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March 22, 2018, 03:36:04 PM
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hay, my bitcointalk account has been hacked along with his email, how do I get my bitcointalk account back?
because my account is now being used by someone so I can not access it again.
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March 22, 2018, 03:44:48 PM
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hay, my bitcointalk account has been hacked along with his email, how do I get my bitcointalk account back?
because my account is now being used by someone so I can not access it again.

What is your account?

You will need to sign a message from a staked adress on your account ( an adress that has been quoted by someone else in your post history), to prove that you actually own the account. There's no other way for admins to verify if the account is otherwise actually yours.

More instructions can be found Here, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0.

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March 22, 2018, 03:44:59 PM
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You'd have to sign a message with the wallet address assigned to your hacked account; to prove that the account is indeed yours.

For more information: Topic: Recovering hacked accounts or accounts with lost passwords  

and How to sign a message with a Electrum wallet?
 

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March 22, 2018, 03:52:02 PM
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hay, my bitcointalk account has been hacked along with his email, how do I get my bitcointalk account back?
because my account is now being used by someone so I can not access it again.

What is your account?

You will need to sign a message from a staked adress on your account ( an adress that has been quoted by someone else in your post history), to prove that you actually own the account. There's no other way for admins to verify if the account is otherwise actually yours.

More instructions can be found Here, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0.
yes my account, this is a link to my account https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1154767
what is the possibility to return?
I will try it
thank you
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March 22, 2018, 03:58:38 PM
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hay, my bitcointalk account has been hacked along with his email, how do I get my bitcointalk account back?
because my account is now being used by someone so I can not access it again.

What is your account?

You will need to sign a message from a staked adress on your account ( an adress that has been quoted by someone else in your post history), to prove that you actually own the account. There's no other way for admins to verify if the account is otherwise actually yours.

More instructions can be found Here, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0.
yes my account, this is a link to my account https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1154767
what is the possibility to return?
I will try it
thank you

In your case, it is going to be very hard.

You made 3 posts up until today with your adress in it, I archived the earliest one here, 1EwSrxgtPHP8spoHq5DuexGfsjh6eS1D6v, would you be able to sign from that?
http://archive.is/tplnm#selection-9715.0-9723.30

But they're not quoted by anyone/verified at the time so i'm not sure how much credibility these adresses hold. You'll need to contact a moderator for that.

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March 22, 2018, 04:23:31 PM
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hay, my bitcointalk account has been hacked along with his email, how do I get my bitcointalk account back?
because my account is now being used by someone so I can not access it again.

What is your account?

You will need to sign a message from a staked adress on your account ( an adress that has been quoted by someone else in your post history), to prove that you actually own the account. There's no other way for admins to verify if the account is otherwise actually yours.

More instructions can be found Here, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0.
yes my account, this is a link to my account https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1154767
what is the possibility to return?
I will try it
thank you

In your case, it is going to be very hard.

You made 3 posts up until today with your adress in it, I archived the earliest one here, 1EwSrxgtPHP8spoHq5DuexGfsjh6eS1D6v, would you be able to sign from that?
http://archive.is/tplnm#selection-9715.0-9723.30

But they're not quoted by anyone/verified at the time so i'm not sure how much credibility these adresses hold. You'll need to contact a moderator for that.
yes this is my wallet address at vip.bitcoin.co.id.
then what should I do next because there are no quotes from anyone?
who should I contact, if there is a link that can help me, I ask for a link address that I can contact.
Thank you sir
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March 22, 2018, 04:33:45 PM
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You'd have to sign a message with the wallet address assigned to your hacked account; to prove that the account is indeed yours.

For more information: Topic: Recovering hacked accounts or accounts with lost passwords  

and How to sign a message with a Electrum wallet?
 
is there another way sir?
because my bitcoin address has no quote / verification, so it's pretty hard to do
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March 22, 2018, 07:25:43 PM
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yes my account, this is a link to my account https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1154767
what is the possibility to return?
I will try it
thank you



I'm really not familiar with Bitcoin.co.id, it looks like a web wallet, so i doubt that you can sign a message.

Best thing you could probably do is contact their support and ask them if it is possible to sign one. However due to this article i don't think it is possible at all to be honest, https://help.bitcoin.co.id/apakah-alamat-bitcoin-di-akun-vip-saya-bisa-dijadikan-alamat-wallet/

You'd have to sign a message with the wallet address assigned to your hacked account; to prove that the account is indeed yours.

For more information: Topic: Recovering hacked accounts or accounts with lost passwords  

and How to sign a message with a Electrum wallet?
 
is there another way sir?
because my bitcoin address has no quote / verification, so it's pretty hard to do
Unless you can provide a new identification method that 100% proves it is your account, no. If you can on some miraculous way, i'd say contact one of the administrators, and they *might* be able to help you.

Also, the quality of posts on your account wasn't that good, it might just be better to start over fresh. I doubt that that account is going to get into any signature campaigns.

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