Bitcoin Abuse Database

Report history for 17EuB8AmyBm81FgCovdr6huCCoSzv2S7nP

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Address 17EuB8AmyBm81FgCovdr6huCCoSzv2S7nP
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Latest ReportSun, 28 Apr 19 01:22:02 +0000
(2 years ago)

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Reports:

Date Abuse Type Description
Dec 7, 2018 blackmail scam Received: from mx.reskind.net ([Thu, 06 Dec 2018 13:51:00 -0500]) ---- Return-Path: <[email protected]>
Dec 7, 2018 blackmail scam spam mail: Hello, I am a spyware software developer. Your account has been hacked by me in the summer of 2018. I understand that it is hard to believe, but here is my evidence (I sent you this email from your account). The hacking was carried out using a hardware vulnerability through which you went online (Cisco router, vulnerability CVE-2018-0296). I went around the security system in the router, installed an exploit there. When you went online, my exploit downloaded my malicious code (rootkit) to your device. This is driver software, I constantly updated it, so your antivirus is silent all time. Since then I have been following you (I can connect to your device via the VNC protocol). That is, I can see absolutely everything that you do, view and download your files and any data to yourself. I also have access to the camera on your device, and I periodically take photos and videos with you.
Dec 7, 2018 blackmail scam As the others, and with these steps in the traffic: Received: from yahoo.jp (unknown [210.212.181.82]) by uberdog.falck-hansen.dk (Postfix) with SMTP id 23408A1AAF3 for <[email protected]>; Fri, 7 Dec 2018 07:02:24 +0100 (CET) Received: from qnx.mdrost.com ([Fri, 07 Dec 2018 01:01:41 -0500]) by mtu23.bigping.com with LOCAL; Fri, 07 Dec 2018 01:01:41 -0500 Received: from [129.193.195.173] by smtp-server1.cfdenselr.com with ASMTP; Fri, 07 Dec 2018 00:58:40 -0500 Received: from unknown (HELO rsmail.alkoholic.net) (Fri, 07 Dec 2018 00:42:42 -0500) by mtu67.syds.piswix.net with LOCAL; Fri, 07 Dec 2018 00:42:42 -0500 Received: from public.micromail.com.au ([Fri, 07 Dec 2018 00:37:43 -0500]) by mail.gimmicc.net with ASMTP; Fri, 07 Dec 2018 00:37:43 -0500
Dec 7, 2018 blackmail scam "I am a spyware software developer. Your account has been hacked by me in the summer of 2018. I understand that it is hard to believe, but here is my evidence (I sent you this email from your account). The hacking was carried out using a hardware vulnerability through which you went online (Cisco router, vulnerability CVE-2018-0296). I went around the security system in the router, installed an exploit there. When you went online, my exploit downloaded my malicious code (rootkit) to your device. This is driver software, I constantly updated it, so your antivirus is silent all time.
Dec 7, 2018 blackmail scam Received several e-mails with threats, saying they hacked my e-mail account, cisco and is threatening to expose some horrible secrets, photographs etc. unless I transferred some money to a bitcoin wallet. Sender spoofs my e-mail adress but for most e-mails the headers show it's the e-mail adress [email protected] in reality. Uses several Bitcoin wallets.
Dec 6, 2018 blackmail scam Same as others describe - I have hacked you - transfer funds - blah blah blah
Dec 6, 2018 ransomware I am a spyware software developer. Your account has been hacked by me in the summer of 2018. I understand that it is hard to believe, but here is my evidence (I sent you this email from your account). The hacking was carried out using a hardware vulnerability through which you went online (Cisco router, vulnerability CVE-2018-0296). I went around the security system in the router, installed an exploit there. When you went online, my exploit downloaded my malicious code (rootkit) to your device. This is driver software, I constantly updated it, so your antivirus is silent all time.
Dec 6, 2018 blackmail scam Blackmail text exceeds 1000 letters; message is the same as described by others below, starting with 'I am a spyware developer' and ending with phrase 'Transfer $999 to my Bitcoin wallet: 17EuB8AmyBm81FgCovdr6huCCoSzv2S7nP'. I've got several emails from this person, return address like aaron(some ciphers)[email protected] Both Bitcoin wallet address and IP differs randomly in each letter.
Dec 6, 2018 blackmail scam some idiot trying to blackmail
Dec 6, 2018 blackmail scam Fraud: stupid spammer pretending to be a hacker