DNS Unlocker app inundates one’s browser with excessive ads under the guise of providing web traffic filtering features, so get rid of this adware right away.
There is a fine line between legit and adware backed ecommerce. What is more, the average user may find it hard to tell the difference with the naked eye. It takes some system inspection and web page layout analysis to draw accurate conclusions in this regard. The criteria that matter the most are whether or not there’s a new browser add-on or plugin that’s modifying the look of visited sites, and whether identical or similar-looking ads are popping up across different domains. Speaking of DNS Unlocker program, it makes a consonant extension appear on the web service enhancements list for the browsers used on a computer, and miscellaneous items saying “Ads by DNSUnlocker” literally deluge every single page accessed via these browsers. It all appears to fit in the adware framework, and yet some further dissection of this code would make sense to better understand the essence and true motives of the application.