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Report history for 15ZHnf1MPn6ybb8yUeAoCQ1AJtiKhg3NrP

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Date Abuse Type Abuser Description
Nov 12, 2018 ransomware unknown trojan system. blackmail.
Nov 11, 2018 blackmail scam forged recipient's email sextortion
Nov 11, 2018 blackmail scam forged recipient's email sextortion
Nov 9, 2018 ransomware Same name as recipients email addresd Email claiming to have found a vulnerability in my network and gained access to my device downloading a Trojan virus. I think $967 is a very small amount for my silence. Besides, I spent a lot of time on you! I accept money only in Bitcoins. My BTC wallet: 15ZHnf1MPn6ybb8yUeAoCQ1AJtiKhg3NrP For payment you have a little more than two days (exactly 50 hours). Do not worry, the timer will start at the moment when you open this letter. Yes, yes .. it has already started! After payment, my virus and dirty photos with you self-destruct automatically. Narrative, if I do not receive the specified amount from you, then your device will be blocked, and all your contacts will receive a photos with your "joys".
Nov 9, 2018 blackmail scam unknown used spoofed email I'm a programmer who cracked your email account and device about half year ago. You entered a password on one of the insecure site you visited, and I catched it. I will not do this if you pay me a little amount. I think $857 is a nice price for it! I accept only Bitcoins. My BTC wallet: 15ZHnf1MPn6ybb8yUeAoCQ1AJtiKhg3NrP My Trojan have auto alert, after this email is looked, I will be know it!
Nov 9, 2018 blackmail scam Email and Password lost by Sextortion scam sent to the UNIQUE Email and password registered with LastFm which was hacked in 2012. (Passwords were stored as unsalted MD5 Hashes.) This email/password has also featured in a combo release of emails/passwords in 2016 derived from multiple sources. Info on where the email was hacked from thanks to
Nov 8, 2018 ransomware None provided I have bad news for you. 06/28/2018 - on this day I hacked your operating system and got full access to your account It is useless to change the password, my malware intercepts it every time. In the software of the router to which you were connected that day, there was a vulnerability. I first hacked this router and placed my malicious code on it. When you entered in the Internet, my trojan was installed on the operating system of your device. After that, I made a full dump of your disk (I have all your address book, history of viewing sites, all files, phone numbers and addresses of all your contacts). A month ago, I wanted to lock your device and ask for a small amount of money to unlock. But I looked at the sites that you regularly visit, and came to the big delight of your favorite resources. I'm talking about sites for adults. I want to say - you are a big pervert. You have unbridled fantasy! After that, an idea came to my mind.
Nov 8, 2018 ransomware I greet you! You do not know how to replenish a Bitcoin wallet? In any search engine write "how to send money to btc wallet". It's easier than send money to a credit card!
Nov 6, 2018 blackmail scam Same email adress as me This person used my email adress and sent me an email saying that he/she has all my information, knows my password and syas that i cant do anything about it. This person even said that my devices will get locked after 2 days or 48 hours if i did not pay him 844$, he only accepts bitcoin. He/she then threadned me by saying that he will send my contacts screenshots of my phone, when i was on some sites. Then this person says that he/she has installed a trojan who has auto alert (trojan is a software that hackers use). It has gone a week now and i know that it is fake and this person is desperate for money, especially Bitcoin.
Nov 5, 2018 blackmail scam Spoofed email address Standard sextortion scam sent to a unique/one-off email registered with in 2016. The email body also contained the password registered on that site. I would like to assume cheapchips was hacked however it clearly demonstrates how irresponsible it is not to use a salted hash to protect customer passwords.