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September 10, 2016, 07:29:25 AM
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My account has been hacked due to the recent dump again whilst I was away.
Please mark the account CrackedLogic with RED FEEDBACK until I retrieve. I'm apologize for any users that have been scammed or deceived my "myself".

Please also let users on the trust list to mark the account, any help would be appreciated.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=168114

If any of the admins could contact me to assist or notify me if recovery is possible it would be much appreciated.

Code:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA512

My account has been hacked due to the recent dump [i]again[/i] whilst I was away.
Please mark the account CrackedLogic with RED FEEDBACK until I retrieve. I'm apologize for any users that have been scammed or deceived my "myself".

Please also let users on the trust list to mark the account, any help would be appreciated.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=168114

If any of the admins could contact me to assist or notify me if recovery is possible it would be much appreciated.
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: Keybase OpenPGP v2.0.56
Comment: https://keybase.io/crypto

wsBcBAABCgAGBQJX07ZFAAoJEKgwaK3mmmFMqC8IAKnLgRbsqd1JQ9dZV2GfZZoY
EfuOWYABe2dol20HISUYYGlGeFWqu4Dyx7AFWNq7uJEjoTvn4T91Ds5/VKsov5WP
eAOP9/upkP+Q0+o40xGJczZ3nnMd+4LQ0auZsf5ISX352OCQWRFJW5syVnfoPCQR
wyM8M2fIlP8B+RQYbud2CyfkqyzP/WLLKQaLQNc+Z0ghWVAN9L8Eun1bMQz7kxzL
cPdJWemLQ8tJhAi/deUlOhPogUfs6LusaFcMJZjJhvom3NIu2JhXOCW6GDRUjao+
6vnoPzsxJr+QM2kQMpd4DnjYnLgJXQ6ngMXBi/Xau9MwqnzDWlB45uNNDD8pLGM=
=f+ft
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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September 10, 2016, 07:54:07 AM
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My account has been hacked due to the recent dump again whilst I was away.
Please mark the account CrackedLogic with RED FEEDBACK until I retrieve. I'm apologize for any users that have been scammed or deceived my "myself".

Please also let users on the trust list to mark the account, any help would be appreciated.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=168114

If any of the admins could contact me to assist or notify me if recovery is possible it would be much appreciated.

Code:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA512

My account has been hacked due to the recent dump [i]again[/i] whilst I was away.
Please mark the account CrackedLogic with RED FEEDBACK until I retrieve. I'm apologize for any users that have been scammed or deceived my "myself".

Please also let users on the trust list to mark the account, any help would be appreciated.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=168114

If any of the admins could contact me to assist or notify me if recovery is possible it would be much appreciated.
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: Keybase OpenPGP v2.0.56
Comment: https://keybase.io/crypto

wsBcBAABCgAGBQJX07ZFAAoJEKgwaK3mmmFMqC8IAKnLgRbsqd1JQ9dZV2GfZZoY
EfuOWYABe2dol20HISUYYGlGeFWqu4Dyx7AFWNq7uJEjoTvn4T91Ds5/VKsov5WP
eAOP9/upkP+Q0+o40xGJczZ3nnMd+4LQ0auZsf5ISX352OCQWRFJW5syVnfoPCQR
wyM8M2fIlP8B+RQYbud2CyfkqyzP/WLLKQaLQNc+Z0ghWVAN9L8Eun1bMQz7kxzL
cPdJWemLQ8tJhAi/deUlOhPogUfs6LusaFcMJZjJhvom3NIu2JhXOCW6GDRUjao+
6vnoPzsxJr+QM2kQMpd4DnjYnLgJXQ6ngMXBi/Xau9MwqnzDWlB45uNNDD8pLGM=
=f+ft
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----


Quoted and veried, try also to send a pm to Cyrus (the new admin).
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September 10, 2016, 08:04:42 AM
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I don't understand how the account could have been hacked again with the old dump? Surely this could only be the case if you reused your old password that was contained in the original back?

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September 10, 2016, 08:15:35 AM
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I don't understand how the account could have been hacked again with the old dump? Surely this could only be the case if you reused your old password that was contained in the original back?

