Super Mac Cleaner Description
Super Mac Cleaner (PUP.MacOS.SuperMacCleaner) joins the ranks of falsely advertised system optimization tools that usually appear on a PC without the user's initial consent. In the respect, Super Mac Cleaner behaves like a typical Potentially Unwanted Application (PUA).
Super Mac Cleaner will reportedly scan your Mac system before painting a grim picture full of potential risks and threats lying dormant within your computer. However, it will also urge you to purchase the full premium version of the app if you want it to solve its exposed problems. Unless you downloaded the Super Mac Cleaner installation file from its corresponding official website, you might have got it inadvertently, especially if you searched for a more popular software tool that came bundled with that PUA in particular.
Like any other rogue PC optimizer, Super Mac Cleaner may not necessarily provide a genuine snapshot of your system's real condition. That's why buying its premium version is unlikely to add much value in enhancing your Mac's health. Rather, it may bring about more implications instead. At least, that's what other similar optimization tools such as Advanced Mac Cleaner have done. Both Super Mac Cleaner and Advanced Mac Cleaner were developed by the same team, by the way.
Based on the little to no value you would get from the paid version of the Super Mac Cleaner tool, you'd be better of getting rid of it once and for all. You can do so manually and automatically. In the former case, you'd have to move the Advanced Mac Cleaner out of the Applications folder and into the Trash and remove LauchAgent. Usually, that should do the trick. However, if the tool persists, don't hesitate to deploy a full-fledged anti-malware solution from a reputable vendor.