- Shows commercial adverts
- Annoying Pop-up's
CouponServer is a browser plugin which most Windows users install from coupon-server.com. As you may know already, the application is currently unavailable from its official source; however, this does not mean that it could not be attached to your browsers after installing packaged software. Note that this is not an uncommon way for 215 Apps software to be distributed, which is why you should be extra cautious about the software you install onto your personal computer. Needless to say, you should be cautious with the applications you are unfamiliar with. In many cases bundled downloads may enable the existence of truly devious malware, which is why it is essential to inspect all new programs. Do you want to learn how to remove CouponServer from Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers?
Even though at the moment CouponServer is unavailable from its official source, thousands of Windows users are likely to have installed the application onto their computers in the past. Why would anyone be interested in the application? Just like other 215 Apps products, like Savings Scout or Coupon Slider, it promises you to find savings without putting in any work. As a matter of fact, the methods of the plugin are quite simple. As soon as you install CouponServer onto the computer, it enables web cookies to collect information about your virtual activity. Even though the cookies cannot discover the passwords of your online accounts or record other private information, they can find out what sites you visit, which ads you click on or what you search on your web browsers. This information is meant to help 215 Apps to provide you with more personalized online coupons which will pop-up when browsing online-shopping sites.
It is clear that CouponServer is not a malicious computer program; however, if it has been installed onto the PC without your knowledge, we recommend that you remove it from all existing browsers. Needless to say, in case your operating system is beleaguered with other undesirable programs, you should install automatic malware detection and removal software to inspect the computer, delete potentially existing malware and ensure full-time protection in the future. Are you sure that your Windows system is safe and no malicious programs are running? Then use the manual CouponServer removal instructions below.
How to delete the plugin?
Delete from Windows 8:
Delete from Windows Vista and Windows 7:
Delete from Windows XP:
How to manually remove CouponServer
Files associated with CouponServer infection:
CouponServer DLL's to remove:
CouponServer processes to kill: