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These scammers claim to have videos of your most private moments

I believe I’ve covered this from time to time, but in an article These scammers claim to have videos of your most private moments and I think I’ve covered this in other articles.

The article talks about how they’ll tell you that they have pictures and videos of you doing certain things, and want you to pay up or get exposed. As I’ve stated before, this particular deal has some tell tail signs.

  • Do you have a camera?
  • If you do, at the time of the email, were you doing something with that camera?
  • Do you know if your camera is patched with the most up to date software that you were aware of?
  • Do you know if there is a way for the camera to auto shut off, and do you know if it can be viewed from the outside?

I’d be asking questions, and as I said, the emails I’ve gotten were latenight, when I was in bed. Growl!

Please check the article for ideas on what else you can do. I bet there are some ideas that I haven’t covered.


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These scammers claim to have videos of your most private moments was released on March 6, 2019 at 8:15 pm by tech in article commentary.
Last modified: March 6, 2019.


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