I have changed my password since, however there seems to be a newer dump? https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcointalkorg-database-with-500k-accounts-is-being-sold-on-the-dark-web

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September 10, 2016, 08:21:30 AM
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I don't understand how the account could have been hacked again with the old dump? Surely this could only be the case if you reused your old password that was contained in the original back?

I have changed my password since, however there seems to be a newer dump? https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcointalkorg-database-with-500k-accounts-is-being-sold-on-the-dark-web




Theymos didn't report anything but the DDOS attacks so I doubt anyone got access to the database. However , I'm interested in knowing how you got access to that link (from where you got it) as I can't find anything about it on the internet (beside your thread and this website : https://hacked-emails.com/leak/pb-QfHRVwda)


Reply of theymos on reddit:

'Perhaps they're using the DDoS as advertising, but otherwise it's totally unrelated. The database was leaked over a year ago (I sent everyone an email about it at the time), and although it was not publicly for sale, it's been floating around in certain circles since then. If it could do any major harm, then the harm would've already been done.'


https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/51jxdw/bitcointalk_down/d7cvu7l
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September 10, 2016, 08:22:08 AM
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I don't understand how the account could have been hacked again with the old dump? Surely this could only be the case if you reused your old password that was contained in the original back?

I have changed my password since, however there seems to be a newer dump? https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcointalkorg-database-with-500k-accounts-is-being-sold-on-the-dark-web



As far as I'm aware that is just the old one that for some reason people started talking about again but it's been out there since May 2015 and the article even states as such:

In May 2015, BitcoinTalk announced that its server was compromised due to social engineering against ISP NFOrce, a type of confidence trick utilized to gather information, fraud, or a system breach. The database compromised from the 2015 security breach was stolen by the dark web vendor “DoubleFlag,” the same identity  initiating the sale of the recently compromised database of Dropbox.

If so, there's no way somebody could have hacked it with the leaked details if you changed the password.

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September 10, 2016, 08:24:54 AM
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I don't understand how the account could have been hacked again with the old dump? Surely this could only be the case if you reused your old password that was contained in the original back?

I have changed my password since, however there seems to be a newer dump? https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcointalkorg-database-with-500k-accounts-is-being-sold-on-the-dark-web



As far as I'm aware that is just the old one that for some reason people started talking about again but it's been out there since May 2015 and the article even states as such:

In May 2015, BitcoinTalk announced that its server was compromised due to social engineering against ISP NFOrce, a type of confidence trick utilized to gather information, fraud, or a system breach. The database compromised from the 2015 security breach was stolen by the dark web vendor “DoubleFlag,” the same identity  initiating the sale of the recently compromised database of Dropbox.

If so, there's no way somebody could have hacked it with the leaked details if you changed the password.

I remember changing it when that happened though, but that was also around the time where I stopped being as active as I used to be. Perhaps there was a forum reset or something similar that I may have missed?
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September 10, 2016, 08:57:12 AM
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I've banned the user for now. For started, it would also help if you'd add a date in your signed message.

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September 10, 2016, 09:09:38 AM
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I've banned the user for now. For started, it would also help if you'd add a date in your signed message.

Thank you.  I will do that in future.

Here is the message with a date.

Code:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA512

My account has been hacked due to the recent dump again whilst I was away.
Please mark the account CrackedLogic with RED FEEDBACK until I retrieve. I'm apologize for any users that have been scammed or deceived my "myself".

Please also let users on the trust list to mark the account, any help would be appreciated.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=168114

If any of the admins could contact me to assist or notify me if recovery is possible it would be much appreciated.

