- Slow Computer
- System crashes
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel
Dont_worry Ransomware is a malicious application that should share similarities with AMBA Ransomware and Crypto_Lab Ransomware because they all belong to the same ransomware family. This malicious application is programmed to do only two things: 1) encrypt users’ personal files and 2) drop a ransom note on their computers. As has been observed by researchers, the ransom note this infection drops is entirely in Russian, so it is safe to say that Dont_worry Ransomware targets users speaking Russian or its author is a Russian. It is one of those nasty infections that use strong encryption algorithms to lock data on users’ computers, so we cannot promise that you will find a way to unlock those affected files without the special decryptor cyber criminals have. Of course, you will be offered to purchase it from them, but it is not smart to send money to malicious software developers, believe us. In the worst-case scenario, you will not only receive the decryptor, but you will also lose your money.
Ransomware infections are considered one of the nastiest malicious applications because they start doing their dirty job the second they infiltrate users’ computers. Dont_worry Ransomware is one of these crypto-threats, so if it ever manages to infiltrate your computer, we are sure it will not take long to find out about its successful entrance. Unlike some other ransomware infections, it does not demand money from users at first, but, instead, they need to write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information on the decryption of files. Without a doubt, you will be eventually asked to send a ransom. Its size might vary depending on the importance of these encrypted files, but you should not pay a cent to cyber criminals. We know that you need to gain access to these locked files badly, but you have to understand that paying the ransom does not necessarily mean that these files will be unlocked. There are many cases when users’ files stay encrypted and they do not even get a tool to decrypt them themselves. No matter what you decide to do, make sure you remove the ransomware infection completely ASAP because you might find all your new files encrypted too. This might happen if the ransomware infection is launched. Keep in mind that the chances to launch it accidentally are quite high because it is enough to double-click on the malicious executable to open it.
There is no doubt that Dont_worry Ransomware is the one that has locked files on your computer if you can locate the Dont_Worry.txt file in every encrypted directory. Ransomware infections are spread using several different distribution methods, so it is hard to say how it has infiltrated your computer. According to researchers at pcthreat.com, even though Dont_worry Ransomware is a newly-discovered malicious application, the chances are high that it is also primarily distributed via malicious emails. These emails contain malicious links or attachments. If a user clicks on the link/opens the attachment, the ransomware infection immediately slithers onto the computer and starts working on it, i.e. encrypting files. Users might also download ransomware infections from P2P and other similar websites containing free software, which clearly shows that users should inspect all their downloads if they do not want to end up with malicious software. In addition, our security specialists say that all users must keep reputable security software enabled on their computers all the time. If they do not notice malware trying to get onto their computers illegally themselves, it will easily detect it for them and will not allow it to enter their computers.
If your files have been encrypted and you are sure that Dont_worry Ransomware is the one that has done that, go to delete this malicious application from your system as soon as possible. Your documents, pictures, music, videos, and other files will stay encrypted, but you could go to restore them from a backup after erasing this nasty threat. Also, you will be sure that your future files are safe. Luckily, Dont_worry Ransomware is not one of those threats that drop a bunch of files and, on top of that, create entries in the system registry, so we are sure you will delete this threat without any problems if you follow the step-by-step removal guide provided below.
How to delete Dont_worry Ransomware