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In this article, we will tell you about a Trojan Horse virus related to a phishing e-mail scam that has recently affected a lot of PC users and the number of its victim is likely only going to go up in the next days and weeks. The Trojan that we are going to be focusing on is called 1FToadJPpfWv9GxwAY2L7Uv3bvJHtNCCQV and if you have had your PC infected by it, then you have likely received some obscure and suspicious e-mails after the malware has gotten inside the computer. The said e-mails usually include a payment request which states that you need to send a certain amount of money to a linked BitCoin wallet. The premise under which you are supposed to pay the requested money could be anything – oftentimes, the scammers might try to scare you claiming that they have hacked inside your PC and have acquired some sensitive information about you and are now blackmailing through claiming that they’d release the said info and make it public if you do not pay. All sorts of fake statements might be provided in the phishing e-mail in attempts to trick more gullible users into issuing the payment. Note, however, that if you have recently received such an e-mail letter, the said letter is certainly a scam and you must not trust its claims nor must you interact with any links or attached files that might have been added to it. Still, as we said above, this phishing e-mail scam might be related and to malicious Trojan Horse viruses such as the insidious 1FToadJPpfWv9GxwAY2L7Uv3bvJHtNCCQV . This is why we believe that it would be a good idea if you check out the next removal guide where you can learn more about the process of removing 1FToadJPpfWv9GxwAY2L7Uv3bvJHtNCCQV and use the instructions if you think that your PC might have been infected by this Trojan Horse.
Many of our users reported to us about an ongoing email spam with the following messages:
Roughly several months ago I have managed to get a complete access to all devices that you use to browse internet. Afterwards, I have proceeded with monitoring all internet activities of yours. You can check out the sequence of events summarize below: Previously I have bought from hackers a special access to various email accounts (currently, it is rather a straightforward thing that can be done online). Clearly, I could effortlessly log in to your email account as well . One week after that, I proceeded with installing a Trojan virus in Operating Systems of all your devices, which are used by you to login to your email. Actually, that was rather a simple thing to do (because you have opened a few links from your inbox emails previously). Genius is in simplicity. ( ~_^) Thanks to that software I can get access to all controllers inside your devices (such as your video camera, microphone, keyboard etc.). I could easily download all your data, photos, web browsing history and other information to my servers. I can access all your social networks accounts, messengers, emails, including chat history as well as contacts list. This virus of mine unceasingly keeps refreshing its signatures (since it is controlled by a driver), and as result stays unnoticed by antivirus software. Hereby, I believe by this time it is already clear for you why I was never detected until I sent this letter… While compiling all the information related to you, I have also found out that you are a true fan and frequent visitor of adult websites. You truly enjoy browsing through porn websites, while watching arousing videos and experiencing an unimaginable satisfaction. To be honest, I could not resist but to record some of your kinky solo sessions and compiled them in several videos, which demonstrate you masturbating and cumming in the end.
Hello! Unfortunately, I have some unpleasant news for you. Roughly several months ago I have managed to get a complete access to all devices that you use to browse internet. Afterwards, I have proceeded with monitoring all internet activities of yours. One week after that, I proceeded with installing a Trojan virus in Operating Systems of all your devices, which are used by you to login to your email. Actually, that was rather a simple thing to do (because you have opened a few links from your inbox emails previously). Genius is in simplicity. ( ~_^) Hereby, I believe by this time it is already clear for you why I was never detected until I sent this letter… We can still resolve it in the following manner: You perform a transfer of $1490 USD to me (a bitcoin equivalent based on the exchange rate during the funds transfer), so after I receive the transfer, I will straight away remove all those lecherous videos without hesitation. Then we can pretend like it has never happened before. In addition, I assure that all the harmful software will be deactivated and removed from all devices of yours. Don’t worry, I am a man of my word. My bitcoin wallet is as follows: 1FToadJPpfWv9GxwAY2L7Uv3bvJHtNCCQV You are left with 48 hours and the countdown starts right after you open this email (2 days to be specific).
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The phishing e-mails are certainly a security issue, especially for users who are less experienced and more likely to fall for the scam. However, the even bigger problem here is the very presence of the 1FToadJPpfWv9GxwAY2L7Uv3bvJHtNCCQV Trojan inside your system. Currently, it might be used in the phishing e-mail campaign but there are actually much more harmful things that a Trojan virus inside your system might be capable of doing. Loading Ransomware, Spyware and Rootkits inside your computer, damaging highly important system files, stealing private info about your life and job, controlling the processes in the computer and even using the machine to fulfill other criminal activities that would benefit the hackers. There are endless possibilities and so if the phishing e-mails are not enough of a reason to convince you that your PC needs to be cleaned, then think about all the other kinds of harm that a Trojan infection might potentially cause to you and to your PC. Again, the guide above is here to help you remove 1FToadJPpfWv9GxwAY2L7Uv3bvJHtNCCQV and clean your PC so that it would be safe for further use. Make sure you take a look at the removal instructions and use them if you need.
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Remove 1FToadJPpfWv9GxwAY2L7Uv3bvJHtNCCQV Email Bitcoin Virus
You are dealing with a malware infection that can restore itself unless you remove its core files. We are sending you to another page with a removal guide that gets regularly updated. It covers in-depth instructions on how to:
1. Locate and scan malicious processes in your task manager.
2. Identify in your Control panel any programs installed with the malware, and how to remove them. Search Marquis is a high-profile hijacker that gets installed with a lot of malware.
3. How to clean up and reset your browser to its original settings without the malware returning. You can find the removal guide here.