How to Remove 1AzdzwWHaJXytimxenzi45JVtY4FsXwLZZ Bitcoin Email Virus | Updated

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1AzdzwWHaJXytimxenzi45JVtY4FsXwLZZ is quite the lengthy name for a virus. Fortunately, this one is not an actual virus. You received this email courtesy to a scamware parasite that now resides on your device. Do not fall for the lies written in this fraudulent email. The crooks want to make you believe that your PC has been infected by a virus through an adult website. As a result, they can now spy on you. They also claim that they have a video footage of you, that they’ve obtained via your webcam and microphone.

The scammers threaten to expose this data if you don’t comply with their demands. Allegedly, you’re given 24 hours to transfer $500 in the form of Bitcoins to the wallet address 1AzdzwWHaJXytimxenzi45JVtY4FsXwLZZ. Do not pay them anything! This email is designed to scare you and make you rush into unnecessary actions! Delete this message as soon as you receive it, and then proceed with scanning your PC for potential scamware threats.

There is a reason why you’ve received this email. We hate to be the bringer of bad news, but it looks like your computer is no longer infection-free. The parasite responsible for the fraudulent email has managed to slip unnoticed and is now causing problems. It is important to mention, that such malicious software is not as advanced and cannot hack your device. The only way for it to get access to your cyber machine is if you install it yourself.

Often, this happens through bundled software. You must have made the mistake of selecting a Quick install mode, in order to save time, but what you didn’t realize is, that bonus content that was hidden from you, got automatically installed on your PC as well. In order to prevent such thing from happening, we highly recommend opting for Custom or Advanced mode in the Setup Wizard, to make any hidden programs or applications visible for you to opt out of. It is not uncommon for scamware to also get distributed via spam emails, unreliable links and ads, torrents files and fake update requests.

We know how frightening it might be to receive this email. But it is important to remain calm and see past the lies told by the crooks in the said message. Think logically. There is not enough evidence for you to know for sure, that what they claim is true. Hackers rely on your naivety and fear, to make a profit. Their pick of currency is also a sign that something is not quite right. Cryptocurrency is untraceable. If you pay the asked amount, you cannot get your money back or trace the receiver’s address.

Just acknowledge the email as the hoax it is, and delete it from your Inbox. Then, make sure to remove the real threat responsible for the nasty email scam. The sooner you find and remove the malicious scamware parasite, the better! Even if you ignore the email, your issue will not be resolved and it’s very likely that the parasite will change its tactics. Do not become an easy target! Protect your personal data and don’t let crooks fool you!

1AzdzwWHaJXytimxenzi45JVtY4FsXwLZZ Bitcoin Email Uninstall

STEP-1 Run the Task Manager by right clicking on the Taskbar and choosing Start Task Manager.

task manager

Look carefully at the file names and descriptions of the running processes. If you find any suspicious one, search on Google for its name, or contact me directly to identify it. If you find a malware process, right-click on it and choose End task.

STEP-4

Open Control Panel by holding the Win Key and R together. Write appwiz.cpl in the field, then click OK.

appwiz

Here, find any program you had no intention to install and uninstall it.

STEP-6

Open MS Config by holding the Win Key and R together. Type msconfig and hit Enter.

msconfig

Go to the Startup tab and Uncheck entries that have “Unknown” as Manufacturer.

Still cannot remove 1AzdzwWHaJXytimxenzi45JVtY4FsXwLZZ Bitcoin Email from your computer? Please, leave a comment below, describing what steps you performed. I will answer promptly.

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Daniel Stoyanov
Daniel Stoyanov has a Master's degree in Computer Science from the Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria. He is also a Microsoft Certified Professional. Daniel provides top cyber security news with in-depth coverage of malware, vulnerabilities, PC and Network security, online safety.If you have any questions feel free to ask him right now.

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