007 Spy is surveillance software, commonly referred to as a keylogger, tho there are other functions to it as well. By definition it is spyware, but there are legitimate uses for it. An employer may want to use it to monitor their employees use of a computer, parents to monitor what their children are doing and married couples to see if their spouse is cheating on them over the internet, etc.
Spybot and other security programs will flag it but in this case it is for informational purposes. It is up to you to decide if it is unwanted
software or not. In other words, you shouldn't always fix everything that a scanner finds. Some tools can be used for good or ill--if you have downloaded something and use it then it is not unwanted, even tho it can be used for evil. Criminals use keyloggers to steal passwords and other sensitive info. That's obviously unwanted.
So there is nothing wrong with MG offering such programs for download. If you check out their Covert Ops
page, you will see that this is just a category of software, it's all surveillance software. If you don't want to use it to spy on others, don't download it.
Now if you found out about this software being installed on your system thru Spybot, it probably
means someone you know or has access to your PC installed it to spy on you. The cybercriminals will usually use much more sophisticated and hard to remove software. But I can tell you MG didn't stealth install it.
Do you own the computer? If it belongs to a school or business, they have a right to use such software, whether it is wanted by you or not. If you remove it you could get in trouble. Since we respect those rights, if this is the case with you we won't be able to help you remove it.