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1  Economy / Services / WTB: iCloud lock removal - REASONABLE PRICE!!! on: February 24, 2015, 05:10:20 AM
Looking for someone who can do iCloud lock removal for all relevant model iPhones.
Please dont post with some ridiculous price.
I have a long history of iPhone unlock and repair and need a reliable provider
for the service.
If provider can assist, would also like to set up an escrow service here for
more users who need help with this in the future.
Please contact via PM first.

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2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / 7.4BTC transaction shows as 0.025 BTC sent on blockchain.info - HELP on: August 15, 2014, 11:48:13 AM
So this transaction was sent by a contact of mine who's been buying up BTC lately.


https://blockchain.info/tx/4a1a053fc069da2ac324aceac83351f81a96dc6c4d6b3115d3bfa6f06e740159

They have sent ONE transaction since they got the wallet and just messaged me saying they
think they sent the funds to the wrong person.

The address they sent to has received a GRIP of BTC and I was wondering if it is a CEX.io address
or a mixer.

Google the address and it has 0 info about it except block explorer search results.

NOW, here is what is odd.

The transaction details for THAT transaction show the outputs sent 7.4 BTC, with no fees, and its already
confirmed.  First part that makes me wonder what is up.

Second part is that on the wallet address main page, the transaction shows:

Total Received - 27.80488648 BTC
Final Balance    - 27.77988648 BTC

https://blockchain.info/address/1B2UhCF2RnNhyUH52nR8aKQFwUATsRn1oc

Its not possible they could have sent 7.4 BTC like the actual transaction shows here.
AND, on the main wallet page, the whole thing is odd to me.
It shows the transaction was 7.4 BTC , but the red output circle is 0.025
AND, final balance minus total received is 0.025 BTC so why is it showing they sent that massive received wallet 7.4BTC

https://blockchain.info/tx/4a1a053fc069da2ac324aceac83351f81a96dc6c4d6b3115d3bfa6f06e740159

I'm trying to ask what type of wallet he used but its strange that the FIRST transaction hes ever sent is so weird to the
fact Ive never seen anything like it.

Next, WTF is that wallet he sent it to...
He didn't send 7.4 BTC, did he, it says it did in the transaction, but his wallet said he didnt.
And how could a transaction that big with 0 fee get confirmations so fast?

I have a friend who did a test with no fee for 0.006 and 12 hours later 0 confirmations.
Any info on what the hell happened here would help but I think hes panicking for no reason and his funds are still
there and he didn't send anyone 7.4BTC but I haven't been doing this long enough to claim to know exactly what I really do se.


3  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD]2 UNITS OF Spondoolies-Tech SP10 Dawson Bitcoin ASIC Miner - 1.4 TH/s on: July 22, 2014, 02:38:53 AM
Asking price is 5.5 BTC.
Buyer is responsible for any shipping if you don't keep them hosted in its current co-host location
in Nebraska USA.
Buyer is responsible for any escrow if they feel they require that.

Up for sale are TWO UNITS of SP-10 Dawson Bitcoin Mining ASICs which are CO-HOSTED in the USA.
That is 2.8TH/s of hashing power in under 3U of space!!
You will NOT find a more efficient space saving miner on the market ANYWHERE.
These ASICS are a QUALITY product and in my opinion, the top of bar when it comes to BTC miners on the market!!!

Don't wait around for pre-order ASICS.  These are IN HAND ready to hash to your pool workers TODAY!!

ASICs were used less than 2 months and are in a CO-HOSTED environment.
The first two pictures show the current location of the hosted ASICs.
This means that for $225 per month you can operate these ASICS in a server room with a controlled
environment and no big power bills at home.  Hosting includes TWO public IP Addresses so you can
monitor and configure them from the comfort of home.

After the sale is complete I will send you the address of each miner and its login credentials so you can access
them to start mining to the pool of your choice immediately.

I will then contact the hosting company and have the hosting service turned over to you.

If you want to have the items shipped, you will need to coordinate with the co-hosting manager and cover the
fees to ship for you and cancel the co-hosting.

This is a great situation if you are out of the USA and looking for these ASICs to be up and hashing TODAY.
If you choose to keep them hosted you will not have to worry about high IMPORT fees into your country!!

