Friday, April 27, 2018

I fоund sоmething аbоut yоu.

Good day.
Dо not mind on my illitеracy, I аm frоm Iran.

I uploaded thе maliciоus program оn your system.

Since thаt momеnt I pilfered all privy bасkgrоund from yоur systеm. Аdditiоnally I hаvе sоmе morе сomрromising еvidеnсе. The mоst intеresting еvidеnce thаt I stоlе- its a videotаpе with your masturbation. I adjustеd virus on a porn web sitе and аftеr you lоadеd it. Whеn you dесidеd with thе video аnd tapрed on а рlay button, my dеleterious soft at оnсе set up оn yоur systеm. Аftеr adjusting, your cаmеrа shооt thе vidеоtаpе with yоu self-abusing, in addition it saved prесisеly thе porn vidео yоu mаsturbаtеd on. In next fеw days my mаlwarе сolleсtеd all your social аnd work cоntaсts.

If you wish to erase the records- pay me 200 usd in BTC(cryptocurrency).
It is my Bitcoin address - 1MXgBKu96DeXsY5chF3xY6yNSqEHXXxCgL
You have 24 hours to go from this moment. As soon as I receive transaction I will destroy the videotape forever. Differently I will send the video to all your colleagues and friends.

Email analysis :

NOTE : ticket@helmetdress.net
NOTE : 193.124.91.70

Monday, March 12, 2018

Bitcoin Wallet Notification (Phishing)

Bitcoin Wallet Notification

Your bitcoin wallet is due for validation.
This is a compulsory security routine to help us add extra security features to your wallet.

Click Here to validate your Bitcoin Wallet now.

*Note: If you ignore this warning, we will shutdown your account without further notice,
............and the funds in your wallet will be permanently lost.

-- Wallet Security Team --

Phishing Screenshot :


Phishing analysis :

CLICK : Click Here
OPEN : http://www.oriondentalcare.com/wp-includes/js/kel/index.php
REDIRECT : http://www.oriondentalcare.com/wp-includes/js/kel/*.php?*
SCREENSHOT :


NOTE : #oriondentalcare

Email analysis :

NOTE : nilanga.abhayarathna@redcross.lk
NOTE : X-Originating-Ip : ⁨[66.150.174.79]⁩

Saturday, December 23, 2017

Activate your Email Subscription to: THIS IS THE LAST WARNING, BE CAREFUL (Blackmail)

You received this message because someone requested an email subscription for *@* to a FeedBurner feed. If you did not make this request, please ignore the rest of this message.

(YOU SHOULD NOT IGNORE THIS MESSAGE OTHERWISE ALL YOUR PRIVACY WILL BE EXPOSED)

I guess there isnt good news

I setup an very small malware in a porn website (adult videowebsite) and you viewed the videos (you know what im talking,).

While you were watching the videos my malvware started to work as a RDP (remote desktop view) with a keylogger and i had access to your device screen and camera.

My malvware also collected your contacts (from email, social network, etc...)

After this i started to record your screen and your camera at the same time. So i created an double-screen video (half side your camera watching porn and half side your screen).

As you might be thinking i had a lot of trouble doing all this.

You might be worried at this point but dont be, its simple to fix all this mess, all you have to do is pay me U$350, this value is enough to keep our little secret safe.

You will make my payment through Bitcoin (if you dont know how to buy Bitcoin search on google, its fast and easy, i recommend localbitcoins).

The Bitcoin address you have to send the money is: 1EQ1SWvxFHfCq3ENjrCUN1KKwdK8XnrgkR

You only have 24 hours to send my money after reading this e-mail (i setup an special tracking pixel in this message and i will know when you read it).

If i do not receive my Bitcoins i will send your double-screen video to all contacts that i collected from you (including friends, co-workers, family).

If you are wise enough and send my money all the material will be deleted and you will not hear from me again.

