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July 11, 2018, 07:27:01 PM
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Well, at least now I have something more to rack my brains with than when I started the day. Thanks to all of you

Edit: turns out this guy, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=698349 has a quite similar name to the one posting the list on github. I've PM'd him to talk; let's see if this is a real lead.

On the meantime, bounty is still open

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July 11, 2018, 07:34:13 PM
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Well, First of all sorry for your loss.

Please, can you tell us more about how it gets hacked, Maybe someone asked the questions already like how they got hacked etc, but I cannot read all the comments? If you can just put all the questions and answers and required info to the OP would be great.

What was the amount you lost? 53 BTC?

If you lost your bitcoins why did you left the forum?

I hope you get it back, But I don't think it will be that easy I have not heard anyone getting the hacked bitcoins back.

Also, Can you tell us whether the bitcoins was stored online or offline?


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July 11, 2018, 07:39:59 PM
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Well, First of all sorry for your loss.

Please, can you tell us more about how it gets hacked, Maybe someone asked the questions already like how they got hacked etc, but I cannot read all the comments? If you can just put all the questions and answers and required info to the OP would be great.

What was the amount you lost? 53 BTC?

If you lost your bitcoins why did you left the forum?

I hope you get it back, But I don't think it will be that easy I have not heard anyone getting the hacked bitcoins back.

Also, Can you tell us whether the bitcoins was stored online or offline?

I did not loose 53, but I'm not comfortable enough to be sharing the total ammount. If at any point I have a real need to proof it, don't doubt I will. But on the meantime....

And I left the forums out of anger. I had just lost a shitload of money, meaning I couldn't be able to do some stuff I wanted, and I wasn't really on the mood of getting back working to achieve that money again

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July 11, 2018, 08:01:26 PM
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Well, First of all sorry for your loss.

Please, can you tell us more about how it gets hacked, Maybe someone asked the questions already like how they got hacked etc, but I cannot read all the comments? If you can just put all the questions and answers and required info to the OP would be great.

What was the amount you lost? 53 BTC?

If you lost your bitcoins why did you left the forum?

I hope you get it back, But I don't think it will be that easy I have not heard anyone getting the hacked bitcoins back.

Also, Can you tell us whether the bitcoins was stored online or offline?

I did not loose 53, but I'm not comfortable enough to be sharing the total ammount. If at any point I have a real need to proof it, don't doubt I will. But on the meantime....

And I left the forums out of anger. I had just lost a shitload of money, meaning I couldn't be able to do some stuff I wanted, and I wasn't really on the mood of getting back working to achieve that money again

Perhaps you blacked out and your alter ego played a mean joke on you? xD lol

Seriously though, did you ever confirm if you do or do not have the infected Electrum wallet that was going around a few months back?
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July 11, 2018, 08:05:31 PM
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Well, First of all sorry for your loss.

Please, can you tell us more about how it gets hacked, Maybe someone asked the questions already like how they got hacked etc, but I cannot read all the comments? If you can just put all the questions and answers and required info to the OP would be great.

What was the amount you lost? 53 BTC?

If you lost your bitcoins why did you left the forum?

I hope you get it back, But I don't think it will be that easy I have not heard anyone getting the hacked bitcoins back.

Also, Can you tell us whether the bitcoins was stored online or offline?

I did not loose 53, but I'm not comfortable enough to be sharing the total ammount. If at any point I have a real need to proof it, don't doubt I will. But on the meantime....

And I left the forums out of anger. I had just lost a shitload of money, meaning I couldn't be able to do some stuff I wanted, and I wasn't really on the mood of getting back working to achieve that money again

Perhaps you blacked out and your alter ego played a mean joke on you? xD lol

Seriously though, did you ever confirm if you do or do not have the infected Electrum wallet that was going around a few months back?

Hmmmm, I always dowloaded the installer and updates from the oficial website and verified signature, but I never went any further

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July 11, 2018, 09:32:45 PM
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Was the laptop hacked, or was it stolen or physically used to send the coin to another address?

I assume it was hacked, since no one on the room had knowledge of bitcoin at the time things happened, and besides, the for obvious reasons, didn't know my password.

I may add a few more details, since I think I've been a bit vague on the OP.

I was using Electrum as my wallet, not Multi-sig since I had had a bit of an emergency and didn't have enough time to use the 2FA. I was at a friends' house, and the moment I opened my wallet to add the 2FA, I saw an outgoing transaction that had been created less than 1 minute before I opened the wallet itself.
Inless than1minute time? Then you ought to have stop the transaction.

