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November 08, 2013, 08:01:35 PM
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Contact support@inputs.io and you can claim a (partial) refund.

partial?

Everyone who has lost money will be fully reimbursed.

this didn't sound very partial to me  Smiley

That was before when only the people that had the api enabled got hacked, now the whole website got hacked and he lost all the coins...

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November 08, 2013, 09:21:23 PM
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yeah, the situation is pretty bad, from the looks of it. here is an article (quoted below) that compiles a lot of the information from TF and news stories. sorry this happened, all.

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Multiple scam accusation threads have popped up on the forum, accusing TradeFortress of orchestrating the alleged hack, and stealing the bitcoins his user base had on deposit.

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Many in the bitcoin community have complained that TradeFortress’s explanations regarding how the attack was carried out—or lack thereof—have been insufficient. They have also questioned the security decision to maintain the entirety of bitcoins held by inputs.io in a “hot wallet” connected to the internet on a virtual server. On the latter point, users have pointed out that such decisions could make for an easy scapegoat for an alleged hack, as these vulnerabilities are what led to the theft of about 43,000 bitcoins from Bitcoinica in 2012.
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November 26, 2013, 03:51:25 PM
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I see a good amount of BTC transferred out of my inputs account as well from, 15Ctwosw7VCNHp5Rp1ZoviLaV41nZ59spx.

Oh well, lol. Good thing I wasn't storing too much there.

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November 26, 2013, 05:22:16 PM
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I feel bad for the guy, he took WELL over a million dollar loss

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November 26, 2013, 05:33:55 PM
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I know running the QT client is a big hassle. The constant downloading, the file size, etc. But unless you are running a full client you are trusting someone. The bitcoin economy is still fetal and does not have trustworthy entities yet. While the owner of a business may be trustworthy, he/she is not in a position to offer you a guarantee.  If a theft or a mistake looses the businesses coins, you are screwed.
Try keeping all your coins under your direct control. Use a full client that maintains your private keys and back it up. No one cares more about your BTC than you do.

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November 26, 2013, 05:39:10 PM
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However inputs.io's advantage was zero-fee instant transactions between users and services.

TANSTAAFL

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November 26, 2013, 05:47:59 PM
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However inputs.io's advantage was zero-fee instant transactions between users and services.

TANSTAAFL
It had a business model, fees when sending to the network.

No doubt it lacked a trustful and/or competent operator, but it could have worked.


Yup, next time it will be different  Cheesy

No, if it was legit company with physical assets bigger than stored BTC value, it could work
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November 26, 2013, 05:49:39 PM
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Light clients like Electrum still give you full and exclusive control of your private key. So there really is no excuse.
Yes. and I think there are others. I used qt as an example because I knew that one for sure. The important thing is who has control of the private keys. It's crazy how many people set up a wallet at some random website then let their bitcoin grow to $10k. That kind of money should be backed up and kept offline in a safe deposit box.

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November 26, 2013, 06:03:31 PM
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Well ,a t least we know that there was a genuine hack happening on inputs.info.
Before the other "hack".

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November 26, 2013, 06:05:45 PM
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Well ,a t least we know that there was a genuine hack happening on inputs.info.
Before the other "hack".
What do you mean? There were multiple hacks?
Why didn't TF respond on the first hack then?
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November 26, 2013, 06:08:10 PM
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Well ,a t least we know that there was a genuine hack happening on inputs.info.
Before the other "hack".
What do you mean? There were multiple hacks?
Why didn't TF respond on the first hack then?

Maybe with the first user reporting a hack , or a phishing scam he got the idea of the final "hack".
And i do believe that it wasn't a real hack , just him running away.

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November 26, 2013, 06:09:53 PM
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Well ,a t least we know that there was a genuine hack happening on inputs.info.
Before the other "hack".
What do you mean? There were multiple hacks?
Why didn't TF respond on the first hack then?

Maybe with the first user reporting a hack , or a phishing scam he got the idea of the final "hack".
And i do believe that it wasn't a real hack , just him running away.
He's got a class action lawsuit waiting for him; he won't run far Wink
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November 26, 2013, 06:11:12 PM
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Well ,a t least we know that there was a genuine hack happening on inputs.info.
Before the other "hack".
What do you mean? There were multiple hacks?
Why didn't TF respond on the first hack then?

Maybe with the first user reporting a hack , or a phishing scam he got the idea of the final "hack".
And i do believe that it wasn't a real hack , just him running away.
He's got a class action lawsuit waiting for him; he won't run far Wink

HE , SHE , IT???
the only thing that is certain right now is that "he" can afford some very good lawyers.

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November 26, 2013, 06:13:30 PM
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Well ,a t least we know that there was a genuine hack happening on inputs.info.
Before the other "hack".
What do you mean? There were multiple hacks?
Why didn't TF respond on the first hack then?

Maybe with the first user reporting a hack , or a phishing scam he got the idea of the final "hack".
And i do believe that it wasn't a real hack , just him running away.
He's got a class action lawsuit waiting for him; he won't run far Wink

HE , SHE , IT???
the only thing that is certain right now is that "he" can afford some very good lawyers.
There's a thread with his dox; i'm not sure if it has been confirmed to be real though...
i think the dox was acquired via a hosting provider.
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November 26, 2013, 07:29:16 PM
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Locked the topic.
Its just reminds me of my BTC loss.  Undecided
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