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May 07, 2017, 07:53:13 PM
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sorry to hear OP, man it sucks.  i've been fucked before too.

but...had this been the new wbb about to launch, they could rollback your single individual transactions and recoupe all your funds, without affecting 'the chain' cause well, there would be no 'chain' to affect!  Cool  cheers.

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May 07, 2017, 10:37:10 PM
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Sorry to hear about your loss ,but i would like to know one things,since this is the first time i am looking at PIVX other than seeing the price in exchanges i never purchased it,but it looks like they have a address claim feature,so is it possible for the developers to send the coins from the wallet if you can prove that it is your address.
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May 08, 2017, 03:59:31 AM
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thanks to all who provided me with help in this theft.

I AM A FUCKIN DUMB NOOB who did infact did send my private key to alistar.
who i thought was a dev as he was in the #support channel and had a pivx logo next to his name.
He was very kind to offer help in a private chat he told me to type in to the debug console "dumpprivkey"
He then deleted the massage on slack.

i did not get hacked!!!!!
i gave my money away. 
(IDIOT NOOB)
sorry for wasting your time
I shall make it back by investing more in crypto!!!
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May 08, 2017, 05:13:55 AM
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i haven't used slack. there is the btctalk ann page and alt discussion, you can get info and official wallet links etc etc here in btctalk and i think it is sufficient enough..

what is slack? slack makes other people's mouth a little bit faster. lol.
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May 08, 2017, 05:49:24 AM
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thanks to all who provided me with help in this theft.

I AM A FUCKIN DUMB NOOB who did infact did send my private key to alistar.
who i thought was a dev as he was in the #support channel and had a pivx logo next to his name.
He was very kind to offer help in a private chat he told me to type in to the debug console "dumpprivkey"
He then deleted the massage on slack.

i did not get hacked!!!!!
i gave my money away.  
(IDIOT NOOB)
sorry for wasting your time
I shall make it back by investing more in crypto!!!
In all seriousness, I would honestly consider rethink investing in newer cryptos if you had trouble setting up things like a node yourself, and especially if you were willing to send your private key to other people, even if they were a real dev it'd be insane.
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May 08, 2017, 07:34:21 AM
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thanks to all who provided me with help in this theft.

I AM A FUCKIN DUMB NOOB who did infact did send my private key to alistar.
who i thought was a dev as he was in the #support channel and had a pivx logo next to his name.
He was very kind to offer help in a private chat he told me to type in to the debug console "dumpprivkey"
He then deleted the massage on slack.

i did not get hacked!!!!!
i gave my money away. 
(IDIOT NOOB)
sorry for wasting your time
I shall make it back by investing more in crypto!!!

Hey, we all make mistakes - think of it as tuition.
Reminds me of the 300 DASH we sent to DZ to set up a masternode a few years back.
Then he scammed us and took the DASH. 
Killed my appetite for masternodes ever since.

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May 08, 2017, 09:40:35 AM
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Never ever give your privatekey to anyone. Never. ever. Not even the dev, not even your wife.

Instead print it out as a backup and make sure you never loose it.

Privatekey = your coins

Better luck next time.

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May 08, 2017, 09:58:47 AM
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thanks to all who provided me with help in this theft.

I AM A FUCKIN DUMB NOOB who did infact did send my private key to alistar.
who i thought was a dev as he was in the #support channel and had a pivx logo next to his name.
He was very kind to offer help in a private chat he told me to type in to the debug console "dumpprivkey"
He then deleted the massage on slack.

i did not get hacked!!!!!
i gave my money away. 
(IDIOT NOOB)
sorry for wasting your time
I shall make it back by investing more in crypto!!!

don't worry there is plenty of profit to do here in crypto, even if you lost a big amount witht he right choice you can re-do it quickly, it just a matter of luck and search for the right altcoin that can give you a big amount of bitcoin, try to seek for those coins that are cheap or those that have a good traction and are bound to be pumped eventually in the near future



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May 08, 2017, 10:31:49 AM
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thanks to all who provided me with help in this theft.

