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October 06, 2017, 04:26:16 PM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
Anyone else got hacked ?


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October 06, 2017, 04:29:32 PM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
Anyone else got hacked ?



Please copy\paste web site adress of etherwallet that you are using for this, maybe you use some scam sites looks like myerther.

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October 06, 2017, 04:33:11 PM
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Whoever that is. They are getting a plenty of transactions everyday. Quick way to get rich. Users beware about where you are making your transactions.

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October 06, 2017, 04:35:01 PM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
Anyone else got hacked ?



Please copy\paste web site adress of etherwallet that you are using for this, maybe you use some scam sites looks like myerther.

That would be my belief as well.  To OP... did you use a bookmark to get to MEW?  Did you manually type it in... or did you click a link in an email or on a website?  I've seen a few posts about losing coin from a MEW wallet but I've yet to hear it official that it was 'hacked'.

**as a side note, if you clicked a link from a website, it'd be beneficial to post that here so others can be warned.**

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October 06, 2017, 04:35:38 PM
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Seem like a huge amount. Whether you're account was compromised or you mistakenly sent those ether to someone else, don't expect that to be returned because I don't think someone in todays generation, he ev3n consider it a blessing like god works in a mysterious ways.


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October 06, 2017, 04:41:34 PM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
Anyone else got hacked ?



Please copy\paste web site adress of etherwallet that you are using for this, maybe you use some scam sites looks like myerther.

That would be my belief as well.  To OP... did you use a bookmark to get to MEW?  Did you manually type it in... or did you click a link in an email or on a website?  I've seen a few posts about losing coin from a MEW wallet but I've yet to hear it official that it was 'hacked'.

**as a side note, if you clicked a link from a website, it'd be beneficial to post that here so others can be warned.**

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i copied and paste the private key and logged on the account as so my other wallet address, is there some how a chrome plugin change the manually inputed wallet to another one ?
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October 06, 2017, 04:45:00 PM
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stolen funds is very alarming. Have you transact this few weeks? In etherdelta or something? My friend deposit ebtc in etherdelta after a day he lost his ebtc funds and also some coins in his etherwallet.

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October 06, 2017, 04:51:21 PM
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It may be due to some where mistakenly miss handling of private key .  So always secure your private key at secret place never place it in google drive.

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October 06, 2017, 04:54:45 PM
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I am curious to know what happened. Did you download any new altcoin wallets recently?

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October 06, 2017, 04:56:43 PM
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very alarming better to make sure to double check the website hackers are just around the corner waiting to attack in any chance that they've got, better to
make sure everything are correct before hitting the send option, I will wait for any updates regarding to this matter as I have some token from my wallet
inside MEW.

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October 06, 2017, 05:02:55 PM
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This is what worry me, i put my Ether in MEW, and the secret key in my pc. If somehow someone find out my secret key, they can transfer money to any account. I think you shouldn't put your secret key file in the pc. Save it in USB or something.

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October 06, 2017, 05:05:41 PM
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maybe you entered fake web page.
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October 06, 2017, 05:07:50 PM
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stolen funds is very alarming. Have you transact this few weeks? In etherdelta or something? My friend deposit ebtc in etherdelta after a day he lost his ebtc funds and also some coins in his etherwallet.

no, the coins were secure in my wallet for more than a month, this only happened when i actually initiate a transfer by my self today.

My doubt is anyone here have had same issue getting ETH sent to that address
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October 06, 2017, 05:25:01 PM
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It could be some sort of virus, I'm pretty sure I've heard of that in the past.

A simple script such as:

If clipboard == -ethereum address format-:
   use -this address- instead

Also, isn't there a better way than to store your ETH online? I wouldn't trust a website even if I created it myself haha.

Wipe your computer, buy a Trezor. I'm sorry to hear about your loss man.
    
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October 06, 2017, 05:26:12 PM
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I am curious to know what happened. Did you download any new altcoin wallets recently?
I agree with Zaoxhou that you may download any wallet or cryptorelated software, together with your download and install you will install malware in your PC. I lost about 1000 USD or my token few month ago, and now I use new notebook. I never click slack suspicios links and download cheap fuck new airdrop coins.

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October 06, 2017, 05:29:30 PM
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This is worrisome and scary at the same time. But according to what you wrote up there, you said you were send to your other wallet, and you open both wallet? Why would you do that!

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October 06, 2017, 05:32:40 PM
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I heard there was malware going around that modifies your clipboard when it detects a Bitcoin wallet address. So when you copy a wallet address it's different when you paste it. Did you check if the address you pasted was the one you intended to send your ether to? Maybe there is a similar malware for eth.

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October 06, 2017, 05:34:39 PM
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That Address has taken in $22K in ether over the last few days.  Sucks that people are making money like this.  

Over the last fews days I've seen a ton of phishing emails/websites mimicking myetherwallet, with slight spelling differences, like myeitherwallet, or myetheirwallet ... are you sure you didn't click on a scam link?

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96#txreceived

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what did you do before hacking ?

