'I am a professional coder and i hacked your device' Email Scam

'I am a professional coder and i hacked your device' Email Scam Description

Online tactics have existed since the dawn of the Internet and conmen keeping finding new ways to extort innocent users. One of the most well-used tactics is known as 'sextortion.' Among the latest examples of a 'sextortion' scheme is the 'I am a professional coder and i hacked your device' email scam.

The users targeted by the 'I am a professional coder and i hacked your device' email scam would receive an email that claims that their systems have been hacked. Furthermore, the con artists claim that they have injected a threat in their systems that has allowed them to gain access to their device's camera. To make matters worse, they state that had used your Web camera to record footage of you while you were browsing adult entertainment websites. Thankfully, this is a lie. The conmen responsible for the 'I am a professional coder and i hacked your device' email scam do not possess any video footage of you, so you should not fall for their trickery. Experienced users will notice that they are being lied to, but less tech-savvy users may fall right into the trap of the 'I am a professional coder and i hacked your device' email scam. The conmen ask to be paid $1,000 via Bitcoin. The fraudsters are likely to claim that they will leak the embarrassing video online unless they get paid.

As we have mentioned, the creators of the 'I am a professional coder and i hacked your device' email scam are bluffing, and you should not pay them any money. Make sure to delete the fraudulent email and report the sender.

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