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Actual Click Shopping

Posted: July 12, 2013

Threat Metric

Threat Level: 8/10
Infected PCs: 28
First Seen: July 12, 2013
Last Seen: December 25, 2020
OS(es) Affected: Windows

Actual Click Shopping is an adware program that displays annoying pop-up advertisements, coupons and sponsored links via a pop-up box on Facebook, Google, Amazon and other shopping websites that Internet users are visiting. Actual Click Shopping pop-up advertisements will be displayed as boxes, which carry numerous coupons that are available or as underlined keywords, which when clicked will show a pop-up advertisement that claims it is sent to you by Actual Click Shopping. Actual Click Shopping is an extension for Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome that is usually inserted when web users install other free programs, such as video recording/streaming, download-managers or PDF creators, that had packed into their installation Actual Click Shopping. When PC users install these free software products, they will also install Actual Click Shopping. While being installed, whenever the computer user will visit Expedia, Best Buy, Facebook or any other similar websites, Actual Click Shopping will display a 'See Similar' button on product images, which when clicked will display pop-up ads by Actual Click Shopping. Actual Click Shopping may also show advertising banners on the websites that PC users are visiting, and as they browse the web, Actual Click Shopping will display coupons and other deals available on a number of websites.