Bitcoin Abuse Database

Report history for 19qL8vdRtk5xJcGNVk3WruuSyitVfSAy7f

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Address 19qL8vdRtk5xJcGNVk3WruuSyitVfSAy7f
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Latest ReportSun, 17 Feb 19 09:10:05 +0000
(3 years ago)

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Reports:

Date Abuse Type Description
Nov 13, 2018 blackmail scam He's using my official email address along with an old, yet expired "Password". This password was used to login at one of my suppliers website. I know that this suppliers system was hacked in 2015, but as this external supplier login credentials were not the ones for my personal email account, it doesn't gives me headaches :). That guy(s) are just fools.
Nov 13, 2018 blackmail scam I am a spyware software developer. Your account has been hacked by me in the summer of 2018. ... .. I note that it is useless to change the passwords. My malware update passwords from your accounts every times. รต So, to the business! I'm sure you don't want to show these files and visiting history to all your contacts. Transfer $874 to my Bitcoin cryptocurrency wallet: 19qL8vdRtk5xJcGNVk3WruuSyitVfSAy7f Just copy and paste the wallet number when transferring. If you do not know how to do this - ask Google. ...''
Nov 12, 2018 blackmail scam I am a spyware software developer. Your account has been hacked by me in the summer of 2018. 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. So, to the business! I'm sure you don't want to show these files and visiting history to all your contacts. Transfer $828 to my Bitcoin cryptocurrency wallet: 1Bt4psBJmjfVTcW6eYiJZ6HEbpFgKkBSX4 Just copy and paste the wallet number when transferring. If you do not know how to do this - ask Google.
Nov 12, 2018 blackmail scam Received an email attempting to blackmail me for $863.
Nov 12, 2018 blackmail scam Same as all the other reporters.
Nov 12, 2018 ransomware yet another bitcoin scam. why the bitcoin operators does not do anything about these criminals who are using bitcoins. we see that they are managing to collect their ransom with no fear of getting caught. once the abuse is reported the bitcoin masters should track these thugs and atleast not allow them to cash up the ransoms. I AM ASKING THE BITCOIN REGULATORS is anything being done??
Nov 12, 2018 ransomware Someone send me an email and threatened to expose my pc information.
Nov 12, 2018 ransomware 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). 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. I'm sure you don't want to show these files and visiting history to all your contacts. Transfer $831 to my Bitcoin cryptocurrency wallet: 19qL8vdRtk5xJcGNVk3WruuSyitVfSAy7f Just copy and paste the wallet number when transferring.
Nov 12, 2018 blackmail scam Transfer $810 to my Bitcoin cryptocurrency wallet: 19qL8vdRtk5xJcGNVk3WruuSyitVfSAy7f Just copy and paste the wallet number when transferring. If you do not know how to do this - ask Google
Nov 12, 2018 ransomware email scam - "hacked" but it is just a spoof email. "Transfer $843 to my Bitcoin cryptocurrency wallet: 19qL8vdRtk5xJcGNVk3WruuSyitVfSAy7f Just copy and paste the wallet number when transferring. If you do not know how to do this - ask Google."