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I see a lot of comments about how concerning and scary this is, but to be honest... I don't feel it.  Based on my experience here, most 'hacks' are due to either a compromised system or user error.  I'm not saying that's the case here, but if you get fearful for every post of missing funds then you should really get out of crypto and put your money in an insured bank.

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Yep, I agree with sylance I'm afraid.

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We all crypto currency is particularly prone to security breaches like this. Having said its important to be fear ' because that will put you in chech' and be daring at the same time. Just know what you are doing. And if you think you've missed it somewhere. Stop! And learn.
 
 

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October 06, 2017, 06:03:34 PM
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From what it sounds like, you visited a suspicious website and something downloaded onto your computer.

Always make sure that the address you copy and paste is the same address you are sending to.

Visually verify it before you hit send. takin that extra few seconds will help you avoid being hacked in the future.

Stay safe my friend.


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Sorry to hear about your losses. The hackers use all sort of way to steal coins, better be safe and buy a hardware wallet.

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October 06, 2017, 06:47:38 PM
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We all gotta be careful. Don't download new altcoin wallets just because they promise an airdrop - it is easiest way to get infected.

Always double check the link you are accessing.

Most important - buy a bloody hardware wallet. That shit costs you 100 usd, and is by far the best way to protect your hard earned cash!!

I am fortunate to have learned from other peoples losses. I was quick enough to secure my funds, I am sure I would have had stuff stolen by now.



Some of you literally give your money away to hackers.

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October 07, 2017, 01:44:33 PM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
Anyone else got hacked ?



May be you used scam site! At this times, every day, many email, slack sent to me! But i only used Bookmark for this web!

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October 07, 2017, 02:53:52 PM
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If you loose not only those eths you tried to send but also other assets in same wallet, you probably entered a fake site. If you only lost those eths you tried to send, you may have a copy paste virus in your computer that changes what you copied with their own wallet adress.

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October 07, 2017, 02:58:06 PM
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Careful guys, since i got scammed 10 more transaction were made to this wallet, anyone else can confirm the same ??

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96#txreceived
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October 07, 2017, 03:01:15 PM
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There are so many thiefs nowadays in the ecosystem. Easiest way to get free money is sending some trojans to all over the world by some download programs and inside torrents etc. And they steal from random wallets after...

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October 07, 2017, 03:19:45 PM
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If you share your Privet key on any ways any scam site or any unknown person,then it's possible.Otherwise it might not be possible.

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I've also almost experienced the same thing with you, first of all the most important bookmark first myetherwallet.com is, because very many malware that try to falsify the website ...

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October 07, 2017, 03:57:28 PM
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I've also almost experienced the same thing with you, first of all the most important bookmark first myetherwallet.com is, because very many malware that try to falsify the website ...
This is it scammers are everywhere so it is better to be cautious on every websites that we click. Like in slack channel there are always sending messages about myether if you click that link it is possible that all your ether/token may lose.

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October 07, 2017, 04:11:24 PM
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some hacking people are using slack. they mail to bitcoin talk user and ask for private key and new people in this field reply their private key and get lost their coin through the slack participation. one of my friend have losted their coin last week. so please carefully check the slack email and do not reply your private key to them. good luck.

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October 07, 2017, 04:33:30 PM
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Careful guys, since i got scammed 10 more transaction were made to this wallet, anyone else can confirm the same ??

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96#txreceived

Did you figure out the source of the Hack/Virus/Scam that took your coins?  Let us know if you do.  The level of Crypto theft is skyrocketing lately, and getting more advanced.

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October 07, 2017, 04:59:10 PM
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Most likely you've clicked the link on your email / SLACK Channel. It is known to the community that slack is famous for PHISHING Message / SPAM to trick you to send Ether to X or Y or Z address in order to get FREE AIRDROPS. The name can be the same as the original name/domain ~MYETHERWALLET (e.g. myétherwallet / mÿetherwallet / myetherwaÌÌet / myethërwallet / myetherwàllet ...etc... DO not click any link from any email / slack / telegram channels in the future. These maybe the most common mistakes that newbie / tech savvy users encountered. Always always type it on your browser or do google search on the keywords. Assure that the site is secured with the original MYETHERWALLET LLC Certificate (SSL / Secured page).

Even google search you gotta be careful because nothing is safe. Here's a scenario! When you type myetherwallet, a list will be shown to you and Never ever click on the Google adwords that contains the name of your search terms that could potentially be a malicious site.


Nope! There's no way you are getting back those tokens you sent back to the impersonator unless you have the private key!
Hard lesson learnt worth that much of ETH!


Note : Always insatall METAMASK on google chrome (free extension available). With that, you can be secured from these phishing site but not 100%, at least there's a warning!

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October 07, 2017, 05:14:12 PM
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That's a bummer to be scammed and/or hacked.
This proves that we all need to constantly consider
our security levels, the op will not get his currency
back unfortunately.

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October 07, 2017, 05:29:47 PM
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there is 3 possibilities:

1. you sent amount on the wrong adress!

2. you went to fish website!

3. your pc/mac is hacked!

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there is 3 possibilities:

1. you sent amount on the wrong adress!

