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April 21, 2020. IC3 Releases Alert on Extortion Email Scams
The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has released an alert warning of a recent increase in extortion email scams. Cyber criminals threaten to release sexually explicit photos or videos of victims unless they agree to send payment.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) encourages everyone to review the IC3 Alert and the CISA Tip on Avoiding Social Engineering and Phishing Attacks. If you believe you are a victim of cybercrime, file a complaint with IC3 at www.ic3.gov.
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Sextortion.com Public Awareness: Here are some useful websites to check out.
- $1.2M Earned Through Bitcoin ‘Sextortion,’ Bomb Threat Scams. Cointelegraph.com
- Sextortion – how not to become a victim. Highwaymail.co.za
- Sextortion is an emerging form of online abuse, but little is known about it. WeAreThorn.org
- Trends identified in CyberTipline sextortion report. MissingKids.com
- What to do if you’re a victim of ‘sextortion’. Mashable.com
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