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January 22, 2019, 02:30:18 AM
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mayba your pc have got viruss. i think for safe you should put the account in just one pc and don'r do any thing except trading
I also experienced something like this, and of course I believe that the PC that I have does not have a virus. but, I think, I entered a phishing site. well, it has a slightly different name. all you can do is,
1. Install another Windows
2. Install / upgrade your best antivirus
3. clear the chance for your browser, or reinstall (the browser can be the source of the problem)
4. Scan all data on the PC with an antivirus.
5. Create a new email, or update all your data.
6. use another ip to log in to the internet.
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January 22, 2019, 06:09:48 AM
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That is really unfortunate mate, luckily i have never experienced this before. Hacking issues is I may consider one of the issue why adoption of Bitcoin is somehow slow since some people are afraid that this kind of incident may happen to them. Basic knowledge on how to safekeep you private keys to your funds & assets is a prerequisite here in entering crypto i guess.

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January 22, 2019, 10:24:24 AM
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it seems like it's your own fault because you can't keep your wallet as safe as possible, a lot has happened like you, the security of your wallet is weak and you get phishing then surely something bad will attack your wallet like now, there is no other hope for the funds you have except the stealing is kind enough to return your money.

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January 22, 2019, 10:59:14 AM
 #104

Hi everybody
I have an accound in
Blockchain.com
and I bought more than 0.71 bitcoin and sent it to them
but Blockchain did not Protect my account and the hacker login my account and stole my funds
but google website protected my account from the hacker and also yahoo website
blockchain is very bad because they did not protect my account
can anyone help me?


Tamercome
Dec 13, 06:06 EST
i did not send anything but i found
Sent From
1DaYsP2oeDGgbQGaRX9PiXowzsLPu8uQjT
To
1FBWCQQ5BBzJRU6YfaQ1MJJA5rbtoujUuA
Value When Sent
$2,480.42
please help me


Paula (Blockchain)
Dec 13, 10:13 EST
Hello,
I'm very sorry to hear about this. You may have some type of malware on your computer
that resulted in your funds being stolen because your private information was somehow
obtained. One of the most common types of these are browser extensions posing as
bitcoin price tickers that are actually stealing your account information. There's also the
possibility that you visited a phishing site posing as Blockchain. We've also heard of
computer viruses that detect when an address is in your clipboard, and replace the one you
wanted to use with an address controlled by this malicious party.
By design, Blockchain never has access to users' accounts or funds. If you keep your
password and private key backups secure, then your funds are always safe with us. Since
this information has been compromised, be sure to never use this wallet or any addresses
contained within it. I'd also highly advise against using the same password again. I'm truly
sorry that you had funds stolen from you. That certainly is an extremely frustrating
experience.
If you’d like to learn more about how our wallet works, please visit:
https://www.blockchain.com/learning-portal/wallet-faq.



I have a friend who shares similar fate as you. Hackers are always on the move to retrieve or generate the private keys of wallets and if your wallet is not protected with strong security such as 2FA and PIN, it is always vulnerable. Consider using hard ware wallets like the Ledger Nano S which has recorded good security over the past few years.

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January 30, 2019, 01:00:37 PM
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I sympathize with you, it is very sad and unpleasant. I think Blockchain.com is not guilty of having stolen your funds. They don't have access to your account and don't store your private keys. They listed possible reasons why this happened to you.
Unfortunately, all you can really do is secure yourself in the future.
Some tips:
- Never open emails and attachments from unknown senders. Suspicious of any letters with attachments and links. Even if they came from a familiar address, it doesn't guarantee security: it could be hacked.
- Never enter your wallet details on other sites.
- Be sure to check URLs for minor spelling errors.
- Use only secure https connections. The absence of just one letter “s” in the address of the site must alert.
- Don't use open Wi-Fi networks to access your wallet or exchange.
- Wherever possible, install two-factor authentication.
- Install the Cryptonite by MetaCert extension!!!
- Update software. Any good antivirus will automatically detect suspicious activity. Regularly update your browser, operating system, email client and antivirus package.

