Remove Win32/Bluber.A Malware

Win32/Bluber.A just keeps popping up and you cannot remove it?

Trojan horses are rightfully considered to be among the worst types of parasites. If there’s a more troublesome and harmful type of malware out there, it would be ransomware. Unlike ransomware, though, Trojans work in silence. File-encrypting viruses make it very clear that your computer is compromised. Trojans, on the other hand, wreak havoc in silence. Can you see the threat already? You have a particularly stealthy and secretive infection on board. The one thing more dangerous than having your PC infected is not knowing about the parasite’s presence. Trojans are more than capable of causing irreversible damage. In order to prevent this, you have to tackle the virus. The sooner, the better. Win32/Bluber.A is a classic member of the Trojan horse family. Therefore, it follows the classic pattern. Don’t expect any originality out of this nuisance. What you should expect is trouble Win32/Bluber.A starts harassing you as soon as it lands on your device. To begin with, this program makes changes in your system registry. None of its tricks involves in any way your permission. We’re talking about a cyber infection. A program that was created by hackers. There’s no plausible scenario in which the Trojan could be harmless so be careful. Win32/Bluber.A modifies some important system files and damages others. Eventually, you won’t be able to use some programs due to the parasite’s tricks. As if that wasn’t enough, the virus could alter your default browser settings as well. Get yourself emotionally prepared to have your browsers hijacked. You might come across pop-ups, pop-unders, various product deals in various shapes, third-party ads, etc. You see, this pest could bring to you a never-ending parade of sponsored web links. If it does, you could wave surfing the Web goodbye. The virus might also redirect you to unknown websites without your permission. As mentioned, it never seeks your consent. In addition, Win32/Bluber.A poses a huge threat to your privacy. The parasite collects about as much private data as it could, including browsing history and IP addresses. If you’re especially unfortunate, the Trojan may get to some personally-identifiable data as well. Yes, that includes your bank account information. It goes without saying that hackers aren’t the right people to have access to such details. There are plenty of monetizing platforms online so crooks will indeed find a way to cause you harm. They could sell your data to unreliable third parties with unclear intentions in the blink of an eye.

Remove Win32/Bluber.A

How did I get infected with?

To put it mildly, not many people would voluntarily download malware. Let alone such a sneaky, vicious virus. Win32/Bluber.A relies on some commonly used secretive infiltration tactics. For example, spam email-attachments. Hackers often send parasites directly into your inbox. You may receive a whole bunch of infections in there. To prevent virus installation, delete such random emails or messages, especially if you don’t know their sender. Bear in mind how difficult it is to remove malware. Take care of your machine instead and always keep an eye out for parasites. The Trojan might have also gotten installed via a fake program update, bogus pop-ups or malicious torrent. These parasites also use exploit kits to get spread on the Web. To protect your device, you have to pay attention online. Remember that hackers tirelessly keep on working on new infections and they need one single minute of your negligence. Having to uninstall a Trojan horse, though, never takes just one minute. Another rule of thumb is to stay away from unverified programs or freeware bundles. Those might be hiding a whole pile of infections as well. Be cautious what you give green light to and never overlook a cyber threat.

Why is this dangerous?

Thanks to the Trojan, your PC speed is significantly slowed down. The machine crashes, freezes and you may experience The Blue Screen of Death. Win32/Bluber.A makes numerous completely unauthorized changes in your default, preferred computer settings. You’re no longer in charge of your own computer system. As long as the Trojan is present, hackers mess with your machine. They could even be granted remote control over the PC. Furthermore, cyber criminals now have access to your sensitive information. Crooks steal all your private data and you could be absolutely positive they will use it against you. To delete the Trojan manually, please follow our detailed removal guide down below.

Manual Win32/Bluber.A 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 Win32/Bluber.A
  • delete the whole folder

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

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