Tinywallet ads will pop up onto your computer screen when you browse popular online shopping websites. These ads are generated by an adware program called Tinywallet. This application is supposed to provide you with relevant shopping information and help you save money when you buy something online. However, computer security experts strongly recommend removing Tinywallet from your computer because this application could be the first step on a road that leads to serious computer security issues. It is obvious that if you remove this application from your PC, the Tinywallet ads will disappear as well.
It is clear that Tinywallet comes from a big family of adware applications. According to our research, it belongs to the same group as RightCoupon, TicTacCoupon, SaveNShop and many other annoying applications. A lot of users consider Tinywallet and similar applications to be serious computer threats, so perhaps they do not even know that such applications try to make an impression they are useful computer tools.
For example, Tinywallet has a website at tinywallet.net. Almost all applications from this family boast of homepages, but the problem is that you cannot download them from these pages. Thus, if Tinywallet ads appear on your browser it means that this application have arrived bundled with freeware. Programs from this family are usually distributed via InstallRex installer, although they may also come with Amonetize and Vittalia installers (based on your location). The fact that Tinywallet ads arrive bundled with freeware means that you have a lot of unwanted applications on board. You should scan your PC with a licensed antispyware application immediately and remove them all.
To avoid the likes of Tinywallet ads, you should refrain from downloading files at torrent and other piracy-related websites. These sites are always related to adware, so they are full of fake download links, and if you click any of them you most probably initiate adware download.
When it enters target system, Tinywallet adds extensions to Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers. It should not be compatible with the newest Google Chrome versions, so make sure your Chrome is up-to-date. When the application collects enough data on your web browsing habits, Tinywallet ads appear on Amazon, eBay, BestBuy and other popular online stores, urging you to click them.
Needless to say, Tinywallet ads cannot be trusted so you should never click them. In the worst case scenario you could be exposed to a dangerous malware infection. The best thing you can do in this situation is remove Tinywallet from your computer via Control Panel. After manual removal, scan the PC with SpyHunter free scanner because you need to make sure all the unwanted files and programs were removed completely.
Windows Vista & Windows 7