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January 30, 2019, 02:37:44 PM
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I sympathize with you, it is very sad and unpleasant. I think Blockchain.com is not guilty of having stolen your funds. They don't have access to your account and don't store your private keys. They listed possible reasons why this happened to you.
Unfortunately, all you can really do is secure yourself in the future.
Some tips:
- Never open emails and attachments from unknown senders. Suspicious of any letters with attachments and links. Even if they came from a familiar address, it doesn't guarantee security: it could be hacked.
- Never enter your wallet details on other sites.
- Be sure to check URLs for minor spelling errors.
- Use only secure https connections. The absence of just one letter “s” in the address of the site must alert.
- Don't use open Wi-Fi networks to access your wallet or exchange.
- Wherever possible, install two-factor authentication.
- Install the Cryptonite by MetaCert extension!!!
- Update software. Any good antivirus will automatically detect suspicious activity. Regularly update your browser, operating system, email client and antivirus package.

Good tips, I would add...wait for it... NEVER FUCKING USE ONLINE WALLETS!!!!!

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January 30, 2019, 02:44:12 PM
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Very sorry to hear your loss but never ever download any file from untrusted source.

Once it happend to me also when I copy the address to whom i want to send coins and pate it to blockchain it pasts the hacker's wallet address. Always match first and last 3 characters of the wallet address

Now you can format your hard disk and install a fresh window to avoid in future
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January 30, 2019, 03:00:07 PM
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Stories like these really make me feel bad, no one deserves to get their coins stolen as anyone is vulnerable to an attack. Many hackers out there are trying to find out ways to get you to click a link or install something so they can gain access to your computer. There is no way to stop this unless you have a separate computer that doesn't have anything sensitive on it and work with that, it's easier said than done but try to see if you can do that.
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January 30, 2019, 06:04:16 PM
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Time to move on and make it as a lesson for you and for everybody. It is so sad that you can't get your money back.
Many were being hack also but they can manage to stay strong and still in crypto world.  Just be like them and next time you'll be more careful with your account.
It seems many users of cryptocurrencies still do not understand how they work, if this had happened to the OP with fiat then he could get his money back since banks could reverse the transaction but that is not possible with crypto, so it is important to take our online security seriously from the beginning, if you cannot afford to buy an operating system because the license is too expensive then learn how to use Linux which is free and way safer and avoid using online wallets and only use desktop, paper and hardware wallets.



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February 03, 2019, 10:05:40 PM
 #110

Hi everybody
I have an accound in
Blockchain.com
and I bought more than 0.71 bitcoin and sent it to them
but Blockchain did not Protect my account and the hacker login my account and stole my funds
but google website protected my account from the hacker and also yahoo website
blockchain is very bad because they did not protect my account
can anyone help me?


Tamercome
Dec 13, 06:06 EST
i did not send anything but i found
Sent From
1DaYsP2oeDGgbQGaRX9PiXowzsLPu8uQjT
To
1FBWCQQ5BBzJRU6YfaQ1MJJA5rbtoujUuA
Value When Sent
$2,480.42
please help me


Paula (Blockchain)
Dec 13, 10:13 EST
Hello,
I'm very sorry to hear about this. You may have some type of malware on your computer
that resulted in your funds being stolen because your private information was somehow
obtained. One of the most common types of these are browser extensions posing as
bitcoin price tickers that are actually stealing your account information. There's also the
possibility that you visited a phishing site posing as Blockchain. We've also heard of
computer viruses that detect when an address is in your clipboard, and replace the one you
wanted to use with an address controlled by this malicious party.
By design, Blockchain never has access to users' accounts or funds. If you keep your
password and private key backups secure, then your funds are always safe with us. Since
this information has been compromised, be sure to never use this wallet or any addresses
contained within it. I'd also highly advise against using the same password again. I'm truly
sorry that you had funds stolen from you. That certainly is an extremely frustrating
experience.
If you’d like to learn more about how our wallet works, please visit:
https://www.blockchain.com/learning-portal/wallet-faq.



