What is hasplms.exe?
hasplms.exe is the file name of a Windows executable file in the length of 270 kilobytes with a VirusTotal detection rate of 3/44 or 7%. The purpose of this executable file is unknown, but it may be used to assist users with accessing their HPLIP printer software. It does not appear harmful and poses no security threats, as seen by Symantec’s File Insight scan for the hasplms.exe file, which rates it as “low.” Symantec has flagged it as being used to assist a user in accessing the HPLIP software.
The purpose of the hasplms.exe file is unknown, but users may use it to access their HPLIP printer software. It is most likely benign, but Symantec’s File Insight scan for the file, conducted on February 19, 2017, indicates that some versions of this executable file are used to assist a user in accessing the HPLIP software.
How to identify if you have it
Symantec’s File Insight scan indicates that thehasplms.exe file is not dangerous and is not launched by an external application. The scan on January 26, 2017, indicates that the file is installed in C:\Windows\System32\, indicating that an application with administrator privileges had created it. The file is located in a version-specific folder which can be viewed from Windows’ system information (explorer) or assistance files (attrib) tools. The file is in the Windows system folder, C:\Windows\System32\, which contains roughly 27,000 files and folders.
How to remove & uninstall hasplms.exe
The hasplms.exe file can be removed from the computer to prevent it from being used maliciously. Suppose the isplms.exe file persists after being removed. In that case, Symantec recommends contacting the hardware manufacturer for assistance with removing the file from your system if Windows has not automatically removed it as hasplms.exe is considered non-systemic and cannot be automatically detected by an anti-virus solution and removed automatically by Windows.
hasplms.exe’s purpose is unknown, but the scan conducted by File Insight indicates that it may be used to assist a user in accessing their HPLIP printer software. It is most likely benign because Symantec’s File Insight scan indicates that some versions of this executable file are used to assist a user in accessing the HPLIP software.
Symantec’s file insight scan has rated hasplms.exe as being “low,” which means that it poses no immediate threat and should be considered non-malicious. However, Symantec recommends contacting the hardware manufacturer for assistance if the hasplms.exe file persists after removal. There are further concerns concerning hasplms.exe’s purpose and impact on a system’s security on the system it is installed on.
This file is best left alone as it is not a security threat, even though the overall danger level associated with unknown files is generally considered high. Furthermore, no online instructions can assist a user in executing hasplms.exe or removing it. It means that hasplms.exe will remain on users’ computers unless it is removed manually by the user or by one of them.
The hasplms.exe file does not appear to be dangerous and does not appear to attack users’ systems. There are no instructions for removing (uninstalling) the hasplms.exe file from the Internet as it is not a standard file and is not usually used in computers by owners of those computers or malware creators. It means that if you have this file on your computer, it is probably because you manually installed it yourself. As a result, you will likely be unable to find any instructions online for removing the hasplms.exe file as it is not commonly used.
If you want to remove the hasplms.exe file, you must play with Java applets. There is no unique process that must be followed to uninstall the hasplms.exe file, and there are no instructions online that can help you remove this file from your computer if it is causing problems on your system.
Where is it located?
The hasplms.exe file can be found in the Windows system folder, C:\Windows\System32\, and the hasplms.exe file can be found on the system drive C:\Windows\System32\. The hasplms.exe file is located inside structure folders shown in Windows’ reliability and performance toolbox (structure) from Windows 7+ operating systems. Windows 10 (and possibly Windows 8.1) operating systems will show files and folders located to the right of the current folder when one clicks or double-clicks on the start button. On Windows 10, clicking on the start button will open up a window that shows other folders and windows on the left side in addition to the start button.
How it compromised your computer
The hasplms.exe file is not used by malware or spyware to infect computers. The hasplms.exe file is most likely installed on a computer by the user or by a malicious application. The hasplms.exe file was not installed automatically as part of an exploit, nor does it appear to be associated with any malicious software as seen by Symantec’s File Insight scan for the hasplms.exe file, which rates it as being “low.”It is recommended that you remove the
The hasplms.exe is a file user may use to access their HPLIP printer software. It is not considered dangerous and has no known malicious purposes. Still, Symantec recommends removing it if it persists after being removed by Windows or if there are concerns over its purpose or danger level associated with the file.