What is is a search tool that the installer of My Local Transit forces on all users. Of course, you do not need to install this extension, but if you choose to do so, you have no other choice but to accept the suspicious search tool as your new homepage, New Tab page, or default search provider. Due to this, we classify this search tool as a browser hijacker. Whether or not you have installed it yourself, you need to consider removing it because it does not really offer highly useful services. Of course, it showcases some useful links, and users might find it beneficial to have all of them available from one spot, but there are security risks you would be taking by using this search tool too, and this is what you need to focus on. Did you know that your virtual security could be jeopardized by the seemingly beneficial search tool and the extension? If you need more information about this, you might want to continue reading. If you just want to delete, go check out the guide below.testtest

How does work? is a hijacker that has the same interface as,,, and tons of other hijackers that our research team has reviewed in the past. This is because Polarity Technologies Ltd. stands behind all of these hijackers, as well as the extensions promoting them. Yes, although My Local Transit seems like a useful extension, in fact, it was built only to promote the hijacker. It has no other purpose. Once the add-on is installed, the hijacker is set in place to promote a suspicious search tool and a bunch of easy-access links. The general ones include,,, and several others. Then, you have links that are meant to correspond to the theme of the extension, which, of course, is “transit.” Because of that, you also have links to,,, and other websites that are meant to provide you with maps and travel-related info. This is not what we need to focus on when discussing the removal of

Yahoo Search is the provider to which redirects to. Although some users will think this is a good thing, it is not. The redirecting is performed without permission, and the results are modified to showcase links that represent sponsored content. It might be safe to interact with these links, but it also could be dangerous. After all, you know nothing about the advertisers working with the creator of hijacker. That is not the only danger. According to our research, personally identifiable data could be recorded while interacting with, and since third parties might have access to this data, you really should need no other reason to delete this threat. Considering that does not really offer anything highly useful, you should not hesitate to delete it from your operating system. It must be noted that this hijacker is attached to My Local Transit, and so you cannot delete one or the other. Both have to be eliminated together.

How to delete

Have you let in by downloading My Local Transit from or (only for Chrome users)? If this is the case, you only need to worry about eliminating the add-on. However, if the hijacker was installed along with other threats, you will need to eliminate them too. In this case, manual removal might not be the best option. Instead, it is recommended that you employ anti-malware software if you are dealing with other threats. Although you might be installing it to clean your system, you should also install it to help you maintain your system’s protection. If your operating system is protected at all times, you will not need to worry about hijackers or other kinds of threats invading again. If you want to discuss virtual security or the removal of further, we are here. Just add your comment below.

How to remove My Local Transit and

Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser and tap Alt+F keys.
  2. Select More tools and then Extensions.
  3. Remove the undesirable add-on.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser and tap keys Ctrl+Shift+A.
  2. In the Add-ons Manager click Extensions.
  3. Remove the undesirable add-on.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Open the Control Panel menu from the Start menu.
  2. Navigate to Uninstall a program (or Add or Remove Programs for Windows XP users).
  3. Uninstall (or Remove) the undesirable program. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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