I installed the
GoToMeeting.app because a client used it. I no longer need it, but I can't seem to remove it. Its burrowed in worse than most malware found on a PC.
I tried a simple drag and drop from the
Applications folder to the
Trash, but that did not work.
I then dropped into the command line:
$ ls /Applications/Go* /Applications/GoToMeeting: GoToMeeting (3019).app GoToMeeting (3356).app GoToMeeting (3277).app GoToMeeting (3499).app $
$ sudo rm -rf /Applications/GoToMeeting* $ ls /Applications/Go* $
Finally, reboot and then:
$ ls /Applications/Go* GoToMeeting (WWW).app GoToMeeting (XXX).app GoToMeeting (YYY).app GoToMeeting (ZZZ).app $
So I get another set of them.
Something is running in privileged mode, and it seems to be hiding itself:
$ sudo find /Library -iname GoToMeeting 2>/dev/null $ $ sudo ps -A | grep -i GoToMeeting 13644 ttys000 0:00.00 grep -i GoToMeeting $
The hit above is the terminal session searching for the process.
How do I completely remove this application?