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July 09, 2016, 11:54:18 PM
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Total amount excluding losses on dice: 0.1 BTC now.

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This is some fucking revenge for you Stunna.
Fuck you you piece of shit. You don't even know what's coming to you.

Can anyone tl;dr this whole story so everyone can understand it as our dawgie requested before?
FruitsBasket more details?
Okay, so this is what happend:

I saw that the user stealth923 was asking for a loan, so I decided to look at the request and accepted it. I thought it was shady that there was no signed message, but it was never staked so I though it was ok, since all the posts were in altcoin announcements. Then he gave me the password, which sounded like easy hackable. So then I made a post and said it, then the lender/scammer became angry and said I was a scammer, so I was forced to send him the lending amount we agreed on. Since the that account I control now is a hero member, is it lucky that there was only scammed 0.08BTC and not more, so the damage that is caused is small. I have send an email to the real owner, since that email was staked in a PM from 2014 and was in the profile page. Now I will be waiting for the real owner to contact me and we will talk about what we will do. Please son't send me fake emails, I am not stupid.

I'll remove the negative feedback once the accounts are back in control of the original owner.

But what if hes just trollin around here?? if he really hack those accounts he will not possibly expose it on public and the big possibilities there is he will use it on big scams in future, but what happen here is he easily drop the name out of them maybe he just random picked it from auction section because their are possibilities that the owner of that accounte are temporary off since he was use his account as collateral. OP seeks attention only here.

Total amount excluding losses on dice: 0.1 BTC now.

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This is some fucking revenge for you Stunna.
I don't understand why you judge stunna in your scam (except you're lost a lot money in his site, and you blame him for your loss, PD has provably fair and they are one of trusted gambling sites). But didnt you have shame? You just scam people who already trust in you.

I think he lose big money in their and he was catching the attention of stunna and thats sad since no one's forcing him to gamble and yet if he lose he will blame the owner that he is being by the said site.

If you dont want to lose money dont gamble.

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July 10, 2016, 01:28:57 AM
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Condoras seem to be one of the victim.   https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1544437.0;topicseen
User took loan and the account was provided as a collateral I think. Condoras said he secured the account. Poor man, he took a negged account.
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July 10, 2016, 02:06:54 AM
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Condoras seem to be one of the victim.   https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1544437.0;topicseen
User took loan and the account was provided as a collateral I think. Condoras said he secured the account. Poor man, he took a negged account.
there are 2 other victims too, Fruitbaskets, and the one still no idea because OP just posted 3 link, which 2 of them are same link. This is the risk when you're going to give loan to people, even though they can do sign msg from old address.
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July 10, 2016, 02:11:04 AM
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Condoras seem to be one of the victim.   https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1544437.0;topicseen
User took loan and the account was provided as a collateral I think. Condoras said he secured the account. Poor man, he took a negged account.
there are 2 other victims too, Fruitbaskets, and the one still no idea because OP just posted 3 link, which 2 of them are same link. This is the risk when you're going to give loan to people, even though they can do sign msg from old address.
Actually the borrower didn't provide a signed message. Condoras took a signed message from a new address. Borrowers reason was that he can't provide an ol signed message because he never staked an address. Personally I wouldn't give a loan to someone who can't provide a proof that he is the original owner of the account.
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July 10, 2016, 02:32:56 AM
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Condoras seem to be one of the victim.   https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1544437.0;topicseen
User took loan and the account was provided as a collateral I think. Condoras said he secured the account. Poor man, he took a negged account.
there are 2 other victims too, Fruitbaskets, and the one still no idea because OP just posted 3 link, which 2 of them are same link. This is the risk when you're going to give loan to people, even though they can do sign msg from old address.
Actually the borrower didn't provide a signed message. Condoras took a signed message from a new address. Borrowers reason was that he can't provide an ol signed message because he never staked an address. Personally I wouldn't give a loan to someone who can't provide a proof that he is the original owner of the account.
oh my bad, i though the borrower was did sign msg from old address.
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July 10, 2016, 03:55:11 AM
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Causing other people to suffer while you feel you are justified in your action, will only lead to pain. for both the people you harm and yourself

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July 10, 2016, 04:33:52 AM
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Condoras seem to be one of the victim.   https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1544437.0;topicseen
User took loan and the account was provided as a collateral I think. Condoras said he secured the account. Poor man, he took a negged account.
there are 2 other victims too, Fruitbaskets, and the one still no idea because OP just posted 3 link, which 2 of them are same link. This is the risk when you're going to give loan to people, even though they can do sign msg from old address.
Actually the borrower didn't provide a signed message. Condoras took a signed message from a new address. Borrowers reason was that he can't provide an ol signed message because he never staked an address. Personally I wouldn't give a loan to someone who can't provide a proof that he is the original owner of the account.
Yes, if you can't get a signed message prior to buying, or accepting as collateral an account, then the account might as well be hacked. It is one thing if you simply can't sign a message from an old address associated with their account, however once that account starts changing hands (possibly multiple times), fairly serious issues start popping up, especially considering that it can often be difficult to tell the "real" person who sold a particular account.   

