Many websites call CoupScanner as a virus. In effect, senior technician from VilmaTech Online Support insists that it is PUA (Potentially Unwanted Application) since there’s no vicious attribute code but still unpleasant scenarios are brought into being. As what it claims it is a browser add-on offering coupons according to the content you are browsing so that you could save money anytime. This could be an ideal service yet it brings troubles in practice.
PC users usually don’t take the slowness seriously. As a matter of fact, the slowness is a powerful catalyst to make your precious machine become much more susceptible to infections. With more ads popping up and the cache accumulating, the internal recourse will be taken up and even some resource will be extracted from pivotal parts of a system to maintain normal operation. As a result, the ability in the prevention of infections can be weakened down. This well explains why old machines are more likely to get infected.
Besides, there are some ads from unknown sites incurred after the installation of CoupScanner add-on apart from the coupons, which implies that the add-on also collects sales leads for dubious sites. This could increase the probability of getting attack by virus as bugs can be easily found on dubious sites!
As a browser add-on, BHO computing technique is absolutely employed so as to deliver its functions at the right times. It can also be taken advantage by infections to overwrite memory modules for configuration modifications and to record online whereabouts. Therefore, removing CoupScanner is highly recommended. If you want coupon, just “Google” it. Below is the removal thread to follow up. In the event that you are at loss, start a live chat window here to contact VilmaTech Online Support and you’ll get professional help right away.
One. Remove CoupScanner addon from browser settings.
Two. Enable pop-up blocker to stop ads.
Three. Disable the service with “Path to Executable” pointing to couponscanner.
What CoupScanner largely delivers are coupons not excluding other ads. By doing so, it manages to generate huge traffic. With it, many more advertisers/online operators will be attracted to pay for promotions. This is how it makes money by offering service.
Some install CoupScanner themselves while some get it from nowhere. Actually, this add-on spreads via drive-by download. Many people are so used to clicking “Next” when installing programs they are planning without paying attention to the additional options.
The more ads keep popping up on a computer, the more cache, data files and other unknown items will be stored up to impose adverse impact on the system security as well as the overall PC performance. It is time consuming to remove all of them since they are usually scattered here and there. Here’s the video to show how. Should you still have questions, please get instant assistance by contacting VilmaTech Online Support.