Adware: How To Remove Kangobox


Kangobox Adware Removal

This article includes updated details to remove or uninstall Kangobox adware from Microsoft Windows systems. To report illegal and malicous websites such as Kangobox to the FBI follow this link. is a minor form of adware created by Pinball Corp, which can be a big nuisance for any victim. Kangobox may download applications to user’s computers without knowledge or consent.You may never know Kangobox has installed their software on your computer until you witness popup advertisments, which can appear at any rate or time of day as long as you are connected to the internet. You may also notice a small red box with a K in the middle while ads are generating on your computer.  Your computer may start acting poorly as the advertisements are being generated. Kangobox is capable of drastically harming the processes and speed of your computer. promotes their adware by supplying services which allow users to watch movies and TV shows, like Graboid (which is safe and legal), except Kangobox’s service is illegal to use and will infect your computer with harmful and obnixious adware.

How To Uninstall Kangobox

If you have Windows XP

Close all open programs on your computer

Go to the “Start” menu on your computer, then select “Settings

Select “Control Panel” then click on the “Add or Remove Programs” icon

Find ” KangoBox” in the list of programs, select it and click on the “Remove” button to its right

Follow the on-screen prompts to remove the application

Restart your computer

If you have Windows Vista or Windows 7

Close all open programs on your computer

Go the “Start” menu on your computer

Select “Control Panel” then click on “Programs

Then choose “Programs and Features”

Find ” KangoBox” in the program list and click “Uninstall

Follow the on-screen prompts to remove the application

Restart your computer


Use Malwarebytes

Malwarebytes has been known to detect and remove Kangobox and similar infections.
To install Malwarebytes and remove malware click here.


Sean Doyle

Sean Doyle is an engineer from Los Angeles, California. Sean's primary focuses include Internet Security, Web Spam, and Online Marketing.

Comments ( 11 )

  1. Replymartin williams
    Kangobox installed itself on my computer generating popups which is using my broadband usage with out my wishes I don't know yet wh at other damage it has caused yet
  2. ReplyMichele
    Managed to get rid Kangobox eventually by running Malwarebytes and Super anti spyware simulaniously Hope this helps
    • ReplyBerg
      Finding this post has solved my plorbem
  3. Replyhenrymartin
    Thank you!
  4. ReplyAnthony
    when i go to find it in the list it is not there. but when i look down at the gray bar at the bottom of my screen were the start menu is, its symbol is on right of the gray bar....i dont understand!!!!nothing is helping!!!!
    • ReplyAuthorAdmin
      So its not on the add/remove programs (uninstall) list? Have you searched Computer>C:>Program Files and browsed for Kangobox? Or possibly Computer>C:>Windows And again Computer>C:>Windows>Win32 The main folder should be titled "Kangobox" or "Click Potato" The easiest way to go is to simply use search. There are a ton of other ways to go about deleting Kangobox or rendering it useless: Recover/Restore your computer to a previous time before Kangobox issues. Windows Firewall Inbound and Outbound rules: Found under the "Advanced Settings" in "Windows Firewall" If you need any help feel free to send us an email or you can personally email me at
      • ReplyVanessa
        I hate Kangobox so much! thanks!
  5. ReplyChuck Dollan
    We get a lot of views from Kangobox searches. Here's a full page/more complete page, less ranty:
  6. Replychris