Title: Coupon Drop Down
Type: Adware

Remove Coupon Drop Down
Removal instructions

Severity scale:Coupon Drop Down severity is 35  (35 / 100)

Coupon Drop Down is annoying adware program, which actively shows its commercial ads once you enter eBay, Amazon and similar shopping websites. If you click on these ads, that usually have a form of underlined words or boxes, you will be redirected to websites that offer these goods. Beware that Coupon Drop Down is designed for monetization purposes, so it may also redirect you to insecure websites. Besides, it may become really annoying application that interrupts you every time you start your browsing session and enter such sites as Facebook or Twitter. If you see advertisements that notify that they are brought to you by Coupon Drop Down, that's your computer, not a site, infected with adware. We recommend running a full system scan with updated anti-spyware and removing malicious programs from your PC.


Coupon Drop Down is distributed via several methods. You can download it voluntarily from its official website, but it can also be downloaded in one pack with freeware and shareware. 1ClickDownload, Yontoo and FBPhotoZoom are especially known to promote this application. You should know that this unfair method of distribution can be easily stopped by unclicking Coupon Drop Down and other optional installs during the installation process of a program. However, if it gets inside, this adware modifies the system and starts showing its commercial ads that are filled with various coupons, offers, promotions and deals. If you are one of these people who can't stand this program or you haven't installed it by yourself, you should remove Coupon Drop Down from the system without any delay.

HOW TO REMOVE Coupon Drop Down?

In order to get rid of Coupon Drop Down, you should firstly uninstall it from your computer manually. Besides, look for these programs and, if detected, unilstall them as well: Online HD TV Toolbar: Online HD TV, PutLockerDownload, TornTV, Yontoo, 1ClickDown, 1ClickDownloader, FB Photo Zoom, GoPhoto.it, HDvid Codec, IB Updater, Incredibar Toolbar, OneClickDownload, OneClickDownloader. For that, use these steps:

  1. Click Start -> Control Panel -> Programs (or Add/Remove Programs) -> Uninstall a Program.
  2. Here, look for Coupon Drop Down and select 'Uninstall/Change'.
  3. Click OK to save the changes.

Besides, you should also scan your computer with updated SpyHunter to make sure that your PC is free of viruses. This will let you make sure that you haven't downloaded more viruses on your computer. 

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Geolocation of Coupon Drop Down:

This map reveals the prevalence of Coupon Drop Down. Countries and regions that have been affected the most are: United Kingdom and United States.

QR code for Coupon Drop Down removal instructions:

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QR is short for Quick Response. They can be read quickly by the mobile phones. QR codes can store more data than standard barcodes, including url links, geo coordinates, and text.

The reason we add QR code to the website is that parasites like Coupon Drop Down are really hard to remove on infected computer. you can quicly scan the QR code with your mobile device and have manual removal instructions to uninstall Coupon Drop Down right in your pocket.

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Information added: 2013-04-10 05:48:47
Information updated: 2013-04-10 05:48:47

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I have attempted everything I know how in order to remove CouponDropDown. It does not show up in IE. However, Firefox is infected. I have been through the Add/Remove Programs and cannot locate it. Apparently, it is hidden. Have the authors become smarter? I have even done a Restore and have even uninstalled and reinstalled Firefox. Nothing helps!

I need new ideas.
Dane Rogers [email protected]
Sorry but Ive got the same situation - a stealthy installation of CouponDropDown that screws up Firefox. I tried a full scan of SpyHunter which claimed to be able to remove CouponDropDown, but it didnt even find it. I would really appreciate a real solution.
Josiah B.
Same with me, this is BS!
I cant get rid of it either! Have Kaspersky installed and that hasnt stopped it.
I was just about to buy Kaspersky so thanks for the heads up on that. Has anyone any idea on this?
Dave D
its the same with Norton, I bought Norton cos I was so brassed off with this thing, and its still there ;-)
The removal instructions were worthless since I never installed CouponDropDown. Norton did NOT stop it from happening. So I went to my trusty Spybot (free program) and it removed it. YIPPEE! Always wonder what kind of success these programmers could do if they worked for reputable companies ... what a waste of everyones time and effort and money to just tick people off!
Nite Crawler
Thank you for your help trying to remove this nasty hidden virus that runs in the background of your browser. In my case it was running on IE8 and placing hyperlink ads in my narratives on my eBay items I was selling and it was showing ads while I visited other webpage’s. It would not show on the program list for add and remove programs on startmenu>Control panel>add and remove programs. Nor would it show up on manage add on list for IE8. It was not picked up by my MalwareBytes or Spybot programs either.

First I tried to uninstall and then re-install IE8 but after doing that it was still there. Then I tried to reset settings on IE8 using tools>internet options>advanced tab>reset. I kept getting an error message saying I had to close open tabs still running to perform reset. There were no other tabs open that I could see so I know this tricky little bastard was still running in the background preventing a reset of IE8.

I went to Microsoft download site and found this program called Mr. Fixit that will perform the reset and override the coupon drop down virus running in the background. Here is the link to download the Mr. Fixit program.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923737 (copy and paste into your browser)

I did not check the box for resetting my personal settings and just let it reset IE8 back to default settings. After completing the Mr. Fixit reset the coupon drop down virus was gone. Yes!

After getting rid of this coupon drop down virus I downloaded and installed a great program that restores all the windows programs and corrects all the errors that were caused by this piece of crap. You can download it here...(copy and paste link)


After running the tweaking repair program my Windows IE8 is golden. Both Mr Fixit and the tweak windows repair are free programs. Hope this helps.
I finally got rid of this. Thank you so much.
Im frustrated with this as well... Ive also tried scanning... I am a professional attempting to conduct business at home and this keeps showing up. They take up my entire screen and not knowing I clicked to tell it to go away and it opened up more. Thanks for the insights I am going to give this a try after lunch. Ive got a meeting to prepare for!

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