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June 17, 2013, 07:32:01 AM
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I messaged Theymos earlier and he gave me the fellow's IP. Which when geoip'd shows it originates from India.

You're lucky, we're still waiting for Kruniac's IP.  Angry

68.55.37.228

Do something.

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June 17, 2013, 11:25:04 AM
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ssbtoday's post history is interesting:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=58873;sa=showPosts;start=60

1. Some interesting and possibly thoughtful posts up until 24 August last year
2. 6th March this year he posts in the Ripple Giveaway thread.
3. 6 posts in the following three weeks and then 63 posts in the last two hours.

Looks so very very dodgy.





Hello, I'm the real ssbtoday, I have no idea who the hell took over my account in my absence but since June 4th there has been some EXTREMELY dodgy posts without even proper grammar/spelling which is making my nickname bad. Please do something about this Moderators. I would definitely like to know who this Indian fellow is that is hacking my account. I am actually from the US, but I'm not sure who is taking this account for themselves.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=235486.msg2488455#msg2488455

Please help if possible.

Hmm... how can you be sure that an Indian fellow is hacking your account? That said, you can go around deleting those posts that you think wasn't posted by you anyway. What do you need from the moderators?
I messaged Theymos earlier and he gave me the fellow's IP. Which when geoip'd shows it originates from India.
A good job there's no way to use an IP other than your own then.  Just imagine if it was possible to connect from different IPs without having to travel around the world - we'd have all manner of false accusations then (and even people using different IPs then trying to pretend one IP wasn't them).  Let's hope nothing like that ever becomes possible.

I fuese you are being ironic here Cheesy

LOL

I surely hope he was indeed joking

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June 24, 2013, 09:01:19 AM
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WTF is goin on here ?

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June 24, 2013, 06:13:15 PM
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WTF is goin on here ?

John K ran away with +100,000BTC of the forum, he is sending the coins to Gox right now, OMG SELL SELL SELL!!!!

















































(sorry, couldn't help it, I'm a bit drunk).

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