- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Annoying Pop-up's
Deal Vault is a browser add-on which you can install onto you Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The application has its official website deal-vault.com but it is can also be downloaded from other website alongside freeware. It is published by 215 apps which has also created such browser plug-ins as Supreme Savings, Deal Spy, Coupon Cactus and many more.
Deal Vault, like other price comparison applications, has been created for customers so that they do not have to browse for coupon websites as the coupons are displayed right on the website one is browsing. The browser add-on is compatible with, according to its official website, thousands of shopping websites, including such sellers as Walmart, Expedia, Petsmart and many others; and the coupons appear in the bottom left corner of the screen.
However, it is important to known that due to a big number of the websites that are related to Deal Vault, its licensor does not examine every single domain to which you are directed once you click on a coupon. It means that there is a risk that you may access a corrupted website whose developers has created the websites with the intention of infecting computers with malware.
Below you will find how some of the coupons or ads displayed by Deal Vault may look like:
If you have tried Deal Vault and find it worthless, do not keep it on the PC any longer. Remove it from the system and install a reliable spyware removal tool so that no potentially unwanted applications are installed. If you do not want to remove Deal Vault using a spyware removal tool, follow our instructions provided below.
How to remove Deal Vault
After you uninstall Deal Vault, no further changes to your browsers are necessary as the add-ons are automatically removed. Nevertheless, you should scan the computer to make sure that no malicious files are present, and you can do so by using our free scanner.