Bitcoin Porn Scam and Sextortion

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Online users, be aware of Bitcoin porn email scam below. The scam is being used by scammers to frighten and trick their potential victims into sending them money via Bitcoin. But, do not send the thieves or tricksters your money because the same scammers have not infected your device with a Trojan horse virus, and do not have video clips or recordings of you watching porn from adult websites.

Bitcoin Porn Scam and Sextortion
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A Bitcoin Porn Scam and Sextortion

Your PC have been Hacked!

Tue 3/31/2020 11:52 PM

From: "Mr Robot" - sales@audraherbals.ga

Let's get right to point. You may not know me and you are most likely wondering why you're getting this e mail?

I set up a malware on the 18+ streaming (pornographic material) web site and guess what, you visited this site to experience fun (you know what I mean).

While you were watching videos, your web browser began operating as a Remote control Desktop having a key logger which provided me with accessibility to your screen

and webcam. immediately after that, my software obtained your entire contacts from your Messenger, social networks, and email.

Next I created a double video. 1st part shows the video you were viewing and 2nd part shows the view of your web camera, and it's you.

Neglect this email message, I most certainly will send out your very own recorded material to each of your personal contacts and imagine about the disgrace you can get.

2nd option should be to give me $1486 to bitcoin address below.

1E6qZkzbGZHh9hWF4dQcTUdbmsYkvBYPrR

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  • January 9, 2021 at 8:56 AM by info

    "Hello!

    Have you recently noticed that I have e-mailed you from your account?

    Yes, this simply means that I have total access to your device.

    For the last couple of months, I have been watching you.

    Still wondering how is that possible? Well, you have been infected with malware originating from an adult website that you visited. You may not be familiar with this, but I will try explaining it to you.

    With help of the Trojan Virus, I have complete access to a PC or any other device.

    This simply means I can see you at any time I wish to on your screen by simply turning on your camera and microphone, without you even noticing it. In addition, I have also got access to your contacts list and all your correspondence.

    You may be asking yourself, "But my PC has an active antivirus, how is this even possible? Why didn't I receive any notification?" Well, the answer is simple: my malware uses drivers, where I update the signatures every four hours, making it undetectable, and hence keeping your antivirus silent.

    I have a video of you w*****g on the left screen, and on the right screen - the video you were watching while m**********g.

    Wondering how bad could this get? With just a single click of my mouse, this video can be sent to all your social networks, and e-mail contacts.

    I can also share access to all your e-mail correspondence and messengers that you use.

    All you have to do to prevent this from happening is - transfer bitcoins worth $1450 (USD) to my Bitcoin address (if you have no idea how to do this, you can open your browser and simply search: "Buy Bitcoin").

    My bitcoin address (BTC Wallet) is: 1A2BsswHPrE2RvUusSQY4w53P1WjuUdpbN

    After receiving a confirmation of your payment, I will delete the video right away, and that's it, you will never hear from me again.

    You have 2 days (48 hours) to complete this transaction.

    Once you open this e-mail, I will receive a notification, and my timer will start ticking.

    Any attempt to file a complaint will not result in anything, since this e-mail cannot be traced back, same as my bitcoin id.

    I have been working on this for a very long time by now; I do not give any chance for a mistake.

    If, by any chance I find out that you have shared this message with anybody else, I will broadcast your video as mentioned above."

    Received this scam.

  • April 23, 2020 at 1:19 AM by info

    "From: Richard Adams <parsons@hoas-consulting.com>

    Sent: Thursday, March 26, 2020, 05:36:33 a.m. MDT

    Subject:

    Actually, I placed a virus on the x*x vids (s*x sites) site & guess what, you visited this web site to have fun. While you were viewing videos, your web browser started working as a Remote Desktop having a keylogger which gave me accessibility to your display and also cam recording.

    Just after that, my software collected all your contacts from your Messenger, social networks, and email.

    [] is one of your passwords.

    if you send me 999USD as a donation through Bitcoin, I will erase the recording immediately.

    (search for in Google "how to buy bitcoin"). my BTC Address: 3AzER7JRNH3T5wMzJaBMP93ZSo8fdeYXxY

    If I don't get the BitCoins in 24hrs, I will definately send your video to all of your contacts, don't reply to this email it's hacked. wYHp"

    Here is another scam.

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