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December 26, 2013, 04:42:44 PM
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Could anyone assist with this, and confirm that these coins have been stolen and its not just an error.

My first nxt account was 3707681341019918063 with a stupid password that was too easy. I then moved the coins to an account with more of a random pass, they now appear to have gone, there were 40k coins, and I then payed 1 coin to transact, so there should have been 39999 coins left.

I bought this coins off bitme and I generated the address @ http://88.198.210.245:7875/

Any help would be great.

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December 26, 2013, 04:51:38 PM
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From 3707681341019918063 you transferred your coins to 3118646713320715950 which is now empty.

Everything has been transferred to DGEX address 6635869272840226493 and there is no way to know where your coins are.
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December 26, 2013, 04:52:41 PM
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Thats what I thought, thanks for confirming.... sort of  Cry
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December 26, 2013, 04:53:18 PM
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Could you give us more detail ? How did it happen ?
What did you do ?
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December 26, 2013, 04:58:35 PM
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Initially I had the worst possible password, a typical keyboard layout pass, I was just busy and not thinking, so I sent the coins to another address with a slightly better pass, but now I realise how weak it was, the pass was QWERTYUIOPasdfghjklZXCVBNM

So I guess a brute force was no issue, I really was just so busy I just didnt think, every other pass I have is way stronger and more random, what an idiot!

Anyway in the meantime I did try to access http://88.198.210.245:7875/ to create a new account and improve securtity but couldnt, I also downloaded a wallet to try there but just couldnt get it to work, so inbetween a stupid pass and non working services someone took advantage to the amount of ~$3.5k at todays valuation.

Im so angry I cant even enjoy a beer today now Sad
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December 26, 2013, 05:05:22 PM
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Sorry to hear about this. Did you buy them or mine them?

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December 26, 2013, 05:08:32 PM
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Initially I had the worst possible password, a typical keyboard layout pass, I was just busy and not thinking, so I sent the coins to another address with a slightly better pass, but now I realise how weak it was, the pass was QWERTYUIOPasdfghjklZXCVBNM
So I guess a brute force was no issue, I really was just so busy I just didnt think, every other pass I have is way stronger and more random, what an idiot!
Anyway in the meantime I did try to access http://88.198.210.245:7875/ to create a new account and improve securtity but couldnt, I also downloaded a wallet to try there but just couldnt get it to work, so inbetween a stupid pass and non working services someone took advantage to the amount of ~$3.5k at todays valuation.
Im so angry I cant even enjoy a beer today now Sad

Wait, the password was long enough. I don't think it was a brute force attack.
You must be infected by a keylogger.

Scan your whole computer with different virus scanners.
Read some security guides.

Be sure to remove the threat before creating a new wallet.
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December 26, 2013, 05:12:13 PM
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 Looks like a 'typeforce' attack... Don't use simple passwords if they are long enough...
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December 26, 2013, 05:12:53 PM
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Doing that now, the only active plugin im using is cryptocat - I cant see them being unethical... will update after a scan, thanks
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December 26, 2013, 05:16:40 PM
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Sorry to hear about this. Did you buy them or mine them?

Purchased for .04btc
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December 26, 2013, 05:17:54 PM
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Looks like your 40k has found its way into 6635869272840226493 - which seems to have a balance of 26,162,029 NXT

Did a little forum search and found it belonged to the Bitcointalk forum user ArthurF Proof: https://109.201.133.195/index.php?topic=347927.msg4131651#msg4131651

Could be wrong, just what I found..
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December 26, 2013, 05:19:41 PM
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I love the research that open ledger systems permit!

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December 26, 2013, 05:19:48 PM
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Did you use  http://passwordsgenerator.net/ ?

This is an example of a good password: xpe_b%X..ex@e?<h"^wKB;Vmrh[J:2qRZUG;YNXf!5AT55k}Qvumzg8;E". I use something like this on all my coin-accounts

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December 26, 2013, 05:21:51 PM
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Looks like your 40k has found its way into 6635869272840226493 - which seems to have a balance of 26,162,029 NXT

Did a little forum search and found it belonged to the Bitcointalk forum user ArthurF Proof: https://109.201.133.195/index.php?topic=347927.msg4131651#msg4131651

Could be wrong, just what I found..