I AM A FUCKIN DUMB NOOB who did infact did send my private key to alistar.
who i thought was a dev as he was in the #support channel and had a pivx logo next to his name.
He was very kind to offer help in a private chat he told me to type in to the debug console "dumpprivkey"
He then deleted the massage on slack.

i did not get hacked!!!!!
i gave my money away. 
(IDIOT NOOB)
sorry for wasting your time
I shall make it back by investing more in crypto!!!

don't worry there is plenty of profit to do here in crypto, even if you lost a big amount witht he right choice you can re-do it quickly, it just a matter of luck and search for the right altcoin that can give you a big amount of bitcoin, try to seek for those coins that are cheap or those that have a good traction and are bound to be pumped eventually in the near future

yes im sure i will make it back Smiley

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June 20, 2017, 09:13:58 PM
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I did today same thing because support didn't answered three days and someone helpped me. I did not sent my privatekey but i installed a file he sent me filezilla. After installing block and chain dir on VPS the moneu automatically flew from my account.
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August 25, 2017, 03:46:49 PM
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after having read this, I tried to go dump my private key, and it didnt work...because my wallet is ENCRYPTED.

Make sure to encrypt your wallets my friends.

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August 25, 2017, 03:55:16 PM
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after having read this, I tried to go dump my private key, and it didnt work...because my wallet is ENCRYPTED.

Make sure to encrypt your wallets my friends.



I'd say that most people who have encrypted their wallet, know what dumpprivkey does anyway

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Trying to figure out a robbery in anonymous transactions is going to be hard work.  Cheesy
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Trying to figure out a robbery in anonymous transactions is going to be hard work.  Cheesy
It would really be a hardwork specially we wont ever know on whos the one who holds that wallet. It really sucks when you are doing the best security steps for you to secure your holdings and suddenly it was being hacked by someone. In the case of op, i dont have any idea on how the hacker get those pivx he had since he mentioned that his knowledgeable already on the possible ways of hacking.

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August 30, 2017, 03:12:25 AM
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At the time of the transaction I was setting up the masternode and asked for help on slack. Maybe someone from pivx slack saw my post hacked me?
I have traced the transaction... it ended up here

Did you have assistance setting up a masternode from this user on PivX slack?
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August 30, 2017, 04:47:57 AM
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no, not the masternode private key, but someone could have voted for you. All that is, is used to verify the collateral in your controller wallet

I just saw that too Sad  He also opened an external link at https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/initial-server-setup-with-ubuntu-16-04  -  I really feel for him though, that's a lot of money to lose.  If that was his address and pvt key that were put on slack his money would be gone eventually anyway. 

Don't ever click an external link - or post your pvt key.  The best thing to do is to post on the Slack and ask the thief to hand it back, but judging by his post he doesn't seem to be worried about money, so he stands zero chance of getting it back because the opportunist thief probably needs the money a lot more than him.
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August 30, 2017, 04:50:30 AM
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Trying to figure out a robbery in anonymous transactions is going to be hard work.  Cheesy
It would really be a hardwork specially we wont ever know on whos the one who holds that wallet. It really sucks when you are doing the best security steps for you to secure your holdings and suddenly it was being hacked by someone. In the case of op, i dont have any idea on how the hacker get those pivx he had since he mentioned that his knowledgeable already on the possible ways of hacking.

He explained it in post #43 ... A slack poster posing as a developer tricked him into dumping his private key.  Sucks, but I appreciate him sharing this story because let's the rest of use noobs know what to look out for.

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August 30, 2017, 06:46:16 AM
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I think you should check your computer with 2-3 expert people, you probably can't recover your funds but you can enlighten how could it be done. I think keystore files are very unsecure as a malicious program can easily detect and transfer them.

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September 18, 2017, 08:18:33 PM
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Hi Mike,
I did some research and found that the guy who hacked you also hacked my masternode. Is this your address D6T7kVpkhtwj2iY1AvnF36roFEWBGTPdHH ? All the money are here now http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/PIVX/address.php?address=DC2zB4fnzEaYyjc4SbzVgJSxAXUtK4Vk6Y . I was the last hacked. The guy didn't spent a dime. This is strange.
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Sorry to hear that, i hope you will recover. As i see, you lost a fairly big amount of money.Sad

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