Inasearch.space is a domain used to refer users to a low-quality Search engine, which is associated with browser hijacking software. The browser hijacker in question should not be considered a threat, but you should know that its installation might modify your browser’s settings without your knowledge. The changes that the Inasearch.space hijacker applies are not unsafe, but they might introduce you to a new search aggregator that you are unlikely to enjoy using since it might provide search results that are not as reliable as the ones provided by Bing, Yahoo, Google, or other, reputable search service providers.
It is likely that the Inasearch.space might be installed as a browser add-on, which promises to provide the user with access to various convenient features. Unfortunately, we’ve been unable to pinpoint the exact browser extension linked to Inasearch.space so that it is impossible to give you the name of the add-ons you should avoid.
Attempting to load the homepage of Inasearch.space leads to a ‘Forbidden 403’ error, but this does not prevent the hijacker from promoting a sub-page hosted on the same site – https://inasearch.space/srch/?keyword=. The page does not display any search results and, instead, it redirects the users to Google.com. While this means that the search feature is reliable at the moment, Inasearch.space’s functionality might change at any time.
If you notice that all searches executed through your address bar are getting redirected to Inasearch.space, then you should consider checking your list of installed browser extensions for any dubious entries. You also could run a credible PC security scanner to check for PUPs or hijackers that might have brought https://inasearch.space/srch/?keyword= into your settings.