Bitcoin Abuse Database

Report history for 19WfUExFCk4sB7KuiZNBhkdF8LVeQmyyDP

Address found in database:
Address19WfUExFCk4sB7KuiZNBhkdF8LVeQmyyDP
Report Count20
Latest ReportSat, 05 Jan 19 04:20:33 +0000
(2 years ago)
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Reports:

Date Abuse Type Abuser Description
Jan 5, 2019 blackmail scam [email protected] From email 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). "
Dec 31, 2018 ransomware Blackmail scam This is obviously the biggest nonsense, paying with Bitcoin is anonymous so the scam mer cannot know who the money came from (there is no sender). The story as described in the mail is therefore incorrect and is not based on truths. Just like the others. The criminal lied to have my data and wants to send a large amount in dollars.
Dec 31, 2018 blackmail scam Spoofed email account Claims to have hacked firewall and planted malware to gain evidence of dodgy user behaviour
Dec 30, 2018 blackmail scam relay37.vosimerkam.net Just like the others. The criminal lied to have my data and wants to send a large amount in dollars.
Dec 27, 2018 ransomware Blackmail scam This is obviously the biggest nonsense, paying with Bitcoin is anonymous so the scammer cannot know who the money came from (there is no sender). The story as described in the mail is therefore incorrect and is not based on truths. Porn shaming blackmail scam... once again. DO NOT PAY! Obviously sent in bulk to catch the unwitting few, as no specifics (proof of life) are detailed other than login/email/password data, which could come from any compromised website holding the user's data.
Dec 27, 2018 blackmail scam Return-Path: <[email protected]> some idiot trying to blackmail with fake hacking
Dec 23, 2018 blackmail scam $991 Received: from [30.122.83.15] by mail.webhostings4u.com with ESMTP; Sat, 22 Dec 2018 06:00:29 -0500 NetRange: 30.0.0.0 - 30.255.255.255 CIDR: 30.0.0.0/8 NetName: DNIC-NET-030 NetHandle: NET-30-0-0-0-1 Parent: () NetType: Direct Allocation OriginAS: Organization: DoD Network Information Center (DNIC) RegDate: 1991-07-01 Updated: 2009-06-19 Ref: https://rdap.arin.net/registry/ip/30.0.0.0
Dec 21, 2018 blackmail scam 19WfUExFCk4sB7KuiZNBhkdF8LVeQmyyDP Return-Path: [email protected] Porn shaming blackmail scam... once again. DO NOT PAY! Obviously sent in bulk to catch the unwitting few, as no specifics (proof of life) are detailed other than login/email/password data, which could come from any compromised website holding the user's data. Text: 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. etc.
Dec 21, 2018 ransomware [email protected] stop this person from hacking thorugh my email..pls disable his/her bitcion accoubnt
Dec 20, 2018 ransomware [email protected] Extortion for $999 by spoofing my email address, claiming has lots of lurid info. My address does show up in the "from" line but there's nothing in my "sent" box.