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SUPERAntiSpyware Review - Is SUPERAntiSpyware a Scam? Shocking Review!

SuperAntiSpyware Review

If you use a computer connected to the internet, then you probably know just how annoying spyware can become.

Not only do they slow down your computer and throw annoying popups, they also transmit your private data such as your browsing habits.

If you are one of those who have wanted to rid your computer of spyware, but have found it tough to find a good spyware killer, then you have come to the right place.

Superantispyware is one of the best spyware killers available out there in the market. If you have tried any spyware killer software, you would have found them highly ineffective.

Most of the spyware killers simply remove the most obvious and easy to remove spyware. Others are even worse and may actually be spyware themselves!

However, Superantispyware is different from all the other spyware killer software in that it manages to remove not only the most obvious or easy to remove spyware but also just about any spyware.

These days, spyware technology keeps changing on a daily basis and hence most spyware programs become ineffective a few months after you buy them. However, Superantispyware has special diagnostic filters which help it to detect these modified forms of spyware and remove them completely.

Superantispyware features a lot of special features which give it an edge over other spyware killers.

These features include scanning of all memory elements on your computer including removable drives and discs.

What’s more, you can even choose from three different modes of scanning such as quick, complete and custom which enable you to completely clean up your computer.

Unlike other spyware killers, Superantispyware detects not only spyware but also Adware, Malware, Trojans, Dialers, Worms, KeyLoggers, HiJackers and many other types of threats.


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What makes it even better is that Superantispyware is fully capable of removing all the threats it detects.

You can customize a lot of aspects of Superantispyware. If you are sure that a certain part of your hard disc or a particular folder is definitely free from spyware, then you can add it to the trusted items list.

Once this is done Superantispyware will no longer check within those folders, so your scan will be performed much quicker.

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Superantispyware goes a step ahead of other spyware killers with its “Repair broken item” option. Using this, you can repair almost anything that has been broken by spyware such as your internet connections, registry editing and desktop environments. In order to keep Superantispyware always ahead of spyware, Superantispyware has various spyware definition updates as well as software updates.

Also, with Superantispyware installed, you get real-time protection. When Superantispyware is running, it can detect any kind of hidden install which is trying to install spyware or adware onto your system. It can then completely block the install, thereby defending your computer from the harmful effects of spyware.

superantispyware review

So how does Superantispyware feature against other spyware killers? Well, to put it simply users have reported an astounding degree of satisfaction with Superantispyware, as compared t their previous spyware killer. Superantispyware is also much lighter and does not consume as much system resources as other established spyware killers do. So once you install Superantispyware, you are guaranteed peace of mind and a spyware free computer!

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Free Ccleaner works faster and better than superantispyware.
Louis , November 18, 2015
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I have superantispyware with no problems---just like others posted, anybody complaining must have downloaded from a fake site.

Even on c/net, to the right is a box that states: "3 steps for faster install and scans", which i was dumb enough to click...but in smaller lettering it states it's for RegClean Pro.

