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Scumbags are trying to extort money from netizens by threatening to leak to friends and family videos of their marks watching X-rated videos.A Reg reader this week shared their story of being contacted by an extortionist who claimed to have obtained, through hacking our reader's PC, compromising webcam footage of them engaging in an act of self-love while watching an adult website. Our tipster is also not the only one to receive one of these messages this month.They made a claim about how they recorded me with my own webcam. I'm quite sure that the FBI has ways to track a bitcoin 'address'. And, like you, they had an old password of mine that really worried me. And they claimed they had a video of me watching porn, that they’d send to all my contacts.I'm sorry, but its rather hard to record me with my webcam when its not even plugged into the computer! My guess is, some large company got hacked by these thieves, they stole the usernames and passwords for thousands of innocent user accounts, and then they just spam these innocent people with these bitcoin threats via email. Sorry I can't help you as I too am looking for answers. I first contacted my state's Attorney General's office and was told to report to FCC. It was not an ideal way to spend my birthday, putting on this brave face, yet worrying that an email would make all my friends laugh at me. It said it would release my webcam to all my contacts of me watching porn. I experienced the same thing as everyone else here -- Found the email in my spam folder.In reality, the attacker probably only has the one password, harvested from a forum you likely visited several years ago, and only wants to get a quick payout.

The attacker showed the password to the reader in an attempt to convince them that the miscreant really was a hacker, and to pay up or else.

Immediately after that, my software collected every one of your contacts from your Messenger, Facebook, as well as email. You will make the payment via Bitcoin (if you do not know this, search "how to buy bitcoin" in Google).

In this case, the extortionist is banking on the target reusing their leaked password for other more important websites and being convinced that those accounts have been compromised as well.

It i‌s no‌t di‌ffi‌cu‌lt." This Bitcoin scam is not only targeting males! I reported this to the fbi, copied and pasted it right into the fbi website complaint form!

I am a female and have also received a similar threat. Yesterday i got the email n the fool wants me to pay 00. I'm also a female that received the same type of scam email. They only want 0 for now but they will probably come back asking for more if I follow their instructions.

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