New letter

Well, hello there, my perverted friend.
I'll get right to the point.
We've actually known each other for a while now, at least I've known you.
You can call me Big Brother or the All-Seeing Eye.
I'm a hacker who a few months ago gained access to your device, including your browser history and webcam.
And I recorded some videos of you jerking off to highly controversial "adult" videos.
I doubt very much you'd want your family, coworkers, and your entire contact list to see footage
of you pleasuring yourself, especially given the specifics of your favorite genre.
I'll also put these videos on porn sites, and they'll go viral, so much so that it will be physically impossible to remove them from everywhere.

How did I do that?
Because of your disregard for Internet security, I was able to easily install a Trojan horse on your device.
which accessed all the data on your device and allowed me to control it remotely.
Once I infected one device, I had no problem accessing all the other devices.
My spyware is embedded in the drivers and updates its signature every few hours, so no antivirus or firewall can even detect it.
So now I'm just gonna give you a condition. A small sum in exchange for your former quiet life.
Transfer 1200 USD to my bitcoin wallet:


As soon as I receive confirmation of the transfer, I will delete all the videos that compromise you, remotely erase the virus on your devices and you will never hear from me again.
Agree, it's a very small price to pay for not destroying your reputation in the eyes of others who, judging by your correspondence in messengers,
has an opinion of you as a decent human being.
You can think of me as a kind of mentor who wants you to start appreciating what you have.
You have 48 hours – I'll be notified as soon as you open this letter, and from then on it's a countdown.
If you've never dealt with cryptocurrency before, it's super easy – type "crypto exchange" into a search engine, and the next thing to do.
Here's what you shouldn't do:
Don't reply to my email. It was sent from a disposable e-mail account.
Don't call law enforcement. Remember, I have access to all of your devices, and as soon as I notice such activity, it will automatically lead to the release of all of your data.
Do not attempt to reinstall your system or factory reset your device.
First of all, I already have the video and all your data, and secondly, as I already said, I have remote access to all your devices and as soon as I notice such an attempt, it will lead to irreversible consequences.
Remember that crypto-addresses are anonymous, so you won't be able to figure me out from my wallet.
Anyway, let's make this a win-win situation.
I always keep my word, unless I'm being tricked.
Advice for the future: take more seriously your security on the Internet. Also regularly change passwords and set up multi-factor authorization on all your accounts.