Some people, including myself, just have to slow down and see just exactly what they are downloading.
sakara , December 07, 2011
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We shall see. I distrust spyware programs as they have the capability of infecting your computer easily if they aren't from a reputable source. Determining if a product is a scam requires careful review.
El Skeptic , June 22, 2011
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The person that wrote : "I have tried SAS,and for me is the best out there.I even unistalled my antivirus and using SAS with real time protection mode".... Spyware / Malware are not the same as viruses and in some cases operate in very different ways, the product mentioned here should work along side other security measures in place on your home computer.
Word Of Caution , May 19, 2011
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I have been in the computer business for more years than I care to remember, and most of the work nowadays involves removing scurrilous software of all varieties and also running maintenance on the WINDOWS OS, which is not at all self-maintaining (something that most users are unaware of). The first thing I do with a fresh job is to install the AVAST free version and run a boot-time scan as soon as it's finished installing. This serves to clean out viruses, which must be done BEFORE running SUPERantiSpyware. Some of the commenters who had unsatisfactory results were trying to use SAS to do a job it was not designed to do - completely clean the hard disk using only one program -with the obvious unsatisfactory results.
Another land mine one of them apparently ran into (the one with the corrupted NTFS file system) was the presence of a rootkit virus, possibly "Alureon" (aka "TDSS") which is almost impossible to remove unless you use Kaspersky's TDSS Killer removal program (also free). This rootkit is a really nasty one and will persist and reappear even after you think you're rid of it and will create many of the symptoms some of your commenters cited. SAS will not remove it; even AVAST and AVG (to my knowledge) will not; you must use Kaspersky, and be sure to read the instructions carefully because you have to rename the Kaspersky program to another filename as instructed or the rootkit will block it also.
I always install SAS next, AFTER cleaning viruses, then run an update and then a full scan to eliminate spyware. It works very well and does even catch some Trojans that may have been missed, although I don't expect it to do that. I then install Spybot S&D (also free), update, and run a scan with it, because it looks more thoroughly at the registry. I also use its advanced mode tools to check out BHOs and ActiveX programs, and have found on many occasions that's the only way to catch some of the bad critters hiding out there. Spybot takes some practice and experience and is slower than most others, but it lets you find stuff many others ignore. Then (or better before all of the above) I download a small program called "Cleanou!" which eliminates all kinds of useless files, in particular Temporary Internet Files which are very often hiding Trojans. People who use the internet a lot will accumulate thousands of this crap without even knowing it (I have found as many as 28000 on teenager's PCs).
After all the cleanout I use a Disk Fixer (WINDOWS chkdsk is excellent although it requires a reboot) and a registry cleaner (I still use the old year-2000 version of FIXIT, although there is a current paid version available.) Last I defrag the hard disk, TWICE. WINDOWS defragger works well. Glary Utilities (free) has a whole suite of these utilities which if used regularly will keep the PC running at top speed.
MALWAREBYTES is also one of my favorites so I often use it after all the others just as a double check. It is probably the most highly recommended among computer pros on the web.
This entire procedure, if performed on an older PC that hasn't been serviced regularly can take up to 10 hours running time and many reboots. If the AVAST, Superantispyware and "Cleanup!" scans are performed regularly there shouldn't be any major problems thenceforth. But don't let the ads fool you: it ain't quick and easy.
Alex Pasztor , May 05, 2011
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SuperAntiSpyware is an amazing program. It is completely free. If they are asking for money, you are dealing with the wrong people! You should go to a site like download.com so you are sure you are not downloading a fake.
As for not removing everything, that is true of all antivirus and antispyware programs. Don't lose trust in the program because it didn't clean everything. I use malwarebytes with this, and they both catch different things. You can't expect a software company to catch every little virus and malware out there when 1,000's of new ones are coming out every day. You need to use common sense and protection.
My suggestion is to make sure your run a antivirus program, something like AVG, Avira, Microsoft Security or something like that to proactively protect you. Make sure you have it set up right so that it updates the definitions automaticially. You are only as protected as your latest updates will allow you to be.
Make sure you use your firewall.
Lastly use superantispyware, or malwarebytes as needed to make sure nothing got past your main security.
Mike , April 25, 2011
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I've been using SAS since it first came out and am completely happy with it. The most important things that have to be done with this program on a regular basis (free version) is to make sure you update the program and the definitions. This has to be done every time before you scan (takes only a few minutes). That is the only way to make sure that SAS can catch every monster on your system. I've learned the hard way and continued to use SAS without updating it and it couldn't catch what it hadn't been updated to recognize. Hands down, this is one of the best antispyware programs out there. I also use Malawarebytes and while SAS will catch up to 60 threats, Malaware won't catch one. Really amazing difference.

I use AVAST free edition which gives free real time anti-virus protection - again excellent, and once a month do a Windows online safety scan. That catches alot of potential threats and cleans up my registry and defragments my hard drive. Using this sequence I've had no major problems for years now.
Mandy , March 09, 2011
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I installed a free professional version of SAS. It scanned and removed certain cookies. The next day it showed that it has expired. How can trial version expires in 1 day. Also during installation, there was a check box where it said that the software will scan the system for unwanted s/w. I allowed that, though i somehow feel, my user data may have been tracked through this option. After unstalling SAS, suddenly my Quick heal antivirus is showing out of date, although the latest the virus date is updated. After restarting the computer, Quick Heal became ok. However yesterday again it happened. I suspect this SAS is infecting the PC rather than cleaning...Did anyone face the same problem...what is the solution now? I am afraid to do internet transactions now!
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Jeet, SAS would not infect your PC with malware.
I would suggest you follow the steps on this page to clean and keep your pc spyware free http://www.supportcave.com/spy...moval.html
Jeet , March 04, 2011
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The Super anti spyware "anti virus" actually caused corruption and a boot sector virus stopped my system cold, making it un-bootable. Had to run WINXP recovery console a number of times. Used freeware AVG anti-virus and it found Win32:RootKit-gen in WINDOWS/TEMP directory.
Win32/Adware.SpywareProtect2009 was found too, along with tracking cookies and 1 Adware Zango entry, an unwanted program. Don't load this software, it is trouble. The Backslash character won't display in this comment box, that's why WINDOWS string is wrong.

