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By Virus Removal is a malicious redirection virus and browser hijacker that modifies your browser’s homepage, default search engine and causes redirects of webpages. may look like a legitimate website created to assist users with their search sessions. However, security experts and malware researchers started to classify this threat as browser hijacker due to its constant redirections to potentially unwanted websites.

Once installed, virus changes your DNS settings and hijacks the main browsers like Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Firefox. That results in continuous redirections to domain This browser hijacker virus is spread by using spam e-mail attachments, freeware or shareware programs. collects and stores all information about internet users activity, logs every visited website. All gathered data is sent to marketing companies. The company that is responsible for developing malware, pays a certain amount per install for their affiliates, and this is the reason why it is exploited by so many online marketers.

Automatic Virus Removal

Download and install SpyHunter to detect and remove it.


Windows XP/Vista/7/8. Internet Explorer 6.0 or later

  1. Install SpyHunter by double-clicking the downloaded file. Follow the on-screen instructions
  2. SpyHunter will automatically scan and detect threats

Learn more about SpyHunter (EULA) and How to Install | Uninstall Instructions

Note: download size is 3.0 MB. SpyHunter trial version offers an unlimited number of scans and detections. You can remove detected files, processes and registry entries yourself or purchase a full version.

Manual Virus removal

Important Note: Virus can be removed manually, however any mistakes can lead your PC to permanent damage of the system. Therefore a manual removal process is highly recommended for IT experts and system administrators. For regular users, team recommends using SpyHunter or any other reputable security application.

1. To remove Virus, check your Add/Remove Programs list in Control Panel (Start -> Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs). In the list search for apps related to and then choose ‘Uninstall’.

2. Delete any browser plugin related to “”:

Firefox -> Add-ons -> Extensions.
Google Chrome -> Settings -> Extensions.
Internet Explorer -> Manage add-ons ->Toolbars and Extensions.

3. Also remove from your browsers:

Internet Explorer:
Tools -> Internet options -> General tab. Enter your desired website to make it the default homepage.

Google Chrome:
Settings -> Appearance. Enter your desired website to make it the default homepage.

Mozilla Firefox:
Options -> General tab -> Startup. Enter your desired website to make it the default homepage.

4. Delete any folder related to “” from the following folders:

  • %ProgramFiles%
  • %AppData%
  • %ProgramData%
  • %LocalAppData%


16 Responses to Virus Removal

  1. Jamie says:

    I can’t find anything related to dosearches when trying to uninstall. I’ve ran malwarebytes and removed everything. I’ve also removed all extensions and made google my default under settings. Dosearches is still there. Any other ideas?

  2. Matt says:

    thanks guys good info very helpful

  3. Richard Volz says:

    This is a real pain in the A**.I don’t even know how it got on my computer. I hope that spyhunter software will kill it.

  4. Paul Fannon says:

    Get rid of this bloody program.

  5. Lynn says:

    I can’t find anything related to dosearches when trying to uninstall. I’ve also removed all extensions and made google my default under settings. Dosearches is still there. Any other ideas?

  6. Nancy Willis says:

    I can not remove Doserarchers from my computer. Help, Please

  7. Roger Madsen says:

    I had to go to my last restore point to clean it out. I’m still removing it from the browser search engines and all the other junk that are put in their.

  8. yoshy says:

    Hi, sorry bout the fake name i dont like using it for comments.

    I checked all directories, Deleted all cookies and removed all PUP’s using avast and malwarebytes. i still have dosearches any ideas?

  9. Teine Samoa says:


  10. AlfNagan says:

    I had to run REGEDIT, then repeat search for all instances of “dosearches” and delete/replace it with my default homepage – or whatever your own preferred page is. Nasty.

  11. S says:

    Please help I cannot get rid of dosearches

  12. denise viens kirkpatrick says:

    Please remove from computer

  13. susan faye says:

    I have been hijacked by dosearches&snapdo, will not uninstall snap do on programs uninstalled. Failed all attempts that are suggested soo,next step is to try utube how to uninstall & has been highly recommended to me to use Mozilla Firefox for my browser instead of Chrome as it does have more spyware and infection protection. Also, discovered just how much my Computer has been overtaken with these types of virus/infections/conduit’s ect. Best of Luck to All. I may have to get a Computer Tech tune up which could cost up to 4hundred dollar’s that is ridiculous,why has AntiNorton Virus have the spyware needed for these types of invader’s?
    kindly best luck to all Sue

  14. Hundook says:

    Open RegEdit, search for dosearch.
    Remove from the end of the shell open command for IE, Chrome etc.

    Use regedit carefully.

  15. Sam says:

    Go to control panel on computer and hit uninstall programs. Up the top of the page it will have a search bar type in and it will come up with all programs that are to do with the program an then you can delete it

  16. none says:

    Changed my default home page to google before I uninstalled dosearches… I also went into browser addons and removed dosearches from my IE addons… once uninstalled I was back to normal…thanks for the info

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