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TremendousCoupon Ads Overview

WARNING FOR ALL READERS! TremendousCoupon Ads is an advertisement based virus, which means it will try and trick you into installing more of its kind. Whenever you see messages regarding missing plugins, updates on different kinds of software and recommendations to download any type of program, there is a 99% chance it is a fake. Refrain from clicking on any of the messages. If you fail to do so, immediately open the task manager and end the process associated with whatever started installing itself on your PC.

  1. Of all virus categories, the one TremendousCoupon Ads belongs to is most associated with a slowdown of your PC and an increase of the loading time for each page. You will immediately feel these effects and they will persist until you remove the malware. The reason for the severe delay is due to the advertisements being processed by your CPU; this means the advertisements are not part of the pages and your PC has to create them and not just load them.
  2. Clicking on the advertisements will result in being redirected to shady websites that harbor viruses. Avoid clicking on any of the pop-ups or you get yourself even more headaches.
  3. TremendousCoupon Ads and its type are notorious for not only displaying advertisements, but also tracking your browsing activities and collecting cookies and passwords before they are sent to whoever created this thing. This is practically the biggest danger adware pose, especially if you frequently use online payment methods, as these can be recorded as well.


How To Avoid TremendousCoupon Ads (And Other Malware)

To protect yourself from malware of this type, you just need to remember one thing: these things can not or rather, will not get in without asking for permission. This is because they are usually bundled with free software, but here’s where things go in your favor: the same people who created the virus are not the same people who created the free program. The latter are paid to distribute the adware with their bundles. It’s how they make their money, basically. But they are afraid of legal attacks when an angry users asks why he as infected with TremendousCoupon Ads (or whatever). So they make everything legal by telling you beforehand you will receive advertisements. And they rely on most users clicking Next and Accept all the time. Just like this:


So what you need to do is open your eyes whenever you are installing anything. If you see any mentions of advertisements, cancel whatever it is you’re installing and search for alternatives. The headaches are absolutely not worth it. A virus can alternatively hide itself not in the text as seen in the picture, but with a dropdown menu. Always choose Custom Install to view the components that will be installed; Express will install everything, including an adware if there is one.


Name Trochilus
Type Adware
Detection Tool

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How to Remove TremendousCoupon Ads

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About the author


Violet George

Violet is an active writer with a passion for all things cyber security. She enjoys helping victims of computer virus infections remove them and successfully deal with the aftermath of the attacks. But most importantly, Violet makes it her priority to spend time educating people on privacy issues and maintaining the safety of their computers. It is her firm belief that by spreading this information, she can empower web users to effectively protect their personal data and their devices from hackers and cybercriminals.

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