Lila Warnung: Bitcoin-Erpressung per Email

Bitcoin Betrug und Erpressung

Seit einigen Tagen kursieren im Netz Erpresser-Emails von angeblichen Hackern, die sich Linkedin-Passwörter erschlichen haben sollen. Das wirklich Erschreckende ist der Email-Betreff, denn dort wird tatsächlich das aktuelle oder ein früheres Passwort des Adressaten angezeigt. Diese Passwörter wurden in der Vergangenheit in Verbindung mit den Email-Adressen der Linkedin-Accounts gestohlen.

 

Inhalt der Erpresser-Email

Wie schon zuvor bei anderen Erpresser-Emails verlangen die vermeintlichen Hacker Bitcoin-Zahlungen von ihren Opfern. Gegenstand der Erpressung ist der angebliche Mitschnitt von Besuchen auf Webseiten mit pornografischen Inhalten. Dabei sollen Fotos der Opfer über die Webcam gemacht worden seien. Zudem ist von anderen gesammelten Daten die Rede, darunter auch eine vollständige Kopie aller Kontaktdaten aus Adressbüchern. Sollte man nicht bereitwillig die Summe von 5.000 USD an die Bitcoin-Adresse 1NPCLYizKSDPYFMVZhVBdovXrssZLTF4yt bezahlen, werde man alle angeblich peinlichen und intimen Aufzeichnungen an die persönlichen Kontakte des Opfers versenden.

In Bezug auf den Absender, die Höhe des Bitcoin-Betrags und die Bitcoin-Wallet-Adresse sind verschiedene Emails unterwegs.

Hinweis an Betroffene: Bitte teilt uns hier in den Kommentaren die Absender-Email-Adressen und die Adressen der Bitcoin-Wallets mit, damit wir andere Betroffene vor den Betrügern warnen können.

Bisher aufgetauchte Absender und Wallet-IDs von Bitcoin-Erpressern:

  • Jewel Candelaria – qmedwardfgh@hotmail.com (1NPCLYizKSDPYFMVZhVBdovXrssZLTF4yt)
  • Kendrick Draheim – jsmarcoyex@hotmail.com (1GHq1VEkmsobNrsUbByQGUNYqNoj6bfrzG)

 

Originaltext der Erpresser-Email:

I will cut to the chase. I do know 10linkedin10 is your password. More to the point, I know your secret and I have evidence of this. You don’t know me personally and nobody employed me to investigate you.

It’s just your bad luck that I came across your blunder. Let me tell you, I placed a malware on the adult videos (adult porn) and you visited this site to have fun (you know what I mean). While you were busy watching videos, your browser started functioning as a Rdp (Remote control desktop) with a keylogger which gave me accessibility to your display and also web cam. Just after that, my software program gathered all your contacts from your messenger, social networks, as well as email.

After that I gave in much more hours than I probably should’ve exploring into your life and made a two view video. 1st part displays the recording you were watching and other part displays the video of your web camera (its you doing nasty things).

Frankly, I am willing to forget exactly about you and allow you to continue with your life. And my goal is to give you 2 options that will accomplish this. Those two option is with the idea to ignore this letter, or simply just pay me $ 5000. Let’s investigate those two options in more details.

First Option is to ignore this message. Let’s see what will happen if you pick this option. I will certainly send out your video to all of your contacts including close relatives, co-workers, and so forth. It does not protect you from the humiliation you and your family will must feel when friends uncover your unpleasant videos from me.

Other Option is to pay me $ 5000. We will name this my “confidentiality tip”. Let me tell you what happens if you opt this choice. Your secret will remain your secret. I’ll delete the video immediately. You keep your daily life like nothing ever occurred.

Now you may be thinking, “I should go to the cops”. Without a doubt, I’ve taken steps to ensure this email message can’t be tracked time for me and it will not steer clear of the evidence from destroying your daily life. I’m not planning to dig a hole in your pocket. I am just looking to be paid for the time I put into investigating you. Let’s hope you have decided to make all this vanish entirely and pay me my confidentiality fee. You’ll make the payment via Bitcoins (if you do not know this, type “how to buy bitcoins” on search engine)

Transfer Amount: $ 5000
Bitcoin Address to Send: 1N*PCLYizKSDPYFMVZhVBdovXrssZLTF4yt (Edit * from this address then note it carefully)

Share with no-one what you will be utilising the Bitcoins for or they may not offer it to you. The task to have bitcoin will take a few days so do not procrastinate.
I’ve a unique pixel within this email, and right now I know that you’ve read this e-mail. You have 2 days to make the payment. If I don’t receive the Bitcoins, I will definately send out your video recording to all your contacts including close relatives, co-workers, and many others. You better come up with an excuse for friends and family before they find out. Nonetheless, if I do get paid, I’ll destroy the video immediately. It’s a non negotiable offer, so don’t ruin my time & yours. Time is running out. You should know that my tracker is going to be keeping tracking of the actions you’re taking when you find yourself done reading this letter. Honestly, If I see any wrong activity from your browser history then I’ll send out your sextape to your close relatives, colleagues even before your time ends.

 

 

Software Engineer & Marketing Architect

About Steven Rohner

Software Engineer & Marketing Architect

6 thoughts on “Lila Warnung: Bitcoin-Erpressung per Email

  1. maria
    6. August 2018 at 11:48

    Roman Kriegel zzwillianlt@outlook.com

    1. 6. August 2018 at 17:03

      Hallo Maria,

      vielen Dank für Deinen Hinweise!

      Viele Grüße aus Berlin,
      Steven

  2. Kristin Berthel
    23. August 2018 at 22:18

    Linkedin
    12U8T4F15gomTuABRXRu4F2WQdNC4y2DeR

    1. 23. August 2018 at 22:20

      Danke für deine Unterstützung Kristin!

  3. Kristin Berthel
    23. August 2018 at 22:24

    Habe eine solche erpresser Mail von paul@linkedin.com bekommen ohne eine solche Seite je aufgerufen zu haben. Kam mir schon sehr spanisch vor
    Die bitcoin- Adresse sollte sein: 12U8T4F15gomTuABRXRu4F2WQdNC4y2DeR

  4. 15. Oktober 2018 at 15:33

    Von uzawilliezf@outlook.com (Theobald Hyman) kam heute eine Erpressung mit der Bitcoin-Adresse: 1GYHBb96Neu5KtCjfUYZDfZHRWU5G6fibE

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