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I cover my webcam with a sticker or a plaster. Always have and always will. I’m free to indulge in adult literature in peace. So abandon ur memorable passwords for encrypted passwords which are stored on a hackable database? Seems legit to me I’m sharing this because this has happened to us via our business email account. When we contacted our website company they said it was a scam and junk mail it. I received one of these, I knew I had nothing to hide, but also it was the password to one of my email accounts. I just changed the Snoopy and friends I think to myself what a wonderful world shirt and dumped the mail. It’s in addition to info that FC and Google r gathering from us and maybe misuse or use of them one day. I have had 3 of these emails mentioning a password that I haven’t used for years and 3 computers ago – the computer I had at the time didn’t have a webcam and the one I have now has tape over the password I have reported the emails each time hope this was the last What happened when the BBC tried to pass off an actor as an ordinary member of the public, who fully supports May’s Brexit deal.
I received three of these recently on two different email addresses, changed passwords, and ignored. One said they had been following me that did briefly unsettle me although I hadn’t been anyplace dark and/or unseemly. I’ve had several of these emails and was shocked that they had my password and phone number too. Luckily the Snoopy and friends I think to myself what a wonderful world shirt thing I watch is Hollyoaks so I deleted it and started using better passwords. I got one of these emails, laughed and deleted it. I know not everyone is the same but come on, nothing is going to happen, just ignore them. And storing your passwords? Write them down. Burglars are drug addicts trying to steal your big TV not hackers rummage around looking for passwords. It’s just another tactic, they got your password from a paste online. Have unique passwords and use a password manager, change the offending password on the affected site – and delete the email. Just praying on those that don’t know better.