Hundreds of women are blackmailed by the hacker named “Ryan J. Vallee”. The hacker threatens females with their nude photo and harassed them online. Vallee hacked the emails and social media accounts of female and extorted victims into sending sexually explicit photos. The hacker was caught by the authorities for his illegal behavior known as “sextortion” and sentenced to 8 years in prison.
Vallee, the hacker used the victims to order sex toys via hacked Amazon accounts and receive the package through victim’s house address.
Hacker threatens the victims to release their sensitive data online if victims didn’t provide him with sexually explicit images. Vallee demands more sexually exploit photo from the victims even if they already shared.
According to US Secret Service, the hacker controls several unknown accounts including Facebook and Amazon to force females to send their sensitive photos and bought sexual items. He hacked hundreds of female accounts and threatens them.
He continued: “I hacked your Facebook if you don’t show me your t*ts I will set this as your profile picture nice p***y too girl. You don’t have a choice. If I don’t see your tits by ten everyone will see your p***y. Don’t make me do this [victim’s first name]. I hacked you once I can hack you again.” IBT reports.
After getting the nude photos from victims, Vallee created a fake Facebook account and posted her sexually explicit images as a profile picture and issued a friend request to her family and friends.
Following this issue, authorities tracked down Vallee and filed official charges in July 2015, but the hacker was released, awaiting his trial. Investigators rearrested Vallee in March 2016, after more hacks came to light, Bleeping computer reports.
Vallee pleaded guilty in 2016 to a 31-count indictment charging him with 13 counts of making threats, one count of computer hacking to steal information, eight counts of computer hacking to extort, eight counts of aggravated identity theft and one count of cyberstalking.
“The criminal division and our law enforcement partners are committed to protecting our youth from sextortion and to finding and prosecuting wrongdoers lurking in the shadows of the internet.”
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