Truffa email: Your Databases Has Been HackedY0ur Site Has Been Hacked


Ecco una nuova email fraudolenta, questa volta un fantomatico hacker afferma di aver hackerato il database del nostro sito…

Ultimamente si sta diffondendo una nuova email scam che sta spaventando i blogger e i possessori di siti meno esperti, in realtà non c'è nulla di cui preoccuparsi.

Ecco cosa contiene il testo della mail:

Your Databases Has Been HackedY0ur Site Has Been Hacked


We have hacked y0ur website xxxxxxx and extracted y0ur databases.

How did this happen?

0ur team has found a vulnerability within y0ur site that we were able t0 expl0it. After finding the vulnerability we were able t0 get your database credentials and extract your entire database and move the information t0 an 0ffshore server.

What does this mean?

We will systematically go thr0ugh a series of steps 0f t0tally damaging y0ur reputati0n. First y0ur database will be leaked 0r sold t0 the highest bidder which they will use with whatever their xxxxxxx was at fault thusly damaging your reputation and having angry customers/ass0ciates with whatever angry customers/ass0ciates do. Lastly any links that you have indexed in the search engines will be de-indexed based 0ff 0f blackhat techniques that we used in the past to de-index our targets.

H0w d0 i st0p this?

We are willing t0 refrain from destr0ying your site's reputati0n f0r a small fee. The current fee is $3000 in bitcoins (0.15 BTC).

Please send the bitcoin to the foll0wing Bitcoin address (C0py and paste as it is case sensitive):


0nce y0u have paid we will aut0matically get inf0rmed that it was your payment. Please note that y0u have t0 make payment within 3 days after opening this e-mail or the database leak, e-mails dispatched, and de-index of y0ur site WiLL start!

H0w do i get Bitcoins?

Y0u can easily buy bitcoins via several websites 0r even offline fr0m a Bitcoin-ATM.

What if i don't pay?

if you decide not to pay, we will start the attack at the indicated date and uphold it until you d0, there's n0 counter measure to this, y0u will 0nly end up wasting m0re money trying to find a s0lution. We will c0mpletely destroy your reputati0n amongst go0gle and your cust0mers.

This is not a hoax, d0 n0t reply t0 this email, d0n't try to reason or neg0tiate, we will not read any replies. 0nce you have paid we will st0p what we were doing and you will never hear fr0m us again!

Please note that Bitcoin is an0nym0us and n0 one will find out that you have c0mplied. Finally d0n't reply as this email is unmonitored.

Com'è possibile constatare, nella mail viene affermato che il database relativo al sito in questione è stato violato e scaricato per intero al fine di vendere il suo contenuto al miglior offerente, ciò al solo scopo di danneggiarci qualora non pagassimo 3000$ in Bitcoin.

Come la maggior parte delle truffe, anche questa fa leva sulla paura e sull'urgenza di seguire le istruzioni per impedire all'utente di pensare lucidamente. In realtà nessuno ha hackerato il nostro database, stanno solo tentando di estorcerci del denaro.

Inutile dire che la cosa migliore da fare con queste email è non rispondere e cancellarle immediatamente.

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