2. you went to fish website!

3. your pc/mac is hacked!

It's definitely the 2 second option. He clicked on the phishing website which hackers and scammers send through slack and emails these days. It's easy to recognize the real myetherwallet but still people are careless. Sad to see your loss but it's gone.



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October 07, 2017, 05:36:00 PM
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What really concerned me alot about this issue was, can you still get that eth wallet? Private key is really important but what else can we do to those professional hackers?

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Hackers are constantly coming up with new ways of taking other people's money. To this we must always be ready but to avoid this it is very difficult if you chose a target for attack. I'm sure that in every such case, there is a share of your guilt. You will not return your coins but if you will learn this lesson in the future you will be more secure.

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I heard some of users who got stolen of ETH from myeherwallet.com because there account got hack, make sure you check the site before entering on it there a lot of anonymous website out there and make sure to secure your private key put it on a flash drive to be safe .

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October 08, 2017, 12:21:33 AM
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Too many phishing websites are spread through slack.You should be more vigilant in entering the website address.Missing one letter, your money disappeared.Investment in crypto is good, but safer if you invest in SWARM. Try it!!

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October 08, 2017, 06:11:01 AM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
Anyone else got hacked ?



Please copy\paste web site adress of etherwallet that you are using for this, maybe you use some scam sites looks like myerther.

That would be my belief as well.  To OP... did you use a bookmark to get to MEW?  Did you manually type it in... or did you click a link in an email or on a website?  I've seen a few posts about losing coin from a MEW wallet but I've yet to hear it official that it was 'hacked'.

**as a side note, if you clicked a link from a website, it'd be beneficial to post that here so others can be warned.**

myetherwallet.com
i copied and paste the private key and logged on the account as so my other wallet address, is there some how a chrome plugin change the manually inputed wallet to another one ?
Since you used the official wallet, though strange, but there is a possibility of a malware on your system or browser that is hijacking your transaction. That is just a plain explanation for that and the dude behind this is sure making shitload of cash from this. It is important to always check the links you click as well as some webpages you visit and if possible, try to format your PC.

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October 08, 2017, 08:58:37 AM
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Too many phishing websites are spread through slack.You should be more vigilant in entering the website address.Missing one letter, your money disappeared
Fully agreed with this. If you want safe, never join in any of slack group. You are putting very big risk to earn small money.

Investment in crypto is good, but safer if you invest in SWARM. Try it!!
Do you think the site which you have advertized now will become more popular with this? not even once.


2. you went to fish website!

fish? What kind of fish on ocean he get? Grin


Please, read what OP's situation people. It was clearly his computer got hijacked when he pasted his other ETH address.
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

All you can do only this
try to format your PC.
and next time, always double check your address, is it already right or not.

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October 08, 2017, 10:28:37 AM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
Anyone else got hacked ?




That address was generated automatically?? Or you put in waht you think is the right address but it changed as soon as you press send?

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October 08, 2017, 03:23:42 PM
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its very weird tho, since no one else in this entire planet claimed the same loss to that address as me.
18 other tx were created since i OP this post
6 minutes ago while im writing this, were stolen sent almost 14 ETH to that wallet how is possible that
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its very weird tho, since no one else in this entire planet claimed the same loss to that address as me.
18 other tx were created since i OP this post
6 minutes ago while im writing this, were stolen sent almost 14 ETH to that wallet how is possible that

For me as i always read in these kind of threads. I always make it a point to create a bootable usb flashdrive of ubuntu when transfering. I get all things needed; the json file, address to. Boot into ubuntu live boot. Sign in with my google account to sync bookmarks. Go to MEW. Transact. Wait for atleast 1 confirmation. Save as bookmark the current page. Logoff live boot. And goto my usual dekstops chrome and check progress. I feel safe with this. And have not experienced this.

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October 09, 2017, 07:17:54 PM
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I also got hacked as well. Should I create another Ether address and send my other coins there. I lost 2457 eBTC coins. The address was 0x4d517d272ce8d879d8891518e70153b49d2cdb96 that hacked me.
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October 09, 2017, 11:11:55 PM
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I also got hacked as well. Should I create another Ether address and send my other coins there. I lost 2457 eBTC coins. The address was 0x4d517d272ce8d879d8891518e70153b49d2cdb96 that hacked me.

Yes if that address has been compromised already it is best of you create another one.

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Thanks, i will then do that.
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October 10, 2017, 08:26:08 AM
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I've read that there is some virus which is pasting bitcoin address when you try to copy/paste your address, maybe it is something similar, instead copy/paste bitcoin address it is pasting ether address.
Unless you accidentally sent transaction to that address or you were phished I don't see any other explanation.

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October 10, 2017, 03:41:01 PM
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its very weird tho, since no one else in this entire planet claimed the same loss to that address as me.
18 other tx were created since i OP this post
6 minutes ago while im writing this, were stolen sent almost 14 ETH to that wallet how is possible that
Not all MEW users are here in bitcointalk and if some are here, maybe they didn't notice this thread.
Anyway, since you've mentioned that you go directly to myetherwallet.com, maybe you've become a victim of a copy/paste malware. I suggest you to install an anti-malware software (such as Malwarebytes) and scan your PC. If you want to be sure next time, you should paste the address first to a notepad or text editor, check if it's right, then copy from there before pasting in a website or wallet.