So sorry you loss you funds, its unfortunate blockchain transactions are in in reversible and I think its your fault you might have disclosed your password or login through a wrong site Blockchain is the best when it comes to security but you need to secure you data to avoid losing your funds in the nearest future.
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February 11, 2019, 06:15:22 AM
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Once it happend to me also when I copy the address to whom i want to send coins and pate it to blockchain it pasts the hacker's wallet address. Always match first and last 3 characters of the wallet address

i believe your device was infected by a malware . dont you have an antivirus installed ? or maybe you didnt update it to its latest database  .

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Good tips, I would add...wait for it... NEVER FUCKING USE ONLINE WALLETS!!!!!

lol . the whole time ive been always using an online wallet but guess what ? i dont ever got hacked . its up to you on how you handle your wallet . hardware wallets are only for serious hodler and invester  but for small time users we are fine of using an online wallet  . thanks for your wonderful advice btw .

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February 11, 2019, 08:57:57 AM
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So sorry about that, it might be that you mistakenly misplaced your login details and it enters into the wrong hand or that you click on those pshing links.
Unfortunately, I do not think there is a way the transaction could be reversed.
The only thing is this: the wallet address to which your funds was sent could be known but there's no way of tracking the culprit using only the wallet address.

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February 11, 2019, 11:07:11 AM
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sorry to here that its a big amount have lost. maybe put this happen to your experience. blockchain cant recover your lost and the fund is already transferd... maybe your security in blockchain wallet was to low so that hacker can access you easyly..

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February 11, 2019, 11:21:04 AM
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From the support team a clear description for the hack has been provided to Op. The wallet service provider cannot take responsibility, it is the mistake made thyself. As each and every activity takes place through internet connectivity, it is good to make transactions through secured platforms.




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February 11, 2019, 11:49:17 AM
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My friend ever got similar incident, suddenly the balance is moving out without being notice.
IMO, the main reason is because the password may weak and she was not put 2FA on it.

So 2FA will be make your account more secure so I recommend to add it while you can !
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February 11, 2019, 02:01:37 PM
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We should really find a wallet that we can ensure the safety of our funds. You lost your bitcoins and there is nothing that we can do to regain it. I keeping my bitcoins in a safe and trusted bitcoin wallet for me to ensure that hackers can't stole it.
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February 11, 2019, 02:28:02 PM
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My friend ever got similar incident, suddenly the balance is moving out without being notice.
IMO, the main reason is because the password may weak and she was not put 2FA on it.

So 2FA will be make your account more secure so I recommend to add it while you can !
There’s a problem with the security for sure, and if we don’t pay attention on this more victims will appear. Hackers are good enough to get in to your weak security, its highly recommended to use 2FA. If you experience this thing before, you have to forget it now and start over again.
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February 11, 2019, 02:47:51 PM
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My friend ever got similar incident, suddenly the balance is moving out without being notice.
IMO, the main reason is because the password may weak and she was not put 2FA on it.

So 2FA will be make your account more secure so I recommend to add it while you can !
There’s a problem with the security for sure, and if we don’t pay attention on this more victims will appear. Hackers are good enough to get in to your weak security, its highly recommended to use 2FA. If you experience this thing before, you have to forget it now and start over again.
I know everyone are aware for hacking and it getting worsen by know. Not only who have been hacked but it sometimes we heard some exchanges have experiencing it. It came into rampant cause they'll make them easily due to technology upgrades, even how strong keys or passwords we have but still have possibility. They have work it and studied will, so we can expect for being safe with crypto.
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February 11, 2019, 03:04:30 PM
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Damn OP that's bad Sad

Hopefully you can learn from this and become better for it as losing 2k shouldn't be easy.

Take care.
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February 11, 2019, 03:10:45 PM
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This is not the first such situation with blockchain.com, I have heard about so many such hacks. If it is not an "inside job", it means that it is the worst secure Bitcoin online wallet in the entire internet. Stay away from Blockchain.com!!
Well it might be an inside job as well but I don't think it would be so. I have seen many people on social media who guarantee that their investment would return more than normal gains.
I have encountered such scam myself but I knew that something is fishy so I would ignore. I also noticed that the scammer told the victims to deposit the amount in the wallet at blockchain.com
The people used to deposit the amount to their accounts at blockchain.com and voosh the amount would get transferred to some addresses.
I guess the OP is a victim of one such scam.



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