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July 07, 2017, 07:14:49 PM
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Hello everyone,

Today i want to inform you to be carefull with slack fake account or anything using almost same name of your favorite coin, they inform you to update smart contract and then they will redirect you to their phising website and then send all your myetherwallet account.

be carefull with
myetherwallet.biz
myetherwallet.xyz

So far, they are success to steal erc20 from many peoples, and here is their wallet address

0xBa83e9Ce38b10522e3d6061A12779B7526839eda <-- Thief account, if they send token to another address maybe it related with their steal activity.

and this is their activity
https://etherscan.io/address/0xba83e9ce38b10522e3d6061a12779b7526839eda#tokentxns

I hope this thief will dead as soon as possible with felling pain

Thanks fiki for give me info

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July 07, 2017, 09:48:09 PM
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I had a similarly suspicious looking PM on Slack, presumably because I'm in the Byteball slack.

The scammer sent me a message claiming that there was a problem with My Ether Wallet, and that you needed to update or you could lose your ETH, linking to the (presumably) phishing site (DO NOT GO TO THE URL,  POTENTIAL MALWARE), myetherwallet.ch.

Bookmark the page myetherwallet.com and every time you want to use the wallet, use your bookmark.  Any incorrect domain could cost you all your coins.
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July 08, 2017, 03:55:35 PM
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He has already scammed 684 ETH? They have got BAT/Skincoin and EDG tokens too which are worth over 10 BTC. I feel so sorry for those who clicked on those links. Here are the messages I received:

http://prntscr.com/ft78f6
http://prntscr.com/ft78nq

All the slack bots of all channels have been sending these phishing links and unlike other days, I've received 6-7 of them today. They say that they have been hacked to trap the users to click on those links.

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July 10, 2017, 08:25:53 PM
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Be extremely careful with direct messages in the slacks, specially when somebody ask for money or requires to perform operations on your accounts!

And every time you are on website asking your credentials, double check the url in the address bar. Make that an habits! 




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July 10, 2017, 08:32:07 PM
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How come there is still people who are not aware of this.

Yes I understand that they are newbie but there are things that is common sense. I came from being newbie too but my money is money and I will do anything to take care of that including sending transactions carefully. Honestly when Im a newbie, it tooks me minutes before sending or checking if everything is alright before proceeding.

Hope newbies will read this. BUMP for this thread.

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