PS. ALWAYS DOUBLE CHECK

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I also lost 42 Ether from this!!!  What's crazy is that it worked before for a small amount.  I was attempting to send the Ether to Bittrex. 

Before you ask:  Yes, I DID check the address of the website and I DID verify the receiving address before submitting the transaction.  I have sent an email to MyEtherWallet.  The address the funds are sent to show multiple entries, but only a couple withdrawals (very small amounts, which is unusual if this is indeed a hacker's account).  I am actually currently the highest "loser" with 42.05387962 Ether sent here.  I will no longer use this service, and I would recommend that other be very wary, as there was nothing I could have done differently (except refrain from using this specific service) to prevent this hijacking.   

Edit:  Also, this was done on a government computer and I just confirmed that there is no malware on my computer. 
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I lost all my 16.63 Ether .  Nearly $5,000 Cry Cry Cry

   It wasn't a hacked site .  The problem is a phishing site shows as an ad disguised as myetherwallet.com .   The duplicate site is identical except the url is

http www myetherunwallet.com .  instead of http www myetherwallet.com  When you glance at it you don't always notice the url isn't correct.  If you don't have a habit of checking your url's , you will never catch it.

  I was trying to transfer 1.7 ether to bittrex so I could buy Ubiq for $1.20.   Now I lost everything.     The fake site shows #1 on Yahoo search engine .  I imagine it shows on others as well.

               Instead of sending 1.7 Ether to bittrex , it send all 16.63 of my mined coins to :  0x4d517d272ce8d879d8891518e70153b49d2cdb96 .


                    This account is currently still running the ad for the fake site and continues to steal peoples ether.   They had $54,000 in Ether yesterday , they must have made a $10,000 withdraw yesterday because it now shows about $45,000.    Please spread the word .   If this was helpful please help with a small donation.

Eth: 0xd4bc2d9c73512e5906c800c0770f672ededcb792
Decred: DsW31GZYmNX2pFiMW5oZCdZVm26SAs34zsa
Bitcoin: 1MypnbH4aRoN1cYTmn7RA8NXSX5YXpSupT
Ubiq:  0x98e01264d4e550640ea0f1e6b9aa74cae7979278

           


       
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October 10, 2017, 07:24:45 PM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
Anyone else got hacked ?




From Where u clicked the MEW website link , i recommended u bookmark official MEW site , because now too much of scam website , sometimes they will send us notification from email then we clicked that fake website and we lost our eth.
Next time check u link before submit ur private key , see the SSL network "MYETHERWALLET LLC [US]" this a real official website of MEW.
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Please how to complain this address and who is the owner of the address.
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I also lost 42 Ether from this!!!  What's crazy is that it worked before for a small amount.  I was attempting to send the Ether to Bittrex. 

Before you ask:  Yes, I DID check the address of the website and I DID verify the receiving address before submitting the transaction.  I have sent an email to MyEtherWallet.  The address the funds are sent to show multiple entries, but only a couple withdrawals (very small amounts, which is unusual if this is indeed a hacker's account).  I am actually currently the highest "loser" with 42.05387962 Ether sent here.  I will no longer use this service, and I would recommend that other be very wary, as there was nothing I could have done differently (except refrain from using this specific service) to prevent this hijacking.   

Edit:  Also, this was done on a government computer and I just confirmed that there is no malware on my computer. 


 It seems I am in second place at 16.63 .   All my mining efforts for nearly three months.   Ironically , instead of keeping my coins on the Bittrex echange , I used the wallet for safety .   Whenever I transfer out of Bittrex I have to open an email to verify it.  Also , I can trade coins whenever I feel like it.   The scammer is still running the mock site ad on yahoo.  I hope someone shuts him down or calls the FBI .
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October 11, 2017, 09:23:21 PM
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Please how to complain this address and who is the owner of the address.

The fake url website is    myethereunwallet.com .


        Here is the registration:


          Name: Wuxi Yilian LLC
Organization: Wuxi Yilian LLC
Mailing Address: No.1001 Anling Road, Xiamen Fujian 361008 cn
Phone: +86.5922577888
Ext:
Fax: +86.5922179606
Fax Ext:
Email:whoisprivacyprotect@whoisservices.cn
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Please how to complain this address and who is the owner of the address.

The fake url website is    myethereunwallet.com .


        Here is the registration:


          Name: Wuxi Yilian LLC
Organization: Wuxi Yilian LLC
Mailing Address: No.1001 Anling Road, Xiamen Fujian 361008 cn
Phone: +86.5922577888
Ext:
Fax: +86.5922179606
Fax Ext:
Email:whoisprivacyprotect@whoisservices.cn

its redirecting to the original one whats the deal ?
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Please how to complain this address and who is the owner of the address.

The fake url website is    myethereunwallet.com .


