I installed the Hola plug-in, then deleted it; now when I go to Hulu, I'm redirected to Hola - how do I full delete Hola?
The new Firefox plug-in Hola seems to have taken over my computer. I deleted it but now when I attempt to go to Hulu (the video site) I am redirected to the Hola website and asked to dowload new software. I have a Mac running OS X 10.7.5.
This Hola program is insidious - Mozilla should ban it.
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