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Report history for 1Bs6CYDuHy1UGLr5ccz2UxRNcPGpeAa7tz

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Address1Bs6CYDuHy1UGLr5ccz2UxRNcPGpeAa7tz
Report Count86
Latest ReportThu, 18 Jun 20 17:26:19 +0000
(2 weeks ago)
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Date Abuse Type Abuser Description
Jun 18, 2020 blackmail scam Klaudia Huon de Kerilleau Huon de Kerilleau <[email protected]> PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO SOMEONE IN YOUR COMPANY WHO IS ALLOWED TO MAKE IMPORTANT DECISIONS! We have hacked your website http://www.domain.org and extracted your databases. How did this happen? Our team has found a vulnerability within your site that we were able to exploit. After finding the vulnerability we were able to get your database credentials and extract your entire database and move the information to an offshore server. What does this mean? We will systematically go through a series of steps of totally damaging your reputation. First your database will be leaked or sold to the highest bidder which they will use with whatever their intentions are. Next if there are e-mails found they will be e-mailed that their information has been sold or leaked and your site http://www.domain.org was at fault thusly damaging your reputation and having angry customers/associates with whatever angry customers/associates do. Lastly any links that you have indexed in the search engines will be de-indexed based off of blackhat techniques that we used in the past to de-index our targets. How do I stop this? We are willing to refrain from destroying your site's reputation for a small fee. The current fee is .32 BTC in bitcoins ($3000 USD). Send the bitcoin to the following Bitcoin address (Copy and paste as it is case sensitive): 12WghuRH7b8K7mcJvxCzWQjW7RVEAC7qgx Once you have paid we will automatically get informed that it was your payment. Please note that you have to make payment within 5 days after receiving this notice or the database leak, e-mails dispatched, and de-index of your site WILL start!
Jun 15, 2020 ransomware [email protected] PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO SOMEONE IN YOUR COMPANY WHO IS ALLOWED TO MAKE IMPORTANT DECISIONS! We have hacked your website http://www.domain.com and extracted your databases. How did this happen? Our team has found a vulnerability within your site that we were able to exploit. After finding the vulnerability we were able to get your database credentials and extract your entire database and move the information to an offshore server. What does this mean? We will systematically go through a series of steps of totally damaging your reputation. First your database will be leaked or sold to the highest bidder which they will use with whatever their intentions are. Next if there are e-mails found they will be e-mailed that their information has been sold or leaked and your site http://www.domain.com was at fault thusly damaging your reputation and having angry customers/associates with whatever angry customers/associates do. Lastly any links that you have indexed in the search engines will be de-indexed based off of blackhat techniques that we used in the past to de-index our targets. How do I stop this? We are willing to refrain from destroying your site's reputation for a small fee. The current fee is $2000 USD in bitcoins (BTC). Send the bitcoin to the following Bitcoin address (Copy and paste as it is case sensitive): 1Bs6CYDuHy1UGLr5ccz2UxRNcPGpeAa7tz Once you have paid we will automatically get informed that it was your payment. Please note that you have to make payment within 5 days after receiving this notice or the database leak, e-mails dispatched, and de-index of your site WILL start! How do I get Bitcoins? You can easily buy bitcoins via several websites or even offline from a Bitcoin-ATM. We suggest you to start with http://coinmama.com for buying bitcoins with credit/debit cards or http://localbitcoins.com for other type of payments. [...]
Jun 6, 2020 blackmail scam [email protected] PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO SOMEONE IN YOUR COMPANY WHO IS ALLOWED TO MAKE IMPORTANT DECISIONS! We have hacked your website [...] and extracted your databases. How did this happen? Our team has found a vulnerability within your site that we were able to exploit. After finding the vulnerability we were able to get your database credentials and extract your entire database and move the information to an offshore server. What does this mean? We will systematically go through a series of steps of totally damaging your reputation. First your database will be leaked or sold to the highest bidder which they will use with whatever their intentions are. Next if there are e-mails found they will be e-mailed that their information has been sold or leaked and your site [...] was at fault thusly damaging your reputation and having angry customers/associates with whatever angry customers/associates do. Lastly any links that you have indexed in the search engines will be de-indexed based off of blackhat techniques that we used in the past to de-index our targets. How do I stop this? We are willing to refrain from destroying your site's reputation for a small fee. The current fee is $2000 USD in bitcoins (BTC). Send the bitcoin to the following Bitcoin address (Copy and paste as it is case sensitive): 1Bs6CYDuHy1UGLr5ccz2UxRNcPGpeAa7tz Once you have paid we will automatically get informed that it was your payment. Please note that you have to make payment within 5 days after receiving this notice or the database leak, e-mails dispatched, and de-index of your site WILL start! [...]
Jun 5, 2020 ransomware [email protected] Hacker claiming to have hacked our website, demanding Bitcoin as ransom to not ruin our companies reputation and email all of our customers.
Jun 5, 2020 ransomware [email protected] We have hacked your website and extracted your databases.
Jun 4, 2020 blackmail scam Blackmail via website contact form PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO SOMEONE IN YOUR COMPANY WHO IS ALLOWED TO MAKE IMPORTANT DECISIONS! We have hacked your website http://www.XXXXXXXXX.co.uk and extracted your databases. How did this happen? Our team has found a vulnerability within your site that we were able to exploit. After finding the vulnerability we were able to get your database credentials and extract your entire database and move the information to an offshore server. [etc]
Jun 3, 2020 blackmail scam [email protected] PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO SOMEONE IN YOUR COMPANY WHO IS ALLOWED TO MAKE IMPORTANT DECISIONS! We have hacked your website --- and extracted your databases. How did this happen? Our team has found a vulnerability within your site that we were able to exploit. After finding the vulnerability we were able to get your database credentials and extract your entire database and move the information to an offshore server. [etc]
Jun 3, 2020 blackmail scam [email protected] We have hacked your website http://www.$NAME.de and extracted your databases. How did this happen?
May 21, 2020 ransomware [email protected] Contact {my website} Information Request: stevenclaude PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO SOMEONE IN YOUR COMPANY WHO IS ALLOWED TO MAKE IMPORTANT DECISIONS! We have hacked your website http://www.{my website} and extracted your databases. How did this happen? Our team has found a vulnerability within your site that we were able to exploit. After finding the vulnerability we were able to get your database credentials and extract your entire database and move the information to an offshore server. <cut> How do I stop this? We are willing to refrain from destroying your site's reputation for a small fee. The current fee is $2000 USD in bitcoins (BTC). Send the bitcoin to the following Bitcoin address (Copy and paste as it is case sensitive): 1Bs6CYDuHy1UGLr5ccz2UxRNcPGpeAa7tz <cut> Heard about us: S/ <https://u3755326.ct.sendgrid.net/wf/open?upn=9hXar9nv9t8gdQ9knYmuEMBdRayU38bBbNoKQlh48tPZ6fohWIC9gN-2BXZqwmU-2Fb6LfcrBhcJqp6Yr7V0NIzeMC4xhMODVkhqJKQQRe4UfTax8epfbwcIWLT8UvqG9k-2FiqEXTO2MSTZts2-2FJ7FiFslJzO-2FtCGhIfpC2jwpZlkC1T-2BljBiECznq7dghkOZGlru8I7Brwz5IXDvhiEA8eyAyw-3D-3D>
May 21, 2020 ransomware Cleo Threatens to hack into my account if I don’t pay