What is Brality?

Have you downloaded Brality after seeking it out and researching it, or were you forced into doing that? Most users will have experienced the latter scenario because the suspicious extension has been found being spread via pages that push users into running the installer of this PUP (potentially unwanted program). Users are forced into acting that way because the page representing the installer goes full screen making it seem as if the browser is locked. The good news is that this is not the case, and you should be able to close the browser all by yourself, evading the installer altogether. Use the F11 button to exit full screen, o use the Alt+Tab keys to switch to the Desktop, where you can close the browser. If you have been tricked into installing the PUP already, or if it slithered in in some other way, please continue reading to learn how to delete Brality. If you still have questions for malware experts after reading this report, feel free to add them to the comments section.testtest

How does Brality work?

Brality is not represented in a transparent manner. If it is introduced to you via the forceful page – to which you could be redirected to if you interacted with an advertisement or a pop-up – you are offered the installer. This source does not reveal any useful information about the extension, but it suggests that it is offered by This website does not offer information either. In fact, its interface is identical to that of, a site that presents Pracember. This is another potentially unwanted program that our research team recommends removing. If the undesirable PUP is distributed by a third-party installer spreading multiple programs bundled together, you might not notice it at all. Overall, regardless of how you install Brality – whether that happens with or without your consent – you do not know anything about this extension, and that must be taken into consideration. After all, trusting unpredictable and mysterious programs and add-ons is always a huge risk. The same can be said about the third-party software that might have slipped in along with the PUP. If it turns out to be malicious, remove it ASAP.

What was the default search provider set up on your Google Chrome browser before letting Brality in? If it was Google Search, you might not notice that the suspicious potentially unwanted program has corrupted your search settings. This PUP redirects to the well-known search engine to make you trust its service. The problem is that Brality can track information about you in the process, and this could be dangerous. You know nothing about how this PUP records and shares information, and so you do not know if your personally identifiable information is safe. Even non-personally identifiable information could be used by unreliable parties, for example, to expose you to more attractive offers via the search results. If we take all of these things into consideration, it becomes clear that the extension that might appear to be useful to some, in fact, is a completely useless and unreliable piece of junk.

How to delete Brality

Regardless of what you thought about Brality when you let it in, you must understand by now that this extension is not reliable or useful, and that it should be deleted from your Google Chrome web browser immediately. If you ignore the potentially unwanted program, it will continue controlling your browsing activity, and that could be dangerous. Even if you choose to ignore the security-related issues, you cannot ignore the fact that the PUP is useless. Sure, it redirects to Google Search, but that is NOT a useful service. Without a doubt, you should remove Brality, and if it is the only threat active, you should be able to eliminate it using the instructions you can see below. If more infections are present, it might be best to utilize an anti-malware program to have all infections erased automatically. If you are not sure if you need to think about other threats, run a full scan.

Removal Instructions

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Simultaneously tap Alt+F to open the menu.
  3. Click More tools and then Extensions.
  4. Click the recycle bin next to the unwanted extension.
  5. Select Remove and then restart the browser. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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