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Report history for 14bXUoPwruptLamUfKTuMW39Qy1q4ohX9w

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Oct 5, 2018 ransomware international hacker group. Transfer $800 to our Bitcoin wallet: 14bXUoPwruptLamUfKTuMW39Qy1q4ohX9w If you don't know about Bitcoin please input in Google "buy BTC". It's really easy.
Oct 5, 2018 ransomware 14bXUoPwruptLamUfKTuMW39Qy1q4ohX9w ransomware
Oct 5, 2018 blackmail scam Email scam/scare for ransom; claimed had password (provided one I never have used) Scare attempt via email to send them money to not reveal my secrets, spurious at best.
Oct 5, 2018 ransomware international hacker group. international hacker group.
Oct 5, 2018 blackmail scam Blackmail Got the same mail. This is scam. I‘m using another password for porn sites :-D Don’t pay anything!
Oct 5, 2018 ransomware old password losers using a ten year old password
Oct 5, 2018 ransomware "sentfrom" spoof - using my email address suggested they had a password which they did not
Oct 5, 2018 ransomware unknown They ask for $ 800 claiming to have access to my email account and if I do not transfer the money to them, they will send "compromising videos" to my contacts and will erase all my data. I had almost the same email two weeks ago from this group of morons.
Oct 5, 2018 blackmail scam Some loser that got his hands on an 6+ year old password file from linkedin. Email send to sou, with you as sender (easy to do, but suggested as "evidence"), claiming they got your password from a porn site you visited. They got the password from the Linkedin Hack in may 2012 and offered for sale on a dark market site 4 years later (2016). LinkedIn had 164 million email addresses and passwords exposed. The passwords in the breach were stored as SHA1 hashes without salt, the vast majority of which were quickly cracked in the days following the release of the data. Mailsample: Subject: account was hacked Body: ----- Hello! I'm a member of an international hacker group. As you could probably have guessed, your account *****@******.*** was hacked, because I sent message you from it. Now I have access to you accounts! For example, your password for *****@******.*** is ********** Within a period from July 17, 2018 to October 3, 2018, you were infected by the virus we've created, through an adult website you've visited. ----- etc. etc.
Oct 5, 2018 blackmail scam Extorsion con base a masturbarse mirando videos en paginas de pornografia y de la victima supuestamente capturados por su propia webcam que es un blefe ya en mí caso además de no haber ingresado a sítios de esa categoria tampoco tengo una webcam en mí antiguisimo PC. Pero imagino que como las páginas más visitadas del planeta son las de ese tipo no debe faltar quienes caigan en ese cuento de hackersillos que apenas logran obtener fragmentos de contraseñas antiguas ya no utilizadas y con eso causan susto a sus victimas más ingenuas y que por cierto no es dificil encontrar personas con esos hábitos. El metodo parece estar relacionado con y algun exploit que logre entrar a su máquina usualmente por un email con un link adjuntado. No paguen, denuncien a las autoridades competentes. Saludos.