The Ultimate Spyware-Adware Remover uses ridiculous false positives. We have tested the program on absolutely clean computer that was never infected with spyware, trojans, viruses or any other malicious parasites. However, the application managed to detect 54 malware components related to 24 different threats. Further analysis revealed that absolutely all detected objects were actually associated with fully legitimate popular software – Microsoft Office, Adobe Reader, Adobe Photoshop, VMWare, mIRC, Oracle. Some of the entries were related to Microsoft Windows 98 SE and Microsoft Windows 2000 operating systems. Several items were parts of the Fallout computer game, the ewido anti-malware program and harmless OpenGL application. Furthermore, The Ultimate Spyware-Adware Remover identified a few essential system components as keylogger files. This clearly shows that the application cannot be trusted. Take a look on the screenshots provided below.
The free version refuses to remove any parasites it finds and asks to register and purchase the full product.
The Ultimate Spyware-Adware Remover is the same application as #1 Spyware Killer, Spyinator, SpyLax, SpyKiller 2005, Max Privacy Protector, SpyFirewall and several other rogues. All these products use the same spyware definitions database and produce similar scan results. Their interfaces resemble the look of the reputable Lavasoft Ad-Aware anti-spyware. The Ultimate Spyware-Adware Remover is a knockoff of Ad-Aware.
The official web site is www.pimasoft.com.
We DO NOT recommend purchasing and using this product.