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Well, having your email account cracked could pose a serious problem given that your photos, contracts, invoices, tax forms, reset passwords for every other account, and sometimes even passwords or credit card PINs are all saved there. Plus: our emails are interconnected to all our other digital accounts, from bank accounts to social networks, cloud services, online shops, and so on. By simply breaching the email, a malicious hacker can easily get access to all these.

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Invoices, scanned IDs, insurances. Invoices usually contain many sensitive details about the recipient: name, phone, addresses. All these can be used by malicious hackers for identity theft.

If you think your email account has been hacked, it is recommended to alert your friends and family that they might receive spam emails or that someone might try to steal information from them too. Advice your contacts to be on the lookout for suspicious emails or even phone calls and give them a safe email address where they can reach you.

After recovering your hacked email account, make sure that you run an antivirus scan to check for any type of malware. Make sure that your browsers and applications are up to date and, if you do not have backups already, now would be the perfect moment to start compiling them.

A Business Email Compromise (BEC) is also called a Man-in-the-middle attack and it can have much more unpleasant consequences than the hacking of a personal email account. If you notice something unusual with your business email account, try taking the following steps to avoid spreading phishing schemes or even malware to other employees of the company:

There are certain things which are making the cybercriminals to hacked the emails inbox just because there is the personal conversation which is having it and the password which is the condition as many other things which will be risky to have it so for that it should be very attentive to save it.

There are some things that are making cybercriminals to hack email inbox because they have private conversations and passwords which are the status of many other things, which will be risky, for which it should be very careful to protect it.

heimdal security good post ?This is a fact that we keep so valuable information in our inbox and thats why hackers want to hack itbut no has been able to hack gmail inbox except hamzayou can about hamza here btw -bendelladj-robin-hood/so even when hackers want to hack, they cant hack google gmail for surehence we are safe

In a report published Tuesday, computer security researcher John Gordon documented the vulnerability and posted a video of the hack. It only affects smartphones using the latest version of the Android operating system, Lollipop.

But there are other ways hackers can try to steal your information. Sometimes phishing emails contain malicious software, or malware, either in attachments or in embedded links. By downloading the malware to their computer, people increase the likelihood of having a keylogger installed that can then capture their passwords and send it to a hacker. Or, people might download ransomware that allows hackers to extort you for money or information in order to get your data back.

Second, add multifactor authentication where you can. If a hacker manages to obtain your username and password, MFA requires additional login information that the hacker is very unlikely to have access to.

Computer hacking doesn't only happen in the movies. Unless you take precautions and make your computer's security a priority, it's possible you can get hacked, which can result in lost or stolen data, ID theft, and worse.

But what does getting hacked actually look like? The signs might be subtle, but they're often easy to identify. You might find unexpected changes to your computer, sudden slow performance, and an increase in unwanted behavior like pop-up windows. Here are seven of the most important signs you've been hacked, as well as tips on how to protect your computer from getting hacked.

One common goal of hackers is to infect as many computers as possible. One way to do that is to take control of email apps and email services, and use them to send infected email messages to as many people in the hacked address book as possible. A serious signal that you've been hacked: hearing from friends and colleagues that they've received spam from your email account.

It's not surprising that there are more programs installed on your computer than you regularly use. Your computer vendor may have pre-installed a lot of apps, for example. But if you suddenly discover unexpected apps running when you start your computer, or you see new programs in the taskbar or notification tray, then it's likely you've been hacked or infected with malware, and these unknown programs are performing malicious acts on your PC.

Be very careful, though. A common phishing trick involves sending a fake email about a password reset or some other account change. If you click a link or call the phone number in the message, you could be reaching out directly to the hackers, who will milk you for personal information and possibly get enough information to hack your account for real. When you follow up on a possible hack, always contact the service using an email or phone number you have found in the service's app or on its website.

Did your web browser's home page change without your permission? You might be hacked. Also, watch out for unexpected browser toolbars, plugins, and extensions, as well as a sudden increase in the number (and kind) of ads that your browser displays. Any of these are signs that you've lost exclusive control of your computer and hackers are installing malware in your browser.

Scammers behind this email scam use the so-called "spoofing" method to falsify the sender's email address. In this case, they use the recipient's email address to make it seem as if this person is also the sender. They claim that they have hacked the recipient's computer and email account as stated in the "I Hacked Your Device" message.

Q: Hi team, I received an email stating that my computer was hacked and they have a video of me. Now they are asking for a ransom in Bitcoins. I think this must be true because they listed my real name and password in the email. What should I do?

A: Do not worry about this email. Neither hackers nor cyber criminals have infiltrated/hacked your computer and there is no video of you watching pornography. Simply ignore the message and do not send any Bitcoins. Your email, name, and password was probably stolen from a compromised website such as Yahoo (these website breaches are common). If you are concerned, you can check if your accounts have been compromised by visiting the haveibeenpwned website.

Subject: Your account is being used by another person!I'll begin with the most important.I hacked your device and then got access to all your accounts... Including [victim's email address]It is easy to check - I wrote you this email from your account.Moreover, I know your intim secret, and I have proof of this.You do not know me personally, and no one paid me to check you.It is just a coincidence that I discovered your mistake.In fact, I posted a malicious code (exploit) to an adult site, and you visited this site... While watching a video Trojan virus has been installed on your device through an exploit.This darknet software working as RDP (remote-controlled desktop), which has a keylogger,which gave me access to your microphone and webcam.Soon after, my software received all your contacts from your messenger, social network and email.At that moment I spent much more time than I should have. I studied your love life and created a good video series.The first part shows the video that you watched,and the second part shows the video clip taken from your webcam (you are doing inappropriate things).Honestly, I want to forget all the information about you and allow you to continue your daily life.And I will give you two suitable options. Both are easy to do.First option: you ignore this email.The second option: you pay me $750(USD).Let's look at 2 options in detail.The first option is to ignore this email.Let me tell you what happens if you choose this path.I will send your video to your contacts, including family members, colleagues, etc.This does not protect you from the humiliation that you andyour family need to know when friends and family members know about your unpleasant details.The second option is to pay me. We will call this "privacy advice."Now let me tell you what happens if you choose this path.Your secret is your secret. I immediately destroy the video.You continue your life as if none of this has happened.Now you might think: "I'll call to police!"Undoubtedly, I have taken steps to ensure that this letter cannot be traced to me,and it will not remain aloof from the evidence of the destruction of your daily life.I don't want to steal all your savings.I just want to get compensation for my efforts that I put in to investigate you.Let us hope that you decide to create all this in full and pay me a fee for confidentiality.You make a Bitcoin payment (if you don't know how to do it, just enter "how to buy bitcoins" in Google search)Shipping amount: $750(USD).Getting Bitcoin Addresses: 1GF8J1XRaiX2oHM7SQo9VAFAtWZcRgMncg, 18pKQ88ZpatLYmyeKpuCFwvRFcjHjwVB2u, 14t1ovSs6XGBCi6BwZAQ4kPCJ3dnUapQTv(This is sensitive, so copy and paste it carefully)Don't tell anyone what to use bitcoins for. The procedure for obtaining bitcoins can take several days, so do not wait.I have a spetial code in Trojan, and now I know that you have read this letter.You have 48 hours to pay.If I don't get BitCoins, I'll send your video to your contacts, including close relatives, co-workers, and so on.Start looking for the best excuse for friends and family before they all know.But if I get paid, I immediately delete the video. This is a one-time offer that is non-negotiable, so do not waste my and your time.Time is running out.Bye! 350c69d7ab


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