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June 20, 2011, 02:49:35 PM
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how does everyone know how much they lost?? I didn't think anyone could access anything.
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June 20, 2011, 03:02:34 PM
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how does everyone know how much they lost?? I didn't think anyone could access anything.
Nobody lost.
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June 20, 2011, 03:17:33 PM
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Maybe nobody lost in the sellout event, but I assure you myself and others ask got BTC stolen out of out accounts in the days preceding the sell off.
It has already been proven on other threads that cracking the hashed passwords is relatively easy- people in the thread had already cracked a thousands if the hashed passwords

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June 20, 2011, 03:23:14 PM
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mybitcoin account also got cleaned out.  Cry


* How much funds did you lose?
-69.28

* To what address were your stolen funds sent?
1MAazCWMydsQB5ynYXqSGQDjNQMN3HFmEu
The transaction was done on www.mybitcoin.com where I used the same password.
I did not have a single BTC or $ in my Mt Gox account.

* What OS are you using (Windows, Linux, Mac OSX ...)?
Windows 7

* How long was your old password?
8 characters

* Was your old password random?
yes

* Was your username the same on Mt. Gox as on the forum?
Yes

* Did you use your Mt. Gox password somewhere else?
Yes, on both  mybitcoin and deepbit

* Did your old password contain lowercase letters, uppercase letters, special characters and numbers?
lowercase letters and numbers

* Have you used any Bitcoin-related software, and if yes, what software? Think about things like miners, wallet managers, etc.
yes, in the past I've used gui miner, poclbm, phoenix1.4 and rpcminer

* Please also include a screenshot if possible so we know it's a real report.
http://s4.postimage.org/gp06pl8su/btc_theft.jpg
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June 20, 2011, 07:29:59 PM
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im still kinda confused? i know when i tried to log in this morning it seemed that i didn't even have and account with MtGox. I havn't contacted customer service yet, but i do feel fortunate that i only had about $9.00 USD in it!
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June 20, 2011, 09:34:32 PM
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Last 2 days I receive tons of email like this

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Dear Mt.Gox user,

Our database has been compromised, including your email...

The joke about, I've never registered to Mt. Gox. Is Mt. Gox in colaboration with this forum? Or any officiel Bitcoin site?

I don't like IT but IT likes me.
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June 20, 2011, 09:49:41 PM
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mybitcoin.com hacked, same address as others

* How much funds did you lose?
4.53 BTC from mybitcoin.com

* To what address were your stolen funds sent?
1MAazCWMydsQB5ynYXqSGQDjNQMN3HFmEu

* What OS are you using (Windows, Linux, Mac OSX ...)?
Windows 7 x64

* How long was your old password?
12 characters

* Was your old password random?
Yes

* Was your username the same on Mt. Gox as on the forum?
Yes

* Did you use your Mt. Gox password somewhere else?
Yes, mybitcoin

* Did your old password contain lowercase letters, uppercase letters, special characters and numbers?
Yes

* Have you used any Bitcoin-related software, and if yes, what software? Think about things like miners, wallet managers, etc.
Yes, phoenix official build

* Please also include a screenshot if possible so we know it's a real report.
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June 20, 2011, 11:54:28 PM
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I saw it crash to a couple cents per coin. Luckily I didn't register there yet...

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June 21, 2011, 12:41:38 AM
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I don't know if I've lost anything, because I can no longer access my mybitcoin.com account. They have a notice up saying that if your user name and email were the same as one found in the MtGox leak they reset your password, and "We will send you a new one to your email address".

Haven't got it.

Ironically I had already reset my password in response to this mess.

So, am I out my 3.0 BTC?

