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Category: Browser Hijackers

If you are introduced to an installer asking you to let in, we suggest assessing the installer you are using because the chances are that you might be introduced to malware. This hijacker always comes along with an add-on named “Local Classified Listing,” and both of these pieces were created by Polarity Technologies Ltd. Although an official download page for this software exists, it was found that Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer users are often introduced to the installer via software bundles or when they interact with ads and pop-ups online. Unfortunately, other unreliable programs could be installed along with the hijacker and the suspicious extension, and so it is possible that you have more problems than you think. We recommend installing a trusted malware scanner to learn if you need to remove anything else. Hopefully, that is not what you need to worry about, and, instead, you can focus on deleting

Polarity Technologies Ltd. has created tons of hijackers similar to A few of them are and These hijackers are usually represented using extensions that have official download pages. The “Local Classified Listing” extension is officially offered at, and, currently, the installer works for Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer users. The installer for the Chrome browser should have been available at the Chrome web store, but it does not exist right now, and so the installer does not work for the users of this browser. All in all, the suspicious manifests on different browsers in unique ways. On Chrome, it should only take over the New Tab. On Firefox and Internet Explorer, it should change the homepage and default search provider too, which is why it is classified as a browser hijacker. Even if you have agreed to have your browser modified, you still should consider removing this infection, and the sooner you take care of it, the better.

Do you need a program to provide you with easy-access links to,,, and websites? Although they are not malicious, and you might have use for them, that is not worth installing “Local Classified Listing” over. Although it lists a few useful sites, it also collects information about you with the help silent data-tracking technologies. Unfortunately, sensitive personal information could be included as well. On top of that, the search tool offered by is NOT reliable. First of all, it redirects to, which is done without permission. Also, the results are modified to show sponsored content, such as ads or paid for third-party links. Needless to say, interacting with such a search tool can be annoying and even dangerous, which is why you should stay away from it. In general, neither the add-on nor the extension it comes with is trustworthy or beneficial, and that is why we suggest deleting this software at once.

You might have noticed the instructions below already. If you follow them, you will have both Local Classified Listing and removed from your operating system completely. Of course, you still should run a full system scan to make sure that your system is clean, and if any threats are found, you must get rid of them as soon as possible. What if you cannot delete along with other threats that might be active? If that is the predicament you are in, why don’t you install a trustworthy anti-malware program? It will automatically erase every single malicious component active on your operating system. If any malicious tracking cookies exist, they will be eliminated as well. The best thing is that this program will also enable full-time protection, and that is most important. Hopefully, things are clear, and you know what to do, but if you have questions, add them to the comments section!

How to delete

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open Firefox, tap Ctrl+Shift+A, and select Extensions.
  2. Remove the undesirable add-on.

Google Chrome:

  1. Open Chrome, tap Alt+F, and select More tools.
  2. Click Extensions and then identify the unwanted add-on.
  3. Click the recycle bin next to it and choose Remove.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Access the Control Panel menu.
  2. Click Uninstall a program.
  3. Select the undesirable application and click Uninstall.
  4. Open IE, tap Alt+T, and choose Manage Add-ons.
  5. In the Search Providers menu Remove the unwanted provider.
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