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A little idiot wrote this story, you don’t know if he or she copied it down somewhere. The English is so bad that one cannot grasp the meaning. Perhaps, even probably, this being has a very big problem with his ego. Thousands of these mails are flooding the market – our reader has filed a complaint. Please internalize the steps we have listed for you.

It is likely a scam. These types of emails are designed to intimidate and manipulate recipients into sending money or personal information to the sender.

Sextortion is a type of cybercrime where scammers send threatening emails claiming to have compromising or sensitive information about the recipient. They typically threaten to expose this information unless a ransom is paid, usually in cryptocurrency like Bitcoin.

It’s important to recognize that these emails are often fraudulent, and the claims made within them are typically not true. Scammers use fear and intimidation tactics to try to coerce individuals into sending them money. The best course of action is to not engage with the scammers, not to pay any money, and to follow the steps I mentioned in my previous response to safeguard your online security.

If you receive such emails, it’s recommended to report them to your local authorities or cybercrime reporting agencies, as this type of activity is illegal.

  1. Don’t Panic: Scammers use fear and panic to make you act impulsively. Take a step back and don’t let fear cloud your judgment.
  2. Check the Sender’s Information: Just because an email claims to be sent from your own account doesn’t mean it’s true. It’s relatively easy for scammers to manipulate the “From” field in an email.
  3. Do Not Pay: It’s not recommended to pay the scammer, as there’s no guarantee they will actually follow through with their promises or delete any information.
  4. Check Your Accounts: Instead of giving in to the scammer’s demands, review your accounts for any suspicious activity. Change your passwords and enable two-factor authentication (2FA) wherever possible.
  5. Report the Scam: If you’re confident that this is a scam, report the email to your email provider and any relevant authorities. This could help prevent others from falling victim to the same scam.
  6. Contact Professionals: If you’re concerned about the security of your computer or personal information, consider reaching out to a professional or expert who can help assess the situation and take appropriate measures.
  7. Stay Informed: Familiarize yourself with common scams and phishing techniques so that you can recognize them in the future.

Remember that scammers often rely on psychological tactics to manipulate their targets. It’s important to stay calm and take proactive steps to protect your accounts and personal information.

“Hello there!

Unfortunately, there are some bad news for you.

Some time ago your device was infected with my private trojan, R.A.T (Remote Administration Tool), if you want to find out more about it simply use Google.

My trojan allows me to access your accounts, files, everything.

Check the sender of this email, I have sent it from your email account.

I collected all your files, accounts, everything, I know about your NASTY ACTIVITIES, you know exactly what I mean.

If you still doubt my serious intentions, it only takes couple mouse clicks to publish everything, to share everything with your friends, relatives, all email contacts, on social networks and the darknet.

All you need is $1400 USD in Bitcoin (BTC) transfer to my account (Bitcoin equivalent based on exchange rate during your transfer).

After the transaction is successful, I will proceed to delete everything without delay.

Afterwards, we can pretend that we have never met before.

Be sure, I keep my promises!

If you are unaware how to buy and send Bitcoin (BTC) – Google: Where to buy Bitcoin (BTC), to send and receive Bitcoin (BTC), you can register your wallet for example here: www.blockchain.com

My Bitcoin (BTC) address is: 1EJJoUCykyZT3FtxRGSpuUsiBxCiHQ4wqX

Yes, that’s how the address looks like, copy and paste my address, it’s (cAsE-sEnSEtiVE).

You are given not more than 48 hours after you have opened this email (2 days to be precise).

Everything will be carried out based on fairness!

An advice from me – regularly change all your passwords to your accounts and update your device with newest security patches.”

Or the second type:

“Hello there!

Unfortunately, there are some bad news for you.

Some time ago your device was infected with my private trojan, R.A.T (Remote Administration Tool), if you want to find out more about it simply use Google.

My trojan allows me to access your accounts, your camera and microphone.

Check the sender of this email, I have sent it from your email account.

You truly enjoy checking out porn websites and watching dirty videos, while having a lot of kinky fun.

I RECORDED YOU (through your camera) SATISFYING YOURSELF!

If you still doubt my serious intentions, it only takes couple mouse clicks to share the video of you with your friends, relatives, all email contacts and on social networks.

All you need is $1400 USD in Bitcoin (BTC) transfer to my account (Bitcoin equivalent based on exchange rate during your transfer).

After the transaction is successful, I will proceed to delete everything without delay.

Afterwards, we can pretend that we have never met before.

In addition, I assure you that all the harmful software will be deleted from your device.

Be sure, I keep my promises!

If you are unaware how to buy and send Bitcoin (BTC) – Google: Where to buy Bitcoin (BTC), to send and receive Bitcoin (BTC), you can register your wallet for example here: www.blockchain.com

My Bitcoin (BTC) address is: 1EJJoUCykyZT3FtxRGSpuUsiBxCiHQ4wqX

Yes, that’s how the address looks like, copy and paste my address, it’s (cAsE-sEnSEtiVE).

You are given not more than 48 hours after you have opened this email (2 days to be precise).

Everything will be carried out based on fairness!

An advice from me – regularly change all your passwords to your accounts and update your device with newest security patches.”

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