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Author Topic: Inputs.io | Instant Payments, Offchain API, Secure Wallet, 235k+ BTC transferred  (Read 157758 times)
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November 07, 2013, 04:34:03 AM
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I have lost around 5 BTC due to the hack, I have the utmost respect for TF and believe he will do the right thing.

what is the right thing?

Whatever he sees fit, I'd love a re-reimbursement though. Me and my developer had brought up that inputs may have been compromised with TF over three weeks ago when my coins had disappeared. 
It's impossible to be certain but I'm very sure Inputs was not compromised at that time.



My BTC were sent to the same address to which the BTC from Just-dice were sent too.
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November 07, 2013, 04:36:05 AM
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I have lost around 5 BTC due to the hack, I have the utmost respect for TF and believe he will do the right thing.

what is the right thing?

Whatever he sees fit, I'd love a re-reimbursement though. Me and my developer had brought up that inputs may have been compromised with TF over three weeks ago when my coins had disappeared.  
It's impossible to be certain but I'm very sure Inputs was not compromised at that time.



My BTC were sent to the same address to which the BTC from Just-dice were sent too.
When? Three weeks ago?
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November 07, 2013, 04:37:37 AM
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I have lost around 5 BTC due to the hack, I have the utmost respect for TF and believe he will do the right thing.

what is the right thing?

Whatever he sees fit, I'd love a re-reimbursement though. Me and my developer had brought up that inputs may have been compromised with TF over three weeks ago when my coins had disappeared.  
It's impossible to be certain but I'm very sure Inputs was not compromised at that time.



My BTC were sent to the same address to which the BTC from Just-dice were sent too.
When? Three weeks ago?

Yes, at least three-four weeks ago. You took a look at our server and found no vulnerabilities.
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November 07, 2013, 04:43:12 AM
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IIRC error logging was turned on for your environment. As the email account compromise happened after, it seems the same attacker that compromised gigadice weeks earlier was responsible for the Inputs hack. Thanks for pointing this out, pretty big.
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November 07, 2013, 04:49:43 AM
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Since TeamFortress will not answer my emails. I guess I have to post a message on here.

I have asked, what exactly is going on with our funds? Is everyone getting a refund at some point in time or is all our coins gone? I didn't lose anything but I would like my funds released. Is inputs.io dead? Do I need to find a new service provider? Simple questions that should be answered. Stop ignoring these questions and give us an answer please.
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November 07, 2013, 04:50:34 AM
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Since TeamFortress will not answer my emails. I guess I have to post a message on here.

I have asked, what exactly is going on with our funds? Is everyone getting a refund at some point in time or is all our coins gone? I didn't lose anything but I would like my funds released. Is inputs.io dead? Do I need to find a new service provider? Simple questions that should be answered. Stop ignoring these questions and give us an answer please.

I didn't lose anything but I would like my funds released?


so you did you lose something.
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November 07, 2013, 04:51:48 AM
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IIRC error logging was turned on for your environment. As the email account compromise happened after, it seems the same attacker that compromised gigadice weeks earlier was responsible for the Inputs hack. Thanks for pointing this out, pretty big.

I'm not too worried as I have come to grips with the loss, but a reimbursement would be great.
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November 07, 2013, 04:52:11 AM
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Since TeamFortress will not answer my emails. I guess I have to post a message on here.

I have asked, what exactly is going on with our funds? Is everyone getting a refund at some point in time or is all our coins gone? I didn't lose anything but I would like my funds released. Is inputs.io dead? Do I need to find a new service provider? Simple questions that should be answered. Stop ignoring these questions and give us an answer please.

I assume you've logged in to your inputs.io account to see your balance still there? That doesn't necessarily mean the bitcoin actually exist within TradeFortress' possession.
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November 07, 2013, 04:54:11 AM
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oh i get it, they think that since their balance says BTC: 4 they think they still have 4 bitcoins..


yeah sorry dude your coins are gone.
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November 07, 2013, 04:56:55 AM
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Since TeamFortress will not answer my emails. I guess I have to post a message on here.

I have asked, what exactly is going on with our funds? Is everyone getting a refund at some point in time or is all our coins gone? I didn't lose anything but I would like my funds released. Is inputs.io dead? Do I need to find a new service provider? Simple questions that should be answered. Stop ignoring these questions and give us an answer please.
There's a huge amount of emails that are being worked through. People are getting refunded, but Inputs doesn't have enough coins to pay everyone fully. Send an email to support@inputs.io with your BTC address.