Dated : 9/10/2016
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: Keybase OpenPGP v2.0.56
Comment: https://keybase.io/crypto

wsBcBAABCgAGBQJX082/AAoJEKgwaK3mmmFMsnoH/ijhNfKpZKIypXNcrStoiMXA
+EdMl5/tZ4pUQ0CE49dnMNLaG/gj0zk0zy4U7zuwsYoJlzQ+dMRKD7gP3ISucAXM
a8fW41BGlFkIR3blZmIOfpLdHIn+z41PBWy7eF222Q1jLbvz1dFaiNR45mdS3THI
MybxzZ6KowhzcdX1FiNLW70joYKecA3egnnp/D67AmgkBDPXwvzjasDdUSgDrG5n
835PZJKQGkB/K063we+G2UqmvN+HS2K4FcXwK/B4HgAZOcGkcXx9qglpXXF7Brus
eVJwKZwTedWIhjc0NfRnNHQRli830Vf5chlh+gz9qF2kZf26cdjYA4Fxi0k5WCs=
=lTRB
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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September 10, 2016, 09:28:27 AM
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Would it be possible for another breach happening without the mods or the staff knowing? There is a few threads with users claiming that their accounts are hacked. The DDOS plus the hacks could not be all a coincidence. What do you all suspect?

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September 11, 2016, 02:29:37 PM
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I've banned the user for now. For started, it would also help if you'd add a date in your signed message.

Thank you.  I will do that in future.

Here is the message with a date.

Code:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA512

My account has been hacked due to the recent dump again whilst I was away.
Please mark the account CrackedLogic with RED FEEDBACK until I retrieve. I'm apologize for any users that have been scammed or deceived my "myself".

Please also let users on the trust list to mark the account, any help would be appreciated.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=168114

If any of the admins could contact me to assist or notify me if recovery is possible it would be much appreciated.

Dated : 9/10/2016
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: Keybase OpenPGP v2.0.56
Comment: https://keybase.io/crypto

wsBcBAABCgAGBQJX082/AAoJEKgwaK3mmmFMsnoH/ijhNfKpZKIypXNcrStoiMXA
+EdMl5/tZ4pUQ0CE49dnMNLaG/gj0zk0zy4U7zuwsYoJlzQ+dMRKD7gP3ISucAXM
a8fW41BGlFkIR3blZmIOfpLdHIn+z41PBWy7eF222Q1jLbvz1dFaiNR45mdS3THI
MybxzZ6KowhzcdX1FiNLW70joYKecA3egnnp/D67AmgkBDPXwvzjasDdUSgDrG5n
835PZJKQGkB/K063we+G2UqmvN+HS2K4FcXwK/B4HgAZOcGkcXx9qglpXXF7Brus
eVJwKZwTedWIhjc0NfRnNHQRli830Vf5chlh+gz9qF2kZf26cdjYA4Fxi0k5WCs=
=lTRB
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
Quoted and verified to key fingreprint 7545 D232 6E4A AC8E BAE1  8BF7 76CF 0ECE C396 44F5. Same as the one posted at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1159946.msg13628573#msg13628573


Would it be possible for another breach happening without the mods or the staff knowing? There is a few threads with users claiming that their accounts are hacked. The DDOS plus the hacks could not be all a coincidence. What do you all suspect?
I suspect that you are spamming in order to pad your post count. It is highly unlikely that a breach would occur without anyone noticing.

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September 11, 2016, 05:55:57 PM
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EDIT: If you have left negative feedback or neutral feedback stating that this account has been sold, please may you change it to neutral feedback stating that this account has been hacked during this period and regained by myself.

I am now in possession of my account. Thank you Theymos and others for helping me with this.

Code:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA512

I am now in possession of my account. Thank you Theymos and others  for helping me with this.
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: Keybase OpenPGP v2.0.56
Comment: https://keybase.io/crypto

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838n00X62ulEv95cNMREeb5OWpd9EH5IyQyLwlrGwSbZo90fV5xRI70jDUr5BQD0
i84oa68uSgAXUOXXhF6os1OD6q7MlgO2bAUNqNvXgfsfjAGFDekUtYr1QCKItZ+G
FXJHKO8/6uY5CXHzp38jzrXYpxlcBlOfmYJTED/s88hA47JzTN2YRPaczk3oVz66
MF0yHNziMBhoGyCvs9XISVF+Wxg183nAkG7k/lXLs1tUz3w3StKFDeOan02GexJq
dUQSgb7lDT4fvfaz5GA53tB7oCmfrpYcYItQKIMObZd9t6DYkTuROwTIoFG/Xuo=
=XeVb
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

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