        Here is the registration:


          Name: Wuxi Yilian LLC
Organization: Wuxi Yilian LLC
Mailing Address: No.1001 Anling Road, Xiamen Fujian 361008 cn
Phone: +86.5922577888
Ext:
Fax: +86.5922179606
Fax Ext:
Email:whoisprivacyprotect@whoisservices.cn

its redirecting to the original one whats the deal ?


     No, someone built a duplicate site . It is an exact copy so you never know its not the real one.

 The only difference is the url location is slightly different and the software is designed to transfer your ether to China where you will never see it again .  Its actually a Yahoo ad with the description of the correct site .  Very similar to the ads placed by Ebay or Amazon.

              Instead of amazon.com  or ebay.com , you get anazon.com or myebay.com.    Sometimes you catch the difference and sometimes not .
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Please how to complain this address and who is the owner of the address.

The fake url website is    myethereunwallet.com .


        Here is the registration:


          Name: Wuxi Yilian LLC
Organization: Wuxi Yilian LLC
Mailing Address: No.1001 Anling Road, Xiamen Fujian 361008 cn
Phone: +86.5922577888
Ext:
Fax: +86.5922179606
Fax Ext:
Email:whoisprivacyprotect@whoisservices.cn

its redirecting to the original one whats the deal ?


     No, someone built a duplicate site . It is an exact copy so you never know its not the real one.

 The only difference is the url location is slightly different and the software is designed to transfer your ether to China where you will never see it again .  Its actually a Yahoo ad with the description of the correct site .  Very similar to the ads placed by Ebay or Amazon.

              Instead of amazon.com  or ebay.com , you get anazon.com or myebay.com.    Sometimes you catch the difference and sometimes not .

OMG i really would like to see this/those chinese thief being in a shooting range for dead sentence
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Yesterday i bought bitindia tokens. I added the new token to myetherwallet, checked the balance and after i saw my 1222 bitindia tokens in my wallet I turned off my computer and went to bed. Today I checked my balance and there are no tokens. There is a transaction 31 minutes after I turned off my computer where my bitindia are being transfered to another address. After that another transaction where 0.06 ether is also transfered at the same address. I can see the address at bitindia under token holders where it is listed with my 1222 bitindia tokens. The address is 0x799ffca55c7a9b7c0910799549a458066b2a5704.
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Contract 0x90502eb2771ca5100e1e0e76f97741870822ae57 
  Contract 0x420335d3deef2d5b87524ff9d0fb441f71ea621f Internal Invoke
    1,122.58064516129032258 ERC20 (Bitindia) TOKEN Transfer From 0x90502eb2771ca5100e1e0e76f97741870822ae57 to 0x85233fca620cec68ada9c3cd165d2dc418f3fb63
 TRANSFER  2.9 Ether  to 0xad30f8bf12a80a86ee497228
Him stealing
18 hrs 28 mins ago (Oct-11-2017 08:44:43 PM +UTC)
From:
0x85233fca620cec68ada9c3cd165d2dc418f3fb63
Contract 0x420335d3deef2d5b87524ff9d0fb441f71ea621f 
 1,122.58064516129032258 ERC20 (Bitindia) TOKEN Transfer From 0x85233fca620cec68ada9c3cd165d2dc418f3fb63 to 0x799ffca55c7a9b7c0910799549a458066b2a5704

Any ideas how this happened? Myetherwallet account is new and only used to buy enjincoin a week ago. Enjin coin is time locked will i lose them too when they go live?
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October 12, 2017, 03:31:45 PM
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Yesterday i bought bitindia tokens. I added the new token to myetherwallet, checked the balance and after i saw my 1222 bitindia tokens in my wallet I turned off my computer and went to bed. Today I checked my balance and there are no tokens. There is a transaction 31 minutes after I turned off my computer where my bitindia are being transfered to another address. After that another transaction where 0.06 ether is also transfered at the same address. I can see the address at bitindia under token holders where it is listed with my 1222 bitindia tokens. The address is 0x799ffca55c7a9b7c0910799549a458066b2a5704.
Me buying
19 hrs 2 mins ago (Oct-11-2017 08:13:55 PM +UTC)
From:
0x85233fca620cec68ada9c3cd165d2dc418f3fb63
To:
Contract 0x90502eb2771ca5100e1e0e76f97741870822ae57 
  Contract 0x420335d3deef2d5b87524ff9d0fb441f71ea621f Internal Invoke
    1,122.58064516129032258 ERC20 (Bitindia) TOKEN Transfer From 0x90502eb2771ca5100e1e0e76f97741870822ae57 to 0x85233fca620cec68ada9c3cd165d2dc418f3fb63
 TRANSFER  2.9 Ether  to 0xad30f8bf12a80a86ee497228
Him stealing
18 hrs 28 mins ago (Oct-11-2017 08:44:43 PM +UTC)
From:
0x85233fca620cec68ada9c3cd165d2dc418f3fb63
Contract 0x420335d3deef2d5b87524ff9d0fb441f71ea621f 
 1,122.58064516129032258 ERC20 (Bitindia) TOKEN Transfer From 0x85233fca620cec68ada9c3cd165d2dc418f3fb63 to 0x799ffca55c7a9b7c0910799549a458066b2a5704

Any ideas how this happened? Myetherwallet account is new and only used to buy enjincoin a week ago. Enjin coin is time locked will i lose them too when they go live?

