'17v35QnAre7Vd2T74SD9xhEGJVwYfTPDhN' Bitcoin Wallet Scam

'17v35QnAre7Vd2T74SD9xhEGJVwYfTPDhN' Bitcoin Wallet Scam Description

There is an extortion tactic been applied by con artists, which tries to convince people to send money to a Bitcoin wallet address, by telling them that their computers were invaded by a hacker and that they were caught in camera and recorded while watching adult content-related videos. This new tactic, which was named '17v35QnAre7Vd2T74SD9xhEGJVwYfTPDhN" Bitcoin Wallet Scam' due to the Bitcoin wallet address provided, to where the bitcoins should be sent, even presents the users' password for their email accounts, to makes the allegations more credible. The messages may be different for each computer users, by they come from the same con artists since the wallet address still the same.

Fortunately, no one hacked your computer, and there's no recorded video that can put you in trouble. The problem is that when a popular website is hacked, its users' information goes to the hands of dishonest people, which can use it in their own benefit or sell it to third parties on the Black Market. If you are receiving the '17v35QnAre7Vd2T74SD9xhEGJVwYfTPDhN' Bitcoin Wallet Scam message, this means that your email account is compromised so that the crucial step is to change your email account password immediately. From there on, just ignore the message and rest assured that no one has the alleged, incriminating videos.