Adult content spam includes elements of a pornographic nature, such as undisguised images or verbal descriptions, etc. Sometimes adult content spam includes offers for products designed to increase or enhance sexual potency, such as Viagra or sex toys. Adult content spam differs from other spam messages.
This past week, users in the United States have been bombarded by an email spam campaign that pushed a double-whammy of a sextortion attempt combined with a possible ransomware infection. ZDNet readers that aren't aware of what a "sextortion" is, this is a term that comes from "sex" and "extortion," and is used by IT security experts to describe a type of blackmail or ransom demand people receive via email. The threat usually consists of a cyber-criminal telling a user he's been hacked or infected with malware, and the crook has managed to obtain evidence of the victim performing sexual acts or having illegal sexual-related files on his computer.
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You may have arrived at this post because you received an email from a purported hacker who is demanding payment or else they will send compromising information—such as pictures sexual in nature—to all your friends and family. Contrary to the claims in your email, you haven't been hacked or at least, that's not what prompted that email. This is merely a new variation on an old scam which is popularly being called "sextortion.
Technology in terms you understand. Sign up for my weekly newsletter, "Confident Computing", for more solutions you can use to make your life easier. Click here. To the relief of those whose partners have wondered, asked, or accused along those same lines, the answer is an unequivocal no.
Instagram isn't the only social media app being invaded by porn bots. Now they're on Twitter, too. For the past few days, as I was scrolling through Twitter's trending section, I noticed a number of accounts showing similar behavior as the bots that have taken over Instagram comments.