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Everything was working fine until a few days ago i copy and pasted my BTC address but it came out different and sent some phisher like 5 bucks i thought i was being stupid and copied a random address so i didnt worry about it until today i found out its a real problem and i need help fixing it
DON'T PAY RUSSIAN CRYAKL RANSOM - YOU WON'T GET YOUR FILES BACK If you pay the typically demanded 3 btc (US$12,000) then they'll say "Pay full price 5 btc", US$20,000 and even if you pay that you still won't get your files back. CL 126.96.36.199.id-@@@@@7491-11C2.randomname Above is the latest version from Russian criminals which changes your file names and starts with the email to contact them. Typically the email is from aol.com (eg email@example.com) or india.com (eg firstname.lastname@example.org). They will ask for 3 bitcoin today and 5 tomorrow. What do you think happens when you pay 5 bitcoins ..... the price goes up again. I encourage you to contact the FBI to track them down and your state Senator in the US and put pressure on AOL to stop assisting these criminals.