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Both messages try to pressure you into paying up by letting you know that you have a limited time to decide: From the time you opened this mail you activated a timer. The message doesn’t include a read receipt, and even with access to your system, it’s highly unlikely that someone would know exactly when you opened an email.
My setup will at this point monitor this particular bitcoin address for any inbound financial transactions. This “limited time” is simply a ploy to pressure you into paying quickly.
This would take up a lot of storage space and be way more work than the person was willing to do.
But I’m glad I received them, as they make a good illustration.
Because they sent an email “from your own account,” the attacker claims this is proof of their access.
Further, the claim that gaining access to your email account means they have control of your system is a lie too…
Essentially: •I visited an adult web site •Trojan malware makes itself at home •douche gets remote access to Voyager & old email •he watches & records me •he emails me from my own account & demands bitcoin payment •If I pay him, he leaves me alone — ? (@Kellthulhu) December 24, 2018The malware gave me full access and control over your system, meaning, I can see everything on your screen, turn on your camera or microphone, and you won’t even notice about it.