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Scams Using 1HB3KtKoguFuZ4BdmCv9Fc4tYTwDQgmqmW Crypto Wallet



1HB3KtKoguFuZ4BdmCv9Fc4tYTwDQgmqmW is a cryptocurrency wallet connected to numerous online scams, primarily sextortion email scams that ask targets for cryptocurrency as a payment to have intimate photos and videos deleted. The goal of the 1HB3KtKoguFuZ4BdmCv9Fc4tYTwDQgmqmW crypto wallet in this type of scenario is to support anonymous exchanges between the scammer and the target.

Scammers use a crypto wallet like Coinbase as a platform to receive, store and move cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, with anonymity. In some cases, cryptocurrency wallets may be investigated by government agencies and security researchers, but for the most part, the owner of the wallet remains anonymous.

Scammers who use the 1HB3KtKoguFuZ4BdmCv9Fc4tYTwDQgmqmW wallet typically target people who have had their information leaked online. In most cases, the information is leaked during a data breach and user information such as full names, usernames, passwords, and telephone numbers are exchanged on the dark web.

  • A good way to check if your email address has been compromised in a data breach is to visit https://haveibeenpwned.com/ and submit your email address to a scan.

If you are the recipient of an email message urging you to make a payment to 1HB3KtKoguFuZ4BdmCv9Fc4tYTwDQgmqmW, ignore it, it’s a scam. However, since your information may have been leaked online it is advised to secure your online accounts so that they cannot be exploited by another party.

Follow these best practices to secure your online accounts:

  • Create a unique password for all the accounts you access online. Avoid reusing the same password for more than one account.
  • Use a password manager such as 1PasswordLastPass, or Roboform if you have trouble remembering passwords.
  • Use special characters such as !@#$& to make your passwords harder for people to crack.
  • Use multi-factor authentication (MFA) such as two-factor authentication (2FA) whenever possible to add an extra layer of security.
  • Use a secure email service that provides end-to-end encryption such as Tutanota or ProtonMail.
  • Use Antivirus software such as Microsoft’s built-in Windows Defender Antivirus that is free and better than a lot of Antivirus programs on the market, especially when combined with Malwarebytes.

Example of scam email message linked to 1HB3KtKoguFuZ4BdmCv9Fc4tYTwDQgmqmW:

Subject: Stop watching porn – [Password removed]
From: Got You


I know your password is: [Password removed]

I infected you with a malware (RAT) / (Remote Administration Tool), some time ago and since then, I have been observing your actions.
The malware gave me full access and control over your system, meaning, I can see everything on your screen, turn on your camera or microphone and you won’t even notice about it, yes such things exist, you can google it!
I have also access to all your contacts, I collected everything private from you, pictures, videos, everything!


I can send this video to all your contacts (email, social network) and publish all your private stuff everywhere!

You can prevent me from doing this!

To stop me, transfer exactly: 2400$ with the current bitcoin (BTC) price to my bitcoin address.

If you don’t know how to get bitcoin, Google – “How to buy Bitcoin”, it’s very simple for example with credit card.
The wallet you can create here: www.login.blockchain.com/en/#/signup/

My bitcoin adress is: 1HB3KtKoguFuZ4BdmCv9Fc4tYTwDQgmqmW

Copy and paste my adress – it’s (cAsE-sensitive).

You know this all isn’t a joke, you got the proof above!
I think it’s a very good price compared to the damage and hell it can bring into your life!

After receiving the payment, I will delete everything from you and you can life your live in peace like before.
I give you 3 days to get the bitcoins!
Don’t share this email with anyone, this should stay our little secret!

Lead Editor

Jared Harrison is an accomplished tech author and entrepreneur, bringing forth over 20 years of extensive expertise in cybersecurity, privacy, malware, Google Analytics, online marketing, and various other tech domains. He has made significant contributions to the industry and has been featured in multiple esteemed publications. Jared is widely recognized for his keen intellect and innovative insights, earning him a reputation as a respected figure in the tech community.

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