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Be on the lookout for a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) that is called Coupon Server – it might pose certain risks to your PC, mainly connected with your information. This program may be compatible with all of the mainstream browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer). It is usually in a stack with other freeware program installers, which may be downloaded from third-party providers.

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Coupon Server Ads – How Does It Work?

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Similar to other PUPs, Ads by Coupon Server can situate itself on your PC in two main ways. One of them is to download it from their website, which sometimes might happen if you click on an online advertisement and it redirects you to their web page. The most common way, however, is when it is in combination with other freeware in its Setup program. It is also important to be cautious for ‘Full Install’ and ‘Custom Install’ and always go for the advanced installer so that additional software is deselected.

Once Ads by Coupon Server is situated on your computer, it may start displaying annoying advertisements on one of the browser window’s corners that may lead to suspicious sites. These could pose risks to you, the user, since these websites might:

  • Redirect you to scammers, like Fake Tech Support Toll-Free pages, Prize Claiming, etc. and charge you enormous amounts of money.
  • Con you into typing your personal or bank account information.
  • Trick you into installing other freeware that might have malware embedded, such as Worms, Trojan Horses, Virus variants or worst case scenario, Ransomware.
  • Display more advertisements that can result in PC slowdowns.

Be careful with adverts that have something similar to ‘Brought to You by Coupon Server’ or ‘Ads by Coupon Server’ written on them. This could be a clear sign that you have a PUP installed on your computer, and good practice recommends terminating it swiftly.

Coupon Server Ads Removal

In case you have detected this PUP, and you feel like you need to take preventive measures, you should follow the steps provided below to eradicate any traces of this software from your computer. In case you do not have professional education in cyber security, good practice recommends seeking professional software that is specifically oriented to protect you against such potential threats.

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1. Remove/Uninstall Ads by Coupon Server
2. Restore the settings in your browser
3. Remove Ads by Coupon Server automatically with Spy Hunter Malware - Removal Tool.

Berta Bilbao

Berta is a dedicated malware researcher, dreaming for a more secure cyber space. Her fascination with IT security began a few years ago when a malware locked her out of her own computer.

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