Where did you generate your address? Either you went to a phishing site and generated a wallet there and they know your private key. Or your system is compromised in another way, did you download any other wallets recently?

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October 12, 2017, 03:47:54 PM
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I only downloaded exodus wallet but I never used it. I traded on kraken so the only reason for using myetherwallet was to buy enjin and bitindia. How can I stop him from taking my enjin coins when they go live?
 I can't move them because they are time locked until the end of the pr-esale.
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I only downloaded exodus wallet but I never used it. I traded on kraken so the only reason for using myetherwallet was to buy enjin and bitindia. How can I stop him from taking my enjin coins when they go live?
 I can't move them because they are time locked until the end of the pr-esale.

   It seems you created your wallet on the fake site.   You need to stop using that wallet and switch the coins to point to another wallet.   If you cannot, you will need to check the wallet for the deposit and transfer them out before the scammer does.   I have been checking my old wallet everyday in case of a deposit coming in from my mining rigs before I redirected them. 
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It seems it is still happening .  Someone lost 32 ether yesterday and another person lost 161 about 6 hours ago.  That's  $10,000 and $50,000 respectively.
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October 13, 2017, 08:50:29 PM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
Anyone else got hacked ?



Would you mind on posting the site link or any informations either a software or something so that people on here would really be aware. Im completely sure that you do being phished and seeing on the transaction on such address there are lots who are victimized on this scheme and now hes accumulating lots of Ether.

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October 14, 2017, 12:11:29 AM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
Anyone else got hacked ?



This is a departure from typical bitcoin phishing attacks that target known and active cryptocurrency users, Google Allows Phishing Sites to Steal Your Bitcoins Through Ads.

The new phishing campaign was spotted by security researchers from Cyren at the beginning June, when a phishing campaign using the domain blocklchain (as its web address began to spread using Google AdWords).

That even non-bitcoin users are falling for phishing scams that dangle the prospect of cryptocurrency riches in front of them.


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October 14, 2017, 01:04:24 AM
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Most socalled hacks are simply phishing. Probably 95%. Actual hacks mostly only happen on major sites. Not on a single homepc... So if MEW was compromised we would know. The devs would know.... it would be massive. And probably... the hackers would not even get away with it since it would be so big it would probably come out someday who the perpetuators are. Then they wouldnt be safe the rest of their lives.

No matter how much it sucks for the victims of phishing its still their responsibility to be carefull. I must admit im scared if MEW actually still holds... but thats cause of Etherdelta. Which bookmarked my private keys... that is now fixed and my fear is slowly degrading.. but i still dont feel completely safe.

edit: just used mew.... AND ALL MY FN FUNDS ARE STOLEN THE FCK@!

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October 14, 2017, 05:39:03 PM
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the thief just transfered out huge amount of ether, beside their fkng manipulator government he/she shall go away with this amount of money thats so sad, i really hope to see this garbage person being in a death sentence shooting range of his stupid communist country very soon

the 2 wallets that hold the stolen eth now just to keep recorded

https://etherchain.org/account/0x9a9a78cbb2aecb59f34943354d80a5a8c4496667#txreceived

https://etherchain.org/account/0x057c6a2a5b474bf3115025d1fde01bfc46185673#txreceived

if there are exchange's representative following this topic with help of the community shall track down this, in order to hold his transactions being deposited somewhere specifically   
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October 15, 2017, 08:30:02 AM
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Overhere the same problem. 2 days ago I wanted to buy bitindia. I have copied the address and I checked it twice if the address was correct but the ethereum was send to 0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96.
And indeed it was send from myethereunwallet.

What can we do? Hopefully we can get our ethereum back however.....

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Overhere the same problem. 2 days ago I wanted to buy bitindia. I have copied the address and I checked it twice if the address was correct but the ethereum was send to 0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96.
And indeed it was send from myethereunwallet.

What can we do? Hopefully we can get our ethereum back however.....



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October 15, 2017, 03:41:19 PM
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well, this is a warning for all of us to be more careful in using the privat key of our wallet, already a lot of our friends are exposed to phishing, I think we do not need to display our wallet address on our bitcointalk profile, and not easily click the link of a shipment that is less clear, because it is so widespread theft like this, be careful guys

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Hi.  Can I say that I am genuinely sorry for anyone who has been scammed.  However I am still at a loss as to understand anyone that owns thousands of pounds or dollars of eth that has not invested in a hardware wallet. 
It would completely remove this threat , trezor actually allows you to confirm the amount and the address before it’s sent furthermore your private key never leaves the device so nothing leaves without you pressing the button.     Regards kr
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My friend also lost his Ethereum and some other coins from a phishing website and said it really looked the same as the original one. I think it's better if you just bookmark the legit website to prevent this from happening again. So sorry for your loss OP but I think you can't retrieve back the coins you lost anymore.


