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The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre is receiving reports of an email extortion campaign with links to terrorism.

Once the malware has encrypted files on a victim's computer there is no way to decrypt them without the private key and by paying the ransom there is no guarantee that the files will be decrypted.

Another variation of the extortion scam being reported at the CAFC involves businesses in Canada reporting that their website and internet services are under attack or have been taken down by hackers.

The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre recommends anyone receiving these e-mails not to respond.

In addition to scamming the victims financially, these fraudsters also hope to acquire personal information so that they can steal your identity.

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