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Report history for 1N5J73F3gYPgZ8zkbnUhoryrYjQcqsA7St

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Address 1N5J73F3gYPgZ8zkbnUhoryrYjQcqsA7St
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Latest ReportTue, 01 Feb 22 22:46:50 +0000
(9 months ago)

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Date Abuse Type Description
Jan 14, 2022 sextortion My PC boots from a Read-Only CD, loads the OS into memory. I can power off my computer at the powerbar because nothing persists - every boot the PC is fresh and clean - no malware can survive a power down. I do believe you spent money buying a list of email addresses but that's about all I believe. Even if a "Trojan virus" (?) was installed in my OS it would be purged daily on reboot. In your extortion email, you said you can control my microphone and camera which is weird because I do not have that hardware installed. You also said you have access to all my "history of web browsing" - well, maybe for a few hours (not months like you falsely claim) but, again all that history is gone on reboot. You said you "can effortlessly gain access to all messengers, social networks accounts, emails, contact list as well as chat history." Also not true, because it is not possible. Next claim is a Trojan virus is "refreshing its signatures (because it is driver-based), and as result remains unnoticed by your antivirus." Also not true. I am a cyber security professional and I do not have ANY antivirus software. So how could you update signatures? Does your Trojan virus burn CDs? Does it update a Read Only medium? Does it control hardware that does not exist? Your old and totally made-up bullshit extortion scheme getting folks to pay $1,370 USD in bitcoin isn't going to work. Here is a bit of advice, in my job I regularly recover stolen funds paid using bitcoins and other crypto currencies used by Hostile Foreign Intelligence (HFI) agencies, International Criminal Organization (ICOs), Terrorist groups and "real" hackers (you are an ankle biter) - Bitcoin addresses should only be used once. Since you have not collected any funds, I will not take it from you and donate to worthy charities. What do you think happened to your wallet in your last email campaign? Everyone who paid, Know that your donations have gone to a good cause and hopefully you learn to not be so easily fooled.
Jan 14, 2022 sextortion From: *(my e-mail address)* To: *(my e-mail address)* Subject: Don't forget to pay the tax within 2 days! Hi. How are you? I know, it's unpleasant to start the conversation with bad news, but I have no choice Few months ago, I have gained access to your devices that used by you for internet browsing. Afterwards, I could track down all your internet activities Here is the history of how it could become possible: At first, I purchased from hackers the access to multiple email accounts (nowadays, it is a really simple thing to do online). As result, I could easily log in to your email account (*my e-mail address*). One week later, I installed trojan virus in Operating Systems of all devices of yours, which you use to open email. Frankly speaking, it was rather straightforward (since you were opening the links from your inbox emails). Everything ingenious is quite simple. (o_0)! [etc] However, we can still resolve this situation in the following manner: Everything you are required to do is a single transfer of $1370 USD to my account (or amount equivalent to bitcoin depending on exchange rate at the moment of transfer), and once the transaction is complete, I will straight away remove all the dirty content exposing you. After that, you can even forget that you have come across me. Moreover, I swear that all the harmful software will be removed from all devices of yours as well. Make no doubt that I will fulfill my part. [etc.] You should complete the abovementioned transfer within 48 hours (2 days) after opening this email
Jan 14, 2022 blackmail scam Regular fake holdup for not posting non-existent videos
Jan 14, 2022 sextortion claims to have explicit content from you and will release it unless you pay them $1370
Jan 14, 2022 sextortion I know, it's unpleasant to start the conversation with bad news, but I have no choice. Few months ago, I have gained access to your devices that used by you for internet browsing. Afterwards, I could track down all your internet activities. Here is the history of how it could become possible: At first, I purchased from hackers the access to multiple email accounts (nowadays, it is a really simple thing to do online).
Jan 14, 2022 ransomware email phishing
Jan 14, 2022 sextortion scam, ransom, sextortion, spoofed email
Jan 14, 2022 sextortion Email received demanding money paid to a bitcoin wallet, too long to paste here and no option to attach. [Extract] However, we can still resolve this situation in the following manner: Everything you are required to do is a single transfer of $1370 USD to my account (or amount equivalent to bitcoin depending on exchange rate at the moment of transfer), and once the transaction is complete, I will straight away remove all the dirty content exposing you. Here is my bitcoin wallet provided below: 1N5J73F3gYPgZ8zkbnUhoryrYjQcqsA7St You should complete the abovementioned transfer within 48 hours (2 days) after opening this email.
Jan 14, 2022 blackmail scam Same as below, FAKE / SCAM, don't ever pay these poor losers...
Jan 14, 2022 sextortion More bollox $1370 so a cheap skate as well!