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Author Topic: Be Careful Of The Traps/Scam In The Smart Contract Ethereum  (Read 176 times)
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March 28, 2018, 07:39:31 PM
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Two days ago my friend found a private key of ethereum from the telegram channel. In the ethereum wallet there is a token that has not been withdrawn and the token is worth $200,000 dollars. The ethereum address is also shared with me.

After I checked, I got an explanation from him that he has tempted by the tokens in the smart contract wallet ethereum it. since he sent his ethereum for gas price, and then his ethereum he sent was lost instantly (sent to another wallet) after 1 confirmation.

This token is an ICX token (ICON - https://ethplorer.io/address/0xb5a5f22694352c15b00323844ad545abb2b11028) with a nominal amount of 75,000 tokens.


These is an example of the ethereum address and private key that ever shared by my friend
Eth address: 0xa8015df1f65e1f53d491dc1ed35013031ad25034
Private key: 668a369e87 *************************************

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please do not use this wallet. I am not responsible for losing your ethereum if you use it.
BTW, I am not a hacker or phisher, these address I got from my friend who he got from telegram channel

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there are a ton transactions on these address 24 hours non-stop.

Note: please don't make a transcation anything with the address who I shared. I just sharing with you


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March 30, 2018, 06:53:55 AM
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in my opinion, you shouldn't share with us the private key of the account. I suggest you delete it as long as few people have seen it (in his post). It would be better to post or email it to the official web page of Ethereum or Twitter. Someone has set a trap. There must be a program checking constantly the Ethereum balance of the account and sending this amount to a second address. send this post to the scam section of the forum, without the private key.

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March 30, 2018, 06:54:44 PM
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in my opinion, you shouldn't share with us the private key of the account. I suggest you delete it as long as few people have seen it (in his post). It would be better to post or email it to the official web page of Ethereum or Twitter. Someone has set a trap. There must be a program checking constantly the Ethereum balance of the account and sending this amount to a second address. send this post to the scam section of the forum, without the private key.

got it. I will change my post
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March 30, 2018, 06:57:30 PM
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Yes, I read news about vulnerabilities in smart contracts. As it turned out 10% all have key tampering vulnerability, this horror. Hope they solve this problem.
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March 30, 2018, 07:28:02 PM
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I have come across something of this nature too, not once, not twice. I as a matter of fact, i fell victim of one and afterwards, i became wise about it. At a point, i kept on wondering how possible that could be, connecting a different wallet to a smart contract wallet and that different wallet was the one receiving the Ethereum. Scammers are devising so matter new means scamming people. That is more reason i do not donate again, when it comes to receiving something that should be free in the first place.
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April 06, 2018, 08:28:16 AM
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You should be deleting the private key immediately if you were very kind. That account  belongs to the token didtributor perhaps. I guess he was really tired of distributing so he pasted the private key unintentionally  to Tellegram. ☺☺☺

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May 31, 2018, 03:18:47 AM
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Interesting, there was something similar going on with a wallet with minereum in it.

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May 31, 2018, 08:18:02 AM
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thanks for your info sir, i hear my friend got phising by that address, but fortunately his wallet was empty, so scare many cheater watch over us.

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May 31, 2018, 08:22:26 AM
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Yes it is a trap and a very clever trap. What is especially important is that people themselves climb into it, because they want easy money. Easy money is always a trap.

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May 31, 2018, 12:42:35 PM
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"Free advice is seldom cheap".
How clever. It's even hard to call fraud. I wouldn't call it something that is not legal. It's like retribution for dishonest people, as a test of decency, I don't know.
I'm a dirty person. And I'm telling you honestly if I got into this situation, I would certainly try to steal this money. And if my Ether disappeared I wouldn't even feel deceived. After all, in the first place, I wanted to steal it.
It is very cool. Thank you for writing about this.
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May 31, 2018, 12:46:24 PM
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Interesting, there was something similar going on with a wallet with minereum in it.
It looks like the scammer that has created such a trap is including on the programmers. I meant basically any ethereum that has sent to that address will be automaticalle send to the another scammer's address and i can say that the scammer has putting the more code.

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