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April 09, 2016, 06:39:04 PM
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@ctlaltdefeat
how could you reset via email?
the account was belong to me in 31 january till you reset the password in April 06.
thing that make me curious is, why you comeback here after lost account for couple months?
also why you did not open accussation like this when your account lost?

i need actseller confirmation about this, have pm'ed him but got nothing yet.


anyway i have updated op with my sign message.

I'd suggest to fix the date (9/4 is ambiguous) and provide a link to the staked post.

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April 09, 2016, 06:47:25 PM
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I don't live on the forum. My posting from the point of creation of my account in 2013 up until the beginning of the year has been fairly sporadic.

In fact, if posting on this forum was, for some inexplicable reason, a scarce resource, I wouldn't hesitate to give my posting rights to someone who desperately needed it.
Especially to this fellow who has an urgent need to advertise signatures for shoddy bitcoin porn websites.

By the way, I hope everyone reading this is well aware that signing a message right now with a PGP key and a bitcoin address that have absolutely no relation to me or this account, servers absolutely no purpose and is in fact meaningless.

A signed message with what key? What are you talking about?

With a Bitcoin address that you had previously staked or otherwise posted.

How to:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=990345.0


Are you not familiar with the many instances of exposed and leak accounts, and the various incompentent/shoddy practices of theymos? You must be new here. I suggest you read up, maybe then you will "allow" me to assign blame to your precious forum.

Yes, I'm a total noob but still capable of choosing a unique and sufficiently complex password.

That's the thing: I haven't posted any bitcoin address, ever.
If needed, my post history pre-hacking shows lots of posts regarding various sportsbooks, for example Fairlay. I can prove I have the same user on Fairlay, if need be.

I can commend you on your choice of unique and complex password (I use a password manager-generated password and 2FA auth for sites that really matter to me), but I rather doubt that someone bruteforced my password for this site.
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April 09, 2016, 06:48:39 PM
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everyone can see its hacker

how it is possible, i bought account from someone and changed email to ctlaltdefeat@bitcointalk.org
Aleister Crowley bought account from me and he changed the email

there are almost 0% chances new buyer will change email address that the hacker is claiming as his

there are 2 possibilities

1 = that ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com account wasn't registered, someone registered it and reset the password
2 = if it was registered then owner of ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com saw emails from bitcointalk to his inbox and reset the password

ctlaltdefeat do you have any proof

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April 09, 2016, 06:59:08 PM
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That's the thing: I haven't posted any bitcoin address, ever.
If needed, my post history pre-hacking shows lots of posts regarding various sportsbooks, for example Fairlay. I can prove I have the same user on Fairlay, if need be.

I can commend you on your choice of unique and complex password (I use a password manager-generated password and 2FA auth for sites that really matter to me), but I rather doubt that someone bruteforced my password for this site.

Is this yours?

https://blockchain.info/address/1METnz1Gvcz1Ce1D29SBZAtE9cok5cHEy8


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April 09, 2016, 07:07:53 PM
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I'd suggest to fix the date (9/4 is ambiguous) and provide a link to the staked post.

fixed, thanks!

I don't live on the forum. My posting from the point of creation of my account in 2013 up until the beginning of the year has been fairly sporadic.

In fact, if posting on this forum was, for some inexplicable reason, a scarce resource, I wouldn't hesitate to give my posting rights to someone who desperately needed it.
Especially to this fellow who has an urgent need to advertise signatures for shoddy bitcoin porn websites.

By the way, I hope everyone reading this is well aware that signing a message right now with a PGP key and a bitcoin address that have absolutely no relation to me or this account, servers absolutely no purpose and is in fact meaningless.


i was in xotika signature campaign, so you already knew your account were stolen, keep posting and you do nothing?  Huh  Huh  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes

edit : i thought you are in urgent need too sometime  Sad https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=776010.msg8850473#msg8850473

everyone can see its hacker

how it is possible, i bought account from someone and changed email to ctlaltdefeat@bitcointalk.org
Aleister Crowley bought account from me and he changed the email

there are almost 0% chances new buyer will change email address that the hacker is claiming as his

there are 2 possibilities

1 = that ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com account wasn't registered, someone registered it and reset the password
2 = if it was registered then owner of ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com saw emails from bitcointalk to his inbox and reset the password

ctlaltdefeat do you have any proof

he said he is no related to ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com but ctlaltdefeat@yahoo.com , i am curious the truth ctlaltdefeat account was reset from which email? if there is a way to know it.

