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Silly Scammers

Haha, these silly scammers.  The password that the scammer quoted - is actually one I used many years ago - but haven't used for years. And I have no web cam on my computer.

 

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Hello, I know your password is : ******

 

Your computer was infected with my malware, RAT (Remote Administration Tool), your browser wasn't updated / patched, in such case it's enough to just visit some website where my iframe is placed to get automatically infected, if you want to find out more - Google: "Drive-by exploit".

 

My malware gave me full access and control over your computer, meaning, I got access to all your accounts (see password above) and I can see everything on your screen, turn on your camera or microphone and you won't even notice about it.

 

I collected all your private data and I RECORDED YOU (through your webcam) SATISFYING YOURSELF!

 

After that I removed my malware to not leave any traces.

 

I can send this video to all your contacts (email, social network), on the whole web, I can publish absolutly everything I found on your computer!

 

Only you can prevent me from doing this and only I can help you out in this situation.

 

Transfer exactly 1200$ with the current bitcoin (BTC) price to my bitcoin address.

 

It's a very good offer, compared to all that horrible shit that will happen if I publish everything!

 

You can easily buy bitcoin here: www.paxful.com , www.coingate.com , www.coinbase.com , or check for bitcoin ATM near you, or Google for other exchanger.

You can send the bitcoin directly to my address, or create your own wallet first here: www.login.blockchain.com/en/#/signup/ , then receive and send to mine.

 

My bitcoin address is: 1PTtHP1ef2vMR2z8wExq****6VB3QePFF2UiV

 

Copy and paste my address, it's (cAsE-sEnSEtiVE)

 

I give you 3 days time pay.

 

As I got access to this email account, I will know if this email has already been read.

If you get this email multiple times, it's to make sure that you read it, my mailer script is configured like this and after payment you can ignore it.

After receiving the payment, I will remove everything and you can life your live in peace like before.

 

Next time update your browser before browsing the web.

 

 

 

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Edited by: Terry Oregon on 08/08/2019 - 17:43
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You should probably edit out the bitcoin address.

Otherwise some idiot might give the scammer some money!  ;)

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You should tell them they’re in luck, you’re a Nigerian prince and you have 10,000 bitcoin in a locked wallet you’re ready to send to them but in order to get the wallet unlocked, they need to wire you $5,000.

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I had this exact email (the wording wasn’t quite the same) and it did indeed have a password I used many years ago. It came from a database breach a few years back. For someone like me reading this email is pretty hilarious, but for less technically inclined people it could be pretty terrifying, especially because it potentially contains an actual password.

It got resent to me 3 or 4 times but I guess they got bored. Surprised me when I got it as I’ve managed to keep my accounts & email pretty secure so far, I very rarely get spam that googles filter lets through.

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e1000 wrote:
You should tell them they’re in luck, you’re a Nigerian prince and you have 10,000 bitcoin in a locked wallet you’re ready to send to them but in order to get the wallet unlocked, they need to wire you $5,000.
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How much for the video?  cool

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MyRants wrote:

How much for the video?  cool


Reminds me of when I worked in construction. A guy asked me one day if I had any naked pictures of my wife. When I told him “no” he said “Do you want one?”

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I found a photo of a naked women in the bottom of a freshly delivered skip once. Shocked
she wasn’t model material.
I can see why it was in the skip.

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I received the exact e-mail a couple of months ago with a password i used to use a long time ago, but used it for quite some time.
At first i thought wtf? But then i realized it must be a scam and after searching online i saw people with the same exact text.

Turns out they used a hacked database in my case from Adobe, from years ago.

There is a site haveibeenpowned.com to check whether or not your password has been compromised.

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Yokiamy wrote:
I received the exact e-mail a couple of months ago with a password i used to use a long time ago, but used it for quite some time.
At first i thought wtf? But then i realized it must be a scam and after searching online i saw people with the same exact text.

Turns out they used a hacked database in my case from Adobe, from years ago.

There is a site haveibeenpowned.com to check whether or not your password has been compromised.


Oh yeah, I’ve seen that site! All you do is put in your NEW password, and they check it to see if anybody stole it from you! Crazy

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DavidEF wrote:
Reminds me of when I worked in construction. A guy asked me one day if I had any naked pictures of my wife. When I told him “no” he said “Do you want one?”

Lol.

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DavidEF wrote:
Yokiamy wrote:

There is a site haveibeenpwnd.com to check whether or not your password has been compromised.

Oh yeah, I’ve seen that site! All you do is put in your NEW password, and they check it to see if anybody stole it from you! Crazy

The site is actually legitimate.
A colleague who is ethical hacker uses it very often to check for breaches.

They check if your email adress is found in a database of compromised adresses

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Yokiamy wrote:
DavidEF wrote:
Yokiamy wrote:

There is a site haveibeenpwnd.com to check whether or not your password has been compromised.

Oh yeah, I’ve seen that site! All you do is put in your NEW password, and they check it to see if anybody stole it from you! Crazy

The site is actually legitimate.
A colleague who is ethical hacker uses it very often to check for breaches.

They check if your email adress is found in a database of compromised adresses


Yeah, I know. I actually really have used it before to check my status. I was just trying to keep the jokes going. LOL

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DavidEF wrote:
Yokiamy wrote:
DavidEF wrote:
Yokiamy wrote:

There is a site haveibeenpwnd.com to check whether or not your password has been compromised.

Oh yeah, I’ve seen that site! All you do is put in your NEW password, and they check it to see if anybody stole it from you! Crazy

The site is actually legitimate.
A colleague who is ethical hacker uses it very often to check for breaches.

They check if your email adress is found in a database of compromised adresses


Yeah, I know. I actually really have used it before to check my status. I was just trying to keep the jokes going. LOL

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Much of same happened @ 6 weeks ago. Jerk saw us pleasuring ourselves…LOL… have at it perv.. I just laughed as I deleted the email.

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Yes it’s a very popular scam those days, it’s even funnier when it comes translated from english to another language (ie. poor automated translation)

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Yokiamy wrote:
There is a site haveibeenpowned.com to check whether or not your password has been compromised.

I checked it and some very obscure email addresses I have used occasionally turned up a few times. Doesn’t mean password breach… just means like an email database for a forum was hacked. They might have your forum password, but not your email password.

My main gmail.com account turned up 7 times, which I thought a bit high. I changed my password earlier this year and just changed it again. A bunch of other email accounts I use for different forums came up 2 or 3 times in the list. Again… I don’t think any PW was breached on the email accounts, only a possibility for the forum ID.