Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is a new Polarity Technologies Ltd. creation you might find set on your browsers one day. If this has already happened, and you know nothing about that, it means that they have all been hijacked. The fact that changes browsers’ settings without permission is the main reason it has been categorized as a browser hijacker as well. It has been designed to look like a legitimate search provider, but we cannot call it a trustworthy search tool you should use to perform web searches, so it would be best that you find a new search engine and set it in its place after getting rid of it. is not considered malicious, but it might still cause problems to you, so the sooner you remove it from all your web browsers, the better. We suspect that you are looking for a way to get rid of it if you have found this report and started reading it, so we promise to help you remove it. Continue reading!

Do not let the appearance of fool you – it is not what it seems to be. In other words, it is not one of the legitimate search providers, so if you want a piece of advice from us, it would be best to remove it from all affected browsers. You should not use it as your default search tool even though it does look like a powerful search engine because it might show some modified search results. To be more specific, you might be presented with various sponsored links that, theoretically, might take you to untrustworthy websites. Of course, not all these modified search results are linked to dubious websites, but you should still not use because you cannot know whether you will not be one of those users who end up on those untrustworthy pages. All these modified search results are a huge drawback of this search engine, but it is not the only reason it would be best to remove it. If it stays and you use it to perform web searches, it will record various details about you. It might even record some personal details if you enter them in the search box and, later on, might share the collected information with third parties, which would put your privacy at risk. As long as you keep set on your browsers, it will also automatically gather a bunch of non-personal details, including whether you use Windows or Mac OS, pages you visit, Internet Service Provider, IP address, your geographic location, and much more. Even though all these details cannot identify you personally, you should still not let the browser hijacker record them because nobody knows where this information will be Removal screenshot
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We do not think that you have set on your web browsers as your homepage because it is not that popular. We suspect that you have found it set on your browsers without your knowledge as hundreds of other users. As has been observed by our researchers, the majority of users downloaded and installed new software from some kind of P2P website before discovering their browsers’ settings altered, so it is very likely that Polarity hijackers are mainly spread bundled. Also, users might install the browser hijacker themselves thinking that it is a reliable application that will act in a beneficial way. If you find it difficult to recognize malware and prevent it from entering your system, you should keep security software enabled on your system 24/7. It will not allow malware to slither onto your computer no matter how harmful it is.

If your browsers have already been hijacked and you see when the browser is opened, you should go to get rid of it today because it will not remove itself from your browsers. Of course, the easiest way to delete any malicious application is to scan the system with an automated malware remover, but you can, of course, make a decision to remove this browser hijacker yourself manually. In this case, you should use our manual removal guide – it can be found below.


Internet Explorer

  1. Launch Internet Explorer and press Alt+T.
  2. Click Internet Options.
  3. Click the Advanced tab.
  4. Click Reset.
  5. Mark the box next to Delete personal settings.
  6. Click Reset.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Start Mozilla Firefox and press Alt+H.
  2. Locate Troubleshooting information in the Help menu and click it.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox.
  4. In the confirmation box, click Refresh Firefox once again.

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Press Alt+F and click Settings.
  3. Go to the very bottom of the page.
  4. Select Advanced.
  5. Click Reset.
  6. Confirm the browser reset.

In non-techie terms: is a page developed by Polarity Technologies Ltd. Even though it does look like a search provider that can be trusted, it has been classified as a browser hijacker because it usually changes browsers’ settings without permission after infiltrating users’ computers. It might display some modified search results that, in the worst-case scenario, might redirect you to dubious websites. In addition, it will record all your search queries and other information. These are two main reasons we suggest that you remove