'Cuz I'm pretty poor right now, and ~50 bux would have been quite useful.
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June 21, 2011, 12:55:22 AM
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I've seen some other references to the "change password" feature not working in the days before the attack. Has there been any statement on what caused that? If the account database was stolen several days before the attack, could the hacker have broken it intentionally to make sure the passwords stayed valid?
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June 21, 2011, 01:28:27 AM
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I don't know if I've lost anything, because I can no longer access my mybitcoin.com account. They have a notice up saying that if your user name and email were the same as one found in the MtGox leak they reset your password, and "We will send you a new one to your email address".

Haven't got it.

Ironically I had already reset my password in response to this mess.

So, am I out my 3.0 BTC?

'Cuz I'm pretty poor right now, and ~50 bux would have been quite useful.
Try contacting MyBitcoin about it from the email that is registered to your account.


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June 21, 2011, 01:51:39 AM
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I don't know if I've lost anything, because I can no longer access my mybitcoin.com account. They have a notice up saying that if your user name and email were the same as one found in the MtGox leak they reset your password, and "We will send you a new one to your email address".

Haven't got it.

Ironically I had already reset my password in response to this mess.

So, am I out my 3.0 BTC?

'Cuz I'm pretty poor right now, and ~50 bux would have been quite useful.
Try contacting MyBitcoin about it from the email that is registered to your account.



They have no contact info on their site beyond snail mail.
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June 21, 2011, 04:54:37 AM
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mybitcoin account hacked, lost all my coins, a LOT of them

this is the direct result of the mtgox hack/leak
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June 21, 2011, 05:22:08 AM
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Just read that they've pushed back to reopening again.  Now there's no deadline just a 'reopening soon' message.  I was just beginning to test out BCs and only had a few but it would be nice to get into my account and change my word.

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June 21, 2011, 06:51:27 AM
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Thank you all for the info!

Please keep posting the details if you were hacked.
Bitcoin transactions can be tracked since one cannot send bitcoins from a different address than the address used to receive them.

What if we would build a database with all the addresses to which stolen bitcoins were transferred, and not accept transactions from these addresses?

A community-driven www.bitcoincop.com?

If none of us would accept transactions with "tainted" addresses in the chain, stealing coins would become pointless.
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June 21, 2011, 07:06:27 AM
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Thank you all for the info!

Please keep posting the details if you were hacked.
Bitcoin transactions can be tracked since one cannot send bitcoins from a different address than the address used to receive them.

What if we would build a database with all the addresses to which stolen bitcoins were transferred, and not accept transactions from these addresses?

A community-driven www.bitcoincop.com?

If none of us would accept transactions with "tainted" addresses in the chain, stealing coins would become pointless.
This has been suggested before, and not a good idea as it can never be voluntary.

If you make a 'voluntary' system of blacklisting coins, that means you indirectly force EVERYONE to adhere to that system, because otherwise you may accept coins that you cannot spend anywhere later.
Not to mention how coins get mixed up in exchanges etc.

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June 21, 2011, 03:06:04 PM
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I've yet to learn how much I've lost. If total..$20.00 not a whole lot.
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June 21, 2011, 03:22:26 PM
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The Mt.Gox Account recovery service has now started, please go to
https://claim.mtgox.com
and enter as many data (bank name of deposits or withdraws, last account balance, ...) as you have in order to claim your account.

And please, include lowercase and uppercase letters as well as some numbers and symbols.
And just to make sure, make it 15-20 characters long.
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June 21, 2011, 04:00:44 PM
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The Mt.Gox Account recovery service has now started, please go to
https://claim.mtgox.com
and enter as many data (bank name of deposits or withdraws, last account balance, ...) as you have in order to claim your account.

And please, include lowercase and uppercase letters as well as some numbers and symbols.
And just to make sure, make it 15-20 characters long.

Heh... Here is what I got - The password for this account is invalid, or this account is not currently under claim process.

Password is 101% valid (well, at least it exact to one I used to register). So here it go - mtgox.com just trying to scam people away to cover their asses.
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June 21, 2011, 04:26:55 PM
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I am too. The password for this account is invalid, or this account is not currently under claim process.  Huh
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