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During my monthly purge of my throwaway email, I came across this little doozie! 😂 Nice change from the “You watch porn, give me bitcoin!” Emails I get. So tempting to mess with him.

During my monthly purge of my throwaway email, I came across this little doozie! 😂 Nice change from the “You watch porn, give me bitcoin!” Emails I get. So tempting to mess with him. submitted by The-Last-Nugget to Scams [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Email Scams 2020: Threatening Blackmail Tactics Used to Demand BTC

Bitcoin Email Scams 2020: Threatening Blackmail Tactics Used to Demand BTC submitted by Ranzware to BitNewsLive [link] [comments]

05-02 22:04 - 'Scam Bitcoin Emails' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/woomybii removed from /r/Bitcoin within 152-162min

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So recently i received an email from Nisa Jarnagin (email was outlook), titled "bob111" claiming that was my password, saying she recorded me while I was on a porn site from my computer (my camera is covered) and if I don't send 300 BTC she will send it to random people in my phone contacts list and FB friends list (my fb is empty and I don't have friends on it). She says I have 24 hours to pay in BTC or she will send the video to my contacts and if I want proof I need to reply to the email with the word "proof". She gave me an address to send the BTC to and it was just a jumble of letters and numbers.
this is obviously not real, right? I just wanted to say this may be going around and to be very careful of these emails. It wasn't riddled with spelling errors, it was very well worded for an email like this honestly. It did alarm me a little bit because weirdly enough last night I did visit a NSFW site but not for very long, and it was on my phone where my camera isn't covered. But she was insistent it was on my computer. Is there somewhere I can report it or should I just delete it and move on?
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Scam Bitcoin Emails
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Bitcoin Email Scams 2020: Threatening Blackmail Tactics Used to Demand BTC

Bitcoin Email Scams 2020: Threatening Blackmail Tactics Used to Demand BTC submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

Small Business Just Hacked. [email protected] encryption asking for Ransom Bitcoin. Need Advice.

As a primer, longtime lurker but complete novice when it comes to hacking so thanks for your patience.
A few hours ago one of our employee's computers had a ransom note pop up on it and many of our network files started getting encrypted. The computer also had a window on it that looked similar to a command prompt that showed time updates (see image) and the amount of files encrypted every 5 minutes.
The hacker demanded bitcoin be sent to the email [email protected] and left a .txt file in every folder that read:
All your important files are encrypted! Any attempts to restore your files with the thrid-party software will be fatal for your files! RESTORE YOU DATA POSIBLE ONLY BUYING private key from us. There is only one way to get your files back: | 1. Download Tor browser - https://www.torproject.org/ and install it. | 2. Open link in TOR browser - http://lockbitks2tvnmwk.onion/?81F3696546327500B4B15998DEEEE1D5 This link only works in Tor Browser! | 3. Follow the instructions on this page ### Attention! ### # Do not rename encrypted files. # Do not try to decrypt using third party software, it may cause permanent data loss. # Decryption of your files with the help of third parties may cause increased price(they add their fee to our). # Tor Browser may be blocked in your country or corporate network. Use https://bridges.torproject.org or use Tor Browser over VPN. # Tor Browser user manual https://tb-manual.torproject.org/about !!! We also download huge amount of your private data, including finance information, clients personal info, network diagrams, passwords and so on. Don't forget about GDPR.
Earlier today I opened up Remote Desktop from Windows Pro on her computer and configured port forwarding to her computer's IP. I also went into Windows Firewall on her computer and enabled all of the 'Remote Desktop' applications to bypass Firewall so the Remote Desktop would work properly. The employee whose computer was hacked was not working on her computer for about 5 hours leading up to the hack.
I guess my questions are:
  1. How can we track where this came from?
  2. Given she was not at her computer when this all happened, is this virus on a timer?
  3. How can we find out if other computers on our network are infect and will be on a timer as well?
  4. I am having a hard time believing that me opening up the computer to Remote Desktop is not somehow associated with the hack, but our IT admin insists it's not related. Could this have been the cause?
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PSA: Many newbies get intimidate by the price of bitcoin, thinking they can only buy a whole bitcoin. Email your favorite exchange and tell them to change the unit to 1 satoshi instead - People will then start stacking sats!!

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Another Netflix scam but there’s nothing in the actual email. But also I question if anyone keeps getting bitcoin emails in Spanish lately?

Another Netflix scam but there’s nothing in the actual email. But also I question if anyone keeps getting bitcoin emails in Spanish lately? submitted by Evilcon21 to Scams [link] [comments]

Is Coinbase's latest bitcoin email patent a blow to privacy and decentralization?

Is Coinbase's latest bitcoin email patent a blow to privacy and decentralization? submitted by sandrozc to cryptophile [link] [comments]

Ernst & Young + Ethereum, ADA Wallet Bugs, Bitcoin Email & 65% Crypto Interest Rate

Ernst & Young + Ethereum, ADA Wallet Bugs, Bitcoin Email & 65% Crypto Interest Rate submitted by Thornsb to BLOCKCHAINEDNews [link] [comments]

Is Coinbase's latest bitcoin email patent a blow to privacy and decentralization?

