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Danger level 6
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Connects to the internet without permission


NetoCoupon is yet another adware application that tries to make an impression it can help you save money while shopping online. The official homepage at claims:

Enjoy two things with the help of NetoCoupon: 1. Get all the cheapest deals available online without going through thorough research and 2. Avoid spending your resources on something that is not worth it.

However, it is clear that you need to remove NetoCoupon from your computer if you want to “avoid spending your resources” on adware and potentially dangerous software removal. After all, adware applications are vulnerable to outside exploitation.

Despite the fact that NetoCoupon has a default homepage, the download link does not work there. According to our security research, this adware application may come with any adware downloader or installer. However, NetoCoupon mostly travels with DomalQ installer. This installer often promotes fake Flash, Java and video player updates. Thus, if you see a pop-up that offers you to download the Flash player upgrade via third-party website – DO NOT click it. If you click it, you will most certainly get infected with adware and perhaps even malware applications. What is more, if you need to update your Flash player or any other plug-in, download the update from the official website only!

Seeing how NetoCoupon affects all browsers and randomizes its name upon the installation, we can infer that this application is from the same family as RealDeal, DownSave, AllCheapPrice and an extensive list of other potentially unwanted programs. Based on the information about NetoCoupon displayed on third-party websites, there are a lot of potential random names the program uses. The list includes NetoCoupOne, NeToCouaPon, NetooCoupon and many other titles.

When NetoCoupon enters your system, it adds extension to Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer web browsers. Then it starts collecting information on what websites you visit and what you search for online, so that it could create your online profile. This profile is necessary, so that NetoCoupon could generate custom advertisements whenever you access supported commercial websites.

Nevertheless, you should never click NetoCoupon ads because you can never know where the link on the ad would lead you. This adware program could be exploited by cybercriminals to promote their dangerous content, so you should not any serious risks.

To protect your computer and your personal information from cybercriminals, you need to uninstall NetoCoupon immediately. Follow the manual removal guide below this description, and when you are done, get yourself a reliable antispyware application that will take care of the rest of the files, registry entries and unwanted programs that might be lurking in your system. Do all you can to protect your PC from harm. Also, for any further questions, you can contact us by leaving a comment.

How to remove NetoCoupon

Windows 8

  1. Drag mouse cursor to the bottom right of your desktop.
  2. When Charm bar appears click Settings and select Control panel.
  3. Open Uninstall a program and remove NetoCoupon.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open Start menu and go to Control Panel.
  2. Click Uninstall a program and remove NetoCoupon.

Windows XP

  1. Open Start menu and navigate to Control panel.
  2. Select Add or remove programs and uninstall NetoCoupon.

Remove NetoCoupon from your browser

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Alt+T and click Add-ons.
  2. Disable and remove NetoCoupon from Extensions.
  3. Restart browser.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F and click Settings.
  2. Click Extensions on the left pane.
  3. Remove NetoCoupon from the list.
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