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July 10, 2016, 04:40:13 AM
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Condoras seem to be one of the victim.   https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1544437.0;topicseen
User took loan and the account was provided as a collateral I think. Condoras said he secured the account. Poor man, he took a negged account.
there are 2 other victims too, Fruitbaskets, and the one still no idea because OP just posted 3 link, which 2 of them are same link. This is the risk when you're going to give loan to people, even though they can do sign msg from old address.

the problem on lender's side is even they know the account can't provide a signed message they still accept it now they gave free bitcoins to the scammer, good for them atleast they will learn the lesson about the signed message

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July 10, 2016, 04:42:49 AM
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The three accounts he's talking about are:
jylee1997123
phosphorush
stealth923

They were all almost certainly hacked using the password hashes that were leaked a year ago -- these users never changed their password since then, and were probably using fairly simple passwords.

For all of these users, I randomized their passwords and changed their email addresses to their initial values. So if they return, they'll probably (though not certainly) be back in the hands of their original owners.

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The three accounts he's talking about are:
jylee1997123
phosphorush
stealth923

They were all almost certainly hacked using the password hashes that were leaked a year ago -- these users never changed their password since then, and were probably using fairly simple passwords.

For all of these users, I randomized their passwords and changed their email addresses to their initial values. So if they return, they'll probably (though not certainly) be back in the hands of their original owners.
Hey Theymos,

Thank you for helping me out here, I have had contact with the original owner and I told him what u told me through PM. I am still a bit upset about the fact that I loose the collateral(I was going to give it back anyway, there was no point in keeping it) and my money, but I guess no one can help that and it is my own fault. And yes the password was so easy hackable that it would only take seconds to crack.

The real owner of the account replied and said he didn't make those loan requests.
So he was indeed hacked.

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July 10, 2016, 10:21:11 AM
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According to the seclog, the password has been reset through the email.
Please Stealth923 confirm it here and send me an email saying that you got your account back.

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July 10, 2016, 11:32:15 AM
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This is some fucking revenge for you Stunna.

I assume you just hacked 3 alt accounts of Stunna? Tongue
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July 10, 2016, 11:54:28 AM
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Condoras seem to be one of the victim.   https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1544437.0;topicseen
User took loan and the account was provided as a collateral I think. Condoras said he secured the account. Poor man, he took a negged account.
there are 2 other victims too, Fruitbaskets, and the one still no idea because OP just posted 3 link, which 2 of them are same link. This is the risk when you're going to give loan to people, even though they can do sign msg from old address.
Actually the borrower didn't provide a signed message. Condoras took a signed message from a new address. Borrowers reason was that he can't provide an ol signed message because he never staked an address. Personally I wouldn't give a loan to someone who can't provide a proof that he is the original owner of the account.

Yes, i am the other victim of this scam... Undecided

I should be more cautious, its my fault...

So now what?  I need to wait for the original owners?

EDIT : Btw and just for the record, this is his Alt account https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=876555 to communicate with me,, when he "gave" me the Hero account for collateral.

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July 10, 2016, 12:54:32 PM
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The three accounts he's talking about are:
jylee1997123
phosphorush
stealth923

They were all almost certainly hacked using the password hashes that were leaked a year ago -- these users never changed their password since then, and were probably using fairly simple passwords.

For all of these users, I randomized their passwords and changed their email addresses to their initial values. So if they return, they'll probably (though not certainly) be back in the hands of their original owners.

I confirm that. I have no access to the Hero account that i take as collateral.

I hope at least, the original owners to get these accounts back...

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July 11, 2016, 04:50:45 AM
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They were all almost certainly hacked using the password hashes that were leaked a year ago
Do you have any idea who the OP is? (Was his account hacked too?).

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stealth923 was already a Dash scammer and cult enforcer, so this isn't really much of a change.   Grin

Plz LMK when you're going to dump his Masternodes, so I can short ahead of time.   Tongue


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Total amount excluding losses on dice: 0.1 BTC now.

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This is some fucking revenge for you Stunna.
That is online terrorism.Taking revenge on someone else for someone else's mistakes or blaming our own fault on others
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July 12, 2016, 03:51:57 AM
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According to the seclog, the password has been reset through the email.
Please Stealth923 confirm it here and send me an email saying that you got your account back.

Hi FruitsBasket,

Yes I have got my account back by resetting the password.

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July 22, 2016, 09:18:59 AM
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According to the seclog, the password has been reset through the email.
Please Stealth923 confirm it here and send me an email saying that you got your account back.

Hi FruitsBasket,

Yes I have got my account back by resetting the password.

thanks. Need to the bad rating removed
I am replying because I got a PM from an user asking me to confirm that your account is not in the hands of the original owner. To confirm this I need you to reply to the email I have sent you a while ago, I already told you that. If you can not reply to that email that I sent to, you are not the original owner.

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The admin should really do a force reset of all the passwords, this is going out of controll and need to be stoped right now.

Is it not possible that he simply do a force reset?
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