Nevertheless, it does matter if no one around have knowledge of bitcoin because alot of people have join cryptocurrency during the last high traffic, so in this kind of situation the only person who's clean is you cause you're the owner of the wallet. Therefore, I will ask if you're using updated antivirus, windows and wallet.

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July 11, 2018, 09:54:44 PM
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Was the laptop hacked, or was it stolen or physically used to send the coin to another address?

I assume it was hacked, since no one on the room had knowledge of bitcoin at the time things happened, and besides, the for obvious reasons, didn't know my password.

I may add a few more details, since I think I've been a bit vague on the OP.

I was using Electrum as my wallet, not Multi-sig since I had had a bit of an emergency and didn't have enough time to use the 2FA. I was at a friends' house, and the moment I opened my wallet to add the 2FA, I saw an outgoing transaction that had been created less than 1 minute before I opened the wallet itself.
Inless than1minute time? Then you ought to have stop the transaction.

Nevertheless, it does matter if no one around have knowledge of bitcoin because alot of people have join cryptocurrency during the last high traffic, so in this kind of situation the only person who's clean is you cause you're the owner of the wallet. Therefore, I will ask if you're using updated antivirus, windows and wallet.
It's true that you could have stopped the transaction before it gets confirmed by double spending it.It surely happened in the past when a guy got his wallet hijacked;the address he wanted to send his bitcoins to got replaced by the hackers one and he didn't pay attention to it.

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July 11, 2018, 10:03:09 PM
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I thought about doing so, but the transaction had already 1 confirmation. I guess that the hacker thought about so Sad

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July 11, 2018, 10:25:30 PM
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A couple of months ago, almost all my BTC were stolen from my laptop. As I was really upset about it, I decided to distance myself from the forums and everything else, but now that I've decided to come back; I want answers.

The funds have ended up here; https://www.blockchain.com/es/btc/address/1JSmxSp4ULs7bYaQEkoHjQszFcfpFQs6gP, before being separated into 2 different addresses.
Which wallet were you using to store your bitcoins?

I think there is a possibility that your coins were swept and moved to a different address within your wallet and not neccessarily that you got hacked....if it were that coins we stolen the money would not have been dormant by now and coins would not have had a money trail as mixers are well know by crypto users.....

Try your luck and check your archieved wallets your coins might be hiding there.
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July 12, 2018, 02:10:35 PM
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A couple of months ago, almost all my BTC were stolen from my laptop. As I was really upset about it, I decided to distance myself from the forums and everything else, but now that I've decided to come back; I want answers.

The funds have ended up here; https://www.blockchain.com/es/btc/address/1JSmxSp4ULs7bYaQEkoHjQszFcfpFQs6gP, before being separated into 2 different addresses.
Which wallet were you using to store your bitcoins?

I think there is a possibility that your coins were swept and moved to a different address within your wallet and not neccessarily that you got hacked....if it were that coins we stolen the money would not have been dormant by now and coins would not have had a money trail as mixers are well know by crypto users.....

Try your luck and check your archieved wallets your coins might be hiding there.

Electrum wallet; you can check the thread to see the version. And no, I checked every address I have ever used and the bitcoins didn't magically transfer themselves. Apart from that, I wish I had 50 BTC hidden in some address of mine  Cool

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July 12, 2018, 02:17:57 PM
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Well, First of all sorry for your loss.

Please, can you tell us more about how it gets hacked, Maybe someone asked the questions already like how they got hacked etc, but I cannot read all the comments? If you can just put all the questions and answers and required info to the OP would be great.

What was the amount you lost? 53 BTC?

If you lost your bitcoins why did you left the forum?

I hope you get it back, But I don't think it will be that easy I have not heard anyone getting the hacked bitcoins back.

Also, Can you tell us whether the bitcoins was stored online or offline?

I did not loose 53, but I'm not comfortable enough to be sharing the total ammount. If at any point I have a real need to proof it, don't doubt I will. But on the meantime....

And I left the forums out of anger. I had just lost a shitload of money, meaning I couldn't be able to do some stuff I wanted, and I wasn't really on the mood of getting back working to achieve that money again

Well, I agree with your thinking that is ok that you are not sharing the amount.

Leaving the forum is not an option, the forum had nothing to do with your loss instead if you have shared this with the people here earlier you may have something better, now you have realized that the Forum can only help you right?

I really hope that you get it recovered soon, I know the feeling of losing.


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Not a fan of being the bearer of bad news, but your coins are gone.
This thread is, if anything, is nothing more than a means of seeking the attention of others.
No one can help you retrieve your coins my friend, I'm very sorry.

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