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November 17, 2013, 06:41:20 PM
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Just a warning.

I believe the windows version contains some sort of Bitcoin stealing code in it.

I had 1.8XXX in my BTC wallet.

I had open both the Bitcoin wallet and the Datacoin wallet.

I attempted to transfer 1 BTC to BTER.  Currently, it is showing as an unconfirmed transaction - should have many confirms.

When I went to Blockchain.info I the transfer has 2 transactions.

1.  1 BTC to my BTER deposit address.
2.  .8XXX to another address.  This amount matched the remaining balance in my wallet.

Can someone confirm this?

YIKES  --- any truth in this??

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November 17, 2013, 06:43:32 PM
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That's what happened.  Not sure if it only happens when both wallets are open or the BTC wallet is infected.  I could also be totally wrong.  Though, blockchain.info is showing that I sent out two transactions 1 BTC to one address and .8XXX to another address.
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November 17, 2013, 06:48:58 PM
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That's what happened.  Not sure if it only happens when both wallets are open or the BTC wallet is infected.  I could also be totally wrong.  Though, blockchain.info is showing that I sent out two transactions 1 BTC to one address and .8XXX to another address.

1. make sure that BTC are really transferred from your wallet, check if this .8XXX amount really disappears from your wallet (maybe with proofs?..)
2. if 1st suggestion is confirmed, you need to check this on clean virtual machine with only Datacoin and Bitcoin installed, because your computer can be infected with some stealing software, not related to Datacoin.

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November 17, 2013, 06:49:32 PM
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That's what happened.  Not sure if it only happens when both wallets are open or the BTC wallet is infected.  I could also be totally wrong.  Though, blockchain.info is showing that I sent out two transactions 1 BTC to one address and .8XXX to another address.

Yeah, i believe what you are seeing on the blockchain, i am just asking for someone who knows about malware to scan the windows version of datacoin because it could be something else on your pc causing it. However if it is datacoin i don't want it stealing my quarks next.  

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November 17, 2013, 06:56:05 PM
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I run a VM for all my coins.  The only ones on my actual computer are primecoin, protoshares, datacoin, and bitcoin.  I transferred coins before I downloaded and used datacoin.

No, the .8XXX is still in my wallet.  The 1 BTC is the only coins which are gone from my wallet.

Maybe I'm wrong... I hope that I am.  But I don't post on bitcointalk unless it's important.  I hoping that if there is a bitcoin stealer there, it was written poorly and I'll get the 1 BTC back.

If someone can confirm this, it would be great.  I've run the wallet through a virus program and it has come up clean.
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November 17, 2013, 06:57:00 PM
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That's what happened.  Not sure if it only happens when both wallets are open or the BTC wallet is infected.  I could also be totally wrong.  Though, blockchain.info is showing that I sent out two transactions 1 BTC to one address and .8XXX to another address.

If you are running an untrusted exe file on your computer along your BTC wallet, you are an asshole.
Besides this, most likely the problem is between your chair and your keyboard.
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November 17, 2013, 07:01:24 PM
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That's what happened.  Not sure if it only happens when both wallets are open or the BTC wallet is infected.  I could also be totally wrong.  Though, blockchain.info is showing that I sent out two transactions 1 BTC to one address and .8XXX to another address.

If you are running an untrusted exe file on your computer along your BTC wallet, you are an asshole.
Besides this, most likely the problem is between your chair and your keyboard.

Nice response, now I remember why I don't post on here anymore.  Actually my main BTC wallet isn't on this computer.  So, my major coins aren't touched.  I keep this wallet as 'small change'.  I'm not stressing if it's a loss.  But, if there is a wallet stealer then I want people to know about it.
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November 17, 2013, 07:06:51 PM
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That's what happened.  Not sure if it only happens when both wallets are open or the BTC wallet is infected.  I could also be totally wrong.  Though, blockchain.info is showing that I sent out two transactions 1 BTC to one address and .8XXX to another address.

If you are running an untrusted exe file on your computer along your BTC wallet, you are an asshole.
Besides this, most likely the problem is between your chair and your keyboard.

