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November 28, 2013, 11:37:52 PM
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Try using a firewall like comodo. Set it to "Custom Policy". It will prompt you any unknown process that tries to connect to the net. Of course only allow process you know and trust.


Also try to use virtual machines  for new altcoins. you can just transfer them later. If the new coin has proven legit and reports of malware activities

If you do not want to use virtual machines you can use Sandboxie. Create one sandox for each coin. and launch the program using one sandbox. Just be sure you do not delete the sandboxes.
Thank you for your advices. I already have done all of that. Antivirus, anti-malware, anti-keylogger, VM with Ubuntu.

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November 28, 2013, 11:44:36 PM
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Be sure your pc is clean

For sandboxie. Be sure you have not yet execute the client in your PC. otherwise C:\Documents and Settings\User\Application Data\<Alt Coin>have already been created with the wallet.dat and if you use the default address in your transactions. Sandboxie will be useless.


If you already executed the client before you even used sandboxie. You have to manually transfer the C:\Documents and Settings\User\Application Data\<Alt Coin>. To the sandbox foler.



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November 29, 2013, 12:32:37 AM
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Sh..t his e-mail doesn't work: Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently.

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November 30, 2013, 03:14:27 AM
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Sh..t his e-mail doesn't work: Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently.
If you really have acurate information about him and plan to go to the police trough the embassy, I wouldn't reccomend trying to reach him before the authorities are on the case.
I'm far from an expert on this but it seems to me best not to get involved personally.
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November 30, 2013, 06:57:44 AM
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How is this news? A novice computer user downloads a trojan and loses all his coins. It's not the first time it's happened, and it's going to become a lot more frequent.

yup i seen this a couple weeks ago on another coin..

and you should never have gotten that far into trouble.. unless your a noob

im a bloody Nazi if anything coughs i lay hell fire on it.. and its always a false positive when i get worked up
i also had a PC repair business 8 yrs ago for a decade so i have been there and done that on endless machine i could never count.
i don't use AV software.. I AM antivirus software lol

watch out for miners too i catch and expose them on a regular basis..

and by the way Autoit is just an old automation program.. i tried it out in like 2004

use Linux is a dumb solution a and i only do when i wanna rape losers wifi lol
the answer is get better at using windows.. it's not hard to ..use proper judgement.
notice on that topic i flamed hell out of that guy ? rather, than downloading it like a dope head lol

If i was running AV software i would get a 1,000 hits and i have had my own shit flagged too many times before.
I'm a cracker and a coder and need the tools to do my job.. AV software is a crutch for nubs to provide a false sense of security.

get smarter.

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and by the way new guys *if you think your infected disable the internet asap
and for the love of god stop using any logins on anything anywhere !
this guy said he started logging into wallets one after another..
i bet if he stopped when the first one went bad he would have saved a lot of money.
so ya do that and get help..

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November 30, 2013, 06:40:25 PM
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and by the way new guys *if you think your infected disable the internet asap
and for the love of god stop using any logins on anything anywhere !
this guy said he started logging into wallets one after another..
i bet if he stopped when the first one went bad he would have saved a lot of money.
so ya do that and get help..

this.  you are best off with at least 2 or 3 pc's.


 and  do not do your mining on your business pc./wallet pc.  and your wallet pc should be only  for moving coins etc.

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November 30, 2013, 06:59:40 PM
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It is about $5880 considering this moment prices from http://coinmarketcap.com/
That's quite a lot now.


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November 30, 2013, 07:42:00 PM
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I WAS JUST THREATENED BY SOMEONE WHO GOT HACKED!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=353364.0;topicseen
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November 30, 2013, 08:55:27 PM
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How is this news? A novice computer user downloads a trojan and loses all his coins. It's not the first time it's happened, and it's going to become a lot more frequent.

Yes but it will be a huge limitation on future growth of Crypto.  Not everyone uses linux, most assume that when you have a strong password and an anti-virus system you are safe.
People losing very large amounts of money to theives needs to stop in the crypto world.  The people doing it are modern day bank robbers.

