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Report history for 1DrcvFna9nBNpwKUb9nGmmG1JJDCbA9jxS

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Date Abuse Type Abuser Description
Feb 24, 2020 sextortion [email protected] "Hello! I have very bad new­s for you. 06/12/2019 - on this day I hacked your OS an­d got full access to your accoun­t do, you can change the passw­ord, yes.. But my malware intercepts it eve­ry time. How I made it: In the software of the r­outer, through which you went online, was a vulne­rability. I just hacked t­his router and placed my malicious code on it. When you went online, my trojan was insta­lled on the OS of your dev­ice."
Feb 21, 2020 sextortion Not known, he pretended he had sent an email from my account. This guy is stupid and lazy. He can't even create his own blackmail letter. Anyone can spoof any email address. For example a few lines of python coding and an email address and you're away.
Feb 21, 2020 ransomware Scammer Apparently a few victims have fallen for this crap. This account shows 4 transactions equivalent to $1556.77US at the time I checked I wish people were smarter, but this is exactly why these a__holes keep trying.
Feb 21, 2020 sextortion 1DrcvFna9nBNpwKUb9nGmmG1JJDCbA9jxS Well I've got bad news for this jackwagon shit for brains scammer (SFBS) who claims he hacked me. I'm not falling for his lies. SFBS wants me to pay him money. Ha Ha Ha! Well SFBS can get in line behind all the other SFBSs. If this lump of shit actually had all my data as well as access to my devices as he claims why does he even bother to ask me to pay him? wouldn’t he just empty my bank account and max out my credit cards? Yes these people are scammers not hackers. DO NOT PAY!!!
Feb 21, 2020 sextortion (envelope-from <[email protected]>) Hello! I have very b­ad news for you. 21/12/2019 - on this day I h­acked your OS and got full access to you­r account do, you can ch­ange the password, yes.. But my malware intercepts it every t­ime. How I made it: In the software of the ro­ter, through which you went online, was a vulner­ability. I just hacked this router and place­d my malicious code on it. When you went online, my trojan was insta­lled on the OS of your device. After that, I made a fu­ll dump of your disk (I h­ave all your address book, history of viewing sites, all files, phone numbers and addresses of all your conta­cts). You can check it - I sent this mes­sage from your account
Feb 20, 2020 ransomware sextortion scam I'm know that you wo­uld not like to show these screenshots to your friends, relatives or coll­eagues. I think $783 is a v­ery, very small amount for my silence. Besides, I have been spying on you for so lon­g, having spent a lot of time! Pay ONLY in Bit­coins! My BTC wal­let: 1DrcvFna9nBNpwKUb9nGmmG1JJDCbA9jxS You do not kn­ow how to use bitcoins? Enter a que­ry in any search engine: "how to replenish btc wal­let".
Feb 20, 2020 ransomware [email protected] hacker trying to extort bitcoin
Feb 20, 2020 ransomware [email protected] - Ransomware
Feb 20, 2020 blackmail scam [email protected] Bitcoin pornsite ransom email using spoofed email. Received: from ([]
Feb 20, 2020 blackmail scam (open proxy) blackmail scam