'Browser started out operating as a RDP having a keylogger' Email Scam

'Browser started out operating as a RDP having a keylogger' Email Scam Description

There are numerous conmen online who use emails as a vector to propagate various online tactics. One recent example of this is the 'Browser started out operating as an RDP having a keylogger' email scam.

The con-artists behind the 'Browser started out operating as an RDP having a keylogger' email scam use various social engineering techniques to intimidate their targets and get them to perform certain actions that they otherwise would not. The 'Browser started out operating as an RDP having a keylogger' email scam contains a message that states that the email sender has obtained your password and have modified your Web browser to use it as a keylogging module. The fraudsters add that the keylogger has been collecting your keystrokes while browsing adult videos to make their threat even more intimidating. The con-artists are likely to claim that they have obtained footage of you while you were browsing adult entertainment, and unless you pay a fee, the video will be sent to all your contacts. The conmen that have orchestrated the 'Browser started out operating as an RDP having a keylogger' email scam ask to be paid $1029 via Bitcoin.

To make their claims appear legitimate, the conmen behind the 'Browser started out operating as an RDP having a keylogger' email scam may include one of your old passwords, which may convince some users that the con artists claim are true. However, this is nothing but a hoax. These people have likely obtained an old password of yours via leaks online that consist of countless login credentials of numerous users worldwide.

The claims of the conmen behind the 'Browser started out operating as an RDP having a keylogger' email scam are false, and you should not pay them a penny.

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