Savings Vault Adware

What is Savings Vault Adware?

Savings Vault Adware is a browser add-on that is supposed to help you shop around on the Internet. Technically it works just like InstantSavingsApp, Supreme Savings or Giant Savings Adware, all of which are developed by 215 Aps (or Innovative Apps). The plugin is compatible with Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome Internet browsers. It comes with a list of over a thousand online stores (including Expedia, Toys R Us, Petsmart) for which it can provide coupon deals, allowing you to purchase something at the best price. However, the utility of Savings Vault Adware is highly questionable, because users often complain that the plugin has been installed without their consent.

Where does Savings Vault Adware come from?

Savings Vault  can be downloaded at savings-vault.com. However, quite often this plugin arrives bundled with other freeware applications when they are downloaded on third party websites such as cNet. It should be noted that Savings Vault Adware is not malware and it does not trick you into installing it behind your back. The truth is that users often install lists of programs negligently without really checking what kind of additional applications get installed on their PCs. What is more, Savings Vault Adware also allows you to opt-out of this service. The real problem arises when Savings Vault Adware is used as a malware distributor by a third party.

Why is Savings Vault  dangerous?

The Privacy Policy part at the official Savings Vault website says that the plugin is not responsible for reviewing third party websites that are advertised on their coupon deal adds. It means that even malicious website could embed their links on Savings Vault Adware’s coupons, and if a user clicks on any of these links, he or she could get infected with malware. Not to mention that Savings Vault Adware collects personal web browsing information to generate a tailored flow of advertisements at you, and that information could fall into the wrong hands as well.

Luckily, it is possible to remove Savings Vault Adware manually via Control Panel. Use the instructions below to do it:

Remove Savings Vault  from your PC

Windows 8

  1. Right-click metro Start Menu.
  2. Click All apps button at the bottom right of your screen.
  3. Go to Control Panel > Uninstall a program.
  4. Remove Savings Vault.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open Start Menu.
  2. Go to Control Panel > Uninstall a program.
  3. Remove Savings Vault.

Windows XP

  1. Open Start Menu.
  2. Go to Control Panel > Uninstall a program.
  3. Uninstall Savings Vault.

Remove Savings Vault  from your browser

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+X and go to Manage add-ons.
  2. Remove Savings Vault from Toolbars and Extensions.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press and hold Ctrl+Shift+A. Add-ons Manager tab will open.
  2. Remove Savings Vault from Extensions list.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F and go to Tools > Extensions.
  2. Remove Savings Vault from the list.

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Stop these Savings Vault Adware Processes:

Savings Vault.exe
SavingsVault-rev.exe

Remove these Savings Vault Adware Files:

Savings Vault.exe
SavingsVault-rev.exe
Savings Vault.dll
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