These ASICS are LOUD and produce alot of warm air when they are operating at full production.
I would suggest that you keep these ASICS hosted as trying to run them at home is NOT an easy feat to accomplish
and will be MUCH more expensive.

ASICS are currently operating in TURBO mode at 1.4TH/s each on 208V power.

You can see the graphs of these ASICs speed in the pictures as well.


I ACCEPT BITCION PAYMENTS via COINBASE

Feel free to message me if you have questions.


ASICs are in PERFECT working condition.  I will not accept returns due to the nature of the items for sale.






4  Economy / Scam Accusations / BEWARE of Localbitcions.com - My account was hacked and BTC was stolen on: July 01, 2014, 03:04:07 AM
Yesterday I got what I thought was an email from localbitcoins.com administrators.  It in fact turned out to be a phishing
scam which I didn't realize until after I clicked on the phishing link.  The following is the email I received.
I know its not much but I say its open season to go after these guys and steal anything back from them that they have.
If you steal like that from someone I say you deserve to have 100X stolen back from you.

Just split anything you get with me.  LOL.  Yah I can dream right.


FROM: no-reply@localbitcoins.com communication@localbitcoins.com via comcast.net

***
I cant see the full email header to get an IP but I wish I could. It looks like they somehow spoofed the email address.
If anyone knows how to get the full email header from GMAIL let me know and Ill add that information.
***

Hi,

This message is to alert you that your account has been temporarily flagged as potentially fraudulent due to information provided in a support ticket opened by another user.
Please confirm that you are the owner of this account by responding at your convenience before we proceed. Thank you. https://localbitcoins.com/support/reply/787334/

*****
This link ACTUALLY takes you here:

http://ammaraandlayla.com/v/login.htm

That website translates to here at an NSLOOKUP:
23.229.162.73


General IP Information
IP:   23.229.162.73
Decimal:   400925257
Hostname:   ip-23-229-162-73.ip.secureserver.net
ISP:   GoDaddy.com, LLC
Organization:   GoDaddy.com, LLC
Services:   None detected
Type:   Corporate
Assignment:   Static IP
Blacklist:   
Geolocation Information
Country:   United States us flag
State/Region:   Arizona
City:   Scottsdale
Latitude:   33.6119  (33 36′ 42.84″ N)
Longitude:   -111.8906  (111 53′ 26.16″ W)
Area Code:   480
Postal Code:   85260

*****

Best regards,
Edgar
LocalBitcoins.com (automated message)


Immediately after I realized what happened I changed my password and even went as far as resetting the google authenticator 2 form factor authentication so it would be on a new authentication string for extra caution.

I then immediately submitted a ticket to Localbitcions.com alerting them about what I received and to inform them
that their could be potential hackers attacking their website.








I figured that all was well and I would be safe.  Id reset my password AND reset the two form factor authentication so they would need my phone to do anything with my account right.  I WAS WRONG!!!


About 2 hours later, I noticed my wallet balance at Localbitcoins was ZERO.  Now, I only lost 0.5BTC but this was just a kick in my chest to think that even with the two form factor authentication AND a new password that was 32 characters long and has everything from uppercase, lowercase, numbers, special characters, EVERYTHING, it was still hacked in less than 2 hours.

NOW I was just fuming.  I opened another ticket with Localbitcoins.com to tell them
what just happend after I told them their site may be compromised.

Here is the transaction if anyone can do anything with it.


06/30/2014 20:54         0.5    Sent to 1D8niJyfQrfiUpgXe36s8M9QFiw2xgCXD4

txid e377545df538d973f23dc93f9392cc2a4109779029ab04176f97fb49d4251ee5



The replies I got back made me even more upset and untill now, the staff at Localbitcoins.com has not compensated
me for an anauthorized access of my account from ANOTHER COUNTRY.  I live in Japan and proved the IP address my PC was using.
Then what shocked me was their staff sent me all the transaction logs and the IP addresses from the attackers so to me its opens season on these guys.  Ill be posting in the bitcointalk forums to get the guys who have fun with that stuff to track these guys down if they can.

So, the part that has upset me the most is the COMPLETE lack of security at their website.

I had two form
 factor security set up and they still managed to log into my account and send off the funds from my wallet.

When they replied to me they said they would not help me and would not compensate me to return the stolen funds.
This is beyond unacceptable to me.

1st, their site security is obviously VERY VERY lax.  I reset my password and it was hacked at the site in minutes.
2nd, their security is obviously not very good when they can bypass the two form factor authentication.  I mean my phone is in Japan and the attackers were in the USA.  Obviously the hackers were able to access the website to pull
information they needed to bypass the 2 form factor authentication or to reproduce mine.
3rd, they have no security to protect you account when people log in from a completely different country
 and they dont
stop them.  They dont have ANY kind of protection that locks your account when such a login after unsuccessful logins occur from ANOTHER country.  Such a thing should lock your account and require you to authenticate your identity from
an email from the site and a call or text to your registered telephone number.

The whole thing stinks to me and I wonder how many other people have been hacked.

Im including the unauthorized access to my account as well just as an FYI for you if you can do anything with it.


Also on a final note, I just noticed that after my complaints to the site yesterday, they now require a human verification
captcha login requirement AFTER they got hacked and my BTC was stolen.  I think its all too little too late and they are a prime target for hackers and are doing nothing to protect its customers, and will do nothing after their customers are robbed:



Here are replies I got form the site:
Ive added notes to what IP was me and what was the one who hacked the site.






Please tell us what IP is the one from the attacker since there is many different and we only can recognize the one who withdraw your funds:
Really admin idiots?  You cant tell WHO withdrew the funds?
Obviously the one that says SEND FROM WALLET and the one who was NOT me changing my password
like I told you I would do to prove what PC and IP I was using at home.  FKNG idiots!!!


   XXXXXXX (0)   June 30, 2014, 2:54 p.m.   Send from wallet   46.21.154.83   Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/35.0.1916.153 Safari/537.36

THIS WAS THE HACKER

 XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 2:45 p.m.   Two-factor Phase 2 login   46.21.154.83   Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/35.0.1916.153 Safari/537.36

THIS WAS THE HACKER

 XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 2:37 p.m.   Two-factor Phase 1 login   46.21.154.83   Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/35.0.1916.153 Safari/537.36

THIS WAS THE HACKER

 XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 2:22 p.m.   Two-factor Phase 1 login
   46.21.154.83   Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko)
 Chrome/35.0.1916.153 Safari/537.36

THIS WAS THE HACKER

 XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 1:05 p.m.   Two-factor Phase 1 login   207.244.76.170   Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/35.0.1916.153 Safari/537.36

THIS WAS THE HACKER

 XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 1:03 p.m.   Two-factor Phase 1 login   207.244.76.170   Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/35.0.1916.153 Safari/537.36

THIS WAS THE HACKER


 XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 1:03 p.m.   SMS sent       Content: Localbitcoins.com verification token: XXX

THIS WAS ME AT HOME VERIFYING MY TELEPHONE NUMBER.


 XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 1:03 p.m.   Two-factor Phase 2 login   118.15.15.241   Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:30.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/30.0

THIS WAS ME AT HOME

 XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 1:03 p.m.
   Two-factor Phase 1 login   118.15.15.241   Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:30.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/30.0

THIS WAS ME AT HOME

 XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 1:01 p.m.   Two-factor enabled      118.15.15.241   mobile

THIS WAS ME AT HOME RESETTING MY 2 form factor authentication to
setup the Google authenticator on a new authentication string.

 XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 1 p.m.   Logged in   207.244.76.170   Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/35.0.1916.153 Safari/537.36

THIS WAS THE HACKER

 XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 1 p.m.   Two-factor disabled    118.15.15.241   

THIS WAS ME AT  HOME RESETTING MY 2 form factor authentication to
setup the Google authenticator on a new authentication string.

   XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 1 p.m.   Password change request   118.15.15.241   
 
THIS WAS ME AT HOME RESETTING MY PASSWORD AFTER RECEIVING
THE EMAIL I REPORTED

 XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 12:59 p.m.   Password change request   118.15.15.241   
 
THIS WAS ME AT HOME RESETTING MY PASSWORD AFTER RECEIVING
THE EMAIL I REPORTED

 XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 12:57 p.m.   Failed login attempt   207.244.76.170   Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/35.0.1916.153 Safari/537.36

THIS WAS THE HACKER   

   XXXXXXX  (0)   June 30, 2014, 12:55 p.m.   Failed login attempt   207.244.76.170   Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/35.0.1916.153 Safari/537.36