That's the thing: I haven't posted any bitcoin address, ever.
If needed, my post history pre-hacking shows lots of posts regarding various sportsbooks, for example Fairlay. I can prove I have the same user on Fairlay, if need be.

I can commend you on your choice of unique and complex password (I use a password manager-generated password and 2FA auth for sites that really matter to me), but I rather doubt that someone bruteforced my password for this site.

Is this yours?

https://blockchain.info/address/1METnz1Gvcz1Ce1D29SBZAtE9cok5cHEy8



i would trust 99% to anyone who can sign message from this address 1METnz1Gvcz1Ce1D29SBZAtE9cok5cHEy8 , that he is the original owner of ctlaltdefeat account, and let's see who's a bad guy here.

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April 09, 2016, 07:41:47 PM
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That's the thing: I haven't posted any bitcoin address, ever.
If needed, my post history pre-hacking shows lots of posts regarding various sportsbooks, for example Fairlay. I can prove I have the same user on Fairlay, if need be.

I can commend you on your choice of unique and complex password (I use a password manager-generated password and 2FA auth for sites that really matter to me), but I rather doubt that someone bruteforced my password for this site.

Is this yours?

https://blockchain.info/address/1METnz1Gvcz1Ce1D29SBZAtE9cok5cHEy8



Thanks a lot, this is indeed mine! Signed below. Where did you find a reference to this address, so that I may show this to the users of this site that have given me negative trust?

Code:
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
This is ctlaltdefeat, the original owner of the bitcointalk.org account of the same nickname AND the CURRENT owner of the account, signing to verify ownership. The date is Saturday, 9 April, 2016.
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1METnz1Gvcz1Ce1D29SBZAtE9cok5cHEy8
HBR2Fw7hlMfupW0EEHeKBL5Fk7pC3H1lEXBs6SC6OXpBCPRczlh5e18KsDE0wk2aZmhmOj/CIoe/C9nNM6aX0Lw=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
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April 09, 2016, 07:48:47 PM
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That's the thing: I haven't posted any bitcoin address, ever.
If needed, my post history pre-hacking shows lots of posts regarding various sportsbooks, for example Fairlay. I can prove I have the same user on Fairlay, if need be.

I can commend you on your choice of unique and complex password (I use a password manager-generated password and 2FA auth for sites that really matter to me), but I rather doubt that someone bruteforced my password for this site.

Is this yours?

https://blockchain.info/address/1METnz1Gvcz1Ce1D29SBZAtE9cok5cHEy8



Thanks a lot, this is indeed mine! Signed below. Where did you find a reference to this address, so that I may show this to the users of this site that have given me negative trust?

Code:
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
This is ctlaltdefeat, the original owner of the bitcointalk.org account of the same nickname AND the CURRENT owner of the account, signing to verify ownership. The date is Saturday, 9 April, 2016.
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1METnz1Gvcz1Ce1D29SBZAtE9cok5cHEy8
HBR2Fw7hlMfupW0EEHeKBL5Fk7pC3H1lEXBs6SC6OXpBCPRczlh5e18KsDE0wk2aZmhmOj/CIoe/C9nNM6aX0Lw=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----

verified using bitcoin core

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April 09, 2016, 07:55:39 PM
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That's the thing: I haven't posted any bitcoin address, ever.
If needed, my post history pre-hacking shows lots of posts regarding various sportsbooks, for example Fairlay. I can prove I have the same user on Fairlay, if need be.

I can commend you on your choice of unique and complex password (I use a password manager-generated password and 2FA auth for sites that really matter to me), but I rather doubt that someone bruteforced my password for this site.

Is this yours?

https://blockchain.info/address/1METnz1Gvcz1Ce1D29SBZAtE9cok5cHEy8



Thanks a lot, this is indeed mine! Signed below. Where did you find a reference to this address, so that I may show this to the users of this site that have given me negative trust?

Code:
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
This is ctlaltdefeat, the original owner of the bitcointalk.org account of the same nickname AND the CURRENT owner of the account, signing to verify ownership. The date is Saturday, 9 April, 2016.
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1METnz1Gvcz1Ce1D29SBZAtE9cok5cHEy8
HBR2Fw7hlMfupW0EEHeKBL5Fk7pC3H1lEXBs6SC6OXpBCPRczlh5e18KsDE0wk2aZmhmOj/CIoe/C9nNM6aX0Lw=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----

verified.

so far the negative trust should belong to this user https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=714774 actseller who sold the account to me.

edit : here the link to your posted transaction https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=447831.msg5031046#msg5031046

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April 09, 2016, 08:37:56 PM
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That's the thing: I haven't posted any bitcoin address, ever.
If needed, my post history pre-hacking shows lots of posts regarding various sportsbooks, for example Fairlay. I can prove I have the same user on Fairlay, if need be.

I can commend you on your choice of unique and complex password (I use a password manager-generated password and 2FA auth for sites that really matter to me), but I rather doubt that someone bruteforced my password for this site.

Is this yours?

https://blockchain.info/address/1METnz1Gvcz1Ce1D29SBZAtE9cok5cHEy8



Thanks a lot, this is indeed mine! Signed below. Where did you find a reference to this address, so that I may show this to the users of this site that have given me negative trust?

Code:
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
This is ctlaltdefeat, the original owner of the bitcointalk.org account of the same nickname AND the CURRENT owner of the account, signing to verify ownership. The date is Saturday, 9 April, 2016.
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1METnz1Gvcz1Ce1D29SBZAtE9cok5cHEy8
HBR2Fw7hlMfupW0EEHeKBL5Fk7pC3H1lEXBs6SC6OXpBCPRczlh5e18KsDE0wk2aZmhmOj/CIoe/C9nNM6aX0Lw=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----

verified.

so far the negative trust should belong to this user https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=714774 actseller who sold the account to me.

edit : here the link to your posted transaction https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=447831.msg5031046#msg5031046

Its still possible that the original owner sold the account to ActSeller. Be that as it may I think a refund is in order. I will cover 50% of the paid price since - as Quickseller pointed out - I could possibly have prevented this by changing the mail address myself. Im not entirely sure this is true, as Im sure ActSeller changed the mail. Let me know an address where you want the BTC, PM me if you want to keep it private.

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That's the thing: I haven't posted any bitcoin address, ever.
If needed, my post history pre-hacking shows lots of posts regarding various sportsbooks, for example Fairlay. I can prove I have the same user on Fairlay, if need be.

I can commend you on your choice of unique and complex password (I use a password manager-generated password and 2FA auth for sites that really matter to me), but I rather doubt that someone bruteforced my password for this site.

Is this yours?

https://blockchain.info/address/1METnz1Gvcz1Ce1D29SBZAtE9cok5cHEy8



Thanks a lot, this is indeed mine! Signed below. Where did you find a reference to this address, so that I may show this to the users of this site that have given me negative trust?

Code:
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
This is ctlaltdefeat, the original owner of the bitcointalk.org account of the same nickname AND the CURRENT owner of the account, signing to verify ownership. The date is Saturday, 9 April, 2016.
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1METnz1Gvcz1Ce1D29SBZAtE9cok5cHEy8
HBR2Fw7hlMfupW0EEHeKBL5Fk7pC3H1lEXBs6SC6OXpBCPRczlh5e18KsDE0wk2aZmhmOj/CIoe/C9nNM6aX0Lw=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----

This post:

What are the chances I get my deposit back? :-( https://blockchain.info/tx/0d26ad5dad12ba4681ebe2ece3fb749f05de149e77b6a80b5b57851326fa6e03
I think I sent it a good 2 hours or so before it ended.

Edit: same as the link Aleister Crowley posted above.

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April 10, 2016, 12:53:02 AM
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Its still possible that the original owner sold the account to ActSeller. Be that as it may I think a refund is in order. I will cover 50% of the paid price since - as Quickseller pointed out - I could possibly have prevented this by changing the mail address myself. Im not entirely sure this is true, as Im sure ActSeller changed the mail. Let me know an address where you want the BTC, PM me if you want to keep it private.

Looking at the post history it would seem that the "real" ctlaltdefeat stopped posting December 19, 2015 and then the new owner started posting February 1, 2016.

Password changes for ctlaltdefeat:

January 11, 2016 - account gets hacked?
January 25, 2016 (three times) - likely when ActSeller acquires the account
January 31, 2016 - ActSeller sells the account to Aleister Crowley
April 7, 2016 - ctlaltdefeat takes the account back via e-mail reset

ActSeller could provide more details about this, e.g. dates, any other users involved in the trade.


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April 10, 2016, 05:26:05 AM
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Its still possible that the original owner sold the account to ActSeller. Be that as it may I think a refund is in order. I will cover 50% of the paid price since - as Quickseller pointed out - I could possibly have prevented this by changing the mail address myself. Im not entirely sure this is true, as Im sure ActSeller changed the mail. Let me know an address where you want the BTC, PM me if you want to keep it private.

