Oh My Coupons Ads

Oh My Coupons Ads Description

The peculiar promotions by Oh My Coupons in your browser are facilitated by an adware infection on your OS that you may have installed with a free program installer. Security investigators reveal that the Oh My Coupons adware is programmed to show numerous pop-up windows and banners when it detect that the user is browsing e-commerce websites like Amazon and eBay. The Oh My Coupons adware uses DOM storage data, reads your approximate geographical location and the metadata of pages you browse to load personalized promotions. The Oh My Coupons adware is built on the Crossrider platform and can modify the behavior of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer and disable built-in pop-up blockers. The Oh My Coupons adware might decrease your browser performance and use ActionScript3 to load sponsored commercials on YouTube. The Oh My Coupons adware does not have a valid digital signature and may download updates from its server via insecure channels. Needless to say, the Oh My Coupons aware may allow third parties to intercept your Internet traffic and modify the data received by your computer. The Oh My Coupons adware is not deemed as a severe threat but could promote rogue software like AntiSpyGolden and AntiAID that can cause system errors and show fake security alerts. Additionally, the ads by Oh My Coupons may link to untrusted domains and suspicious online stores where your banking credentials are at risk. You may wish to install a trusted anti-spyware solution that can purge the Oh My Coupons adware securely.

Technical Information

Registry Details

Oh My Coupons Ads creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
Regexp file mask
Registry key
Software\AppDataLow\Software\Oh My Coupons
SOFTWARE\Oh My Coupons
Oh My Coupons

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