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October 15, 2017, 07:54:04 PM
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well finally some good news, notified the police and the cyber crime department of my country and his. They are monitoring the MEW adress as well as the adresses that everything ended in. Almost 1 million dollars there https://etherscan.io/address/0x4c34ae54dc716808e94af3d1d638b8ea3a23fa9b The bitindia stolen are in the original myetherwallet address that stole them from me https://etherscan.io/address/0x799ffca55c7a9b7c0910799549a458066b2a5704 and it belongs to bitcoin forum member saiful who used the same myetherwallet for facebook bounty as you can see in the spreadsheet under facebook bounty:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VN61OS92gyZSHlYorDMfVVf90n3jl-HKTGbhBXVthNE/htmlview 
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   05/07/2017 01:27:12   saiful   
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=858487;sa=summary
   
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   1362   0x799FFca55C7A9b7C0910799549A458066B2a5704   Accepted   2   5   10   120.7729469   

It is a shame that phishing is done by members of this forum but there is still justice in the world. SAIFUL you should be more careful when stealing now pay the price (Indonesian law for stealing is very strict as Jakarta police informed me).
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October 16, 2017, 12:32:08 AM
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well finally some good news, notified the police and the cyber crime department of my country and his. They are monitoring the MEW adress as well as the adresses that everything ended in. Almost 1 million dollars there https://etherscan.io/address/0x4c34ae54dc716808e94af3d1d638b8ea3a23fa9b The bitindia stolen are in the original myetherwallet address that stole them from me https://etherscan.io/address/0x799ffca55c7a9b7c0910799549a458066b2a5704 and it belongs to bitcoin forum member saiful who used the same myetherwallet for facebook bounty as you can see in the spreadsheet under facebook bounty:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VN61OS92gyZSHlYorDMfVVf90n3jl-HKTGbhBXVthNE/htmlview 
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=858487;sa=summary
   
https://web.facebook.com/rijal.dimas
   1362   0x799FFca55C7A9b7C0910799549A458066B2a5704   Accepted   2   5   10   120.7729469   

It is a shame that phishing is done by members of this forum but there is still justice in the world. SAIFUL you should be more careful when stealing now pay the price (Indonesian law for stealing is very strict as Jakarta police informed me).

This is great! Cheesy so we are really able to track them down Cheesy

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October 16, 2017, 01:13:21 AM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
Anyone else got hacked ?


Maybe you entered in the wrong website of MEW. There are many cloned website of myetherwallet that are scam. You should bookmark the real website of MEW which is https://myetherwallet.com/ and secured. You can check list of ethereum scams here in database ,check their website: https://etherscamdb.info/scams/

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I saw this warning on myetherwallet. Perhaps it is related about this issue

Hey! Listen! MyEtherWallet is prepared for the Byzantium fork. You do NOT need to do anything.
Anyone who DMs you with some announcement on Slack is trying to steal your ETH!

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October 16, 2017, 08:16:40 AM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
Anyone else got hacked ?


Maybe you entered in the wrong website of MEW. There are many cloned website of myetherwallet that are scam. You should bookmark the real website of MEW which is https://myetherwallet.com/ and secured. You can check list of ethereum scams here in database ,check their website: https://etherscamdb.info/scams/

This one should need to be consider by the people since there are so many fake MEW websites and he should properly check wherever they like to log in their private key unto that site. Ang people need to be more careful since eth is no dispute option if we been compromised by those damn guys around, And also we should careful on where we put our private keys.

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I saw this warning on myetherwallet. Perhaps it is related about this issue

Hey! Listen! MyEtherWallet is prepared for the Byzantium fork. You do NOT need to do anything.
Anyone who DMs you with some announcement on Slack is trying to steal your ETH!


thats a scam site...  Cheesy 

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Guys, be careful when you copy/paste addresses for sending or receiving coins. New malware can detect addresses and it is able to change receive address with hidden scyrpt.Always check last part of address before push send button.



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October 16, 2017, 12:10:43 PM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
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I have heard about it too. One  of my friend's 4.5etherum got stolen when he used that website.

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October 16, 2017, 07:13:54 PM
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I tried to send eth to my other wallet, then after i press generate and send, it sent all to
0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96

https://etherchain.org/account/0x4d517D272CE8D879D8891518E70153b49d2CDb96
 
Anyone else got hacked ?




I wonder how your funds has been sent to a different eth wallet address, i am not sure but I think you were using a site which looks like the same as myetherwallet's user interface but has a different web link and it has a script like whenever you are making a transaction or sending an amount it will be directly sent to a certain address which you are not familiar with I am not really sure if this thing really exists but i think it's possible .

