- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
An adware developer by the name of SuperWeb has recently rolled out a new adware type application called Coupons Free. Our security experts recommend that you remove this infection, because it shows third party advertisements that are unreliable in nature. You should not take this application at face value, because the ads it displays are more than just annoying. Whenever you hear term third-party advertising, rest assured it will have something to do with promoting fake ads. Fictitious advertisements are responsible for a significant share of all malware infections that occur worldwide. So, if you do not want your computer to get infected with malicious apps, we advise you to remove Coupons Free from your computer ASAP.
As mentioned, Coupons Free has been developed by an adware developer called SuperWeb. All SupweWeb infections are designed to modify a user’s typical search as display pop-up advertising. In addition to Coupons Free, SuperWeb has recently released numerous other infections that are basically the same program, but with a facelift. So you should keep an eye out for names such as Zoom zoom, Fruit Basket, Metal Maker, and Flying Deals while installing freeware bundles.
Freeware bundles are often used by adware developers as a vehicle to distribute their “products.” These bundles can only be found on websites that specialize in the distribution of freeware. This is hardly surprising, when you consider the fact that the people who own those websites must keep them afloat by generating revenue. So they pack software with malicious programs, such as Adware, browser hijackers, and bad toolbars. If you do not want to get your computer infected with Coupons Free, remember to opt for advance installation settings and remove the app form the installation process.
If Coupons Free were to remain on your computer for an extended period of time, it might start showing you fake advertisements. These ads might be rendered as pop-ups, coupons, banners, and in-lines. But regardless of how they are manifested, any one of them might contain a link that could redirect you to an infected website that could download malware onto your PC.
Therefore, we recommend that you remove Coupons Free from your computer, because the infection displays unreliable third-party ads that could contain links to infected websites that contain malicious apps. If you do not remove this infection in time, your system could get infected with malware that will be very difficult to get rid of.
How to remove Coupons Free from the OS
Windows 8/Windows 8.1
Windows 7/Windows Vista
Remove the Coupons Free browser extension
Microsoft Internet Explorer