Passwords for webcams
If you believe you’re a victim of sextortion, or know someone else who is, the FBI wants to hear from you: Contact your local FBI office (or toll-free at 1-800-CALL-FBI).This entry was posted on Thursday, July 12th, 2018 at am and is filed under A Little Sunshine, Latest Warnings, The Coming Storm.You can follow any comments to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. = true; self.gender_filter_cookie_name = 'webcam_gender_filter'; self.set_my_gender_cookie = function (gender) self.check_gender = function(); self.get_my_gender_cookie = function () self.debugg = 0; self.show_ts = 1; var cams = ; self.won_from_json = function (a) , 'o' : function (a, b) , 's' : function (a, b) , 'v' : function(a,b) , 'z' : function(a,b) , 'F' : function(a,b) , 'ppm' : function(a,b) , 'rsppm' : function(a,b) , 'psppm' : function(a,b) , 'h' : function(a,b) , 'G' : function(a,b) } self.dislike = function (a,e) var ref = ; for (var i in cat_counts) var myyank = yank(parent); for (var i in ref) myyank(); } } self.won_url = '/lvswon.cgi?That’s because there are a number of shady password lookup services online that index billions of usernames (i.e.email addresses) and passwords stolen in some of the biggest data breaches to date.
They actually hire people to spy on celebrities on bring you the hottest and rarest photos that no one else has.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.I suspect that as this scam gets refined even more, perpetrators will begin using more recent and relevant passwords — and perhaps other personal data that can be found online — to convince people that the hacking threat is real.The basic elements of this sextortion scam email have been around for some time, and usually the only thing that changes with this particular message is the Bitcoin address that frightened targets can use to pay the amount demanded. Well, I believe, 00 is a fair price for our little secret.But this one begins with an unusual opening salvo: “I’m aware that website and guess what, you visited this web site to have fun (you know what I mean). You’ll make the payment via Bitcoin to the below address (if you don’t know this, search “how to buy bitcoin” in Google).
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.