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These viruses pose a significant threat to your privacy and Internet browsing safety - they gather sensitive data (logins/passwords, banking details, etc.), and might also open "backdoors" for other infections (mostly, ransomware).
You are also advised to avoid using third party download/installation tools, since developers monetize them by "bundling" (promoting) rogue software.
Download your programs from official sources only, via direct download links.
"Porn Blackmail" shares similarities with many other spam campaigns, such as e Fax, Important Documents IRS, You Have A Santander Secure, and HM Revenue & Customs Outstanding Amount.
Unlike "Porn Blackmail", these campaigns do not make ransom demands, but encourage users to download and open various email attachments (e.g., invoices, bills, or similar) that are often presented as MS Office documents.