What is BlueMountain?

You do not need to remove BlueMountain from your system because it is not malicious and it will not cause any harm to you, but, of course, you have the freedom to eliminate this tracking cookie if its presence bothers you a lot or you simply do not trust it. BlueMountain is, technically, not intruder either even though you do not know anything about its appearance because it is very likely that you have agreed that it would be dropped on the system yourself. It is hard to say the exact website you have visited, but it is very likely that BlueMountain is closely associated with and Legitimate websites inform users about the use of cookies and allow users to manage them. Of course, not all the users remember clicking the Accept Cookies button themselves. As a consequence, not all of them know why certain cookies are listed under the Cookies category on their web browsers. A bunch of users cannot explain why BlueMountain has been dropped on their systems too, and there is nothing surprising about that. BlueMountain is not considered to be malicious, but you can delete it from the system if you want to.

What does BlueMountain do?

Tracking cookies are dropped on users’ computers by websites that use them to keep/get some information about users, including their preferences, online activities, habits, and other pieces of non-personally identifiable information. BlueMountain is no exception. It keeps some information too. We can assure you that BlueMountain is not malicious, but, without a doubt, cyber criminals might place cookies on users’ computers with the intention of spying them as well, so you should not browse any suspicious websites so that any of these cookies would not be dropped on your system without your knowledge and permission. Tracking cookies are not used to collect personally-identifiable information and they are usually far from being malicious; however, if you are still worried about your privacy, you should definitely take some action to minimize the potential risks. First of all, you can start using a privacy mode on your web browser. It ensures that no cookies are stored on the browser and prevents it from keeping web history. As mentioned, you should also refrain yourself from visiting suspicious websites/clicking on suspicious links so that you would not end up on a malicious website. Do not worry if you have found unfamiliar cookies dropped on the web browser you use because you could clear them with a few easy steps.

Where does BlueMountain come from?

No matter we talk about cookies or tracking cookies, none of them are real programs or malicious threats. Instead, they can be described as tiny files that contain plain text. As a consequence, it would be very naïve to expect that they are distributed the same as ordinary applications. They are not spread using typical malware distribution methods either. BlueMountain is no exception since it is a tracking cookie. As research conducted by specialists working at has shown, this cookie is also dropped on users’ computers when they open certain websites. In this case, it is very likely that these websites are two ( and, but we cannot confirm that other websites using this tracking cookie do not exist. It is not malicious, so you should not worry about its presence. Of course, feel free to eliminate it if you do not want to be tracked by the website/service provider that has dropped it on your PC.

How to get rid of BlueMountain

We are sure you will remove BlueMountain from the web browser you use manually. Unfortunately, we cannot promise that this will be a piece of cake if you have never cleaned any cookies from your web browser before, but we suspect that our manual removal guide (find it below) will surely make the removal procedure easier. Unfortunately, it is not very likely that automated security applications (aka antimalware scanners) could delete BlueMountain for you because this tracking cookie is not considered malicious. Consequently, these tools cannot detect it.

BlueMountain removal guide

Internet Explorer

  1. Open Internet Explorer and press Alt+T on your keyboard.
  2. Click Internet Options.
  3. Under Browsing history, click Delete.
  4. Enable Cookies and website data and click Delete.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Start Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Tap Alt+T and click Options.
  3. Open Privacy & Security.
  4. Click the Clear Data button under Cookies and Site Data.
  5. Check the Cookies and Site Data box.
  6. Click Clear.

Google Chrome

  1. Start Google Chrome and tap Alt+F.
  2. Select Settings from the menu and click Advanced at the bottom.
  3. Locate the Privacy and security section.
  4. Click Clear browsing data.
  5. Open the Advanced tab.
  6. Check the box next to Cookies and other site data.
  7. Click Clear data. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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