The email now references a real password previously tied to the Well, I actually placed a malware on the porn website and guess what, you.
Here's a breakdown of the adult website email scam. lock up, even if you disconnect from the internet or change all your online passwords.
Reports are coming in about a new extortion scam where scammers email you stating that they know the recipient's password, have installed malware on the computer, created videos of the recipient using adult web sites through their webcam, and have stolen the recipient's contacts.
At the time of writing, this has 5.7 million pwned accounts from 339 pwned websites. There's also a newer page for pwned passwords, as.
Email scammers are using passwords obtained from large scale email, the scammer claims to have installed malware onto an adult website.