That dgex, theres a lot of users on here using that address, especially for free giveaways - see this :



I hastly and wrongly went and accused one of those users of stealing and have since apologised, he did say that address was his though with only a tiny amount of nxt in it, so I think thats wrong, they cant both/all use the same address...
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December 26, 2013, 05:25:58 PM
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Looks like your 40k has found its way into 6635869272840226493 - which seems to have a balance of 26,162,029 NXT

Did a little forum search and found it belonged to the Bitcointalk forum user ArthurF Proof: https://109.201.133.195/index.php?topic=347927.msg4131651#msg4131651

Could be wrong, just what I found..

That dgex, theres a lot of users on here using that address, especially for free giveaways - see this :



I hastly and wrongly went and accused one of those users of stealing and have since apologised, he did say that address was his though with only a tiny amount of nxt in it, so I think thats wrong, they cant both/all use the same address...

Apologies! It landed on 15786242211571419496 before being transferred to 6635869272840226493
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December 26, 2013, 05:26:09 PM
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Initially I had the worst possible password, a typical keyboard layout pass, I was just busy and not thinking, so I sent the coins to another address with a slightly better pass, but now I realise how weak it was, the pass was QWERTYUIOPasdfghjklZXCVBNM
So I guess a brute force was no issue, I really was just so busy I just didnt think, every other pass I have is way stronger and more random, what an idiot!
Anyway in the meantime I did try to access http://88.198.210.245:7875/ to create a new account and improve securtity but couldnt, I also downloaded a wallet to try there but just couldnt get it to work, so inbetween a stupid pass and non working services someone took advantage to the amount of ~$3.5k at todays valuation.
Im so angry I cant even enjoy a beer today now Sad

Wait, the password was long enough. I don't think it was a brute force attack.

Long enough?
It was the keyboard layout...
That is one of the first bruteforce attacks.

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December 26, 2013, 05:27:34 PM
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I hastly and wrongly went and accused one of those users of stealing and have since apologised, he did say that address was his though with only a tiny amount of nxt in it, so I think thats wrong, they cant both/all use the same address...
That could be one man with multiple accounts.
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December 26, 2013, 05:28:19 PM
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I hastly and wrongly went and accused one of those users of stealing and have since apologised, he did say that address was his though with only a tiny amount of nxt in it, so I think thats wrong, they cant both/all use the same address...
That could be one man with multiple accounts.

Yes but its dgex, so I cant see why they would be getting freebies on here?
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December 26, 2013, 05:28:43 PM
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Initially I had the worst possible password, a typical keyboard layout pass, I was just busy and not thinking, so I sent the coins to another address with a slightly better pass, but now I realise how weak it was, the pass was QWERTYUIOPasdfghjklZXCVBNM
So I guess a brute force was no issue, I really was just so busy I just didnt think, every other pass I have is way stronger and more random, what an idiot!
Anyway in the meantime I did try to access http://88.198.210.245:7875/ to create a new account and improve securtity but couldnt, I also downloaded a wallet to try there but just couldnt get it to work, so inbetween a stupid pass and non working services someone took advantage to the amount of ~$3.5k at todays valuation.
Im so angry I cant even enjoy a beer today now Sad

Wait, the password was long enough. I don't think it was a brute force attack.

Long enough?
It was the keyboard layout...
That is one of the first bruteforce attacks.

I know, what a dickhead I am
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December 26, 2013, 05:37:58 PM
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I hastly and wrongly went and accused one of those users of stealing and have since apologised, he did say that address was his though with only a tiny amount of nxt in it, so I think thats wrong, they cant both/all use the same address...
That could be one man with multiple accounts.

Yes but its dgex, so I cant see why they would be getting freebies on here?
Because that accounts belong to dgex owner?
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