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May 31, 2015, 10:39:25 AM
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May 31, 2015, 10:51:22 AM
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Hi guys, i need help - recently one of my btc address hacked and a user hacked and stole my 92btc

1st i need help to trace the exact location of the hacker or address

if you can obtain information about him i give you 1btc straight


then if i figure out the hacker *I WANT HIM Cry blood* and i will give 20btc for that

Thanks guys

Blockchain : https://blockchain.info/tx/0ee6313f78413251430c61084de2243dd499dc563c7e88fcfe8af0c06f452d40

hacker's address : https://blockchain.info/address/19rj5xTV2RQeda6ePmG3kVkeC2VYFhLzn2

Can you escrow that 1BTC bounty?

How was it hacked? Do you have any idea? Hacker left 0.57780655BTC in your wallet! Why did he do that? Huh In this* transaction, hacker took 0.00000065BTC and send 1.57780655BTC(change) back to your address. If it happened in the other way, i.e hacker taking 1.57780655BTC and leaving 0.00000065BTC makes more sense. This doesn't look like a hack to me.

* https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/tx/8e8920292b1b158c1496256b2fb6c8b861a1012a5b56c6f4834b9baf3efc6f36

he have stolen 133 btc from me till now - i want him fcked up

I can only find two transaction to hacker's address from yours. Summing both doesn't give 133. So why you are telling he stole 133BTC from you?

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May 31, 2015, 10:57:33 AM
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all the transaction coming to him is from my website "customers" can't disclose

So that means you are running a website and hacker stole 133BTC?

Please recheck my post and answer my questions.

Hi guys, i need help - recently one of my btc address hacked and a user hacked and stole my 92btc

1st i need help to trace the exact location of the hacker or address

if you can obtain information about him i give you 1btc straight


then if i figure out the hacker *I WANT HIM Cry blood* and i will give 20btc for that

Thanks guys

Blockchain : https://blockchain.info/tx/0ee6313f78413251430c61084de2243dd499dc563c7e88fcfe8af0c06f452d40

hacker's address : https://blockchain.info/address/19rj5xTV2RQeda6ePmG3kVkeC2VYFhLzn2

Can you escrow that 1BTC bounty?

How was it hacked? Do you have any idea? Hacker left 0.57780655BTC in your wallet! Why did he do that? Huh In this* transaction, hacker took 0.00000065BTC and send 1.57780655BTC(change) back to your address. If it happened in the other way, i.e hacker taking 1.57780655BTC and leaving 0.00000065BTC makes more sense. This doesn't look like a hack to me.

* https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/tx/8e8920292b1b158c1496256b2fb6c8b861a1012a5b56c6f4834b9baf3efc6f36

he have stolen 133 btc from me till now - i want him fcked up

I can only find two transaction to hacker's address from yours. Summing both doesn't give 133. So why you are telling he stole 133BTC from you?

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May 31, 2015, 11:04:35 AM
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How do you expect anyone to find who it is if you don't provide any information about anything besides a transaction..

What platform did you use ? how did he get access to the wallet ?
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May 31, 2015, 11:21:53 AM
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all the transaction coming to him is from my website "customers" can't disclose

We really need all info.  Chances are it's gone but the more info you provide the better chance of finding who did it.

I mean look at what the forums did they said they made a forensic backup.  They can see exactly what the "bad guy did".  If I were you I would be worried that hes still in your website. 

Your customer data count be in danger... I would turn off and try to figure it out.


Also I would HIGHLY suggest changing saying you will pay 20 BTC for him to "Cry blood".    I can understand your anger and agree it sucks but but that could be considered a threat and with offering of money for it hard to say what all legal bad things it could be.
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May 31, 2015, 11:38:36 AM
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Well, if you can't provide details publicly I guess you'll need to look for some other professional to contact you and then you will need to provide him any info regarding the hack..   good luck
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May 31, 2015, 12:01:02 PM
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GUYS

I have some business and get btc in transactions

the hacker hacked into my server ( the logs are spoofed ) - he changed the btc address to his and he stole 133 till now

I am asking again. How do you know that he stole 133BTC?

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How was it hacked? Do you have any idea? Hacker left 0.57780655BTC in your wallet! Why did he do that? Huh In this* transaction, hacker took 0.00000065BTC and send 1.57780655BTC(change) back to your address. If it happened in the other way, i.e hacker taking 1.57780655BTC and leaving 0.00000065BTC makes more sense. This doesn't look like a hack to me.

* https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/tx/8e8920292b1b158c1496256b2fb6c8b861a1012a5b56c6f4834b9baf3efc6f36

he have stolen 133 btc from me till now - i want him fcked up

I can only find two transaction to hacker's address from yours. Summing both doesn't give 133. So why you are telling he stole 133BTC from you?

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June 01, 2015, 02:03:40 AM
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GUYS

I have some business and get btc in transactions

the hacker hacked into my server ( the logs are spoofed ) - he changed the btc address to his and he stole 133 till now




Did you check to see if other things were downloaded?   Depending on what information of customers this could be a big problem.  Look into log and see if he downloaded some of your databases. 

And if he had access to edit lot you might not know.  But I would at least check.
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June 01, 2015, 06:22:46 PM
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Did you have TeamViewer installed on your machine?

no.
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