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Is Coinbase's latest bitcoin email patent a blow to privacy and decentralization?

Is Coinbase's latest bitcoin email patent a blow to privacy and decentralization? submitted by sandrozc to CryptoNews [link] [comments]

Is Coinbase's latest bitcoin email patent a blow to privacy and decentralization?

Is Coinbase's latest bitcoin email patent a blow to privacy and decentralization? submitted by sandrozc to altcoin_news [link] [comments]

I don't know where to put this but received bitcoin email

I don't know where to put this but received bitcoin email
It says I received 13.8 bitcoins but I don't think I have a coinbase account. Should I click on it. Did someone accidently give me a lot of money, when I convert it it seems like a lot of money. Is this a scam here is the image of email message
https://preview.redd.it/iroojuh21fp31.jpg?width=1061&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=d4ac162875e037e58bf3b77698ef3084a82e4eb1
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Bitcoin email scam, more details in the comments.

Bitcoin email scam, more details in the comments. submitted by Sanguine_Ultimatum to Scams [link] [comments]

UK watchdog warns financial advisors of fake Bitcoin email campaign

UK watchdog warns financial advisors of fake Bitcoin email campaign submitted by HardAzRockz to TopTechNews [link] [comments]

Fraudsters Impersonate United Kingdom’s FCA in Bitcoin Email Scam

Fraudsters Impersonate United Kingdom’s FCA in Bitcoin Email Scam submitted by MundoMoedas to Cryptochillout [link] [comments]

Fraudulent Bitcoin Email Duping Investors Out Of Their Crypto

Fraudulent Bitcoin Email Duping Investors Out Of Their Crypto submitted by Crypto_Daily to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

Fraudulent Bitcoin Email Duping Investors Out Of Their Crypto

Fraudulent Bitcoin Email Duping Investors Out Of Their Crypto submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

Fraudsters Impersonate United Kingdom’s FCA in Bitcoin Email Scam

Fraudsters Impersonate United Kingdom’s FCA in Bitcoin Email Scam submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

Fraudulent Bitcoin Email Duping Investors Out Of Their Crypto

Fraudulent Bitcoin Email Duping Investors Out Of Their Crypto submitted by Crypto_Daily to Crypto_Daily [link] [comments]

Dummy bitcoin email scammer - Email scams

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What is the best bit coin wallet app? I don't need to buy it I redeem it from a site. Is giving them my bitcoin email safe? Yes right? And if I plan on selling it can I do it through the app coinomi or should I use coinbase or something else? And is it a good idea to get a hardware wallet? Thanks.

I'm about to get my first 5$ tonight
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Bitcoin Email Blackmail Ransom Scam 27,000 Members Bitcoin Email List Crypto Email List Cryptocurrency Email List For Sale $5 Bitcoin Why This Massive Email Scam Still Works In 2019 Secure Bitcoin email address using Protonmail.com How to Send Bitcoin Using Email or SMS

"Predicting the price of bitcoin on an exact timeline is a fool’s errand," Peter Wall, the CEO of UK-listed crypto miner Argo Blockchain, said via email, though adding he is "very optimistic in The extortion demand is typically somewhere from $700 to $4000, payable to a bitcoin address provided in the email. Sextortion scam emails often ask for payment in cryptocurrency, particularly The number of bitcoin email scams has been growing in 2020 and the authorities in several countries have warned of new blackmail tactics used in threatening email scams asking for bitcoin. When Bitcoin first came along, one of its biggest draws was the use of blockchains to make the currency secure in our digital world. Unfortunately, digital wallets are still open to hacking, and Bitcoin Email Scam 2020: Beware. Save; Views: 381 Date: April 11, 2020; Comments: 1. Would you share this Article with others? + Yes (1) No (0) Cybercriminals have started sending out Sextortion emails, therefore, recipients of sextortion emails like the one below, which claims they have viewed child porn and threatens to expose them if they do

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Bitcoin Email Blackmail Ransom Scam

Sextortion Email Scam for Bitcoin Showing Password - Duration: 9:31. Rob Braxman Tech 18,699 views. 9:31. Email Password Hacked Bitcoin Ransom Blackmail - Duration: 7:50. See how easy it is to send Bitcoin using the Airbitz mobile app. Airbitz app allows you to create unlimited HD Bitcoin wallets. Only a login and a password are required and none of your data ever ... Create a secure Bitcoin email address using Protonmail.com Use with all Cryptocurrency exchanges. In the next 5:43, let's talk about phishing scams and ways scammers try to get you to pay bitcoin, cash or gift cards over to their digital wallets. Usually our anti-virus catches those, however ... Bitcoin Wallet: 14b8n4Txp6YcQ9W4D2zKzPfAjmq7rGD1Xf After you've sent $5 Bitcoin Send the bitcoin wallet address where $5 BTC was sent from to [email protected] ...

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