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October 18, 2017, 04:12:08 PM
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https://www.europol.europa.eu/about-europol/european-cybercrime-centre-ec3 They are very helpful and have actually solved cases where people have gotten their money back. You just send a report and they do the rest. You have nothing to loose but might be lucky and get back what was stolen from you. I filled one already so I recomend it. Only for european citizens though.
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October 19, 2017, 04:32:25 PM
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Today I received a letter from support@myetherwallet.website with such content:

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Dear MyEtherWallet user,
Following the latest ETH fork, there is an excess of ETH to be distributed among Ethereum holders.
For every 1 ETH in your MyEtherWallet wallet, you are entitled to receive 0.1 ETH free ( EX: you own 100 ETH you will receive 10 ETH free ).
In order to receive your free ETH, please prove that you are still active on our blockchain by logging in to MyEtherWallet
(http://www-enigma.bmetrack.com/c/l?u=754A0CB&e=BE57F4&c=DAD1E&t=0&l=7957EE2A&email=Sw7DspnFX3upARBaTcwbWn6MxAymonQR&seq=2)
( click here http://www-enigma.bmetrack.com/c/l?u=754A0CB&e=BE57F4&c=DAD1E&t=0&l=7957EE2A&email=Sw7DspnFX3upARBaTcwbWn6MxAymonQR&seq=3
and confirm your wallet.
Wallets that are unconfirmed in the next 24h will not participate in the ETH distribution.
Thank you
MyEtherWallet LLC

What do you think about it?

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October 19, 2017, 06:00:42 PM
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I just received phiscing mail related to OMG airdrop. I open the site to see whats it all about but I didnt even manage to read it when Metamask blocked the site saying its a phiscing attempt.

I suggest you install phiscing prevention extension to your browser. They will automatically warn and block phiscing sites.

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October 20, 2017, 07:19:35 AM
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I have send an e-mail to the helpdesk of myetherwallet and they have said that they need to receive more e-mails from people.
Let every victim do that so that we can stand strong. The cyberpolice is working on it however the more companies/people are declaring the more change we have.
Come on my fellow victims. Let's get those bastards.
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October 20, 2017, 10:25:05 AM
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I have send an e-mail to the helpdesk of myetherwallet and they have said that they need to receive more e-mails from people.
Let every victim do that so that we can stand strong. The cyberpolice is working on it however the more companies/people are declaring the more change we have.
Come on my fellow victims. Let's get those bastards.

Now be very careful with the sites ,many Scam and phishing . can easily steal the token cryptocurrency .

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October 20, 2017, 06:46:06 PM
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More good news! After reporting myetherwallet being compromised through phishing at all authorities (takes time but is worth it) I informed forum member "saiful" that I have taken legal action against him. On October 18 he replied that he would return the Bitindia tokens stolen. Today I received them in a new address.
Participating in phishing scams is a serious crime and one can get in a lot of trouble. By returning what you have stolen you have a chance to avoid serious problems with the law. To all those that participate in such scams: Do what "saiful" did and return what you have stolen to the rightful owners. The damage that may be done by a stupid act like stealing tokens might be 100 times worse than what the tokens are worth. The only ones making money out of scams are the ones organising them while the little guys that do the dirty work get caught. IT'S NOT WORTH IT.
To victims:
Report, report, report and then report again sending all the information to ALL authorities. Everywhere. Do a search in Google for reporting scams and send a report EVERYWHERE. Believe me I found a lot of people that helped me track and find those responsible for compromising my wallet. IT'S WORTH IT.
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October 20, 2017, 07:34:09 PM
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Today I received a letter from support@myetherwallet.website with such content:

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Dear MyEtherWallet user,
Following the latest ETH fork, there is an excess of ETH to be distributed among Ethereum holders.
For every 1 ETH in your MyEtherWallet wallet, you are entitled to receive 0.1 ETH free ( EX: you own 100 ETH you will receive 10 ETH free ).
In order to receive your free ETH, please prove that you are still active on our blockchain by logging in to MyEtherWallet

and confirm your wallet.
Wallets that are unconfirmed in the next 24h will not participate in the ETH distribution.
Thank you
MyEtherWallet LLC

What do you think about it?

What's there to say? It's an obvious scam, There is no excess eth to be distributed and the website url ends with .website.

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October 21, 2017, 07:37:03 AM
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More good news! After reporting myetherwallet being compromised through phishing at all authorities (takes time but is worth it) I informed forum member "saiful" that I have taken legal action against him. On October 18 he replied that he would return the Bitindia tokens stolen. Today I received them in a new address.
Participating in phishing scams is a serious crime and one can get in a lot of trouble. By returning what you have stolen you have a chance to avoid serious problems with the law. To all those that participate in such scams: Do what "saiful" did and return what you have stolen to the rightful owners. The damage that may be done by a stupid act like stealing tokens might be 100 times worse than what the tokens are worth. The only ones making money out of scams are the ones organising them while the little guys that do the dirty work get caught. IT'S NOT WORTH IT.
To victims:
Report, report, report and then report again sending all the information to ALL authorities. Everywhere. Do a search in Google for reporting scams and send a report EVERYWHERE. Believe me I found a lot of people that helped me track and find those responsible for compromising my wallet. IT'S WORTH IT.

This is great news then, I just hope those hackers will return back the coins they stole from everyone. But I don't think some would return back the amount they stole. I was also a victim but I only had a small amount of Ethereum stolen from me so I just let it go and learned my lesson well.


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