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Nazi-Schweine und Vollidioten im Internet

Friday, July 13th, 2018

Das Ausmaß des Amtsterrorismus und der Zensur im Netz nimmt Ausmaße an wie in einem Gefangenenlager.

Die im Anhang im Volltext wiedergegebene Meldung der britischen Polizei warnt vor einem neuen, bisher noch nie dagewesenen Trick von Erpressern.

Versucht man, diese Meldung an Freunde und Bekannte und Geschäftspartner weiterzugeben um sie zu warnen, wird von Netz-Nazis jede der Warnungs-Emails unterschlagen. So daß man seine Freunde und Bekannte und Geschäftspartner nicht warnen KANN.

Das ist offener Terrorismus. Hier sind Grenzen überschritten worden, die NIEMALS hätten auch nur berührt werden dürfen. Über diese Dinge KANN man nicht diskutieren.

Hitler, Göbbels und Co. sind nicht tot. Sie sind um uns herum und sie regieren das Internet. Nazi-Scheiße ohne Ende.



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Alert: Cyber criminals send victims their own passwords in new sextortion scam

13th July 2018

Cyber criminals are sending victims their own passwords in an attempt to trick them into believing they have been filmed on their computer watching porn and demanding payment.

There have been over 110 of reports made to Action Fraud from concerned victims who have received these scary emails.

In a new twist not seen before by Action Fraud, the emails contain the victim’s own password in the subject line. Action Fraud has contacted several victims to verify this information, who have confirmed that these passwords are genuine and recent.

The emails demand payment in Bitcoin and claim that the victim has been filmed on their computer watching porn.

An example email reads;

    I’m aware, XXXXXX is your password. You don’t know me and you’re probably thinking why you are getting this mail, right?

    Well, I actually placed a malware on the adult video clips (porno) web site and guess what, you visited this website to experience fun (you know what I mean). While you were watching video clips, your internet browser started out working as a RDP (Remote Desktop) with a key logger which gave me access to your display screen as well as web camera. Just after that, my software program gathered every one of your contacts from your Messenger, Facebook, and email.

    What did I do?

    I made a double-screen video. First part shows the video you were watching (you have a nice taste omg), and 2nd part displays the recording of your webcam.

    Exactly what should you do?

    Well, I believe, $2900 is a fair price tag for our little secret. You’ll make the payment by Bitcoin (if you do not know this, search “how to buy bitcoin” in Google).

    (It is cAsE sensitive, so copy and paste it)


    You now have one day to make the payment. (I have a special pixel within this email message, and now I know that you have read this e mail). If I do not receive the BitCoins, I will definately send out your video recording to all of your contacts including close relatives, co-workers, and many others. Nevertheless, if I receive the payment, I’ll destroy the video immidiately. If you need evidence, reply with “Yes!” and I will send your video to your 10 friends. It is a non-negotiable offer, therefore do not waste my time and yours by responding to this message.

Suspected data breach

Action Fraud suspects that the fraudsters may have gained victim’s passwords from an old data breach.

After running some of the victim’s email addresses through ‘Have i been pwned?’, a website that allows people to check if their account has been compromised in a data breach, Action Fraud found that almost all of the accounts were at risk.

Last month, fraudsters were also sending emails demanding payment in Bitcoin, using WannaCry as a hook.

How to protect yourself

If you receive one of these emails, delete it and report it to Action Fraud.

Don’t be rushed or pressured into making a decision: paying only highlights that you’re vulnerable and that you may be targeted again. The police advise that you do not pay criminals.

Secure it: Change your password immediately and reset it on any other accounts you’ve used the same one for. Always use a strong and separate password. Whenever possible, enable Two-Factor

Do not email the fraudsters or make the payment in Bitcoin.

Always update your anti-virus software and operating systems regularly.

Cover your webcam when not in use.

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