--- Again, Jaack, millions use Superantispyware with not issues.

The real issue was your pc was infected.

I hope you get this cleaned up.

I would suggest your follow this link http://www.supportcave.com/spy...moval.html and us this to cleanup your pc.
Jaack , February 25, 2011
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Tried this software and then got a boot sector virus! Had to keep running Windows Install/ Recovery Disc and run recovery.Chkdsk showed c: partition as Unknown partition type same as Diskpart shows invalid partition. FIXBOOT showed corrupt bootsector and FIXMBR said MBR was invalid. After exiting and starting Windows started normally. BUT when system was shutdown normally and started again same corruption returned. Super anti spyware didn't find any errors.

Programs placed in registry with strange names i.e. Key name RZACAXIKU and executes rundll32.exe "C:Windowsevatazetifigor.dll" startup
Key name cabfine70mps.exe and placed this PROGRAM into C:Documents and SettingsuseridApplication DataBBFC53869DE3A13449638A1E2D696A5Fcabfine70mps.exe
Key name fwataqiqamala and performs rundll32.exe "C:Windowsmprewif.dll",startup

Ran AVG antivirus(freeware) and found 2 programs marked Trojan SHeur3.BMYL and 1 marked SHeur3.BOTW and Trojan Generic21.HHJ and Virus Win32/Cryptor and 9 programs & dll w/Adware Zango

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Jaack, if you download SAS for a legit site,it will not give you a virus, a virus could corrupt the installer file.
I would suggest your follow this link http://www.supportcave.com/spy...moval.html and us this to cleanup your pc.
Jaack , February 25, 2011 | url
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SuperAntiSpyware or the scam under its name has caused me Enormous problems. NTFS.SYS was causing BSOD stop 0X00000050 non_paged... Then the boot sector was corrupted. Booting again gave message Error loading Operating system means code found in boot sector was corrupted. It said it didn't recognize what FS was there! WINXP recovery console chkdsk said that the partition has an uncorrectable error. Couldn't proceed from there!Had to do fixboot from recovery console and fixmbr to get a WINXP splash screen.

Re-Booting with LINUX rescue disc,Linux(ntfs-3g) didn't recognize NTFS in the boot partition{SDA2}. GPARTED wouldn't recognize NTFS either.
Hard drive crashed twice & SPywareBlaster showed the process with virus[Trojan Horse SHeub,BMYL] as C:Program filesSuperAntiSpywareSuperAntiSpyware.exe.

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Jaack, ive been using SuperAntiSpyware for several years. Its not a virus, i suspect you must have a nasty virus.
I would suggest your follow this link http://www.supportcave.com/spy...moval.html and us this to cleanup your pc.
Jaack , February 21, 2011
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I really love this product think it works great a recommend it to all my friends.. GREAT PRODUCT!!
Heather , February 17, 2011
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i've been using the free version for a while, but now my computer has a mean case of browser redirect that SAS can't seem to get rid of.
I've been doing back to back scans with SAS and it always seems to leave something behind. Also, quarantined items never get deleted after reboot. I'm looking for something else.

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Sorry you had problems with Superantispyware, its one of the main programs I use to clean up my clients pc, along with Microsoft Security Essentials( http://www.supportcave.com/spy...tials.html ), Hijackthis ( http://www.supportcave.com/spyware/hijackthis.html ) and MalwareByes ( http://www.supportcave.com/spy...bytes.html )
not too happy , February 07, 2011
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Well I was mis sold this programme about 6 months ago, which is impossible to uninstall and requests you to pay more for an upgrade to fix anything. The company also took payment over the phone after an Indian man convinced my wife that the computer was severely infected by viruses and spyware. (Foolish i know)

On speaking to someone at Virgin this week they confirmed that this was a known scam and to remove the programme at once for which i need to pay a technician to do! The company is based in India so there is little that you can do about it after its installed - contact your credit card company to initiate a chargeback!

DO NOT INSTALL THIS PROGRAMME

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Hi im sorry you had some many issues, but this was NOT superantispyware , you were sold some rouge program.

