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Remove DNRansomware virus (Virus Removal Guide) - Decryption Methods Included

removal by Linas Kiguolis - - | Type: Ransomware

All victims of DNRansomware can use the same decryption password to restore their files now

Have you been infected with a ransomware that calls itself DNRansomware virus? If so, you can decrypt[1] your files for free. DNRansomware virus, also known as DN ransomware virus or DoNotOpen ransomware is currently on the hunt for new victims and is believed to be distributed via mail spam[2] campaigns. For data encryption, the virus uses a static key[3] and then launches a lock screen, which contains some information about the infection. According to this ransom note, the virus claims to be using “extremely powerfull new RIJNDAEL encryption.” Let us explain what Rijndael is – it is simply the old name of AES cipher[4].
Picture of DNRansomware virus

Questions about DNRansomware virus

During the encryption, this hideous virus adds .fucked extensions to files that it affects. The virus wants to get 0.5 BTC from the victim (and says that it is equal to 864.98 USD, which is absolutely not true). At the moment of writing this article, 0.5 Bitcoin was equal to 460,82 USD. You shouldn’t follow any commands by cyber criminals and insert 83KYG9NW-3K39V-2T3HJ-93F3Q-GT into the password box and click “Decrypt!” This will decrypt all files with .fucked extensions for free. You will also have to scan the system with anti-malware tools such as ReimageIntego or SpyHunter 5Combo Cleaner and see if there are any DNRansomware leftovers. You must remove DNRansomware files in order to clean the system entirely, so be attentive and use proper tools for DNRansomware removal. We definitely do not recommend you to try deleting the virus manually!

How can I avoid ransomware attacks?

Word “Ransomware” instantly reminds us of standard malware dissemination techniques[5]. There is nothing interesting about methods that are used to spread ransomware – cyber criminals typically rely on good old distribution tactics such as mail spam or exploit kits. To spread the virus via email, criminals obfuscate the malicious file by renaming it into something like Document/Invoice/Scan/Report/Phone bill/CV and so on. Sometimes such file has double file extensions such as .pdf.exe, and in such case, it is enough to open the file to activate the ransomware. In some other cases, the attached document contains scrambled text and asks the victim to enable Macros function. If the victim enables this function, the malicious Macro script added to the document downloads the ransomware from a remote server. And finally, we have mentioned exploit kits – these are simply set of tools meant to scan the victim’s system for vulnerable software and use it to infect the computer with malware. Exploit kits are typically hosted on infectious websites, so we suggest you to avoid visiting unknown websites!

How can I remove DNRansomware malware from my computer?

It is easy to remove DNRansomware virus if you have an anti-malware program. If you do not, we highly suggest you install it. It is better to use automatic tool for DNRansomware removal because even if it is a poorly made ransomware, it is still a very dangerous piece of software. You can delete the virus using ReimageIntego or SpyHunter 5Combo Cleaner programs, or Malwarebytes if you wish. Before you start one of these programs, reboot your PC using instructions provided below.

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If you failed to remove virus damage using Reimage Intego, submit a question to our support team and provide as much details as possible.
Reimage Intego has a free limited scanner. Reimage Intego offers more through scan when you purchase its full version. When free scanner detects issues, you can fix them using free manual repairs or you can decide to purchase the full version in order to fix them automatically.
Alternative Software
Different software has a different purpose. If you didn’t succeed in fixing corrupted files with Reimage, try running SpyHunter 5.
Alternative Software
Different software has a different purpose. If you didn’t succeed in fixing corrupted files with Intego, try running Combo Cleaner.

To remove DNRansomware virus, follow these steps:

Remove DNRansomware using Safe Mode with Networking

Before you start DNRansomware removal, enter this code in the screen lock window: 83KYG9NW-3K39V-2T3HJ-93F3Q-GT. Then your files will be decrypted. Instructions provided below are meant to help you to remove DN ransomware successfully. Keep in mind that computer must be loaded in a Safe Mode with Networking before you run antivirus or anti-malware scan with a proper software.

  • Step 1: Reboot your computer to Safe Mode with Networking

    Windows 7 / Vista / XP
    1. Click Start Shutdown Restart OK.
    2. When your computer becomes active, start pressing F8 multiple times until you see the Advanced Boot Options window.
    3. Select Safe Mode with Networking from the list Select 'Safe Mode with Networking'

    Windows 10 / Windows 8
    1. Press the Power button at the Windows login screen. Now press and hold Shift, which is on your keyboard, and click Restart..
    2. Now select Troubleshoot Advanced options Startup Settings and finally press Restart.
    3. Once your computer becomes active, select Enable Safe Mode with Networking in Startup Settings window. Select 'Enable Safe Mode with Networking'
  • Step 2: Remove DNRansomware

    Log in to your infected account and start the browser. Download ReimageIntego or other legitimate anti-spyware program. Update it before a full system scan and remove malicious files that belong to your ransomware and complete DNRansomware removal.

If your ransomware is blocking Safe Mode with Networking, try further method.

Finally, you should always think about the protection of crypto-ransomwares. In order to protect your computer from DNRansomware and other ransomwares, use a reputable anti-spyware, such as ReimageIntego, SpyHunter 5Combo Cleaner or Malwarebytes

Choose a proper web browser and improve your safety with a VPN tool

Online spying has got momentum in recent years and people are getting more and more interested in how to protect their privacy online. One of the basic means to add a layer of security – choose the most private and secure web browser. Although web browsers can't grant full privacy protection and security, some of them are much better at sandboxing, HTTPS upgrading, active content blocking, tracking blocking, phishing protection, and similar privacy-oriented features. However, if you want true anonymity, we suggest you employ a powerful Private Internet Access VPN – it can encrypt all the traffic that comes and goes out of your computer, preventing tracking completely.


Lost your files? Use data recovery software

While some files located on any computer are replaceable or useless, others can be extremely valuable. Family photos, work documents, school projects – these are types of files that we don't want to lose. Unfortunately, there are many ways how unexpected data loss can occur: power cuts, Blue Screen of Death errors, hardware failures, crypto-malware attack, or even accidental deletion.

To ensure that all the files remain intact, you should prepare regular data backups. You can choose cloud-based or physical copies you could restore from later in case of a disaster. If your backups were lost as well or you never bothered to prepare any, Data Recovery Pro can be your only hope to retrieve your invaluable files.

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  1. Sergio says:
    January 24th, 2017 at 8:54 am

    Thanks a lot! I was about to pay the ransom already… Im glad that I didnt!

  2. Juliane24 says:
    January 24th, 2017 at 8:54 am

    What a foolish ransomware… Its authors are major losers!

  3. Guerln says:
    January 24th, 2017 at 8:55 am

    epic. I believe it is one of the worst attempts to create a ransomware ever. Experts cracked it in a day or so.

  4. chasenstatus says:
    January 24th, 2017 at 8:56 am

    Ahh!!! I recovered my files! Thank you so much, guys! You saved my life, literally.

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