Sometimes adware applications spread with companion helpers, and BrickEnforcer is one of them. You are advised to remove Brick Enforcer because it might work to hinder the removal of other additional adware applications on your system. Read this article to learn more about BrickEnforcer and follow our instructions below to remove this adware application from your machine.
BrickEnforcer might be used to reinstall deleted infections that came with InstallRex installers which are known to be one of the channels how adware applications gain access to computers in general. InstallRex installers bundle legitimate applications with extra third-party applications that might not be desired by users. Such unwanted, and sometimes potentially dangerous, applications are typically installed onto computers by default. You might not be able to terminate the main adware application while BrickEnforcer is still present on your computer.
BrickEnforcer is known to associate itself with the MultiPlug engine-based adware, known examples being Unideals, Unisales, YoutubeAdBlocker, etc. Therefore, it is highly likely that it infected your system with one of these said examples. Of course, there are so many MultiPlug adware applications that you are not expected to know them all; hence, this is where a reliable malware removal tool might become handy. Invest into automatic malware removal software as it would scan your system and delete not only BrickEnforcer but all the additional malicious programs it comes with.
It might be even harder to terminate BrickEnforcer by yourself because it is known to employ different names to designate itself: GrubTartan, DemiUpgrader, StatEngine, FalconCentre, and many more, so you might have a hard time locating it on your system. Although it has been noticed that BrickEnforcer always installs itself to %ProgramFiles(x86)%\DeltaFix, we still encourage you to opt for automatic removal process.
BrickEnforcer and the additional adware it is affiliated with might get onto your computer from suspicious third-party sites, mostly pirate websites where illegal or pirated software is distributed. If you recently downloaded any illegitimate software, noticed unrecognized software in the program list, or saw ads opening up on your Internet browser, know that BrickEnforcer is on your system. Remove this adware application by following the provided instructions below, but remember that MultiPlug programs might leave malicious remains that can be detected and deleted only with antimalware software.
From Windows 8 and 8.1:
From Windows 7 and Vista:
From Windows XP: