- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
HahoMedia is one more ad-supported program our malware researchers are ready to fight. Despite being presented as the tool providing you with the best shopping and Internet browsing experience, we do not recommend trusting the supposedly related services. In fact, as soon as it is installed, the program will present advertisements which are likely to be unreliable, and this contradicts the promises to enhance your browsing experience. Needless to say, we suggest you remove HahoMedia from the operating system.
No download button on the official website hahomedia.com can be found, and this poses a question regarding the distribution of the suspicious program. If the program has been installed on your personal computer without your acknowledgement, you must delete HahoMedia without further discussion. If it has been installed alongside other questionable programs, you must consider the removal of potentially unreliable software. Do not let unfamiliar, potentially unreliable applications run on the operating system.
As mentioned already, HahoMedia is meant to help you with the online shopping. Even in the EULA it is suggested that the program will ‘make sure you save money’ and this is not what we have discovered. Even though the suspicious program may display seemingly reliable offers, you have to delete it to disable the ads which may be misleading. Certain pop-ups and banner suggestions may promote bundled installers promoting even more suspicious and unreliable applications. If you do not want to attract other questionable programs you would need to remove, we suggest you ignore the disturbing installers and pay no attention to private data disclosing prize giveaways or surveys. Here’s an example.
The removal of HahoMedia adware is more complicated than it may appear to be at first. Our researchers have discovered that the uninstaller represented via the Control Panel is not fully functional. If you delete HahoMedia from the Control Panel, the running processes Injector.exe and InjectorServiceProject.exe are likely to remain active. Of course, if you want to you can proceed with the manual removal. Firstly, follow the guides below and then delete the remaining files.
If unreliable third-party applications have been dropped onto the system, it is a must to delete them from the PC as well. We strongly suggest installing automatic malware removal software to eliminate these unpredictable programs and delete HahoMedia. Ensure that this software is active at all times to guarantee that other clandestine threats cannot enter the operating system in the future.
Remove from Windows XP:
Remove from Windows Vista & Windows 7:
Remove from Windows 8: