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March 17, 2021, 08:57:52 PM
Last edit: March 17, 2021, 09:15:36 PM by cryptojack34
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WARNING

Kindly note, we are following multiple issues where users report the wrong signing address on our website. All of this users report that their connection is secured by the fake SSL-certificate issued on Jan 26, 2021 and expiring on Apr 26, 2021. The Letters of Guarantee of this users has the same fake signing address and has not been generated by our servers. We are investigating this incident. We consider the DNS-spoofing or "man in the middle" attack of this users.

We recommend you to refrain from mixing until separate notice will be posted.


I lost 1.48 BTC to this yesterday, emailed over 24 ours ago and no response! Please bro... I have been a loyal  cm user for years. dont go out scamming like this. make it right and refund customers.

1.48 BTC bro this is going to be awful for me if i cannot recover it... $85,000
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March 17, 2021, 09:30:32 PM
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Are you going to compensate US? I lost have lost $9.000+ because of your "problems" and clearly I am not alone.


I do understand your concern and want to make it possible to return your money. Kindly, PM me with details on your transaction. This will be very helpful.

Please pay me my funds .. i sent a mssg with my signed message and i have video proof it was not phishing site!
Please i use for years and years
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March 17, 2021, 11:33:01 PM
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i have video and all the proof , cryptomixer.io scammers that's fact and unfortunately more people will send them btc before visiting this thread
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March 18, 2021, 01:03:25 AM
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Got SCAMMED FOR 600€, befpre used 2 years and mixed a öot btc. Now scammed.
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March 18, 2021, 09:14:36 AM
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Come take your responsibility @CryptoMixer.io

We need a solution!!!!!!




Are you going to compensate US? I lost have lost $9.000+ because of your "problems" and clearly I am not alone.


I do understand your concern and want to make it possible to return your money. Kindly, PM me with details on your transaction. This will be very helpful.
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March 18, 2021, 10:07:13 AM
Last edit: March 21, 2021, 09:27:31 AM by bitsoldier
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Yesterday the crypto mixer's website was working with different ssl sertificate, showing the fake btc address at the at the bottom of the page in footer
The address: 1CrypMixUKiXduy6J42nEzm4Z9CpJuXptSI is NOT their address. Also their site generated different Letters of Guarantee with the same fake btc address. I think the service was hacked, or they just started selective scam. First issues with the same fake address were reported some weeks ago.
Better avoid using this service, until they will publish the officcial report about this case in this thread.
The legit signing address is: 1CrypMixXWtTjYGCM5ZJmyQYP1Y39P7aLM - bookmark it
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March 18, 2021, 11:25:19 AM
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Yesterday the crypto mixer's website was working with different ssl sertificate, showing the fake btc address at the at the bottom of the page in footer
The address: 1CrypMixUKiXduy6J42nEzm4Z9CpJuXptSI is NOT their address. Also their site generated different Letters of Guarantee with the same fake btc address. I think the service was hacked, or they just started selective scam. First issues with the same fake address were reported some weeks ago.
Better avoid using this service, until they will publish the officcial report about this case in this thread.
The legit signing address is: 1CrypMixXWtTjYGCM5ZJmyQYP1Y39P7aLM - bookmark it

This is not
My
God damn problem, this website has been in my favourites for years and if they couldnt keep
Their fucking ssl’s up to date thats up to them!

Dont make your problem, our problem cryptomixer.io!
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March 18, 2021, 11:53:48 AM
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They are currently investigating the matter , ill get an email they said lets wait


Yesterday the crypto mixer's website was working with different ssl sertificate, showing the fake btc address at the at the bottom of the page in footer
The address: 1CrypMixUKiXduy6J42nEzm4Z9CpJuXptSI is NOT their address. Also their site generated different Letters of Guarantee with the same fake btc address. I think the service was hacked, or they just started selective scam. First issues with the same fake address were reported some weeks ago.
Better avoid using this service, until they will publish the officcial report about this case in this thread.
The legit signing address is: 1CrypMixXWtTjYGCM5ZJmyQYP1Y39P7aLM - bookmark it

This is not
My
God damn problem, this website has been in my favourites for years and if they couldnt keep
Their fucking ssl’s up to date thats up to them!

Dont make your problem, our problem cryptomixer.io!
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March 18, 2021, 12:27:30 PM
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Cryptomixer.io representative:

Thank you for contacting me here. We have already got several similar issues from other users and are digging into it. It would be helpful if you could provide:
- the Letter of Guarantee downloaded when you have sent the money or any other details you have on your transaction;
- the screenshot of the page with the website address and the signing address at the bottom of the page;
- the screenshot of the details of SSL-certificate and the exact time on your machine;
- the result of the command "ping cryptomixer.io" executed in the command line (push Win+R and type "cmd").
We do understand your concern and want to make it possible to return your money. This will be very helpful for our investigation.

Regards,



CM



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Are you crazy ? Why are you trying to complicate everything?
I have provided my letter of Guarantee.
Dont play with me.
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March 18, 2021, 12:34:46 PM
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If you're saying that your website was hacked, why have not u stopped mixing scammers?

You have not even posted anything on your website, guys... You are crazy)
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March 18, 2021, 12:41:47 PM
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Still not a single response from support or admins. Lost $85,000...................................

PLEASE
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March 18, 2021, 01:49:28 PM
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Still not a single response from support or admins. Lost $85,000...................................

PLEASE

Have you tried their service before?
I think, if the signing address in your Letter of Guarantee is legit - you will probably receive your coins back. If it's wrong - it's very bad Sad
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March 18, 2021, 02:09:33 PM
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Do you have any clue what the fuck your contributing? You didnt get ripped of yet your writing here ,
If you wanna help then help but this kind of shit doesnt help!!!!!
@cryptojack
I spoke many times with them this day, go to the website and open chat and stay in the chat, they answer bro

Still not a single response from support or admins. Lost $85,000...................................

PLEASE

Have you tried their service before?
I think, if the signing address in your Letter of Guarantee is legit - you will probably receive your coins back. If it's wrong - it's very bad Sad
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March 18, 2021, 03:40:24 PM
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March 18, 2021, 06:00:09 PM
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Kindly, await for official update. We are busy investigating the issue. We will provide all available details soon.
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March 18, 2021, 09:22:54 PM
Last edit: March 18, 2021, 09:42:25 PM by CryptoMixer.io
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WARNING

Kindly note, we are following multiple issues where users report the wrong signing address on our website. All of this users report that their connection is secured by the fake SSL-certificate issued on Jan 26, 2021 and expiring on Apr 26, 2021. The Letters of Guarantee of this users has the same fake signing address and has not been generated by our servers. We are investigating this incident. We consider the DNS-spoofing or "man in the middle" attack of this users.

We recommend you to refrain from mixing until separate notice will be posted.

RESOLUTION

First of all, we are confident that:
1) our servers were not compromised;
2) the operations of our customers did not fall into third hands.

At the moment we managed to repeat the experience of users who reported the problem with the fake signing address on our clearnet website, and eliminated this attack about 18 hours ago.

What have happened?

An attackers managed to access HTTP-traffic on one of the infrastructure nodes of upstream providers. Thus, they deceived the verification system of the global Certification Authority (CA) lettercrypt.org and issued a fake Domain Validation (DV) certificate, and were able to send HTTPS-traffic to their servers.

What does it mean?

This means that users who received letters signed by the wrong address has sent their money to attackers and will unlikely receive them back. Those users who received letters signed by the correct address may not worry - the data exchange was secured directly between them and our servers. Also, this incident did not touch on those who used our onion-mirror.

What do we plan to do?

We are very concerned how carefully and gracefully the phishing attack was performed. Unfortunately, this is possible in an open internet and this proves how much existing technologies of open internet are vulnerable. Therefore:
1) We will implement a set of measures to reduce the risks of such incidents with our clearnet website;
2) We will insistently recommend to use the onion website and check the signature, including creating economic incentives for this;
3) We will introduce the status-page on third-party reliable public  provider to provide the up-to-date status of the website.

What will happen to victims of this incident?

We value our customers and their trust very high and do not want to leave them as victims in this situation. During the coming days, we will continue to collect the information on users affected by this incident - when, we will see a complete picture and the amount of damage we will offer them an option to compensate the lost funds. If you haven't contacted me or support@cryptomixer.io yet, get in touch and provide the LOG on your operation.
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March 18, 2021, 10:50:16 PM
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Your a king!
I almost lost all my money man

WARNING

Kindly note, we are following multiple issues where users report the wrong signing address on our website. All of this users report that their connection is secured by the fake SSL-certificate issued on Jan 26, 2021 and expiring on Apr 26, 2021. The Letters of Guarantee of this users has the same fake signing address and has not been generated by our servers. We are investigating this incident. We consider the DNS-spoofing or "man in the middle" attack of this users.

We recommend you to refrain from mixing until separate notice will be posted.

RESOLUTION

First of all, we are confident that:
1) our servers were not compromised;
2) the operations of our customers did not fall into third hands.

At the moment we managed to repeat the experience of users who reported the problem with the fake signing address on our clearnet website, and eliminated this attack about 18 hours ago.

What have happened?

An attackers managed to access HTTP-traffic on one of the infrastructure nodes of upstream providers. Thus, they deceived the verification system of the global Certification Authority (CA) lettercrypt.org and issued a fake Domain Validation (DV) certificate, and were able to send HTTPS-traffic to their servers.

What does it mean?

This means that users who received letters signed by the wrong address has sent their money to attackers and will unlikely receive them back. Those users who received letters signed by the correct address may not worry - the data exchange was secured directly between them and our servers. Also, this incident did not touch on those who used our onion-mirror.

What do we plan to do?

We are very concerned how carefully and gracefully the phishing attack was performed. Unfortunately, this is possible in an open internet and this proves how much existing technologies of open internet are vulnerable. Therefore:
1) We will implement a set of measures to reduce the risks of such incidents with our clearnet website;
2) We will insistently recommend to use the onion website and check the signature, including creating economic incentives for this;
3) We will introduce the status-page on third-party reliable public  provider to provide the up-to-date status of the website.

What will happen to victims of this incident?

We value our customers and their trust very high and do not want to leave them as victims in this situation. During the coming days, we will continue to collect the information on users affected by this incident - when, we will see a complete picture and the amount of damage we will offer them an option to compensate the lost funds. If you haven't contacted me or support@cryptomixer.io yet, get in touch and provide the LOG on your operation.
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March 19, 2021, 03:37:39 PM
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still no refund for my $85,000, but support say they are 'working on the cases'... if they have 2000 btc reserve like they say, they should refund all scmamed users!
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March 19, 2021, 03:58:56 PM
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still no refund for my $85,000, but support say they are 'working on the cases'... if they have 2000 btc reserve like they say, they should refund all scmamed users!

They will surely do. However, you can understand that you're not the only one affected and it takes time.
The time to reply to each customer, the time to check out each mix/transaction (which doesn't take 5 seconds), the time to reply, etc.
Without talking about the time to work on the server-side and the life he has outside.

Better to have patience than receive nothing. The problem is not the BTC reserve, it's truly the time needed to deal with such cases

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March 19, 2021, 04:05:35 PM
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still no refund for my $85,000, but support say they are 'working on the cases'... if they have 2000 btc reserve like they say, they should refund all scmamed users!

They will surely do. However, you can understand that you're not the only one affected and it takes time.
The time to reply to each customer, the time to check out each mix/transaction (which doesn't take 5 seconds), the time to reply, etc.
Without talking about the time to work on the server-side and the life he has outside.

Better to have patience than receive nothing. The problem is not the BTC reserve, it's truly the time needed to deal with such cases

this is true, but they still have not said they plan to fully refund all affected users. they say have an 'option' for refund depending on total loss etc, but i think if they have 2000 BTC, the only right answer is to full refund all users.
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