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August 04, 2018, 03:59:26 AM
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You can see the guy who hacked me is not a native English speaker and its obvious a change in ownership happened when I assume Bitcointalk was hacked.

So it seems they don't use it much these days but I wish I had control of it again. Is there any way?
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August 04, 2018, 04:24:54 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=230152



You can see the guy who hacked me is not a native English speaker and its obvious a change in ownership happened when I assume Bitcointalk was hacked.

So it seems they don't use it much these days but I wish I had control of it again. Is there any way?

Prove the ownership. Sign the bitcoin address that was used on the topic Stake your Bitcoin address here by Tomatocage.


If you don't have one there then may be you can consider to sign one of these addresses (if you have access of the wallet):
1CYMSVYXZP3c1RS2vC5RqjZR6GY1wcH4VU

I had to look manually on you post history from your first post to the last post made on the page 63 assuming I will find another address but no luck except the above one.

Anyway, bottom line is that you have to prove the ownership of your account, if you cann't then your chances are zero.

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August 04, 2018, 04:55:07 AM
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This post might be help you.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0

As well mdayonliner already explain you nicely. Hope that will help you. Any how you need strong proof for recover hacked account. I think it's long time hacked. If you prove that Bitcoin address is your than 80% sure you will get back your account. Best of luck.

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August 05, 2018, 02:19:26 AM
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You can see the guy who hacked me is not a native English speaker and its obvious a change in ownership happened when I assume Bitcointalk was hacked.

So it seems they don't use it much these days but I wish I had control of it again. Is there any way?
Unfortunately, no. But what you can do is prevent hackers from gaining access to your account, making sure the password is very difficult and not related to you or your life in anyway shape or form. Maybe use a line from a song or a phrase from a book you read that has been ingrained in your memory and you know for a fact that you will remember those exact word in even 5 or 10 years time from now. I remember the lyrics to Akons smack that like I sang it yesterday (true story). Ehmm... My password is not related to that song in any way shape or form... I'll just change that right now then shall I? Again changing the password every now and then is also okay. Just make sure you write it down in a notebook somewhere and save files on hard drives and all sorts.
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