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Guide to Handle Phishing Email
Here is how the phishing email looks.
From: John Black <John80@8037.com>
Sent: 5 Nov 2020 (Mon) 12:19PM
Subject: YOU BETTER READ!
***—……_________:::___”’***Hey, today I got some bad news for you.
Some time ago your computer was infected with my private malware, RAT (Remote Administration Tool).
That’s why I know your password at the time of infection was: tak0809
Your browser wasn’t updated, so it was enough to just visit the website with my iframe in the background to get automatically infected, you can google about: Drive-By-Exploit.
My malware gave me access to all your files, accounts, contacts and it also was possible to spy at your desktop and on you, over your webcam.
I COLLECTED ALL YOUR FILES, CONTACTS, ACCOUNTS.
I RECORDED A FEW NICE MOMENTS OF YOU OVER YOUR WEBCAM.
I CAN PUBLISH YOUR FILES, CONTACTS, ACCOUNTS ON THE WHOLE WEB, INCLUDING THE DARKNET!
I CAN SEND THE VIDEO OF YOU TO ALL YOUR CONTACTS, FRIENDS, POST IT ON SOCIAL NETWORKS!
To stop me, send exactly 1800$ in Bitcoin (BTC).
My Bitcoin (BTC) wallet is: 14Hm7fXeppV7B5H2f8ieLDjLK5JCZFgMvE
Yes that’s how the wallet looks like, copy and paste it, it’s (cAsE-sEnSEtiVE).
It’s easy to buy Bitcoin (BTC), for example here: www.paxful.com , or google another exchanger.
I give you 2 days time to pay.
Showing this email to someone else won’t help you, my malware is no longer on your computer and this email was sent from some random generated account.
Next time update your browser before browsing the web!