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February 02, 2014, 10:37:43 PM
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Windows 7 and  Microsoft Security Essentials

I installed these wallets in january

leafcoin-qt-irc-fix.rar
COL-1.5.1-release.rar
USDe.zip
electric-qt.zip
fairquark-8.3.2.zip
DigiByte-Win-1.0.zip
SocialCoin-QT.zip
Pennies-v0.10.2.0-abe.zip
fckbankscoin-qt-v1.0.win.zip
NyanCoin.zip
giftcoin.zip
Sexcoin-0.6.4.1-win32-RC1.zip

Thx, the 1st one leafcoin-qt-irc-fix.rar sounds a bit suspicious also can't find it in the official leaf thread in the 1st post.

It sucks, could happen to anyone all it takes is one mistake.

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February 02, 2014, 10:46:46 PM
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I noticed you had the CENT (pennies) wallet installed. The post linked to below claims that an old version of the CENT wallet had a virus in and it gives a link to a virus scan of the infected wallet.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=42465.msg4894361#msg4894361

The virus scan results provide an MD5 of the wallet file. Perhaps you could check if your wallet file and the infected one have identical MD5's.
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February 02, 2014, 11:49:11 PM
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You need more than a passphase to secure your coins. Get Keylogger and scan your computer for Maliware

can you do that with avg or do you recommend another program.

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February 02, 2014, 11:59:38 PM
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That sucks, you should backup everything and re-install your OS to be sure.
Do you have any anti-virus software running, which OS?
Did you install any alt coin wallets or other software in the past few weeks?



I already backed up.
But now what can I do ? I means I have an information about transfer.

***********************************************************
Status: 10 teyit
Date: 02.02.2014 22:26
To: 2UYmXT5gAvzeZtLXWCCGZGtCg4FAxB78cZ
Debit: -137.74320926 MOON
To: 2WgGCz6ayShxU1UT4ZtveBs1cmZA7eU7N3
Debit: -100000000.00 MOON
Net amount: -100000137.74320926 MOON
Transaction ID: 1080d45b71fe94dab4b0b0bbf30fe3ba9a0e5293449f21998ee1a61b3c71960d
************************************************************

I wonder that can moon coin DEVs  find my moon coins with transaction id and give me back Huh
there is something to do NOW Huh


Hahahaha, are you new at this?  Who's going to give you back your coins, it's irreversible. Welcome to the dark side of Crypto currency

You are a prick! Head back over to WDC land, the ghost thread and forum you haunt lol
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February 03, 2014, 12:10:10 AM
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Bummer man. I know the feeling. I had a similar jack move done on me. Nothing you can do but lock down your system and use passphrases on your wallets. I recommend kaspersky AV and malwarebytes. Sorry for your loss. 100Mil is a lot to lose. when you have that much you want to think about splitting the amount into several wallets and keep them stored on a usb drive and import them when you want to sell/trade. food for thought Cheesy

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February 03, 2014, 12:54:23 AM
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Call the moon police.
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February 03, 2014, 01:54:23 AM
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I use Syperspyware and Malwarebytes (free edition) Microsoft free antivirus to clean my pc, also I encrypt the wallet with along password, bro I would scan the machine and make a backup of the wallet.
Remember even if you encrypted the wallet and previously Malware or virus stole the key's they still see ur coins can do the transfer..I would transfer all the coins to a newly encrypted wallet.

That's my suggestion.

Good luck!
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February 03, 2014, 03:15:29 AM
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Get Keylogger and scan your computer for Maliware

I scanned my computer, but it only turned up some Burkina-Fasoware. I think I got that when I tried to update my BonziBuddy back in '04.

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February 03, 2014, 03:20:03 AM
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You are too stupid to exist in this environment....go away please.
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February 03, 2014, 05:04:03 AM
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ALWAYS CHECK WALLETS U DOWNLOAD WITH

www.virustotal.com

and dont just scan the .zip/.rar file, scan the fills inside as well and the wallet qt!

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February 03, 2014, 06:00:44 AM
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You are too stupid to exist in this environment....go away please.

people like you should go fuck yourself!

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February 03, 2014, 06:21:06 AM
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February 03, 2014, 06:43:47 AM
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Really sorry to hear your Moon were stolen.  I would still report it to the police; 100KK!! Worth around 24 BTC?? That is like £12500 isn't it?  They have a value regardless of whether they are regulated or not so I would still speak to the police? https://lastpass.com/ +1 security.

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February 03, 2014, 07:15:04 AM
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Call the moon police.
lol.

The fact is, if you don't secure your wallets, you're screwed. At this point, there's absolutely nothing you can do if you get your coins stolen. Maybe a year or two from now when cryptocurrencies are a trillion dollar industry there will be ways of persecuting hackers and scammers, but right now you'd be better off just trying to work your way back up instead of wasting time looking for coins you'll never get back.
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February 03, 2014, 08:16:31 AM
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You are too stupid to exist in this environment....go away please.

Just ignore this sad piece of shit, if you look at his other posts he just moans and trolls, people like him don't contribute anything, check his profile, he's got a referral link to Cryptsy, pmsl.
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February 03, 2014, 09:02:37 AM
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who would want to take the time or effort to actually steal moon coins. I mean there are probably only 20 people on the planet who give a single shit about them. it must be someone you know.

Hi forum: 1DDpiEt36VTJsiJunyBc3XtG6CcSAnsQ4p
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February 03, 2014, 10:09:55 AM
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STOLEN 100M  MOON FROM MY WALLET !!!

JUST SYNCHRONIZED MY WALLET, NOTHING ELSE Sad

any idea ? what can I do ?

Help please ...



***********************************************************
Status: 10 teyit
Date: 02.02.2014 22:26
To: 2UYmXT5gAvzeZtLXWCCGZGtCg4FAxB78cZ
Debit: -137.74320926 MOON
To: 2WgGCz6ayShxU1UT4ZtveBs1cmZA7eU7N3
Debit: -100000000.00 MOON
Net amount: -100000137.74320926 MOON
Transaction ID: 1080d45b71fe94dab4b0b0bbf30fe3ba9a0e5293449f21998ee1a61b3c71960d
************************************************************

I can not reach to Devs of mooncoin.
I want to believe they can help me to get back my 100m.

is not it enough to track and find coins ?
so maybe they can bloke to these coins. Because these coins are stolen coins !!!


http://moonchain.info/tx/1080d45b71fe94dab4b0b0bbf30fe3ba9a0e5293449f21998ee1a61b3c71960d

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February 03, 2014, 10:27:19 AM
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We at /r/dogecoin want to help you, please come over, we made a thread for you. We want to help you Cheesy
http://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/comments/1wvto0/feel_sad_about_this_nonshibe_100m_mooncoins/

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February 03, 2014, 10:31:57 AM
Last edit: February 07, 2014, 04:28:15 PM by Amph
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check everything you installed with malwarebyte before opening it

also use avira and hitman pro
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February 03, 2014, 10:33:16 AM
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You probabily can't do anthing now.

I read about such cases. Seems it's most often happens with Moon.

I wonder did you have any other wallet running next to this one at that time?

I always check that there is no other wallet is running when I open one.
Also I check that there is no strange unknown process running in the taskbar.

And yes I use paspharses...not for every wallet but for those that have some value in it.
So far I had luck and lost nothing. But my "values" are a joke compared to what others hold
maybe thats the best protection..there is nothing of value to get from me.



yes another moon coin on the loose

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