Category: Phresh Catch

Ran across this brand new angle on sextortion today. Instead of looking for creds to use for authenticity in a sexotortion email, this actor has decided to send a very small and generic email with a link to a blog site. Reviewing the site leads to what amounts to a …

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This recent Sextortion email shows a few ‘updates’ to the standard model that has been used. Better grammar, more details about what/how ‘they hacked you’, more helpful instructions and references on how to buy/send Bitcoin, and usage of a reference password (most likely an old password – see: https://cofense.com/sextortion/

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It’s easier to take screenshot than create an email template

Looks legitimate to me… wait a second is that just an IMAGE!

<html<head<title</title</head<body<h2<a href="https://rebrand.ly/41DE62"<img alt src="cid:3vfxjru.jpg" style="width: 706px; height: 637px;" /</a</h2</body</html
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