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Ransomware attack image
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Muhammad Touseef what should i do?
Sanwal Ghulam Rasool apky laptop/pc me data encrypted hogya hoga iska ek hi solution hai formate your hdd
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It may just be a phishing attack. Just to be sure , use another computer, change all your passwords. image
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Change your all passwords & not login with your personal data devices, And report it to pk cybr image
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Lol. I also got exact same email around a month ago. I never replied or cared lol. And nothing happened. So chill bro ???? It's just a scam to get free money image
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M Zohaib Asaad i know its a scam.. but how he knows my passwords.. he mentioned it correctly..
Sanwal Ghulam Rasool which website password he mentioned correctly? Also Is it possible that you’re using same pass for multiple websites?
Adil Soomro yes i using same for multiple social acc and also it's my email pass.
Sanwal Ghulam Rasool you may have used same password for some porn or unknown site login
Sanwal Ghulam Rasool sometimes back yahoo websites password data breach happened. They asked to change password for other services as well. Since this data breach may be misused by hackers to pose and scam showing they know passwords. You must change all your passwords, also enable 2 factor auth. And ignore this email.
Adil Soomro Pass chnaged done. Thanks
Sanwal Ghulam Rasool
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In recent years there were huge security breaches exposing usernames and password. This person is just using those exposed passwords. Just change your passwords. Never use same password for 2 accounts. Use google chrome's suggest a strong password tool on password input fields. Google Chrome can also tell you if one of your saved password has been breached in such incidents. image
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Just don’t reply. IGNORE. We have received on this my company Domin email and just changed my password and ignored it. So simply ignore it. Once u reply, u r in trouble image
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Change all your passwords and use different Google account for your browser and reinstall your browser image
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Who said that he has all the information ? ???? image
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If I were him, I would have attached a demo video or pic for proof. Just chill, and ignore. image
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Use google authentication.. image
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ignore this image
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that's spam and they don't know your latest password image
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It's a phishing attack, don't panic and don't respond. This is typically how it works: Some site gets hacked and it's data gets leaked which happens quite often. You can check if you've been affected in any previous breach here https://haveibeenpwned.com/. A lot of people have the habit of using same password for multiple accounts. The spammers send out emails to affected users hoping to send them into panic and extorting money out of them. To secure yourself, don't reuse passwords, use 2FA where available and use password generators like LastPass image
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