It seems that, (hammer45), is your password. You might not know me and you are most likely
wondering why you are getting this e mail, right?
in fact, I put in place a spyware on the adult vids (adult porn) web site and guess what, you
visited this web site to have fun (you know what What i'm saying is). During the time you were watching videos, your internet browser started off functioning as a RDP (Remote Desktop) which gave me accessibility of your screen and webcam. after that, my computer software obtained all of your current contacts from the Messenger, Outlook, FB, along with emails.
What did I really do?
I created a double-screen video. First part shows the recording you're seeing (you have a good taste haha . . .), and Second part shows the recording of your webcam.
what exactly should you do?
Well, I think, $11000 is really a reasonable price for our little secret. You'll make the
payment by Bitcoin (if you don't know this, search "how to purchase bitcoin" search engines like google).
Bitcoin Address: 16GcAcYntnJjJP1uApyYiuZRW5ryaf3Fsv
(It is case sensitive, so copy and paste it)
You've few days in order to make the payment. (I have a special pixel in this e mail, and at
this moment I know that you have read through this email message). If I do not get the BitCoins,
I will certainly send your video recording to all of your contacts including family, coworkers,
and so on. Having said that, if I get the payment, I'll destroy the video immidiately. If you'd
like evidence, reply with "Yes!" and I will definitely send out your videos to your 6 contacts.
It is a non-negotiable offer, that being said don't waste my personal time and yours by
answering this message.
This is a very old linkedin password (changed ages ago). And, of course, I haven't used it anywhere else. I received six emails like this, asking for different amounts and with different bitcoin addresses. Also, the email itself was a bit randomised, using different words.
I wasn't aware that linkedin had been hacked, but on checking, I found that 117 million account details are for sale on the dark web, as of a couple of years ago. I do vaguely remember that I might have read abut this hack.
The email came from firstname.lastname@example.org
If you get an email like this, don't worry. If you haven't changed your linkedin password for a while, change it now.