SpywareCleaner review

by Jake Doevan - - | Type: Corrupt Anti-Spyware

SpywareCleaner uses false positives. The application was tested on clean uninfected computer. Full system scan was performed. The program found 5 malicious objects classified as extreme risks. Four of them were related to unknown spyware and one registry entry was associated with BearShare advertising-supported file sharing program. Analysis showed that all detected objects actually are related to legitimate software. For instance, the updreg.exe file and the corresponding registry entry are installed by Creative sound card drivers. Registry keys {0BE35202-8F91-11CE-9DE3-00AA004BB851} and the mfc42u.dll library associated with them are used by Microsoft Visual C++ development environment. The key recognized as a part of BearShare program actually belongs to harmless peer-to-peer application eMule. BearShare was never installed to our test system. See a screenshot below.

Full system scan takes approximately three minutes. During this period of time Spyware Cleaner manages to check active processes, the Windows registry, web browser cookies, compressed files and the entire file system. Apparently it doesn’t thoroughly examine content of each file and relies only on spyware definitions database.

Free version refuses to remove any malware it found. It asks to register and purchase the full product.

The program is a clone of SpyVest, Spyware Slayer, Spyware Stormer, Spyware Wizard, xSpyware and others. It has similar interface and uses the same spyware definitions database.

SpywareCleaner is related to numerous aggressive advertising issues. A lot of Internet users are still receiving various pop-ups and messages promoting the product. Although we are not sure who actually is responsible for these issues, we suggest avoiding using SpywareCleaner, as there is a very high possibility that the application’s vendor and its affiliates are trying to advertise and sell the application that way.

Web sites associated with Spyware Cleaner are wwwcheckforspyware.com/sc/ and www.myspywarecleaner.com/sc/. Both of them use insecure online purchase pages.

We DO NOT recommend purchasing or using this program.

SpywareCleaner download: not recommended

SpywareCleaner was carefully tested by 2-spyware.com research center. The review is the result of our test. If you know additional information about SpywareCleaner please send us the note
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Compatible with Microsoft Windows Supported versions Compatible with OS X
What to do if failed?
If you failed to remove virus damage using Reimage Intego, submit a question to our support team and provide as much details as possible.
Reimage Intego 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 Intego malware removal tool.
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Jake Doevan
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Jake Doevan is one of News Editors for 2-spyware.com. He graduated from the Washington and Jefferson College , Communication and Journalism studies.

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