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October 22, 2018, 09:30:36 PM
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Hello, the Computer is clean, was used only 2 times when creating a wallet and when transferring to the wallet. Then immediately was turned off and lay off and without access to the network and the Internet. Passwords and key phrases were stored in a safe, access to them was not. There was a 2-factor authorization on the wallet, but no requests were received! Anti-virus protection was. What to do in this case. Transaction ID: b2ca903ecc76ad18b75c475d33561770f5c0cb740b5a39eab647eed1cbad3390
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October 22, 2018, 10:43:27 PM
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Hello, the Computer is clean, was used only 2 times when creating a wallet and when transferring to the wallet. Then immediately was turned off and lay off and without access to the network and the Internet. Passwords and key phrases were stored in a safe, access to them was not. There was a 2-factor authorization on the wallet, but no requests were received! Anti-virus protection was. What to do in this case. Transaction ID: b2ca903ecc76ad18b75c475d33561770f5c0cb740b5a39eab647eed1cbad3390

How did you crack the wallet? what tools did you use? can I have the tools/method?
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October 22, 2018, 10:54:21 PM
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Hello, the Computer is clean, was used only 2 times when creating a wallet and when transferring to the wallet. Then immediately was turned off and lay off and without access to the network and the Internet. Passwords and key phrases were stored in a safe, access to them was not. There was a 2-factor authorization on the wallet, but no requests were received! Anti-virus protection was. What to do in this case. Transaction ID: b2ca903ecc76ad18b75c475d33561770f5c0cb740b5a39eab647eed1cbad3390

How did you crack the wallet? what tools did you use? can I have the tools/method?

I didn't hack, my wallet was hacked. To know who and how, here would not write.
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October 22, 2018, 11:57:15 PM
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Transaction ID: b2ca903ecc76ad18b75c475d33561770f5c0cb740b5a39eab647eed1cbad3390
this outgoing transaction was done 4 months ago (2018-06-09)
then there are 2 more incoming transactions before another outgoing transaction
and this second outgoing transaction (2018-08-26) was done 19 days after the last incoming transaction

everything looks normal to me, it's unclear what you're trying to say...
which one is actually your address?
3FwsErkfRzZh5JyvNoDV6kt4PZWEbPWZcT or 1LuPmN4GGtvsW8X49EtKf1Ekx4JRKEGChr



edit: it seems 1LuPmN4GGtvsW8X49EtKf1Ekx4JRKEGChr is your address, correct?
the transaction was 4 months ago, why you just ask now?
can you tell me what wallet you're using and a bit more of the story behind this

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October 23, 2018, 02:23:26 AM
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It is not core looks like it could be blockchain.info

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October 23, 2018, 03:16:28 AM
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Hello, the Computer is clean, was used only 2 times when creating a wallet and when transferring to the wallet. Then immediately was turned off and lay off and without access to the network and the Internet. Passwords and key phrases were stored in a safe, access to them was not. There was a 2-factor authorization on the wallet, but no requests were received! Anti-virus protection was. What to do in this case. Transaction ID: b2ca903ecc76ad18b75c475d33561770f5c0cb740b5a39eab647eed1cbad3390

For the 2FA i deduct you were using blockchain.com wallet... if that was the scenario you should get a mail while the hacker uses the data from "Passwords and key phrases were stored in a safe", but still weird because if they had access to the safe then how they get the 2FA.

And here is the other option when you created the wallet someone copies it, you say the computer was clean, but I know some nice AV Bypass, so, is hard to know when a PC is really clean.

Option C... a cracker found your private key by luck. The chance of this is 0.00000001% or less, but it has a chance.

So, think about this 3 options. I can't imagine another scenario.

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October 23, 2018, 11:58:02 AM
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where did you download your wallet?

There are many fake wallets and fake web pages that look like the real ones in the net. Creating a private key with any of them will lead to a disaster.

My Address: 121f7zb2U4g9iM4MiJTDhEzqeZGHzq5wLh
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