Bitcoin Abuse Database

Report history for 1BWXGQUjRuFmQnhZ3GA9iXrLh4yP6ErUYu

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Address 1BWXGQUjRuFmQnhZ3GA9iXrLh4yP6ErUYu
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Report Count24
Latest ReportSun, 06 Jan 19 13:43:30 +0000
(3 years ago)

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Reports:

Date Abuse Type Description
Jan 6, 2019 ransomware 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. Sextortion scam. Blackmailer claims he hacked your router and installed spyware. Will keep your data private if you send Bitcoin.
Jan 3, 2019 ransomware Spoofed my email address, demands ransom for supposed porn activities etc.
Dec 30, 2018 blackmail scam Sextortion scam. Blackmailer claims he hacked your router and installed spyware. Will keep your data private if you send Bitcoin.
Dec 29, 2018 ransomware 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 ... So, to the business! I'm sure you don't want to show these files and visiting history to all your contacts. Transfer $xxx to my Bitcoin cryptocurrency wallet: 1BWXGQUjRuFmQnhZ3GA9iXrLh4yP6ErUYu
Dec 29, 2018 blackmail scam Pretending to hack account, demanding Transfer $968 to my Bitcoin cryptocurrency wallet: 1BWXGQUjRuFmQnhZ3GA9iXrLh4yP6ErUYu
Dec 29, 2018 blackmail scam Just like the others. The criminal lied to have my data and wants to send a large amount in dollars. I hope he will soon be punished.
Dec 27, 2018 blackmail scam trying to blackmail with fake hacking
Dec 26, 2018 blackmail scam email blackmail scam
Dec 26, 2018 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. 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).
Dec 26, 2018 blackmail scam 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. ...