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I got this email today. What to do? Millions — perhaps billions — of similar emails have been sent over the years, but there seems to have been a flood of them over the past few months.

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One such email, which programmer Can Duruk shared on Twitter, reads:. Well, I actually placed a malware on the porn website and guess what, you visited this web site to have fun you know what I mean. While you were watching the video, your web browser acted as a RDP Remote Desktop and a keylogger which provided me access to your display screen and webcam.

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By Rob. Have you been getting emails with one of your old passwords in the subject line and a request for money via bitcoin? This particular scam has been going on since the summer, but it's one of many scams that have been going on for years and years.

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There's a new scam going around that would terrify most people if it ever landed in their inbox. The emails are slightly different depending on who's being attacked, but they all have a few similar features:. Business Insider. Ian Kara New York-based product manager who was sent the scammy email, said that after he received this threat, he spent an entire day changing all his passwords and buying 1Password, a password manager.

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There has been a spike of reports about an email scam where the scammer pretends to have intimate recordings of a person in order to blackmail them into sending money. People receive an email that claims their computer has been hacked and that the scammer has obtained intimate recordings of them, for example using a porn site. We have received thousands of reports about this scam in New Zealand and are not aware of any cases where there has been proof of the recordings or where recordings have been released.

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Two weeks ago, we reported about this scary extortion email scam that's going around. It's pretty far-fetched but people are actually getting duped. Now, it looks like there are new variations to this "sextortion" scam that make them appear more convincing.

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Countless variants of this scam are already hitting inboxes but all of them follow a very basic template that is outlined below. The emails will typically leave an address for the recipient to make the payment, such as a Bitcoin wallet address. Most variants also advise against replying to the email since it is temporary or stolen.

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Phishing emails are seeking to exploit vulnerable people by claiming they know their passwords. It's when a hacker attempts to get access to sensitive or financial information by disguising itself as either a trustworthy source or exploiting other personal data. A current scam doing the rounds attempts to blackmail unsuspecting victims by claiming to already have their password and to have used it to install spying malware on their computer. The unscrupulous scammers then claim they have recorded footage of the victim watching porn by activating their webcam when they visit these sites.

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If you have received an email with the subject line "Your password" followed by a password that you used in the past or are still using, you may wonder whether the allegations made in the email are true and whether you should pay the sender money. The email claims that the sender set up malware on adult video sites that you visited to gain access to the computer, screen and webcam. The cam was used to record a video of your activities while being on the adult video site, and other software was used to obtain lists of contacts from Facebook, email and other places.

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Our experiences online today seem, at times, much like life was probably like in the Wild West about years ago. Today, online thieves are out to get as much from you as possible. The latest trick up cybercriminal's sleeves is a ploy utilizing a mix of social engineering and blackmail, a scam via email from someone claiming to have hacked your computer's webcam and recorded your activities while you allegedly watched porn. The email claims you downloaded their virus while watching porn, siphoning your contacts, and they threaten to send the video of you to all of your friends, family and coworkers — unless you pay a ransom in Bitcoin BTC digital currency.

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