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March 31, 2018, 04:02:37 AM
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There is a very big new threat following cryptocurrency, it was first noticed by a client who lost over $2,600,300 in bitcoin  about a month ago without giving out information, when she was contacted, we did little research discovering an you known program that automatically sends out ur bitcoin funds to the scammer's address without your notice through a simple chat. We have been trying to know the exact. Many scammers have been acquiring the software and reaping masses of their hard earned funds. We discovered a vendor with a skype name (crypoblackhat) posing as a real seller on bitify.com wereas only people who know about the software go on buying from the vendor. The real problem is that no antivirus can detect or stop the software person. It doesn't depict a malware but its more malicious than a malware. Be mindful of people who chat you or thing you receive from people, it can catch you up very easily.  More researches are still going on to discover the software and more about it. I write this to update you on the latest happenings and to advice people to stop buying the software and desist from exploitation. Exchange companies and other cryptocurrencies are not executed.
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March 31, 2018, 04:09:52 AM
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A program that automatically sends out your bitcoin to the scammer's address? If this is true, sounds like a very targeted hack. I really doubt that's simply going in to a "chat" is what caused it though. Do you have any source?

Also, the client has over $2.6m worth of bitcoin; on a hot wallet?  Come on now.

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A program that automatically sends out your bitcoin to the scammer's address? If this is true, sounds like a very targeted hack. I really doubt that's simply going in to a "chat" is what caused it though. Do you have any source?

Also, the client has over $2.6m worth of bitcoin; on a hot wallet?  Come on now.

Some persons were lately attacked by same hack, the software is being sold by one hacker, from our findings cryptoblackhat as the skype username. Be careful because it's going viral.
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