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June 19, 2011, 01:48:06 AM
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Seems like noone believes me..Anyway I am not getting anything out of this, just telling you so you could avoid getting hacked.

It's not a matter of not believing you, you just haven't given any reason for us to believe it was Mt Gox that was compromised.  You need to re-evaluate the situation and consider that the breach may have occurred on your computer or due to your security practices.  Your computer could still be compromised and you need to address this.  Going by what you've written this is much more likely than Mt Gox having been compromised.

I wasn't aware that there were other recent reports of this happening at Mt Gox by the way.  I still think that you should do a full audit of your system though.
Man I knew my pc wasn't hacked turn out to be that MT.Gox froze my account because it contained suspicious coins, where was from a hacked wallet.dat
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June 19, 2011, 01:49:36 AM
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Seems like noone believes me..Anyway I am not getting anything out of this, just telling you so you could avoid getting hacked.

It's not a matter of not believing you, you just haven't given any reason for us to believe it was Mt Gox that was compromised.  You need to re-evaluate the situation and consider that the breach may have occurred on your computer or due to your security practices.  Your computer could still be compromised and you need to address this.  Going by what you've written this is much more likely than Mt Gox having been compromised.

I wasn't aware that there were other recent reports of this happening at Mt Gox by the way.  I still think that you should do a full audit of your system though.
Man I knew my pc wasn't hacked turn out to be that MT.Gox froze my account because it contained suspicious coins, where was from a hacked wallet.dat

Ok... so can you change the title instead of being such a sensationalist attention whore?
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June 19, 2011, 02:43:03 AM
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Man I knew my pc wasn't hacked turn out to be that MT.Gox froze my account because it contained suspicious coins, where was from a hacked wallet.dat


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June 19, 2011, 10:01:57 AM
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Nice, so all someone has to do to mess with people is,

1) Hack someone's account
2) Send the coins to random wallets
3) Watch as people have their accounts frozen for no apparent reason
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June 19, 2011, 03:41:34 PM
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Nice, so all someone has to do to mess with people is,

1) Hack someone's account
2) Send the coins to random wallets
3) Watch as people have their accounts frozen for no apparent reason

No, it's even worse.

1) Hack Account.
2) Cash out at Mt. Gox.
3) Some sucker's account get screwed because Mt. Gox is trying to (Huh)

Nobody is going to hack an account and hold on to the bitcoins when they can convert them to cash after a short delay... Mt. Gox locking accounts is stupid and damaging to it's function as an exchange.
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June 19, 2011, 04:16:00 PM
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Haha. That reminds me of PayPal freezing accounts. Wink The same thing is coming to the wonderful BTC world. Cheesy
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