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EL.AS. Warning: New e-mail fraud steals money!

EL.AS. Warning: Last days there is one a new form of fraud, internationally known as sexually extorted fraud "sextortion scam", Manifested by bulk sending e-mail to different recipients of gender and age, for the purpose of deceiving them.

Particularly unknown actors using fraudulent emails, send bulk messages to recipients and inform them that they have access to their device and the message has been sent from their personal account.

At the same time, they notify them that they have settled malware, after their visit to someone site, which has activated the camera and recorded them in personal moments.

It is then reported that malware has collected all user contacts from social media and the perpetrators threaten to send the material in question to their contacts if they do not receive bitcoins.

EL.AS scam

The attempt to kill victims with the threat disclosure of erotic content is internationally referred to as sexual extortion "sextortion".

It is noted that these blackmailing emails have mainly the following formats and content, while the reference to real codes so that users can be persuaded about their true threat.

The Electronic Crime Prosecutor's Office (EL.AS), in the light of the above incidents, urges recipients of these fraudulent messages to:

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This scam is pretty dangerous, so everyone's attention is advised.

Please note that citizens can communicate, with anonymity or surname, with the Electronic Crime Prosecutor's Office in order to provide information or to report illegal or pathetic acts or activities via the Internet to the following contact details: By phone: 111 88, by sending an email : ccu@cybercrimeunit.gov.gr

Also in website of the Greek Police (EL.AS) you will find posted general and specific tips to avoid cheating.

Source: www.zougla.gr

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