Dont_worry Ransomware Removal Guide

Do you know what Dont_worry Ransomware is?

If you are a Russian speaker and you cannot seem to open your personal files, it is possible that Dont_worry Ransomware has found a way to infiltrate your computer and it has encrypted all your files. This is a real nightmare in the life of a computer user if there is no backup on a removable hard disk or in cloud storage. Such a malicious attack can take a high toll as you may lose all these files. We do not advise you to pay the ransom even if this seems to be your last chance to get your files back. Experience shows that only very rarely do cyber criminals care enough to send their victims the decryption key or tool. Our researchers say that if you do not want to lose your money, too, it is best to remove Dont_worry Ransomware from your PC immediately. Once you are done with that, you can copy your backed up files back. Please continue reading to find out how you can allow such a dangerous threat to sneak onto your system in the first place.

The most likely way for you to let such a beast on board is by opening a spam e-mail. Cyber villains like to use spamming campaigns to infect multiple users in one go. This ransomware program can be delivered as an attached file. This file may appear to be a document with macro (.docx) or an image (.jpg or .bmp). But, in reality, it is an .exe file that starts up the encryption the moment you click to view it. This spam can be very convincing. Most people would not even suspect it to be a spam. The sender name and email address may look completely authentic. In fact, if you were to run a web search on the sender, chances are you would find legitimate information about it. But, of course, such cyber criminals do not always use real people even if the company or the position is real. So, it is always better to double-check if you are in doubt about a mail. If a questionable mail has an attachment, it is even more important that you contact the sender to inquire about it because it is quite possible that he or she will not even know about this mail or its attachment. Unfortunately, once you run the attached file, nothing can save you from losing your files, not even if you delete Dont_worry Ransomware in the end.

You can also infect your system with such a dangerous ransomware program if you like to download free or cracked software from unfamiliar torrent or freeware sites. Please note that these sites usually promote malicious software bundles, which may contain ransomware like this among other malicious software installers. You should be careful with your web surfing habits, too, because clicking on unreliable third-party banner or pop-up advertisements can also lead to such serious infections as you could be redirected to malicious pages created with Exploit Kits waiting for victims with outdated browsers and drivers. This is why it is so vital that you keep all your programs updated if you want to avoid having to delete Dont_worry Ransomware.Dont_worry Ransomware Removal GuideDont_worry Ransomware screenshot
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This new Russian ransomware uses the deadly combination of AES and RSA encryption algorithms to encrypt your files. This ransomware can actually target hundreds of file extensions, including .zip, .rar .7z .tar, .gzip, .gz, .tgz, .arj, .jpg, .jpeg, .psd, .cdr, .dwg, .max, .bmp, .gif, .png, .doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt, .pptx, .rtf, .pdf, .djvu, .htm, .html, .efd, .txt, .mdb, .cer, .p12, .pfx, .kwm, .pwm, .md, .mdf, .iso, .tib, .nrg, .gho, .ghost, .ghs, .bak, .bkp, .bkf, .1cd, .2cd, .1cd2, .dbf, .dd, .ert, .cf, .cfu, .erf, .epf, .dt, .cdx, .pfl, .lst, .gdb, .gbk, .fdb, .fbk, .ldf, .sql, .odt, .rn, .ifo, .lnk, .cbu, .mov, .m2v, and .dbx. If you do not have a backup, you may lose all your images, other media files, documents, archives, databases, and other third-party program files as well. You can identify the encrypted files easily because all of them have a new extension that looks like "" where the "id" is a random string that is different for each file.

The ransom note is named "Dont_Worry.txt" and it is placed in all the folders where files have been infected. This note is in Russian, hence the assumption that it is targeting Russian users mostly. You are instructed to send an email to "" with your unlock code you can find in this note. In a reply, you should get further instructions with regard to the payment process. However, you are warned that you may also receive a message claiming that this email address does not exist, in which case you are "unlucky." All in all, we do not recommend that you contact these criminals. The best you can do now is to remove Dont_worry Ransomware from your PC.

We have included our guide below this report so that you can try to manually get rid of this serious infection. However, you may not trust your IT skills enough to go against such a threat. Therefore, we also suggest that you download and install a reputable anti-malware application like SpyHunter. By using such a powerful security program you can automatically defend your PC against all possible threats either potential or malicious. We also recommend that you update all your programs on a regular basis to keep your system even safer because hackers and cyber crooks can exploit out of date software versions and drop all kinds of infections onto your computer.

Remove Dont_worry Ransomware from Windows

  1. Tap Win+E.
  2. Locate and delete all the suspicious executable files on your system ("dwintl_x64.exe" and "gwintl.exe"), including your default download folders: Desktop, Downloads, and %Temp%
  3. Delete all "Dont_Worry.txt" ransom notes from every folder.
  4. Empty your Recycle Bin.
  5. Reboot your system.

In non-techie terms:

Dont_worry Ransomware is a dangerous Russian ransomware program that can encrypt all your important files in a matter of minutes, which means that by the time you may realize that something is off, you may have lost your files and never access them again. Hopefully, you do have a backup copy stored safely on a removable drive or in cloud. Even if you believe that paying the ransom fee these attackers demand from you will help you recover your files, we must warn you that there is only little chance that this will ever happen. It is more likely that such criminals attack you again or simply disappear into thin air after they get your money. We believe that it is best for you to remove Dont_worry Ransomware as soon as you can. You do not need to force manual removal, of course, you can always install a trustworthy anti-malware program for the automatic protection of your computer.