Yeah, i read, just saying the info i have on spynomore shows by using urlvoid.com that spynomore has some issues. What i saw interesting was that Major Geeks and C-net shows listing for it, and they are good sites. Free to try (Scan only; no spyware removal); $29.95 to buy (Buy it now) I am seeing that at C-net and some reviews by customers : Results 1-10 of 17
"SpyNoMore is a fraud"
October 11, 2011 | By Josh....
Version: SpyNoMore 2.96
it was uninstallable.
Doesn't remove any viruses, costs money, a totally fake program with fake reviews.
They create the viruses then to have the infected shell out money to buy the program "SpyNoMore" to remove it, SpyNoMore fails to remove the virus, it fails to remove anything for that matter. a classic case of Smitfraud
I think that caution should be used if this program is used, free or paid for, and if it is a google redirect , here is what Bleeping Computer recommends : How to remove Google Redirects or the TDSS, TDL3, or Alureon rootkit using TDSSKiller
That has a step by step , if that is what that jasmine.com actually is.
Check this, urlvoid scan of that livejasmine :
Report 2010-05-28 22:52:29 (GMT 1)
Domain Hash 034f1ea105598ed5b88634171dcc2b07
IP Address 18.104.22.168 [SCAN]
IP Hostname 32.19.374a.static.theplanet.com
IP Country US (United States)
AS Number 21844
AS Name THEPLANET-AS - ThePlanet.com Internet Service...
Detections 1 / 18 (6 %)
And the one thing scanned with a hit on it was WOT . so, it is a real site and not a rogue virus / malware .