Spyware Clear is a suspicious computer application that looks just like a regular, reliable security tool capable of warning you about real security threats. Unfortunately, the infections that the program sets out to delete are most likely fictitious. Our researchers warn that Spyware Clear is a rogue anti-malware program, and trusting its malware detection and removal capabilities would be foolish. The program published by Crawler LLC (also known for publishing PCTechHotline) has been designed one single reason – to help its developers earn money. If you install the program and trust the scan results it presents, it is likely that you will purchase the so-called Premium Version. Instead of doing this, you should delete Spyware Clear.
Some computer users download Spyware Clear from the official site spywareclear.com; however, the disturbing, fake malware remover can enter the system in a different manner as well. For example, the program’s installer could be represented via a software bundle. Keep in mind that bundles often carry silent installers or programs that you must remove. Overall, once Spyware Clear is installed, the program will scan the computer and will warn you about a number of “infections” you supposedly need to delete. Our researchers have discovered that the so-called infections are just empty registry entries and values. Needless to say, the detections are fictitious, and so you do not need to remove real malware. Nonetheless, the program promises irresistible services for a seemingly low price ($19.95). Here is how the tool is promoted.
Do you want to continue with
[random number] detected infections?
Remove detected malware infections by upgrading Spyware Clear:
- Remove & Prevent Infections
- Enhance Security Protection
- Get high Priority Updates
Even though Spyware Clear promises to remove malware, you have to recognize that this program lists bogus infections, and it is unlikely to delete any real threats. Due to this, it is highly questionable whether this application is really a Microsoft Partner or whether it uses the name of Windows developer just to trick potential customers that it can be trusted. Needless to say, if you purchase the full version of Spyware Clear, you are likely think that your operating system is secure; unfortunately, it is not. If you do not remove Spyware Clear and do not install authentic security software to guard the operating system, more malicious programs could be infiltrated without your knowledge. The removal of other disturbing threats is something you can avoid if you delete the rogue malware remover and install authoritative, beneficial security software.
The instructions below can help you remove Spyware Clear from the Windows operating system. Of course, these guides will not show you how to delete other potentially running computer infections. If you want to fight computer infections on your own, complete the guide below and install a malware scanner. This tool will list all of the programs you need to delete. If you want to save time, and you are not interested worrying about the infiltration of other threats, install automatic malware removal software.
Delete from Windows XP:
Delete from Windows Vista & Windows 7:
Delete from Windows 8: