I get emails from hackers a few times a week saying that they have cracked my email account. As proof, they have supplied me with the correct password for the account. The message goes on to say that they have planted a Trojan on my computer which allows them to spy on me.
I contacted Yahoo again, but within the blink of an eye, I received a standard response email stating that my case was closed. How can I stop these emails? Anybody who has your home or office address can send you letters and anybody who has your email address can send you spam.
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This scammer claims he knows what you did when your partner was out…and even has a film of it. Imagine you occasionally used your computer for more… adult enertainment. Yet that widespread use of less-well-clothed content is why a new scam is proving so very effective.
Imagine you've gotten your hands on a file of e-mail addresses and passwords. You want to monetize it, but the site it's for isn't very valuable. How do you use it?
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The email-based scam is frighteningly effective. You can see for yourself by checking bitcoin blockchain addresses linked inside the scam emails on a blockchain explorer. One of the most attention-grabbing things about the scam is the initial email. The first email sent from the hackers will include one of your old passwords in the subject line.
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Thanks to Brett Cove of SophosLabs for his behind-the-scenes work on this article. Typically, sextortionists claim to have infected your laptop or phone with malware while you were browsing, and then to have kept their eye on both your browsing habits and your webcam. Last month, for example, we wrote about an ongoing sextortion scam campaign that tried to amplify your fear by throwing a genuine password of yours into the email. Interestingly, all the phone numbers had a similar North American format, with five digits Xed out; some Naked Security readers outside North America have reported receiving UK-style numbers with all but the last four digits Xed out.