We have tested the application on clean uninfected computer. Typical system scan was performed. The program found Alexa Toolbar BHO (browser helper object) and a worm. Further analysis showed that objects related to Alexa Toolbar actually are default registry entries of Microsoft Internet Explorer. They keep essential web browser settings. Objects related to a worm actually belong to fully legitimate Adobe Acrobate Reader. See screenshot below.
Tested version of SpyPry doesn’t work as intended. It didn’t complete full system scan and stopped responding. See another screenshot.
Program’s interface is very similar to those found in several other antispyware products. The application uses the same spyware definitions database and produces similar scan results. It is a clone of MySpyFreePC, SpyBlocs, SamuraiSpy, iSpyKiller, etc.
Domains, associated with SpyPry are spypry.com and logiguard.com.
We DO NOT recommend this product.