Defense Against Crime

25/07/2018

Porn Site Phishing Scam

Filed under: Cyber Crimes,Phishing,SCAM ALERT — peppereyes @ 9:19 AM
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We have seen instances of a new (recycled) phishing campaign claiming to have hacked into your computer and possessing a video of it.Surprised business man with computer

of you watching video on adult sites. Now they want to share this will all your friends on social media.

This is how the scam goes: A criminal reaches out to you via email and purports to have hacked your computer and gotten access to your webcam, where they recorded videos of you watching pornography. The email also contains a real password you’ve used in the past, one revealed in one of the many data breaches that have occurred over the last several years from many sites like Equifax,eBay, Home Depot, Yahoo, Target, Adobe, Heartland Payment, JP Morgan, Adult Frind finder, in an attempt to lend credence to the scammer’s claim. The criminal then threatens to expose the victim to everyone in their contacts within 24 hours if a Bitcoin ransom is not paid.

Here is an example of one of the emails [grammatical errors left intact]:

Good Morning my friend. I represent the group of web criminals in Iran. I use this mail address because we think that you will check it. Few times ago my team put the virus on web-site with porn and as far as you clicked on a play button your system started shooting your screen and activating camera to capture you self-abusing. Eventually I mean you understand what compromising evidence Ive earned. Moreover, this software made your device act as dedicated server with plenty of functions like keylogger, parser etc. To sum up, my software picked all data, especially all your contacts from messengers, e-mails, social networks. If you wanna make me silent you must make a transaction of 260 dollars with bitcoin. 1K2auXQEKz7Ro8cRa2xr3bAPV2n6KT5vi1 You must use it as usual credit card number. If you send bitcoins nobody will see your shame. Watch youtube manuals about methods of buing BTC… I can offer you this exchanger: localbitoins.com.  If you have a problem with this, you can search comfortable ATM for bitcoin at coin atm radar. I give you no more than twenty four hours since you read our message to pay. You can complain cops, but they can not find us I use bot network, and of course we live abroad. If you want us to show proofs we will share it to seven mates from your data after that you will be given their contacts. So you will ask them if something strange was received about you. For some questions just reply. Dont be fullish, AmAZinGcRackeR$.

Don’t fall for this scam…….

  • Remember:
    Don’t open suspicious emails, click links contained in such emails, or post sensitive information online, and never provide usernames, passwords, or personal information in answer to any unsolicited request. Hover over a link with your mouse to verify the destination prior to clicking on the link.
  • Don’t click on links in emails that are suspicious. Instead, type the name of the company into your web browser and see if you can vet the sender. If they’re legit, contact them via customer service.
  • Get creative when it comes to passwords. Strong passwords should be largely indecipherable to other people. The FTC says this: “Substitute numbers for some words or letters. The Books like the Bible have a great resource to create passwords as it has over 31,173 verses you can use. You can use Bible verses to create passwords like Joshua24I5$, 54Isa1ah17* ,Pr0v3rbs9_8%, J8hn316*STOP –And for God’s sake if you are watching internet porn you may have a porn addition…GET HELP!

Phishing is one of the most common ways that hackers and cyber thieves use to get your password. It was how Russian hackers infiltrated the Democratic National Committee and many big businesses — using sophisticated attacks to target people and trick them into giving up their passwords. However, these attacks are not just reserved for politicians or big business, they will target you.

They can pop up during tax season and natural disaster, in coordinated attempts to get everyday people to type in their passwords on an imposter website. Security keys add an extra level of protection because even if hackers were successful in stealing your password through phishing, they wouldn’t be able to grab your security key. Security keys would also be able to warn you if you were visiting a phishing website.

 

PepperEyes.com is dedicated to providing you with the best and most affordable self-defense products on the market to meet the security needs of you, your family members or your business, by assisting anyone who is unwilling to become a victim of crime.  If you want to take personal responsibility for self-protection, home security, business security, purchase our high-quality discount self-defense products and arm yourself with the knowledge about self-defense and security products and information of the best way to stay secure in an ever-increasing violent world. In today’s society, being equipped mentally and physically is no longer an option. Victor Swindell of PepperEyes.com is a division of Onyx Knight Enterprises.

 

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