Threat Database Adware QuantumCoupons Ads

QuantumCoupons Ads

By GoldSparrow in Adware

Threat Scorecard

Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 5
First Seen: January 7, 2016
Last Seen: January 10, 2019
OS(es) Affected: Windows

The QuantumCoupons browser add-on may be suggested to users that like to browse online stores like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart, and could use a coupon or two. The QuantumCoupons browser add-on is published by Quantum LLC as a free program and may accompany the installers of third-party software like the Express Player and the Fast Free Converter. If you choose to install the QuantumCoupons browser add-on, you should ready yourself for an abundance of coupons, discount, vouchers, and limited-time deals because QuantumCoupons is recognized as adware. Security investigators reveal that the QuantumCoupons adware may register its main executable as a startup service in Windows and name it UpdateApp.exe to avoid raising suspicion. While affected users are not surfing the Internet and making purchases, the QuantumCoupons adware may use a significant portion of your computing power to mine for Bitcoins and earn a steady flow of money for its developers. Going online and exploring what Amazon can offer may not be as fun and pleasing as when the QuantumCoupons adware did not invade your browser.

The QuantumCoupons adware may use ActionScript and JavaScript to alter the way your browser renders pages and ensure that advertisements from sponsors occupy at least thirty percent of the page. Additionally, the QuantumCoupons adware may attempt to add items to your shopping basket and make you spend more money than you initially intended. Security investigators alert that the ads by QuantumCoupons may include links to untrusted domains and prevent you from enjoying high-definitions videos online. The QuantumCoupons adware does not use encrypted connections, and third parties may be able to record data and transfer it from your PC to remote servers. Needless to say, the QuantumCoupons adware is a security risk that should not be left unaddressed. The QuantumCoupons adware may have installed its files in the AppData folder to evade security scanners, and manual removal is not the best way to clean the QuantumCoupons adware. You may wish to install a reputable anti-malware instrument that is designed to battle adware and keep your PC safe.

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File System Details

QuantumCoupons Ads may create the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detections
1. QuantumCoupons_Setup.exe 3d04734a18981e2e2dc213b6a563ee4a 0
2. unins000.exe d3652f7408f26ddcc7d032b31a5df791 0


QuantumCoupons Ads may create the following directory or directories:

%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\QuantumCoupons


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