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In a typical fake blackmail scamthe senders claim that they have installed malware on your computer and captured video of you while you visited a porn website. Of course, the scammers do not really have the compromising video or access to your contact list as they claim. The scammers know that if you receive an email that actually includes one of your passwords — even an old one that you no longer use — you may be much more inclined to believe the claims and pay up.

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Imagine you've gotten your hands on a file of e-mail addresses and passwords. You want to monetize it, but the site it's for isn't very valuable. How do you use it?

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People are being sent horrifying messages threatening to post video of their most intimate moments on the internet. What's more, the messages are shockingly believable: they appear to include secret information about the recipient that suggests the threats are real. But in fact the messages are a scam.

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Phishing emails are seeking to exploit vulnerable people by claiming they know their passwords. It's when a hacker attempts to get access to sensitive or financial information by disguising itself as either a trustworthy source or exploiting other personal data. A current scam doing the rounds attempts to blackmail unsuspecting victims by claiming to already have their password and to have used it to install spying malware on their computer.

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You may have arrived at this post because you received an email from a purported hacker who is demanding payment or else they will send compromising information—such as pictures sexual in nature—to all your friends and family. Contrary to the claims in your email, you haven't been hacked or at least, that's not what prompted that email. This is merely a new variation on an old scam which is popularly being called "sextortion.

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Photo credit: Shutterstock. Online scammers have been innovating of late. And yet the claims that the hackers have stolen passwords and obtained access to webcams appear to be lies.

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I got this email today. What to do? Millions — perhaps billions — of similar emails have been sent over the years, but there seems to have been a flood of them over the past few months.

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My post last April about the Bitcoin blackmail letter in my mailbox has become popular. In the last couple of days a new scam has emerged in which emailers use emails and passwords stolen in hacks to scare the crap out of recipients. In fact, I actually placed a malware on the adult vids porno website and guess what, you visited this site to experience fun you know what I mean.

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A few folks have reported a new ransomware technique that preys upon corporate inability to keep passwords safe. Programmer Can Duruk reported getting the email today. This is cool.

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Two weeks ago, we reported about this scary extortion email scam that's going around. It's pretty far-fetched but people are actually getting duped. Now, it looks like there are new variations to this "sextortion" scam that make them appear more convincing.

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