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However, all three recipients said the password was close to ten years old, and that none of the passwords cited in the sextortion email they received had been used anytime on their current computers.It is likely that this improved sextortion attempt is at least semi-automated: My guess is that the perpetrator has created some kind of script that draws directly from the usernames and passwords from a given data breach at a popular Web site that happened more than a decade ago, and that every victim who had their password compromised as part of that breach is getting this same email at the address used to sign up at that hacked Web site.Here’s a clever new twist on an old email scam that could serve to make the con far more believable.The message purports to have been sent from a hacker who’s compromised your computer and used your webcam to record a video of you while you were watching porn.
So I clicked on the option to permit.'But when I read it I flushed hot and cold from head to toe – I was stunned by the sheer nastiness of the words. 'If the person had been standing in front of me I felt they would have been wielding a knife.Krebs On Security heard from three different readers who received a similar email in the past 72 hours.In every case, the recipients said the password referenced in the email’s opening sentence was in fact a password they had previously used at an account online that was tied to their email address.Sextortion occurs when someone threatens to distribute your private and sensitive material if you don’t provide them with images of a sexual nature, sexual favors, or money.According to the FBI, here are some things you can do to avoid becoming a victim: -Never send compromising images of yourself to anyone, no matter who they are — or who they say they are.