How to Remove Suspicious.Cloud Trojan Horse

Suspicious.Cloud just keeps popping up and you cannot remove it?

Suspicious.Cloud is a hazardous family of Trojans that causes severe damages to your system if you let it. Don’t delay deleting this malware! Take immediate action towards its removal! If you don’t, you’ll be stuck with a big, giant mess to clean up. Once the Trojan slithers into your computer, it does everything it can to compromise your system. Also, it attempts to steal your private information and use it for the benefit of the people behind it. It’s a real plague to deal with. The intrusive, dangerous, and damaging Trojan jeopardizes your personal and financial, as well as your system’s, security. Don’t take such a gamble as you will surely regret it! Unless you remove the Trojan from your PC the first chance you get, there’s a big chance it will mess up your system beyond repair. So, if you wish to protect both yourself and your system, take heed and delete Suspicious.Cloud as soon as you possibly can!


How did I get infected with?

Suspicious.Cloud usually infiltrates your computer with the help of the old but gold means of invasion. That means it resorts to hiding behind freeware or spam email attachments, or corrupted links or websites. What’s more, the Trojan can also slither its way in by pretending to be a fake system or program update, like Adobe Flash Player or Java. If you wish to prevent such a hazardous infection from sneaking into your computer, make sure to NOT give into distraction, gullibility, and haste! They’re not your friends! They’re your enemies. If you make the foolish choice to trust them nonetheless, you’ll regret it as they only lead to unpleasant repercussions, headaches, and troubles. Don’t throw caution to the wind, but, instead, be extra careful! After all, a little extra attention can go a long, long way.

Why is this dangerous?

Suspicious.Cloud is extremely deceitful. The Trojan is composed of a bunch of corrupted files that appear to be entirely legitimate and trick your computer into thinking they are real, helpful files. Don’t fall victim to this fake image of credibility! It’s why Suspicious.Cloud is so dangerous. Due to the credible appearance, your system cannot adequately defend itself from the Trojan’s harm. All of the infected files that make up the Trojan bear names of actual programs, which makes their detection so difficult. For example, the Trojan’s presence often leads to the sudden appearance of AV programs. Naturally, they’re utterly bogus and do nothing positive for your computer. These fake AV tools have one purpose – to steal your personal and financial information. By consistently displaying made-up results of the false system scans they supposedly perform, they aim to persuade you to provide your private details to procure their help in removing this presumed threats that are plaguing your PC. Don’t fall for their deception! Don’t be just another victim to the deceitful Suspicious.Cloud! Spare yourself a ton of headaches and troubles by removing it from your system at the first opportune moment. Don’t allow malicious strangers with questionable agendas to get their hands on your privacy! Delete the Trojan at once!

Manual Suspicious.Cloud Removal Instructions

STEP 1: Windows 8 Removal

STEP 2: Windows 7/XP/Vista Removal

STEP 1: Start Your Computer into Safe Mode with Networking in Windows 8

  • Make sure you do not have any floppy disks, CDs, and DVDs inserted in your computer
  • Move the mouse to the upper right corner until the windows 8 charm menu appears
  • Click on the magnifying glass


  • select Settings
  • in the search box type Advanced
  • On the left the following should appear


  • Click on Advanced Startup Options
  • Scroll down a little bit and click on Restart Now


  • Click on Troubleshoot


  • Then Advanced options


  • Then Startup settings


  • Then Restart


  • When you see this screen press F5 – Enable Safe Mode with Networking



STEP 2: Start Your Computer into Safe Mode with Networking in Windows 7/XP/Vista

  • Make sure you do not have any floppy disks, CDs, and DVDs inserted in your computer
  • Restart the computer
  • When you see a table, start tapping the F8 key every second until you enter the Advanced Boot Options

kbd F8

  • in the Advanced Boot Options screen, use the arrow keys to highlight Safe Mode with Networking , and then press ENTER.


STEP 3: Locate the startup location

  • Once the operating system loads press simultaneously the Windows Logo Button and the R key.


  • A dialog box should open. Type “Regedit”


Depending on your OS (x86 or x64) navigate to:

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run] or
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run] or

  • and delete the display Name: backgroundcontainer

delete backgroundcontainer


  • Then open your explorer and navigate to:


where %LocalAppData% refers to:

  • delete the whole folder

Double check with any antimalware program for any leftovers. Keep your software up-to date.

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