Some browser hijackers appear to look like absolutely decent websites or search engines. For example, Doko-search.com is also a potentially malicious website that is often set as your default home page when you get infected with a browser hijacker, and yet, it still could trick even the most careful users. Nevertheless, if your home page gets changed without your permission, it is the first sign that your system has been trespassed by a malicious infection. You are strongly suggested to run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner and then remove Doko-search.com from your PC automatically.
This browser hijacker may be extremely intrusive as it changes shortcut settings of your default browser (be it Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox) and thus Doko-search.com remains your default home page even if you reset the browser or change the settings manually. It could also be that you have accidentally installed this browser hijacker on your computer yourself, because various additional programs that are usually unnecessary are often bundled together with freeware, and whenever you download a codec, a media player or even a program updater from a third party website, you need to read the installation steps carefully, in order to avoid potentially dangerous applications.
When your home page and default search engine get changed for Doko-search.com, you will see the top bar that is full of shortcuts to popular websites, including eBay, Amazin, and Top Sites. If you click the Top Sites button, you will be provided with a list of popular websites from various categories: News (Yahoo!, MSN), Videos (YouTube, youku, vimeo, DailyMotion), Shopping (Rokuten, Alibaba, Walmart) and so on. Another thing is that below the search bar you will always see flash advertisements. Doko-search.com even offers users and companies to “advertise with us”. Basically, anyone can embed their ads into this website, and it is very unlikely that Doko-search.com reviews them.
You will find manual instructions on how to restore your browser settings on your own, but you are also strongly advised to invest in a powerful antimalware tool that would scan your PC and check for any potential infections. Keep your system safe all the time.
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