What is dosearches? researchers warn that you need to be extra cautious about dosearches. This is a browser hijacker which is represented through an allegedly reliable search tool. The search engine has been developed by Seablue Technology Limited and we have no doubt that this company has no regard for your virtual security. What do they want then? The answer is simple and straightforward – they want money. As research has revealed, suspicious software developers can sell information collected by installed web cookies or they can earn money by redirecting you to random sites without your consent. For example, if you browse the unreliable search engine you will be forwarded to the Yahoo search page This is extremely suspicious, and so we recommend that you delete dosearches hijacker as soon as possible.

Why should you remove dosearches?

The questions is – why should you not remove This search engine not only records your online activity or exposes security vulnerabilities, it also is completely useless. Why would you run a search engine which cannot provide you with authentic and useful search results? Note that even Yahoo search results are filtered and offer advertisement-supported results, which is why it is important that you replace the unreliable search tools with the more reliable ones.


Experienced spyware researchers warn that it is extremely dangerous to trust websites which are linked to browser hijackers. Therefore, if you continue running the browser hijacker it is likely that sooner or later you will expose Windows security vulnerabilities. Note that unauthorized redirecting and even reappearing advertisements could lead to serious security issues. We have discovered this by researching,, and hijackers. All of these infections act in the exact same manner because they all reconfigure browser settings to disable straightforward removal operations. Therefore, even if you know how to change home page and search provider settings, you may struggle with removal. Luckily, we can help you in this situation.

How to remove dosearches?

Windows security is extremely important if you do not want your personal virtual security breached by schemers. Unfortunately, it is almost impossible to ensure reliable protection without the assistance of authentic software. Therefore, we recommend utilizing reliable malware detection and removal software (e.g. SpyHunter) to delete dosearches and ensure that schemers cannot take over your system or web browsers again. Of course if you must, you can remove the infection manually using the guides presented below. Firstly, perform these steps:

  1. Locate the shortcut you use to launch the browser and right-click it.
  2. Select Properties, click the Shortcut tab and navigate to Target.
  3. Make sure the last word in the line is iexplore.exe, chrome.exe or firefox.exe. Click OK.

Remove from web browsers

Remove from Google Chrome:

  1. Open Chrome and simultaneously tap Alt+F.
  2. Select Settings and move to On Startup.
  3. Click Set pages, overwrite/remove the presented URL and click OK.
  4. Move to Appearance and click Change.
  5. Change/delete the displayed URL representing the home page and click OK.
  6. Finally go to Search, select a new default search provider and click Manage Search Engines. Click OK.

Remove from Internet Explorer:

  1. Open Internet Explorer and simultaneously tap Alt+T.
  2. Select Manage Add-ons and then click Search Providers.
  3. Set a new default search provider, Remove the undesirable one and then click Close.
  4. Tap Alt+T again and select Internet Options.
  5. Click the General tab located on the left.
  6. Overwrite/delete the Home Page URL and click OK.

Remove from Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open Firefox and click the search provider icon placed on the search box (top right of the page).
  2. Select Manage Search Providers, locate the undesirable provider, Remove it and click OK.
  3. Now simultaneously tap keys Alt+T to open the Tools menu and click Options.
  4. Click the General tab, replace the undesirable URL under Home Page and click OK.

In case you have utilized the manual removal instructions presented in the article, you should install authentic Windows security software to keep the system guarded in the future. If this is not what you want, we urge to at least examine the operating system with a reliable, free-of-charge scanner which you can install by clicking the download button below.

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  1. Hugo de San Félix

    Espectacular, 10 points, very usefull

  2. Hi Lisa,
    Thank you for your kind info regarding the dosearch removal actions. This was really helpful. I tried everything that you have mentioned. It did remove lots of malware and trojans and many more enemies, But the home page still showed up with site. And so I reinstalled the google chrome browser and that is working fine. But I still have problem with Internet Explorer. When I click "Use Default" option in "General" tab in "Internet Options", the "Home Page" still gets filled automatically with "" and which means there is still something about this dosearch that is not yet removed from my pc. How do I remove this and make the use of the "Use Default" button normal as it was before? Any help would be appreciated.
    Thank you
    Kind regards

    • Hello Jayesh,

      Thanks for good words. In this case, there are "dosearche" leftovers in your registry. Try this:

      Click Start, type regedit into search bar. In the registry editor navigate to Edit->Find. Type dosearches , remove everything that's related with it. Be careful because removing not related keys in registry can harm your computer.

      Another solution is to scan your computer with Spyhunter and after scan, manually remove all files related with dosearches.

  3. It doesn't work. I have dosearches infesting Chrome, but none of the listen files is in the Register. Neither Kaspersky nor Spybot find it, but Spyhunter claims to., However, most of these antivirus progs seem to be scams as far as I can see. I have already paid for Spybot and Kaspersky and I can't afford any others.

  4. This doesn't seem to work my internet explorer keeps going back to I have the windows 8 computer .I have Internet explorer on my start screen and on my Taskbar and only the one on my taskbar keeps doing this .Help?

  5. I've removed that awful advert spamming dosearches from my computer with your recommendations. going to turn off and on again, and hope it\'s problem free thanks to your advice.

  6. many many thanks dear Lisa for this .
    dosearch had been a nightmare. I tried everything, including purchasing a search software that did not help.
    You are doing a very big service to many people.
    big hug from Israel.

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