Bitcoin Abuse Database

Report history for 1PH5CYMeD4ZLTZ2ZYnGLFmQRjnptyLNqcf

Address found in database:
Address1PH5CYMeD4ZLTZ2ZYnGLFmQRjnptyLNqcf
Report Count133
Latest ReportSat, 11 May 19 16:43:04 +0000
(1 month ago)
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Reports:

Date Abuse Type Abuser Description
Jan 13, 2019 blackmail scam Muppet Usual blackmail scam, if they were so adept at code they wouldn't need to blackmail anyone.
Jan 13, 2019 blackmail scam My own email address Email stating my password and that if I don’t send money (652 dollars) they will send non existent ‘videos’ to my contacts
Jan 13, 2019 blackmail scam N/A Blackmail email, from my own account, claiming to have hacked my device and camera.
Jan 13, 2019 blackmail scam [email protected] Sent an email from myself about porn & paying someone $$ to keep my secret safe..
Jan 13, 2019 blackmail scam Trojan Puts up some next things that he screen records my phone and etc
Jan 13, 2019 blackmail scam Posing as my own email address Received an email from what appeared as my own email. It said I was hacked through a pornography site and “videoed”, which would be released to everyone in my contacts if I didn’t send $622 USD to this bitcoin link.
Jan 13, 2019 blackmail scam 91.116.124.80 "Hi, stranger! I hacked your device, because I sent you this message from your account. If you have already changed your password, my malware will be intercepts it every time. You may not know me, and you are most likely wondering why you are receiving this email, right? In fact, I posted a malicious program on adults (pornography) of some websites, and you know that you visited these websites to enjoy (you know what I mean). While you were watching video clips, my trojan started working as a RDP (remote desktop) with a keylogger that gave me access to your screen as well as a webcam." etc etc. asking for $634 within 2 days. The email address contacted is a "role" address not attached to any human.
Jan 13, 2019 ransomware unknown sending emails claiming to have hacked your account
Jan 13, 2019 ransomware Unknown - BTC Address: 1PH5CYMeD4ZLTZ2ZYnGLFmQRjnptyLNqcf Says they hacked my email account and will release webcam/screen footage to email contacts unless I pay bitcoin to email BTC Address: 1PH5CYMeD4ZLTZ2ZYnGLFmQRjnptyLNqcf From email message source, first received message comes from Portugal: Received: from vs3-84-91-68-250.netvisao.pt (84.91.68.250)
Jan 13, 2019 ransomware 1PH5CYMeD4ZLTZ2ZYnGLFmQRjnptyLNqcf You may not know me, and you are most likely wondering why you are receiving this email, right? In fact, I posted a malicious program on adults (pornography) of some websites, and you know that you visited these websites to enjoy (you know what I mean). While you were watching video clips, my trojan started working as a RDP (remote desktop) with a keylogger that gave me access to your screen as well as a webcam. Immediately after this, my program gathered all your contacts from messenger, social networks, and also by e-mail. What I've done? I made a double screen video. The first part shows the video you watched (you have good taste, yes ... but strange for me and other normal people), and the second part shows the recording of your webcam. What should you do? Well, I think $688 (USD dollars) is a fair price for our little secret. You will make a bitcoin payment (if you don't know, look for "how to buy bitcoins" on Google).