Right now, after everything I've been through, apart from anti-malware and anti-virus I highly suggest also anti-keylogger software.

Anti-malware software isn't going to save you. Not being dumb is the only thing that will save you. I don't bother using anti-keyloggers or other anti-malware software for this reason.

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To noobs - AV software is only going to protect you against OLD malware. The only thing it'll really provide is a false sense of security. If you think it's fishy, upload it to VirusTotal or something, AND run it inside an empty VM.

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November 30, 2013, 10:32:33 PM
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How is this news? A novice computer user downloads a trojan and loses all his coins. It's not the first time it's happened, and it's going to become a lot more frequent.

yup i seen this a couple weeks ago on another coin..

and you should never have gotten that far into trouble.. unless your a noob

im a bloody Nazi if anything coughs i lay hell fire on it.. and its always a false positive when i get worked up
i also had a PC repair business 8 yrs ago for a decade so i have been there and done that on endless machine i could never count.
i don't use AV software.. I AM antivirus software lol

watch out for miners too i catch and expose them on a regular basis..

and by the way Autoit is just an old automation program.. i tried it out in like 2004

use Linux is a dumb solution a and i only do when i wanna rape losers wifi lol
the answer is get better at using windows.. it's not hard to ..use proper judgement.
notice on that topic i flamed hell out of that guy ? rather, than downloading it like a dope head lol

If i was running AV software i would get a 1,000 hits and i have had my own shit flagged too many times before.
I'm a cracker and a coder and need the tools to do my job.. AV software is a crutch for nubs to provide a false sense of security.

get smarter.

edit:
and by the way new guys *if you think your infected disable the internet asap
and for the love of god stop using any logins on anything anywhere !
this guy said he started logging into wallets one after another..
i bet if he stopped when the first one went bad he would have saved a lot of money.
so ya do that and get help..


that is realy the most shit with anti virus software for us how need our special tools every day!
my olly plugins, ida, pe detectors and all that stuff makes my antivirus crying every second... but cant keep away real viruses! grrr!
mostly i also turn it off... if i set my special tools to permanent ignore list, on next start the antivir again alarm on same tools... this realy sucks.

also if heuristic scanner is bad from the antivir, a newly programmed virus targeting or walles cant be detected by antivirus aslong as the signatures are not included, and for that it takes a while and needs some infected systems already to get the antivir adding the new signs.


but i have a cheap idea for a linux wallet!
maybe i programm such thing when i have time for it.
i thinking of using a raspberry pi with lcd screen and just some buttons with internal wlan mini stick
powered from accu pack all in a small case.
this gives everyone a cheap linux standalone system with wallets controlled my lcd and buttons without
the need of a real computer.

such raspberry is about 30€ and possibilitys are endless with it.
it can made secure can always keep wallet db uptodate and if you need to send someone some btc,
just grap your little box and send instand...

i already have programmed sources by me for controlling lcd with buttons for a standalone miner.
it should not be to mutch work to make it working to controll different wallets with it.

cases for the raspi with integreated lcd and buttons i could 3d print.

if someone have more time as me aktually, i can give out my sources and shematics
to programm such thing...









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November 30, 2013, 10:51:49 PM
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I WAS JUST THREATENED BY SOMEONE WHO GOT HACKED!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=353364.0;topicseen
Man, I am really sorry for your loss and thanks for such a detailed post for others to take their precautions too.

However, this doesn't look good at all. Before threatening people, you should at least have tried to verify it's the right person.


     
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December 01, 2013, 12:46:34 AM
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I can finally post on this thread now that I'm not a NO0B anymore...

Pabloangello -- Sorry those bastards tricked you with "THE COIN" ... I had no idea they existed when I registered my domain.  I'm sure you went on a rampage after the attack, looking for any shred of evidence to catch this asshole and you got a bit carried away when you thought you had a suspect.  No hard feelings man, but please don't publish my private information on here or bother any of my relatives.
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December 03, 2013, 06:53:40 PM
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I can finally post on this thread now that I'm not a NO0B anymore...

