If you’ve received the following email, it means that you’ve fallen victim to a dangerous email scam.
“Hello. My nickname in darknet is xxxxx. I’ll begin by saying that I hacked this mailbox more than six months ago, through it I infected your operating system with a virus (trojan) created by me and have been monitoring you for a long time. I have access to all your accounts, social networks, email, browsing history. Accordingly, I have the data of all your contacts, files from your computer, photos and videos. I think that you do not want all your contacts to get these files, right? If you are of the same opinion, then I think that $500 is quite a fair price to destroy the dirt I created. Send the above amount on my bitcoin wallet: 1MN7A7QqQaAVoxV4zdjdrnEHXmjhzcQ4Bq. As soon as the above amount is received, I guarantee that the data will be deleted, I do not need it. Since reading this letter you have 48 hours! After your reading this message, I’ll receive an automatic notification that you have seen the letter.”
As you can see, this email aims to scare you and rush into unnecessary action. It is very important not to trust what the sender says! The author of this email claims that a dangerous Trojan has infected your computer system, and now your every activity is being monitored. They threaten to share whatever information they have gathered on you and destroy your privacy. Do not fall into this malicious trap!
The cyber criminal promises to delete this stolen data, in exchange for a monetary fee. You can never trust the word of a criminal. Instead, you need to immediately delete this message. But, that still does not mean that you’re in the clear. How did the crooks manage to steal your email address? This scam email can be a sign that somewhere on your computer, a nasty parasite lurks that collect your personal information and sells it to third-parties for profit. The longer you delay the removal of this dangerous pest, the more opportunities you give crooks to carry out their mission.
We already established that if you receive the 1MN7A7QqQaAVoxV4zdjdrnEHXmjhzcQ4Bq Darknet Email it does not mean that your computer has been hacked by a Trojan Horse virus. However, your personal information might be exposed for hackers to use as they see fit. In this situation for example, your email has fallen into the hands of crooks, and they are trying to make you pay a ransom, in order to keep your privacy intact. You might have unknowingly let a parasite to sneak on your device. This usually happens via software bundles, torrents, spam emails, dubious links and ads, as well as fake update requests.
Hackers rely on your negligence and naivety. They will take advantage of your hastiness and carelessness, in order to make you fall into their trap. Always pay attention to the fine print, and think twice before clicking on anything. It is best to install under the custom setup mode, so any hidden malware disguised as bonus programs or application becomes visible for you to deselect it and unable it from getting access to your computer.
Even if you ignore the 1MN7A7QqQaAVoxV4zdjdrnEHXmjhzcQ4Bq Darknet Email, another threat will surely pop-up. That’s why it is important to remove the source of these fraudulent emails, before it is too late. This parasite that is lurking somewhere on your computer can swarm your screen with shady content in the form of unreliable ads, as well as reroute you to unverified pages. It would take just one click for you to unintentionally install malicious software on your computer. You might even get your device infected with Trojan Horse! Only this time, it could be for real.
Take the email as the warning as it is! After you delete this scam message, you need to locate the whereabouts of the nasty pest that is causing you distress, and get rid of it, before it is too late and it is able to do real damages to your PC! If you are unsure how to do that, we can help you in this task. All you have to do is follow our detailed instructions below.
1MN7A7QqQaAVoxV4zdjdrnEHXmjhzcQ4Bq Darknet Email Trojan Scam Uninstall
Run the Task Manager by right clicking on the Taskbar and choosing Start 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.
Open Control Panel by holding the Win Key and R together. Write appwiz.cpl in the field, then click OK.
Here, find any program you had no intention to install and uninstall it.
Open MS Config by holding the Win Key and R together. Type msconfig and hit Enter.
Go to the Startup tab and Uncheck entries that have “Unknown” as Manufacturer.
Still cannot remove 1MN7A7QqQaAVoxV4zdjdrnEHXmjhzcQ4Bq Darknet Email Trojan Scam from your computer? Please, leave a comment below, describing what steps you performed. I will answer promptly.