Those crafty internet thieves have come up with another way to get your money and it's pretty clever. Scammers are sending email to people that tells them they know their password, displays said password, and then goes on to claim malware is on their computer. The email also claims they have accessed their webcam and know they were on a pr0n site watching video. After it lays all of this out it tells the recipient to send them some Bitcoin and they'll keep the secret or else tell everyone on their contact list (that was stolen also) they are a pr0n freak. However, the passwords in question appear to be from an old list that was stolen in the past. Regardless, even though the passwords are old you know some people never change their password. Those are the folks that will probably pay up. Don't be one of those people. To be clear there is very little possibility that anyone has video of you cranking it unless, of course, you video yourself cranking it. Further, this is almost always a scam. That said, the fact that the hackers are able to supply your real passwords – most probably gleaned from the multiple corporate break-ins that have happened over the past few years – is a clever change to the traditional cyber-blackmail methodology.