Here’s a scam that taunts your innocence.
You might not be a hacker but these message senders seem to think you are. Some of these e-mails are quick to accuse you of accessing their personal information. Others claim to have a lead on compromising photos of someone close to you being leaked on the web. Either way, they are preying on your desire to keep personal business offline.
These messages (and they take many forms) may seem to contain proof of your crime. The “proof” is a Trojan horse parading as a photo.zip file attachment that may compromise your information or photos. This malware only affects Windows systems, however it’s better not to believe these claims no matter your operating system.
Unless you suspect yourself of sleep-hacking, trust your instincts and don’t reply, delete.