THIS WAS THE HACKER



--- Best regards, Edgar








General IP Information
IP:   46.21.154.83
Decimal:   773167699
Hostname:   83.154.21.46.in-addr.arpa
ISP:   Swiftway Sp. z o.o.
Organization:   Dedicated-servers
Services:   None detected
Type:   Corporate
Assignment:   Dynamic IP
Blacklist:   
Geolocation Information
Country:   United States us flag
Latitude:   38  (38 0′ 0.00″ N)
Longitude:   -97  (97 0′ 0.00″ W)


ALSO in the USA!!!
HOW CAN THEY HAVE MY PHONE???
They didnt seem to care or believe me.

General IP Information
IP:   207.244.76.170
Decimal:   3488894122
Hostname:   hosted-by.leaseweb.com
ISP:   Leaseweb USA
Organization:   Leaseweb USA
Services:   None detected
Type:   Corporate
Assignment:   Static IP
Blacklist:   
Geolocation Information
Country:   United States us flag
State/Region:   California
Latitude:   34.0522  (34 3′ 7.92″ N)
Longitude:   -118.2437  (118 14′ 37.32″ W)







Their final response to me was the following that they would not be helping me and would not
refund my STOLEN BTC.


By Support.Localbitcoins
June 30, 2014, 10:14 p.m. - 12 hours ago

Hi,,

We can not reimburse your loss , since we are not responsible for where you click or the security breach you have in your device.
If the attacker got your authentication code by the phishing email I would suggest you to create a new account.

---
Best regards,
Edgar


In response to:

IT is impossible they got the NEW 2FA code because I JUST CHANGED it mins after I got the email.

AFTER I got the email, and yes I did click on the link I got, I saw that the address was not localbitcoins.com
and immediatley sent you the first case where I reported getting the email.

THEN, I changed my password seconds after I clicked on the link and realized it was a phishing site, AND I reset the 2 form factor authentication so it was on a new authentication string.  How could they have that?

EVEN doing that, they still hacked your website and my account.

HOW IS THAT POSSIBLE.
THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE.

Here is what I want.
I want my 0.5BTC returned to me at this address:

1JxiQk4V1jgDSbWNMi2rgQL76hNbX1vFQC

I dont want to use this website again when it can be hacked so easily.

I TOLD YOU that I got something fishy, expected something, went as far as changing my password
AFTER I clicked on that link, and resetting my 2 form authentication, and they STILL hacked
your website.  THAT IS UNACCEPTABLE.

If my 0.5BTC is not returned to me I will be reporting your website to the authorities in my
home city as FRADULENT.

This is unacceptable to me!!!

By Support.Localbitcoins
June 30, 2014, 10:14 p.m. - 12 hours ago

Hi,,

We can not reimburse your loss , since we are not responsible for where you click or the security breach you have in your device.
If the attacker got your authentication code by the phishing email I would suggest you to create a new account.

---
Best regards,
Edgar
5  Economy / Auctions / 1400W MAX DELL power supply for ASIC miner / Avalon / Bitmain on: June 24, 2014, 10:26:29 AM

2 DELL power supplies connected to server backplane.
No messy soldering or frayed wires necessary.

700W max each so 1400W total output.







Starting at 0.1BTC bid to cover shipping.

Bidding ends 01 July 2014 10PM JST
6  Economy / Computer hardware / PDU for sale was Re: [ANN] Spondoolies-Tech - Best W/GH/s ratio, Best $/GH/s ratio on: June 23, 2014, 08:52:18 AM
I ordered too many of these if anyone wants a BEEFY PDU.

Im sure you could run the SP10 with the power limitation removed.
The power cables are 12 gauge if that is heavy duty enough.

Not light to ship but if anyone is interested I dont need this one.





7  Economy / Goods / [WTS] iPhone 4 - 32GB - WHITE - FACTORY UNLOCKED on: May 25, 2014, 11:51:45 PM
Phone is in like new condition.
Phone is factory unlocked.

Phone only.

I am a reputable seller on eBay.
http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=hard_house_inc&ftab=AllFeedback

Asking $300 OBO USD and taking payment via CoinBase.









Will ship internationally as long as EMS mail will ship the item there.

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