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Reports are coming in about a new extortion scam where scammers email you stating that they know the recipient's password, have installed malware on the computer, created videos of the recipient using adult web sites through their webcam, and have stolen the recipient's contacts.The good news is that this is just a scam and no one has caught the recipient doing anything they don't want seen on video.Well, I actually placed a malware on the porn website and guess what, you visited this web site to have fun (you know what I mean). You’ll make the payment via Bitcoin to the below address (if you don’t know this, search “how to buy bitcoin” in Google) .
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If you receive one of these extortion emails and it contains one of your actual passwords, you should immediately change it at any and all sites that you are currently using it.
To be clear there is very little possibility that anyone has video of you cranking it unless, of course, you video yourself cranking it. That said, the fact that the hackers are able to supply your real passwords – most probably gleaned from the multiple corporate break-ins that have happened over the past few years – is a clever change to the traditional cyber-blackmail methodology. “However, all three recipients said the password was close to ten years old, and that none of the passwords cited in the sextortion email they received had been used anytime on their current computers,” wrote researcher Brian Krebs.
In short, the password files the hackers have are very old and outdated.