MyTransitMapper Toolbar

What is MyTransitMapper Toolbar?

MyTransitMapper Toolbar might be considered as a useful addition to your browsers if you are a big traveler, but we must tell you what we have found out about this questionable browser extension so that you can make up your mind about it. Our malware specialists at have concluded after deep analysis that this tool is yet another potentially unwanted program (PUP) from the well-know creators of questionable and bad toolbars we usually refer to as the Mindspark family. This family contains dozens of similar and identical extensions that may pose a potential threat to your system. To be more precise, it is the promoted search engine that might cause the potential exposure to questionable third-party advertisements and sponsored links. Engaging with such content could lead to more serious infections and visiting malicious websites built to scam unsuspecting users. All in all, we suggest that you remove MyTransitMapper Toolbar as soon as possible because this PUP may not be as reliable as you may think.testtest

Where does MyTransitMapper Toolbar come from?

QuickWeatherTracker Toolbar, LiveRadioSweeper Toolbar, and OnlineFormFinder Toolbar are all creations of the very same Mindspark family. This browser extension can be installed from its official webpage, This is a rather simple page with limited information as we have seen in all other cases related to this questionable family. If your system is protected by proper security software, it is possible that you cannot even load this promotional page in your browser because it may find potential threats. This is definitely not too good news when it comes to reliability. But this is not the main reason why we find this tool suspicious and recommend that you delete MyTransitMapper Toolbar from your computer.

The bad news is that we have found this extension spreading on the web via freeware bundles. This means that by having this PUP in your browsers you may also have other more serious malware infections on your system, too. A bundle may be packed with several PUPs, browser hijackers, adware programs, fake alerts, and more. It is obvious that such a package could cause multiple system security threats. It is one thing that your PC performance may drop as these programs start to operate behind your back, but they may also present to you potentially harmful third-party content. You may drop such a bundle onto your system by visiting shady file-sharing pages, such as torrent and shareware sites, and downloading free files, or simply by clicking on unsafe third-party advertisements. Since your system could be endangered by several threats, we recommend that you run a good malware scanner after you delete MyTransitMapper Toolbar from your browsers.

How does MyTransitMapper Toolbar work?

This PUP is not any different from its predecessors. It has the usual characteristic fake toolbar filled with featured quick-link buttons leading to traveling, directions, and map-related third-party websites, including,, and Below the main search box, you can also find a row of thumbnail links that take you to popular websites (e.g., Facebook, Amazon, and Yahoo). While these promoted pages may all be reliable, they might present to you third-party ads that could be injected by this PUP. Clicking on questionable advertisements is always risky as you might drop infections or open malicious websites on new tabs and new windows. This browser extension changes your homepage, new tab page, and default search engine to its customized search website.

The most important thing to know about this PUP is that it may modify search results and present to you a customized Google search results page that could contain potentially unsafe third-party ads and links. It is clear that the use of redirection to a reputable search engine serves only one purpose: To make you feel safe to click anywhere on the page. However, this PUP might be exploited by crooks who may promote malicious websites through these ads and links. One click could infect your system with serious malware threats. But you might also be redirected to websites operated by cyber crooks waiting for their next victim to scam. For instance, you might end up on a fake webshop site. Imagine purchasing a product you actually want to have and after paying by credit card, you would simply lose money from your account but not get anything in return. If you wish to stay safe from such awful scenarios, we suggest that you remove MyTransitMapper Toolbar.

How can I delete MyTransitMapper Toolbar?

Although this PUP has an uninstaller you can run via Control Panel, it only takes care of your Internet Explorer. We suggest that you reset your Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers so that you surely eliminate this questionable browser extension. Please follow our instructions below if you need assistance. We do not believe that this alone would make your PC safe again. This is why we advise you to go on with your malware hunt because you may find a number of other PUPs and malware programs if you look closer and deeper. But, if you cannot do this on your own, we recommend that you use a professional malware removal application, such as SpyHunter. Protecting your virtual world should be your priority if you do not want to end up being infected again and again.

Remove MyTransitMapper Toolbar from your browsers

Windows 8/Windows 8.1/Windows 10

  1. Press Win+X and choose Programs and features.
  2. Select the application and click Uninstall.

Windows Vista/Windows 7

  1. Open the Start menu and select Control Panel.
  2. Pick Uninstall a program.
  3. Choose the application and click Uninstall.

Windows XP

  1. Click Start and choose Control Panel.
  2. Open Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Choose the application and click Remove.

Reset your browsers

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F and go to Settings.
  2. Scroll down and click Show advanced settings.
  3. Scroll down and click Reset settings.
  4. Press Reset.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Alt+H and go to Troubleshooting Information.
  2. Press Refresh Firefox.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox in the pop-up window. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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