Superantispyware is based in the US see http://www.superantispyware.com/contact.html

Here is an example of someone else who got scammed, again not superantispyware
http://au.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100721210201AAiML3J
Mr Smith , February 07, 2011
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The people giving SAS a bad review may be novice users who have other computer issues that they are relating to SAS. I have been using SAS for several years without incident. I manage the IT departments for 6 companies, and can say that this is one of the best programs of its kind. I am very critical of anti-malware programs, because my corporate users and clients expect me to install solid software. 1.) SAS's Free version is FREE 2.) Very little resources are used (unless actively scanning). This is common with almost all programs of this type. 3.) SAS uses so few resources that it works great in conjuntion with other low resource Anti-Virus programs. So, don't let a few negative reviews keep you away from using a great program. Try it for yourself, and I think you will be impressed. Try it when you have an issue, and you will be even more impressed with the actual overall results.
Charles L. , February 03, 2011
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I don't think the poster who wrote:
" "Incredible junk! The "free download" not only slowed my system to a crawl but identified 2 trojans ... did not fix anything!!! To fix them I had to purchase a $40 program. Does that sound like free? I decided not to purchase and now my system will not boot! I am writing this on a friends computer trying to figure out how to get my system booted and get rid of this POS Superantispyware. Lets see if this review gets posted -" "

actually used SAS at all, the genuine SAS does NOT ask you to purchase it to clean anything it finds.
Too bad folks like this post such negative reviews about an excellent product that they didn't even use. (most likely it was a similar sounding program name and that poster should install the genuine (free) SAS and MBAM to clean his system.
SAS uses very little memory and only slows down the PC while it is actively scanning, which should be done without running any other programs or while it is updating.
I think it is a super program, but no anti-malware program will catch it all.SAS does an amazing job.
I believe that the free MBAM (MalwareBytes AntiMalware) is another great program and I use it once in awhile just to check my PC.
I purchased SAS after using the free version because I thought the developers of it deserved the money.
Buffalo
PS: Very satisfied customer.

Buffalo , December 27, 2010
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Incredible junk! The "free download" not only slowed my system to a crawl but identified 2 trojans ... did not fix anything!!! To fix them I had to purchase a $40 program. Does that sound like free? I decided not to purchase and now my system will not boot! I am writing this on a friends computer trying to figure out how to get my system booted and get rid of this POS Superantispyware. Lets see if this review gets posted -

Rob - Are you sure you used Superantispyware. The free version removes just as much as the paid version. Sounds like you install some fake spyware program.
Rob Leavens , December 21, 2010
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I have tried SAS,and for me is the best out there.I even unistalled my antivirus
and using SAS with real time protection mode.My PC is flying and no infections so far.Very pleased with the software.Give it a try!
bill15569 , November 09, 2010
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I ran this for a few weeks and it did find and quarentine things others missed, however, it slowed my browsing to a crawl and when I scanned my computer with spybot search and destroy it found adware, spyware and malware all from this exact program. I uninstalled it and my pc is once again lightning fast. DO NOT USE THIS PROGRAM. It is itself what it purports to prevent!!

- Im sorry you didnt have a good experience with superantispyware. I use superantispyware and malware bytes to clean up every pc that i encounter with spyware or malware
Lonnie , October 05, 2010
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SuperAntispyware works great! it cleaned up up my pen drive, and also deleted damaged files, viruses, trojan,etc. I recommend this software. I am not sure if it erases viruese, scams, from local drives from the entire PC.
Luis Maldonado , September 09, 2010
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I've been recommending and using SuperAntiSpyware for almost two years. I'm afraid, however, that they've become sloppy or something. In the last 60 days or so, I've had three computers infected that were not properly cleaned by SAS as they would have been in the past. Tonight we got an infection that ran two separate rogue programs and fully updated SAS doesn't even detect them except to remove the shortcut link! These programs managed to install past Win7 and with SAS paid version running and completely take over. Running SAS in Win safe mode has not helped the problem and I'm stuck having to try other products. What the next program that does the best job will be, I don't know, but I think SAS has run its course.


Cory , August 04, 2010
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This is a great review Super anti spyware sounds like it will be great for my computer.
Gayle , August 03, 2010
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I will take your word for this. I have read a couple of reviews from Support Cave over the past months and all are very helpful when I have new softwares to install. So yeah, good track record!
Brett , July 31, 2010

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