The latest news on sextortion emails is that they keep coming, but the price goes down.
If you get the emails you know that your email has been hacked from the Oath companies and being used to try and extort money from you, Dont be fooled! They have nothing on you!
Yes, our investigation shows that these emails are sent regardless of any fact. You did not have to visit any porn site, you did not have to have, or use, a microphone, and finally you do not have to have a webcam of any sort. No matter, if your email was hacked from one of the Oath companies you will get one of these disturbing emails.
DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY, BITCOIN, OR ANYTHING
Do not be a fool, these emails are full of baloney. Even if you are still using the email address in question, which you obviously are if you get these spurious emails, then you should make sure the password has been changed. Normally you were sent an email during the hacks some years ago telling you to change you password and should have no fear. If you still have some cause for concern then change it again. Remember to use long, random strings of alpha numeric and characters, both shifted and regular characters. Never repeat an alpha numeric or character in any password as that makes it easier to hack.
If you somehow believe the bull that these people have a virus on your system use a true scanner that will look for hidden malware like the free MALWAREBYTES and protect your system with the free Bitdefender Antivirus
In the meantime remember the Oath companies, as they were hacked, will be hacked again and cannot be trusted to keep the fake oath they took.