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August 04, 2018, 12:26:17 AM
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Hello. I have known bout btc for a while now and just recently decided to make some money with it.
Unfortunately there was 1.60 bitcoin somehow stolen from my wallet and dont know how.
This literally just happened a few moments ago an the transaction is still unconfirmed.
Im not sure but it might be a virus on my pc because it happen soon after I withdrew the money
from my new website.
I had just made my brand new website last week and it was raking in thousands in bitcoin and
now all my earnings is gone instantly? I spent much time and effort on marketing to become lost.

Is it gone forever?
Please help me or email me at williamingram7719@gmail
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August 04, 2018, 12:36:06 AM
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load your wallet into bitcoin-qt, start it with -zapwallettxes
then after rescanning IMMEDIATELY transfer with a HIGHER FEE, 10sat/b atleast and hope its will work
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August 04, 2018, 12:47:08 AM
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How did you generate a new wallet? Which wallet did you use? Did you create a vanity gen online? What kind of website are you hosting, and did you use a plugin to withdraw your bitcoins? Did you use someone else's script to run on your website? Sounds like you got phished somehow, most likely from malicious code you used on your site.

It's probably too late to bump the transaction with a new one with a higher fee, but it might be worth a shot if you can do it immediately.

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August 04, 2018, 12:58:06 AM
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It was a desktop wallet and I created my website with this script I found https://selly.gg/p/2f790b6f
But I just did a virus scan and found some malicious programs running. My guess is that someone remotely extracted my login infos
and used it to make the transaction.
Here is the live transaction https://www.[Suspicious link removed]/btc/address/1EnxuE9RSvwnV6GhUnJfgbnpTNCqxDXyXa
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August 04, 2018, 01:05:19 AM
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It was a desktop wallet and I created my website with this script I found https://selly.gg/p/-snip-

There's your problem. You got phished by the author of the script. Be careful in this crypto space; there is a huge cesspool of bad/malicious actors who don't care about you; just your money.

Unfortunately, your bitcoins are long gone. Multiple hops later, the majority of them are now sitting in this wallet: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/16tdVAB3XkZQDyQSjRN45x8y6YAGGXJ5zE

Consider this an expensive lesson. NEVER use a script from an autobuy link unless you fully trust the developer.

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August 04, 2018, 02:25:38 AM
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I already knew about phishing..thats why I had other coders scan the script for any backdoors and phishing and was told there is none.
So I still believe it was just a virus on my PC because I noticed my admin password had changed. I can use the same script to make more bitcoins but use a brand new computer to login to my accounts. The script is just too profitable to throw away. I will just take the loss and hopefully  earn back the bitcoin pretty soon. Its good that I still have control of my site or id be 100% screwed. Thanks for you guys help though.
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