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April 03, 2018, 10:28:36 AM
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Yesterday I saw that scammers place keys from wallets in the tables of bounty members. Some participants go into this wallet and see that there are tokens but there is no ETH and they transfer a couple of bucks to this purse to get tokens/ But this purse is configured so that when there enter eth then they are automatically transferred to other addresses.
It's very interesting and fun to watch Grin Cheesy
1993e34e5e8b2ac42b40a55218bb2be15bef3009c33b4ddac9d84352f3bcb8// I do not specify the last digits so that people do not begin to translate there eth. Perhaps they will begin to check  Wink
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https://etherscan.io/address/0x97d312c5bd52f5bdcf4311ba36aac30784906294 Perhaps it will be interesting to see a new kind of fraud

But they take Eth from those who want to steal other people's tokens. But I do not know how they managed to set up a purse so that it automatically sends eth


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April 03, 2018, 11:45:56 AM
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But I do not know how they managed to set up a purse so that it automatically sends eth
A simple script receiving PUSH notifications from one of the public APIs... that waits for notification and immediately broadcasts a message transferring the coins out. It's also possible to do if running your own full node and some scripting "magic" Wink

I believe the user "amaclin" did something similar a while back with BTC and CounterParty tokens. From memory he published the private keys of an empty BTC address with a number of XCP tokens attached to it... I remember looking at it and thinking "Devious!"...

However, I can't seem to find the thread/post now

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April 03, 2018, 04:25:40 PM
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A smart contract powers and transaction, you can use remix solidity for this trick, have yourself as delegate and then for every incoming txn you will make a equivalent output transaction( slightly less) before making the earlier txn confirming.
This code tweak is not a big deal any one with internet and browser can make it.

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April 03, 2018, 10:06:20 PM
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That is interesting, but I am not sure it is really consider "scamming". It is their address after all, they can put the private keys anywhere they want, and also have it programmed to remove any eth, as it belongs to them, and technically anything sent to it also belong to them.  Maybe a "reverse scam" would be more accurate. I am really not sure as I have not encountered something of the sort before.

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April 04, 2018, 01:10:16 PM
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This is is kinda cool cause it's actually pretty much impossible to get the tokens out. It looks like ICX automatically locks addresses that didn't register with them, so you can't actually transfer these tokens. People will try though hahah.
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April 05, 2018, 10:36:37 PM
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Yesterday I saw that scammers place keys from wallets in the tables of bounty members. Some participants go into this wallet and see that there are tokens but there is no ETH and they transfer a couple of bucks to this purse to get tokens/ But this purse is configured so that when there enter eth then they are automatically transferred to other addresses.
It's very interesting and fun to watch Grin Cheesy
1993e34e5e8b2ac42b40a55218bb2be15bef3009c33b4ddac9d84352f3bcb8// I do not specify the last digits so that people do not begin to translate there eth. Perhaps they will begin to check  Wink
0x97D312c5BD52F5Bdcf4311Ba36aAc30784906294


https://etherscan.io/address/0x97d312c5bd52f5bdcf4311ba36aac30784906294 Perhaps it will be interesting to see a new kind of fraud

But they take Eth from those who want to steal other people's tokens. But I do not know how they managed to set up a purse so that it automatically sends eth



that private key, 1993e34e5e8b2ac42b40a55218bb2be15bef3009c33b4ddac9d84352f3bcb8 , doesnt even match that account.  it matches 0xEEDCa0450D9680B0c261Dd92bf44A4a6312F8C3e
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April 06, 2018, 11:53:21 PM
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Yesterday I saw that scammers place keys from wallets in the tables of bounty members. Some participants go into this wallet and see that there are tokens but there is no ETH and they transfer a couple of bucks to this purse to get tokens/ But this purse is configured so that when there enter eth then they are automatically transferred to other addresses.
It's very interesting and fun to watch Grin Cheesy
1993e34e5e8b2ac42b40a55218bb2be15bef3009c33b4ddac9d84352f3bcb8// I do not specify the last digits so that people do not begin to translate there eth. Perhaps they will begin to check  Wink
0x97D312c5BD52F5Bdcf4311Ba36aAc30784906294


https://etherscan.io/address/0x97d312c5bd52f5bdcf4311ba36aac30784906294 Perhaps it will be interesting to see a new kind of fraud

But they take Eth from those who want to steal other people's tokens. But I do not know how they managed to set up a purse so that it automatically sends eth



that private key, 1993e34e5e8b2ac42b40a55218bb2be15bef3009c33b4ddac9d84352f3bcb8 , doesnt even match that account.  it matches 0xEEDCa0450D9680B0c261Dd92bf44A4a6312F8C3e

 Huh Huh Huh  You say something stupid. You yourself see that the last two digits I deleted. There are no 64 digits. I do not understand how you came to this conclusion Wink Grin

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April 22, 2018, 10:11:42 AM
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No one in their right mind is going to make something like exposing private keys. Nevertheless thanks for the heads up, bro
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April 22, 2018, 10:25:52 AM
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No one in their right mind is going to make something like exposing private keys. Nevertheless thanks for the heads up, bro

You should read more about Ethereum smart contracts.
They do expose the private keys and they do it on purpose, as a bait. The ones wanting to steal from these guys will actually actually lose some money.

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