Looking at the post history it would seem that the "real" ctlaltdefeat stopped posting December 19, 2015 and then the new owner started posting February 1, 2016.

Password changes for ctlaltdefeat:

January 11, 2016 - account gets hacked?
January 25, 2016 (three times) - likely when ActSeller acquires the account
January 31, 2016 - ActSeller sells the account to Aleister Crowley
April 7, 2016 - ctlaltdefeat takes the account back via e-mail reset

ActSeller could provide more details about this, e.g. dates, any other users involved in the trade.


I can't blame you shorena Sad I only can blame the hacker and a liar , indeed I got loss. Time to post from 120 to 440+ (half of it weren't in paid sig) , wasted money to bought hacked account etc.

Now Waiting for actseller clarification......

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April 11, 2016, 06:00:12 AM
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Dissapointed to ActSeller who can't reveal where is he get the account Sad

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April 11, 2016, 06:06:32 AM
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i bought this account in january
checked it on http://www.bctalkaccountpricer.info/ before buying like i do with all my accounts but no bitcoin address was found to i bought it without signed message , i checked my inbox but i don't have old messages from january bcoz i clean my inbox regular

i can compensate

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April 11, 2016, 06:07:54 AM
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Its still possible that the original owner sold the account to ActSeller. Be that as it may I think a refund is in order. I will cover 50% of the paid price since - as Quickseller pointed out - I could possibly have prevented this by changing the mail address myself. Im not entirely sure this is true, as Im sure ActSeller changed the mail. Let me know an address where you want the BTC, PM me if you want to keep it private.

Looking at the post history it would seem that the "real" ctlaltdefeat stopped posting December 19, 2015 and then the new owner started posting February 1, 2016.

Password changes for ctlaltdefeat:

January 11, 2016 - account gets hacked?
January 25, 2016 (three times) - likely when ActSeller acquires the account
January 31, 2016 - ActSeller sells the account to Aleister Crowley
April 7, 2016 - ctlaltdefeat takes the account back via e-mail reset

ActSeller could provide more details about this, e.g. dates, any other users involved in the trade.


I can't blame you shorena Sad I only can blame the hacker and a liar , indeed I got loss. Time to post from 120 to 440+ (half of it weren't in paid sig) , wasted money to bought hacked account etc.

Now Waiting for actseller clarification......

No, I dont feel Im blamed. I think a refund is in order though and Im fine covering 50% of it. As you say you already lost enough as it is even if you get a full refund.

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April 11, 2016, 08:23:04 AM
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i bought this account in january
checked it on http://www.bctalkaccountpricer.info/ before buying like i do with all my accounts but no bitcoin address was found to i bought it without signed message , i checked my inbox but i don't have old messages from january bcoz i clean my inbox regular

i can compensate
From who? Can you mention seller profile link? He might the hacker who stole ctlaltdefeat account and deserve a neg trust for selling hacked account, if you can't prove it we can assume that you are the thief Sad .

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April 12, 2016, 06:32:16 AM
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Okay case abandoned,  the winner are hacker?  Actseller?  Or ctlaltdefeat  itself?

One more question to cltaltdefeat,

Why are you suddenly interested back in bitcointalk.org forum after lost access?
And how about story you get the account back? , have you tried recover account via email when you lost the account for the first time?

I still doubt Sad

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April 13, 2016, 05:19:40 AM
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first time , actseller said to don't want to share about from whom he bought when i ask.




Second time i ask actseller once again, and he say different reason by saying he dont have message in his inbox older than march Sad



also many times i found both actseller and ctlaltdefeat online together and without post anything, just online together. is it accidentally?really? it makes me suspicious that actseller=ctlaltdefeat , but well just so far my proof Sad


is this accidentally too? offline together when i pm them & online together too at a time.

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April 13, 2016, 02:46:14 PM
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are you stupid?
there are thousands of other users also online so they all are controlled by me
when i am offline i control other thousands of account that are offline when i am offline

you are just a troll nothing else

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April 13, 2016, 03:37:25 PM
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are you stupid?
there are thousands of other users also online so they all are controlled by me
when i am offline i control other thousands of account that are offline when i am offline

you are just a troll nothing else

How about some names and dates. Who did you buy the account from and when? Even if you don't have PMs you should have notification e-mails or something, not to mention that deleting 3 months old PMs doesn't make any sense, too convenient for an excuse.

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