CoinSave Removal Guide

Do you know what CoinSave is?

CoinSave could be the name of a helpful application that could save you money while shopping online; however, the sad truth is that this app is nothing but another ad-supported program. To describe the adware situation we could easily say: another day, another adware application. The only difference between them seems to be the name. Their functions are practically always the same: They display third-party ads to make the unsuspecting user click on them and thus get paid. But the annoying pop-ups and banners are only one side of the story, although they, too, might cause security issues for inexperienced users. The other problem the presence of this adware may cause is that there is a good chance it has not entered your system all alone. There may be other infections hiding on your computer right now potentially harming it silently. Security and privacy should be the utmost priorities for a conscientious computer user; therefore, we suggest that you remove CoinSave from your PC as soon as possible.

CoinSave is a semi-random name adware application, which means that it can change the letters and capitalization of its name randomly. So do not be surprised to find, for example, CcoiNNsAvvE or anything similar in your installed programs list in Control Panel. This adware belongs to the Multiplug family, whose members are all built on the popular JustPlugIt engine, including WhiteCoupon, IncreaseApp, and RepliApp. Getting infected with CoinSave is mainly possible via freeware bundles that are packed by third-party installers, such as InstallRex, Amonetize, and Vittalia. These installers are well-known by our researchers to tend to include malware applications in their packages. You need to be very careful when visiting unfamiliar or questionable online piracy-related or other P2P websites, because these bundles are mostly promoted there. This adware is known to come with other infections, including EZDownloader and This means that you may have multiple security issues to face. In order to handle the situation before it is too late, you should delete CoinSave and all other threats present on your computer.

CoinSave can ruin your browsing routine by its disruptive third-party ads. Yet, the main risk you take by keeping this app on your computer lies in the potentially unreliable third-party websites these ads might redirect you to. This adware can collect information about the ads you tend to click on, the products you check out, the online stores you prefer to use, and more in order to set up a profile about you. After this is done, it is easy for third-parties to send customized ads to your screen, and the chance of your clicking on them largely increases. However, do not forget about the schemers who know exactly how to exploit such adware and embed their own corrupted links to navigate you to their malicious websites. With this adware on your computer, you might be one click away from being the victim of an online fraud or even losing money from your bank account. It is important to realize the danger in having an app with such potential on your system. If you want to keep your PC clean, it is best to delete CoinSave ASAP.

Getting rid of CoinSave requires more than just uninstalling it via Control Panel. This would only take care of the extension in Internet Explorer. In the case of the other two most popular browsers, you need to do it yourself. It is not too complicated, but we have included a guide below to assist you with all the steps to make sure you clean your system of this adware. However, you need to remember that there may be still other infections active on your computer. We suggest applying a powerful antimalware tool to automatically detect and remove all existing infections from your system. After your security is restored, you will also be protected from other malicious attacks.

CoinSave Removal Guide

Windows XP

  1. Click Start and select Control Panel.
  2. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Select the application and click Remove.

Windows 7 and Windows Vista

  1. Access the Start menu and select Control Panel.
  2. Click Uninstall a program.
  3. Find the application in the list and click Uninstall.

Windows 8 and Windows 8.1

  1. Move the mouse cursor to the bottom-left corner of the screen and right-click on the Windows logo.
  2. Select Control Panel and click Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click on the application in the list and choose Uninstall.

Extension removal from browsers

Google Chrome

  1. Click on the menu icon and select Settings.
  2. In the left panel select Extensions.
  3. Select the unwanted extension and click on the recycle bin icon.
  4. Press Remove.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Tap Alt+T and go to Add-ons.
  2. Select Extensions on the left, click on the undesirable extension, and click Remove.

In non-techie terms:

CoinSave is an adware application that displays annoying third-party ads. Since nobody can warrant the safety of the websites you might be redirected to by clicking on these ads, there is always potential to end up on an infected website that might seriously harm your system and cause you a number of problems. This adware may also come with other infections; therefore, it is important to clean your system from all the possible threats. We recommend installing a reliable antimalware application that can automatically take care of all your infections and protect you in the future.