Pabloangello -- Sorry those bastards tricked you with "THE COIN" ... I had no idea they existed when I registered my domain.  I'm sure you went on a rampage after the attack, looking for any shred of evidence to catch this asshole and you got a bit carried away when you thought you had a suspect.  No hard feelings man, but please don't publish my private information on here or bother any of my relatives.
I already told you that I will not publish your information anywhere like the forum exposure. It was a lot of suspicious coincidences with in time, coin, name of project. You don't have to be scared of anything if you are not author of that thread with virused coin.

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you found what may have been a virus on your computer? I can't see how you connect that up to your lost coins though?


Lost coins from multiple wallets too? I find it hard to believe that a virus did this.

More likely, it seems to me, is that someone got physical access to your computer and sent the coins to their own coin wallets..

(is this the case, where the coins were in the wallet up until the exact instant that the wallet synched? And in every case, is that what happened? Or were the coins gone prior to synching, so as soon as the wallet rezzed, the coins were already missing? I don't know why the wallets would need to synch first and then the coins suddenly dissappear or suddenly get sent?)

If that is the case of suddenly sending coins at the exact instant of synching, then it may be a virus?

I think scenerio was like that: It was a keylogger and it had to have also possibility to send wallets to the thief. He had passwords and logs from my keyboard so he opened wallets on his computer, sent coins to his addresses and then when I opened one of my wallets he also had and knew password for, then after sync, coins suddenly dissapeared couse information from blocks reached my wallet.

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sorry about your loss,  you did show me about ccleaner.exe. I download and test this on my machine.
Any other utilities you use to clean up your PC?
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sorry about your loss,  you did show me about ccleaner.exe. I download and test this on my machine.
Any other utilities you use to clean up your PC?
Format C. Change every passwords for every website/market/etc you use (good if you have another computer to do that). Create new wallets for every coins you have and transfer there your coins as soon as it's possible.

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you found what may have been a virus on your computer? I can't see how you connect that up to your lost coins though?


Lost coins from multiple wallets too? I find it hard to believe that a virus did this.

More likely, it seems to me, is that someone got physical access to your computer and sent the coins to their own coin wallets..

(is this the case, where the coins were in the wallet up until the exact instant that the wallet synched? And in every case, is that what happened? Or were the coins gone prior to synching, so as soon as the wallet rezzed, the coins were already missing? I don't know why the wallets would need to synch first and then the coins suddenly dissappear or suddenly get sent?)

If that is the case of suddenly sending coins at the exact instant of synching, then it may be a virus?

I think scenerio was like that: It was a keylogger and it had to have also possibility to send wallets to the thief. He had passwords and logs from my keyboard so he opened wallets on his computer, sent coins to his addresses and then when I opened one of my wallets he also had and knew password for, then after sync, coins suddenly dissapeared couse information from blocks reached my wallet.

Ok, so you 'THINK' the scenario was like that?

Are you uncertain what happened?

If the coins were in the wallet prior to the wallet synching, and then suddenly dissappeared at the exact instant of synching, then that is important info.

But if the coins were gone prior to synching, then there is more likelyhood of someone having taken/sent your coins by gaining physical access to your computer.

So, which one is it?

1- were the coins gone when the wallet first rezzed prior to synching(seems more likely to be someone gaining physical access to your computer this way)

2- the coins were in the wallet, but suddenly got sent(dissappeared) at the exact instant when the wallet synched(seems more likely to be a virus this way)

This is something I am wondering about in this case. I have learned in my life, that people I thought I trusted, at times might even stab me in the back or even 'betray'. Is it possible someone gained physical access and stole your coins off of you? someone you trust and know most likely.

Under every transaction we can see the exact date when it occurs. Dates where different from the moment wallet synced, like a several hours to 2 days before.

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