What is EPilot?

There is a good chance that a cookie called EPilot can be found on your browser. On Google Chrome, for example, you can find the list of all cookies at chrome://settings/siteData (enter this path into the address bar of the browser to access the list). The access to the cookies’ list on other browsers is a little more complicated, but we can help you delete EPilot. Why should you eliminate this HTTP/web/tracking cookie? In fact, we cannot tell you to do it, and it is your decision whether or not you wish to go through with it. That being said, there are some things that might weigh your decision, and our research team has thoroughly inspected the suspicious cookie to provide you with the most relevant information. If you choose not to remove it, you will at least have more information about it. If you decide that you do want to get rid of it, we have added a guide that should help you. Of course, we have created guides that show how to clear the most popular web browsers, and if you need our assistance clearing others, you should not hesitate to leave us a comment below.

How does EPilot work?

EPilot, as you can guess, is linked to epilot.com. This website offers business listings and a search tool to find repair centers, car shops, restaurants, bakeries, and other businesses in a chosen location. Based on the information available in the Privacy Policy page (epilot.com/lcldsc/npress_privacy.html), it appears to be created by Local.com Ltd. A Privacy Policy is one of the most important statements you can find online about any given service, and you should review it before using new services or visiting new websites. The statement supporting the services of EPilot discusses the use of cookies at length as well. According to it, cookies are used for the improvement and quality of the provided services. They record language, location, IP address, and other preferences that might make it easier for the user to enjoy the site. For example, once you set the search location on the website, you shouldn’t need to reset it again and again due to the data recorded by web cookies. Obviously, if you think about this only, it is unlikely that you will want to remove cookies. Unfortunately, that is not all that we need to look at.

If you use EPilot services, third-party tracking cookies will be placed on your browser to record data about you and your activity as well. This is nothing too surprising and out-of-the-ordinary, but when you realize that you do not know who these third-parties are, you might change your mind about unfamiliar web cookies. Cookies can record your browsing history, monitor your interaction with advertisements and websites, and help unknown parties target you with more interesting content, which includes ads. On top of that, EPilot cookies might record information about your computer, browsers, applications, and even hardware. Most users are likely to find this kind of activity to be intrusive, and that might be the deciding factor when considering the removal of web cookies.

How to delete EPilot

If you want to remove EPilot cookie, you need to think which other cookies might have been placed on your web browser. If you visited epilot.com, the chances are that this is not the only data tracker user by the website. On top of that, it is hard to say which third-party cookies were placed along with it without your knowledge. Therefore, although you might want to delete EPilot alone, we suggest that you clear all cookies. While you are at it, you might as well clear the cache, browsing history, and other browsing data. If you are intimidated by this process, we can assure you that you do not need to be. All you have o do is access a menu, mark a few boxes, and perform a clearing. If you are inexperienced, we can help you move through the process smoothly and effortlessly. All you need to do is take the steps shown in the instructions below. If you have questions about the process, add them to the comments section below.

Removal Instructions

Internet Explorer

  1. Launch IE and tap keys Ctrl+Shift+Del to open the Delete Browsing History menu.
  2. Mark appropriate boxes, click Delete, and restart the browser.


  1. Click Safari in the menu bar, click Preferences, and move to the Privacy tab.
  2. Click Manage Website Data to find all cookies, click Remove All, and restart the browser.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch Chrome and tap keys Ctrl+Shift+Del to open the Clear All History menu.
  2. Choose a time range, mark appropriate boxes, click Clear data, and restart the browser.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Firefox and tap keys Ctrl+Shift+Del to open the Clear browsing data menu.
  2. Choose a time range, mark appropriate boxes, click Clear Now, and restart the browser. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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