Sextortion Scam: What to Do If You Get the Latest Phishing Spam Demanding Bitcoin | Electronic Frontier Foundation
“They have my password! How did they get my password?
Unfortunately, in the modern age, data breaches are common and massive sets of passwords make their way to the criminal corners of the Internet. Scammers likely obtained such a list for the express purpose of including a kernel of truth in an otherwise boilerplate mass email. “
To a computer geek this is like watching old family movies.
What is your baud rate?
Do you have a “graphical” browser?
I remember asking people I was helping if the Netscape “activity indicator” was doing anything.
Those were the day. I’m glad they are gone.
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