The sender of the IP address blackmailed me. I also threatened to leak compromising video and camera footage and personal information about me on the Internet to the media and to family, friends and colleagues if I didnt pay him more in bitcoin. I am asking you to neutralize the problem and the individual with the specified IP address as soon as possible. Here is some of the content of the letter:
Toggle navigation Spam Demand for payment. email@example.com: 30 details Hello! Im sorry, but I have some bad news for you. A few months ago, I gained access to the devices you used to browse the Internet with. Since then, I have been constantly monitoring your internet activities. The events took place in the following order: I used to buy access to a number of email accounts from hackers (nowadays this is a very simple task that can be done online). Thanks to this, I was able to log in to your e-mail account without obstacles. And a week later, I was able to install a Trojan virus on the operating systems of all the devices you registered with this email address. As a matter of fact, this was very simple (since you yourself clicked on the links in your inbox). Smart things are actually very simple. (^^) My software allows me to access all the controls in your devices, such as your camcorder, microphone, and keyboard. I was able to download all of your personal information as well as your browsing history and photos to my servers. I have access to all your messages, emails, social pages, contacts, and even your chat history. My virus is constantly updating its signatures (because it is driver-based), making it invisible to your antivirus. So now you can understand why Ive gone unnoticed until now ... As I gathered information about you, I noticed how big a fan you are of adult websites. You enjoy browsing porn sites and watching videos while having fun. I recorded some bizarre scenes of you.