My I phone was hacked at 5:51 Am this morning. I was just waking up and all 180 bitcoins were gone for a total of about 20K how do you track them down and get them back. the adress that took them was
1KSvqznN7YijagkZMDTP4yHwfarKjm9HrY this address stole 178.9 bit coins
1diceDPtUMBpWgv8i4pG8HMjXv9QDJWN this address took .901 bit coins
Question is how do you track down these criminals and how did they get into my phone and how did they get my password
You can never fairly trace this money 100% to the theif. Anyone can make it seem like someone else is the one with the coins now. I am willing to bet that if you offered up $1,000 to the right hacker you might be able to look uber deep into the blockchain and have a damn good idea of the person responsible if they can crack one of the systems involved and do hours upon hours of research into what locations received what. Im still not sure of if this is even possible at all. You could end up $1,000 deeper in another scammer.
blockchain.info will let you know where your money went. If it has been spent (it has been spent...again and again...sorry...) you can cry to the new owners, if you can track them down, but what are they going to tell you? "I didn't know they were stolen." They might be the same people who stole the coins. This is where your hacker might help. If they can somehow comprimise a computer of the theifs you could figure this out. But what then, show up at the house and go Taxi Driver on their crew? Probably not worth it. What if you had the wrong person?
Id give up and let this be a lesson that phones are not to be used for anything over $100 or 1btc. For transactions over $500 I would have a specific cheap computer used for nothing but bitcoins. This computer should have a fresh install of Linux and never be used for any other reasons. If you do this and have a good 16 digit password you are 99.999% safe forever.
If you have $20,000+ in bitcoins you need to know this stuff. Im sad that theives still make off with this much money because this is the worst thing bitcoin has going for it by far. I know admitting such a huge loss can be hard but thanks for helping to educate everyone as to what not to do.