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May 20, 2013, 08:27:03 PM
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Very cool website, allows you to mine BTC from your web browser as long as you keep the windows open. I had some trouble with it at first but it worked in google chrome better than firefox.

Check it out
http://www.browserminer.com

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May 20, 2013, 09:47:37 PM
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I got hacked! The hacker only posted 3 comments about the site mentioned in the post... I have NOT used the site and would most certainly not now as my account got compromised to advertise for this dodgy looking site.

I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND USING THE SITE!! DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK!!

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May 20, 2013, 09:54:47 PM
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Anyone know who runs the site at question? I'm on my mobile atm so its a pain to try and find out. To me it looks like it could only be that site owner! Glad they only advertised there site though..... If it is/was legit the could have just PM'd me and asked me too review it on my site haha :-)

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May 21, 2013, 01:45:16 AM
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How did your account and the other accounts posting this spam get compromised?

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May 21, 2013, 01:49:15 AM
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How did your account and the other accounts posting this spam get compromised?

No idea, I have a strong password tbh! I have confirmed at least 2 other members who have been hacked on here.

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May 21, 2013, 01:50:08 AM
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How did your account and the other accounts posting this spam get compromised?

No idea, I have a strong password tbh! I have confirmed at least 2 other members who have been hacked on here.

Andy B
Do you use the password elsewhere?

ETA: May's well include my follow-up. Do you use LastPass or a similar online password manager? If so, do you use that password elsewhere, and is it a strong password? If so, was 2FA enabled?
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May 21, 2013, 01:50:55 AM
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How did your account and the other accounts posting this spam get compromised?

No idea, I have a strong password tbh! I have confirmed at least 2 other members who have been hacked on here.

Andy B
Do you use the password elsewhere?


erm.............

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May 21, 2013, 01:53:45 AM
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How did your account and the other accounts posting this spam get compromised?

No idea, I have a strong password tbh! I have confirmed at least 2 other members who have been hacked on here.

Andy B
Do you use the password elsewhere?
erm.............

Andy B
Is that a sheepish "yes," or did I ask something stupid? Cheesy

Good for Theymos to know in determining if he should be checking in on this. If you're using a password manager, they're often at least able to tell you where else you've used the password if you do re-use passwords. Obviously, if you use the password anywhere else, you should change them and enable 2FA if available. Then you can let us know which sites... if I read you right.
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May 21, 2013, 01:57:07 AM
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How did your account and the other accounts posting this spam get compromised?

No idea, I have a strong password tbh! I have confirmed at least 2 other members who have been hacked on here.

Andy B
Do you use the password elsewhere?
erm.............

Andy B
Is that a sheepish "yes," or did I ask something stupid? Cheesy

Good for Theymos to know in determining if he should be checking in on this. If you're using a password manager, they're often at least able to tell you where else you've used the password if you do re-use passwords. Obviously, if you use the password anywhere else, you should change them and enable 2FA if available. Then you can let us know which sites... if I read you right.

Thank you for the assistance Wink

Andy B

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