Nice response, now I remember why I don't post on here anymore.  Actually my main BTC wallet isn't on this computer.  So, my major coins aren't touched.  I keep this wallet as 'small change'.  I'm not stressing if it's a loss.  But, if there is a wallet stealer then I want people to know about it.

thanks, I think people are warned now. But there is still no proof for that. And, frankly speaking, I don't think that such good idea of coin was developed only to steal few coins (I think that nobody runs unconfirmed exe on machint with major amount of their coins)

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November 17, 2013, 07:07:23 PM
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That's what happened.  Not sure if it only happens when both wallets are open or the BTC wallet is infected.  I could also be totally wrong.  Though, blockchain.info is showing that I sent out two transactions 1 BTC to one address and .8XXX to another address.

If you are running an untrusted exe file on your computer along your BTC wallet, you are an asshole.
Besides this, most likely the problem is between your chair and your keyboard.

Nice response, now I remember why I don't post on here anymore.  Actually my main BTC wallet isn't on this computer.  So, my major coins aren't touched.  I keep this wallet as 'small change'.  I'm not stressing if it's a loss.  But, if there is a wallet stealer then I want people to know about it.

Yikes 1BTC small change. Damn, well anyway if you have been around long enough to accumulate this kind of crypto wealth i'm guessing you must know enough to see when something is fishy, so i'm still hoping someone can say Yes or No about this. For now i guess i don't have much to worry about since no BTC but hopefully does not attack other wallets.

Where are the smart people to take a look for us and see what's happening with this?

Was your  BTC wallet encrypted or not?

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November 17, 2013, 07:10:37 PM
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That's what happened.  Not sure if it only happens when both wallets are open or the BTC wallet is infected.  I could also be totally wrong.  Though, blockchain.info is showing that I sent out two transactions 1 BTC to one address and .8XXX to another address.

If you are running an untrusted exe file on your computer along your BTC wallet, you are an asshole.
Besides this, most likely the problem is between your chair and your keyboard.

Nice response, now I remember why I don't post on here anymore.  Actually my main BTC wallet isn't on this computer.  So, my major coins aren't touched.  I keep this wallet as 'small change'.  I'm not stressing if it's a loss.  But, if there is a wallet stealer then I want people to know about it.

Yikes 1BTC small change. Damn, well anyway if you have been around long enough to accumulate this kind of crypto wealth i'm guessing you must know enough to see when something is fishy, so i'm still hoping someone can say Yes or No about this. For now i guess i don't have much to worry about since no BTC but hopefully does not attack other wallets.

Where are the smart people to take a look for us and see what's happening with this?

Was your  BTC wallet encrypted or not?

Yea, wallet was encrypted. 

@maxsolnc I hope I'm totally wrong.  I like to keep my BTC.
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November 17, 2013, 07:12:12 PM
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... so i'm still hoping someone can say Yes or No about this. For now i guess i don't have much to worry about since no BTC but hopefully does not attack other wallets.

Where are the smart people to take a look for us and see what's happening with this?


AFAIK I see not a single evidence for such claims, so let's all pretend he is trolling.
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November 17, 2013, 07:13:11 PM
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is there a windows zip folder for this?
I would like to give it ago Smiley

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November 17, 2013, 07:14:28 PM
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is there a windows zip folder for this?
I would like to give it ago Smiley

The link is in the OP.

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November 17, 2013, 07:19:18 PM
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Oops.

My bad.
Seems this is only CPU mining for now?

also do anyone have some active nodes?

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Oops.

My bad.
Seems this is only CPU mining for now?

also do anyone have some active nodes?

Yeah, i think just cpu for now. I didn't add any nodes and i am getting the odd block now and then. I think on page 2 or 3 someone posted some nodes to add though.  Looks like a nice coin and great idea. As above said best not to install on pc with other wallets if they have a large value. However that goes for all coins and new wallets i guess.

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November 17, 2013, 07:37:53 PM
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so many blocks within a matter of hours? whoa?

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November 17, 2013, 07:46:54 PM
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so many blocks within a matter of hours? whoa?

Yeah 5k blocks already?  own up who's taking them all?  can't remember xpm  blocks going this fast?


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November 17, 2013, 07:54:55 PM
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i got a block and the reward was 16.99..
marures in like 3k + blocks LOL
so yeah i guess blocks are smaller.. like real small

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November 17, 2013, 08:00:08 PM
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i got a block and the reward was 16.99..
marures in like 3k + blocks LOL
so yeah i guess blocks are smaller.. like real small

well they only started at 20 i think.  what hardware do you have?

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November 17, 2013, 08:09:08 PM
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the one that got it was a i5 3570.
Intel CPU often seem to have an edge on CPU mining Wink

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