- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
WorldWideCoupon could be a useful application for you if you frequently shop online and if it were reliable and beneficial, of course. But research shows that this program is simply a new member in the notorious Multiplug adware family. If you have noticed that your computer screen gets filled up with commercials, it is possible that you have been infected with this adware. Have you downloaded or installed free software recently? That could be the key to understanding how this adware and possibly other malware infections have entered your operating system. There are several issues with regard to this adware application that might endanger you system’s security and your privacy as well. Removing WorldWideCoupon is essential if you want to keep your computer free of threats. For the details, please read our report.
WorldWideCoupon has no website where you could download it from; however, that is not surprising. Very few of the family members have an official site. The most preferred method these adware programs use to infiltrate computers is traveling in freeware bundles. The ones that this adware is most commonly found in are notorious third-party installers, such as InstallRex and Amonetize. These may include malware infections in the package. Therefore, you must be careful which sites you use for downloading free software. We suggest staying away from unfamiliar file-sharing websites.
It is very easy to get infected with a bunch of malware with a simple click on the wrong ad or link. Try to download software from its official site only. It is also important to make sure you do your research on the program you are about to install. It pays to stick with these rules if you want to avoid more severe infections. WorldWideCoupon has been found in bundles traveling with other infections, including LightningDownloader and Websearch.hotfindings.info. Therefore, once you delete WorldWideCoupon, you had better run a system scan, too.
In reality, WorldWideCoupon does nothing but display banner ads, pop-up ads, and coupons while you are surfing the web. It is not only very annoying, but at times these ads may also slow down your Internet speed, depending on your hardware and Internet connection. However, the biggest problem is that the provided advertisements might hide corrupted links, and clicking on them could cause further damage to your system. This adware can also collect data about you, which can be shared with third parties in order to send targeted ads to your computer screen. Imagine how much easier it is to click on an ad that seems very relevant to you. But keep in mind that the risk of unreliable ads is still there. If you do not want to end up on a website operated by criminals or get more infections, we recommend removing WorldWideCoupon.
Most probably, by now, you would like to get rid of this adware as soon as possible. However, that is a bit tricky since it installs extensions in all the popular browsers, including Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Mozilla Firefox. The uninstaller of the adware only clears IE of the extension; therefore, you need to take care of the other two manually. The easiest way is to reset the browsers, so all the settings go back to default. In order to assist you with the necessary steps, we have prepared instructions for you, which you can find right below the article. But keep in mind that your PC may still not be perfectly safe, since other malware infections may be silently active in the background without your knowledge. For the detection and elimination of all the threats present on your computer, we recommend installing a trustworthy antimalware application. Once you activate it, you can be sure that your system will be protected from malicious attacks, especially if you frequently update your security tool.
Remove WorldWideCoupon from Windows
Windows 7 and Vista
Windows 8 and Windows 8.1
Remove WorldWideCoupon from browsers