We have tested Spyware Annihilator on clean uninfected computer. Full system scan was performed. Scan report contained 49 harmful registry entries and one file. All were related to spyware. However, most found registry entries (Spyware Annihilator associates them with Lop spyware) actually are required by Microsoft Windows operating system. They are used to keep essential settings and provide networking and Internet access. Other entries, shown as IEAccess spyware, are also related to generic Windows components and cannot harm the system. Executable dw.exe was detected as malware, although it is significant legitimate part of Microsoft Office. Screenshot provided below proves that Spyware Annihilator uses ridiculous false positives.
Free version refuses to remove any parasites it found. Nevertheless, developers call it trial. The real trial should provide all the functions available in full version, but work only for certain period of time. Tested free version definitely wasn’t a trial. See another screenshot.
Spyware Annihilator doesn’t have any update function and uses outdated spyware definitions database. Its interface is poor and inconvenient.
The official site is solidlabs.com. It uses aggresive, deceptive advertising to trick customers into purchasing the program. We provide a screenshot, which is a clear evidence of this fact.
Spyware Annihilator CANNOT protect your computer. Avoid it.