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Madstudios30620
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June 20, 2011, 02:24:07 AM
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My Gmail tells me tonight(Sunday night) :

IMAP    United States (NY) (184.73.182.153)    Jun 18 (1 day ago)
and Ive not been to NY in years.

Not sure what this means, but I also found....

   184.73.182.153
IP number :    3091838617
Country :    United States  flag
Region:    Washington
City (Estimate) :    Seattle
Latitude :    47.5839
Longitude :    -122.299
Time Zone :    America/Los_Angeles
GMT Offset :    -08:00:00

And I dont know any of these peoples. Did hacker pick wrong pocket to pick?
Bitcoin types seem to know how to handle these incidents. Would you hijack a
domain from Eugene Kashpureff?

And the inventor of bitcoin is 'in the wild' as it were....
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June 20, 2011, 02:32:01 AM
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Mt. Gox writes: We have been working with Google to ensure any gmail accounts associated with Mt.Gox user accounts have been locked and need to be reverified.

Not sure if that's related to you, but I was forced to change my password to my google account after the Mt. Gox fiasco before I could access anything. Google claimed suspicious activity on my account.

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June 20, 2011, 02:34:29 AM
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I don't understand half of the things you are saying at the end there but that ip address corresponds to the Boomerang for Gmail plugin. If you did install that plugin this would be expected behavior.
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June 20, 2011, 02:56:55 AM
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Boomerrang....My apologies. I am almost certain they are not the bitcoin hackers.
So, my gmail is safe. Still somewhere the bitcoin thief is leaving tracks.
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