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September 27, 2015, 09:03:59 AM
Last edit: September 27, 2015, 09:40:04 AM by accountbuyer103_hacked
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My account accountbuyer103 has been hacked last night, after I attempted to buy accounts from neotox and accountsprov after requesting master-p to act as escrow. Please avoid further interactions with the account, as it is a newbie account I didn't bother posting a signed message and dumbly used accountbuyer@yopmail.com for my email, so thats probably how the hacker got entry to my account.
Neotox and mater-p if you are there, please do not provide the account the credentials of the accounts , thanks.
Edit: Just saw that I can see my pass reset in the log https://bitcointalk.org/seclog.php

Edit2: I am ready to provide any proof that I am the real owner of the account although there are not proofs to present
Edit3: Forgive me if I am in the wrong board.
Edit4: The guy who hacked my account is still online it seems, dang
Edit5: Fuck it, damage done seems he requested a refund from both master-p and neotox , total 0.325.Mayne should've been more careful
Edit6: That hacker seems to be online, I'd really appreciate it if you guys troll him
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September 27, 2015, 09:32:22 AM
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You should contact theymos, here more info: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0
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September 27, 2015, 09:33:42 AM
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Collateral holders should start checking for password resets as part of routine before sending coins.

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September 27, 2015, 09:36:57 AM
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Looks like there was a change to the forum and email addresses are being displayed by default on the profile page of new users. Somebody probably clicked on your profile and noticed you used a temporary email address and stole your account.

If you want to use a temporary email address I would recommend you use one that only you can access. mailinator.com lets you do this.

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September 27, 2015, 11:30:56 AM
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Looks like there was a change to the forum and email addresses are being displayed by default on the profile page of new users. Somebody probably clicked on your profile and noticed you used a temporary email address and stole your account.

If you want to use a temporary email address I would recommend you use one that only you can access. mailinator.com lets you do this.
Damn, did anyone know about this new change? Lost $50+ bucks because of this
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September 27, 2015, 03:57:53 PM
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Edit5: Fuck it, damage done seems he requested a refund from both master-p and neotox , total 0.325.Mayne should've been more careful
I think you should probably post the transaction identifier of the transaction that deposited funds to maser-p's control. This would also show the transaction of where the hacker had the BTC sent to after he hacked your account.
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