SUPERAntiSpyware is the most thorough scanner on the market. Our Multi-Dimensional Scanning and Process Interrogation Technology will detect spyware other products miss. Easily remove pests such as WinFixer, SpyAxe, SpyFalcon, and thousands more. Repair broken Internet Connections, Desktops, Registry Editing and more with our unique Repair System. Dedicated Threat Research Team scours the web for new threats and provides daily definition updates.
SUPERAntiSpyware Free Edition does not include real-time blocking or scheduled scanning.
Reviewing 5.6.1016 (May 8, 2013)
This program badly needs an total interface update, what's with the ‘Use XP Style Menus’, & integrate into ‘Vista Security Centre’? It doesn't do well in catching malware either, I have a lifetime subscription so I do run it from time to time but it's far behind Mbam for example.
Reviewing 5.6.1010 (Oct 10, 2012)
@coolticker, if you got the memory, why should you care how much it uses during scanning? It's 330mb's for me as well on my 2GB memory PC. I'd rather it have all the memory it wants while scanning for speed and accuracy. You'll get the memory back afterwards anyway. Just sayin'. I usually use it to full scan on every patch Tuesday, otherwise I just use the right click properties to scan individual files I might happen to download.
Reviewing 5.6.1010 (Oct 9, 2012)
It uses 330MB RAM when scanning my XP machine ... far too much !
Reviewing 5.5.1012 (Jul 26, 2012)
When a security application starts adding browsers as a basically hidden function it's time to start looking elsewhere - I really do not agree with hidden installs. It's now off my recommendation list, also recent tests I've looked at show it to be pretty poor at finding spyware.
@gatorfan95 - Agree 100%
Reviewing 5.5.1012 (Jul 23, 2012)
Use SUPERAntiSpyware as passive along with Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware and ClamWin Antivirus to have a right click properties context menu to scan downloaded files.
As with any security scanning software, none will be 100% effective.
@gatorfan95... I didn't get the Chrome install on SAS's custom install. However, I did not allow the installer any internet access via my firewall(Comodo firewall). Maybe that's the reason.
Update: gatorfan95, OK, I gotcha now. Yea, an 'Express' install in this case would not be recommended. Avast AV was another that was installing Chrome without knowledge. Happened to me on version 7 when I gave it a try. I still like SAS regardless. I'll just have to be extra extra careful about installing ANY software nowadays.
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