--

This message was sent to you by FeedBurner (feedburner.google.com)
You received this message because someone requested a subscription to the feed, THIS IS THE LAST WARNING, BE CAREFUL.
If you received this in error, please disregard. Do not reply directly to this email.

Email analysis :

NOTE : 1EQ1SWvxFHfCq3ENjrCUN1KKwdK8XnrgkR
NOTE : Scam
NOTE : noreply+feedproxy@google.com

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Phishing attempt on bitcointalk email addresses

Greetings,

We know that some of you have accounts on bitcointalk.org and we wanted to let you know that a phishing attempt was made on bitcointalk email addresses earlier today.
If you received an email with the subject Mtgox.Claim assessment process, delete it and do not click on the link it contains! This email did not come from Kraken, but was spoofed to look as though it came from our support email (support@kraken.com).

We do not know how the bitcointalk email addresses were obtained, however the bitcointalk database has been compromised in the past. You can be assured that this incident was not the result of any breach in Kraken’s database and your personal information with Kraken is safe.

Even if you did receive the email, you are safe so long as you do not click on the link (just delete the email and you will be fine). If you did click on the link and are concerned about it, please contact us at: support@kraken.com.

Stay safe,

The Kraken Team

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Wisconsin man loses $150,000 in international bitcoin scam

An Eau Claire man has reported losing more than $150,000 in an international Internet scam using a different kind of money. Jamie Russell, a 34-year-old software engineer who lives in Eau Claire, first invested in bitcoin -- digital currency exchanged through a peer-to-peer network -- in August 2012. He purchased hundreds of bitcoins in their infancy for $5 per coin. Since then the currency has increased in value to more than $800 apiece. Concerned about the security of his digital bitcoins, Russell agreed to digitally submit 201.7 bitcoins to a man in the United Kingdom for 190 physical bitcoins, or tokens with a bitcoin digital key hidden behind a tamper-proof strip. (Russell actually has some of the physical currency, which he keeps in a safe place outside his home.)

Between Dec. 9 and 11, Russell transmitted digital bitcoins worth $151,275 to the digital wallet of a man who identified himself as David Williamson, according to an Eau Claire police report. The men met through the website bitcointalk.org and had been in contact for more than a year, and Russell came to trust Williamson.

Williamson provided Russell with two shipping tracking numbers and indicated the physical coins were en route to his home in Eau Claire. But they never arrived, prompting Russell to contact Williamson, who provided excuses and eventually cut off all communication. Russell, who had completed a number of bitcoin transactions -- but none with Williamson -- prior to this with no problems, posted the information online on bitcointalk.org and subsequently learned that as many as a dozen other users also had been defrauded by Williamson.

"I guess criminals flock to places that are fairly new," said Russell, noting Williamson had attempted to get him to exchange even more of his digital bitcoins for the physical tokens. "It's very unfortunate."

Russell reported the fraud to UK officials, who told him he also needed to file a complaint with local police. He then reported the scam to an Eau Claire police officer on Dec. 29.

"It was pretty devastating to have this happen," said Russell, who remains a proponent of the bitcoin. "It still makes me sick to say the amount of money that was lost."

Even with the theft, Russell, who got into bitcoins as a high-risk, speculative investment, said he's still money ahead of where he was before he invested in the virtual money. Still, he's not taking the loss lightly.

"My mistake was paying money (in the form of the digital bitcoins) first, which exposed me to more risk," he said.

Before sending money in any form to someone or some business overseas, Eau Claire police Lt. Derek Thomas advises people to research the intended recipient.

"These people overseas try to develop a rapport with people in the U.S., ... and once they get the money, they run," Thomas said. And "when a crime occurs overseas, it's very difficult for us to follow up."

Russell, who reads bitcoin articles daily, makes no apologies for his actions.

"Everything I've done in the bitcoin realm has been with my eyes wide-open," he said.

Even though Williamson lives in another country, Russell remains "expectant that he is going to be prosecuted," he said. However, "I'm not expectant that I'm going to get any money out of him."

© Christena T. O'Brien