Inputs is dead and you'll need to find a new service provider. I don't recommend storing any Bitcoins accessible on computers connected to the internet.
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November 07, 2013, 05:00:05 AM
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sending email right now
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November 07, 2013, 05:01:31 AM
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Since TeamFortress will not answer my emails. I guess I have to post a message on here.

I have asked, what exactly is going on with our funds? Is everyone getting a refund at some point in time or is all our coins gone? I didn't lose anything but I would like my funds released. Is inputs.io dead? Do I need to find a new service provider? Simple questions that should be answered. Stop ignoring these questions and give us an answer please.
There's a huge amount of emails that are being worked through. People are getting refunded, but Inputs doesn't have enough coins to pay everyone fully. Send an email to support@inputs.io with your BTC address.

Inputs is dead and you'll need to find a new service provider. I don't recommend storing any Bitcoins accessible on computers connected to the internet.

you have an email from mar****udi@email.it, please confirm
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November 07, 2013, 05:04:40 AM
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email sent regarding a sizeable deposit on coinlenders.
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November 07, 2013, 05:06:47 AM
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Where is that "AND ITS GONE!" South Park graphic when you need it...
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November 07, 2013, 05:12:24 AM
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The hack was not an inside job. I find people who accuse that insulting.



I understand that's not proof. There's little that I can do to prove that I'm not the hacker, through.

what about coinlenders balance then?
can we give you a bitcoin address and you send us our coins?

You lost your money, what don't you understand?

Possibly. Also possible that some coinlender assets were in a separate wallet or that there are loans due to cover some of the coinlender deposits.
Yep, but CL used Inputs as it's wallet. CL still has some assets and people did not lose all of their money. Send an address to support@inputs.io

did that, when to expect something?
The coming days.

The disturbing thing is people apparently still trust Linode.

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November 07, 2013, 05:13:15 AM
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The hack was not an inside job. I find people who accuse that insulting.



I understand that's not proof. There's little that I can do to prove that I'm not the hacker, through.

what about coinlenders balance then?
can we give you a bitcoin address and you send us our coins?

You lost your money, what don't you understand?

Possibly. Also possible that some coinlender assets were in a separate wallet or that there are loans due to cover some of the coinlender deposits.
Yep, but CL used Inputs as it's wallet. CL still has some assets and people did not lose all of their money. Send an address to support@inputs.io

did that, when to expect something?
The coming days.

The disturbing thing is people apparently still trust Linode.

I fail to understand why Bitcoin companies use Linode at all, let alone keep a 4000 BTC hot wallet on it! Did Bitcoinica and slush teach us nothing?
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November 07, 2013, 05:16:41 AM
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The hack was not an inside job. I find people who accuse that insulting.



I understand that's not proof. There's little that I can do to prove that I'm not the hacker, through.

what about coinlenders balance then?
can we give you a bitcoin address and you send us our coins?

You lost your money, what don't you understand?

Possibly. Also possible that some coinlender assets were in a separate wallet or that there are loans due to cover some of the coinlender deposits.
Yep, but CL used Inputs as it's wallet. CL still has some assets and people did not lose all of their money. Send an address to support@inputs.io

did that, when to expect something?
The coming days.

The disturbing thing is people apparently still trust Linode.

I fail to understand why Bitcoin companies use Linode at all, let alone keep a 4000 BTC hot wallet on it! Did Bitcoinica and slush teach us nothing?

Yes it did teach something. That Linode makes for a handy fall guy when it's time to cut and run.

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November 07, 2013, 05:19:13 AM
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SOME PEOPLE ARE GETTING REFUNDED!!

https://blockchain.info/address/1GLadosEkeAsLReqS3yQ51E1R3wVtbJCDF

Could some of these people tell if they are getting a percentage of the losses or some further info?

Thanks and lets ignore people that likes to make fun of other´s disgrace.

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November 07, 2013, 05:22:46 AM
Last edit: November 07, 2013, 05:35:01 AM by GigaDice
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SOME PEOPLE ARE GETTING REFUNDED!!

https://blockchain.info/address/1GLadosEkeAsLReqS3yQ51E1R3wVtbJCDF

Could some of these people tell if they are getting a percentage of the losses or some further info?

Thanks and lets ignore people that likes to make fun of other´s disgrace.



I have yet to get a refund, I'm sure he will though.


EDIT: He's a man of his word, sent quite a bit of what I lost.
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November 07, 2013, 05:25:12 AM
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Inputs is dead and you'll need to find a new service provider. I don't recommend storing any Bitcoins accessible on computers connected to the internet.

What about CoinLenders?  Is that dead too?
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