Phishing spam

Details of BNVL-2019-0026

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Phishing spam
Related Links: https://www.businessinsider.com/new-email-scam-uses-old-password-fake-porn-threats-webcam-video-bitcoin-2018-7 

CVE ID: Na

Description: 
There’s a new scam going around that would terrify most people if it ever landed in their inbox.
The emails are slightly different depending on who’s being attacked, but they all have a few similar features:

The subject line includes a password that you probably have used at some point.
The sender says they have used that password to hack your computer, install malware, and record video of you through your webcam.
They say they will reveal your adult-website habits and send video of you to your contacts unless you send them bitcoin, usually $1,200 or $1,600 worth.

Patterns: Subject:
               has been hacked
               password