Ransomware takes on new heights: hackers hack and block men’s chastity belts

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In the era of the Internet of Things, cybercriminals regularly manage to “take new heights”. This time, it became known about the ransomware that users of the Qiui Cellmate men’s chastity belts suffer from. The Vice resource drew attention to the problem.

Ransomware takes on new heights: hackers hack and block men's chastity belts

According to security specialist Smelly, founder of the vx-underground website with a collection of examples of malicious code, hackers have learned to hack and take control of Qiui Cellmate, then demanding a ransom in bitcoins to unblock it.

According to the screenshot provided by Smelly, a hacker wrote Your cock is mine now to one of the victims. According to the victim named Robert, the ransom amount was 0.02 bitcoin, which at the current exchange rate is 48.5 thousand rubles or 661 dollars. At the same time, the chastity belt was indeed “blocked” and the victim could not “get access to it”. Luckily for Robert, the wearer was not wearing the chastity belt at the time of the lock.

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