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April 27, 2019, 08:01:53 AM
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Some where i have heard that ETH got hacked and it was hacking all the wallets whose passwords are easy and they are cracking the password and hacking the wallets and after hacking they are placing the bot in that wallet that what ever eth you send to that address it will automatically send to the hackers address.

But i am seeing before this is happening hackers have given useless token in bulk and made users to send eth to their address to utilize that token but they are hacked. Nice trick
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April 27, 2019, 08:26:00 AM
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Honestly, I never know bots can be places on a wallet address when private key has-been compromised and funds redirecting. This is actually new to me but with this being the case maybe you should try to see if you can remove the bot. Also you should have used a trusted wallet

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April 27, 2019, 08:46:21 AM
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Honestly, I never know bots can be places on a wallet address when private key has-been compromised and funds redirecting. This is actually new to me but with this being the case maybe you should try to see if you can remove the bot. Also you should have used a trusted wallet

That's just logical isn't it? If someone does have your private key putting a bot up for that wallet shouldn't be too hard for a hacker.


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April 27, 2019, 10:01:34 AM
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So the sender/receiver's address is not an exchange but a personal address and as I can understand the receiving address is compromised which has your tokens and your tokens are still on the address. Is it right? Are those tokens locked by any chance as if your address is compromised, locked tokens cannot be sent even if the wallet is compromised.

Sorry for what happened to you OP but because my wallet also once was compromised earlier where I lost $200, I hope it doesn't happen to you and you can get your tokens back if possible.
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April 27, 2019, 10:19:30 AM
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Today I have sent a little Ethereum to my address but it instantly transferred to another address. Later, I tried again sending 0.002 ETH and the same. It also transferred that same address instantly.

How to get solve this?
what kind of wallet do you used?, i thing you got phising wallet when they put malware to sending automatic to hacker address.
try to close your wallet and use another etherum wallet or reinstal your pc if you sure got hacked

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April 27, 2019, 11:00:43 AM
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Today I have sent a little Ethereum to my address but it instantly transferred to another address. Later, I tried again sending 0.002 ETH and the same. It also transferred that same address instantly.

How to get solve this?

Immediately stop using this address. It is hacked. Just forget about it, and never send Ether into this - Ether will always get to the address of the attacker.

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April 27, 2019, 11:12:46 AM
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My niece was once careless when registering for a bounty. He submitted his private key instead of his wallet address (MEW), while there were several tokens that were of high value. Eth stored inside was drained and remaining tokens were slowly sent out too. Twice I and my friend at a different location, tried to help him by sending a number of gas fees to pull out tokens that still had value. I had the role of sending in a number of gas fees, while my friend would immediately sent out certain tokens shortly thereafter. However, everything didn't work properly, eth that came in wasn't even seen by me and my friend, after being reloaded many times, the eth has been sent out again to another address. I didn't know this because our internet connection was inadequate or something else. What was clear, the perpetrator was always faster. So, we just gave up.
I'm sorry I can't give any advice or solution, I just hope you can figure out how to solve your problem.


 
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April 27, 2019, 11:24:38 AM
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Today I have sent a little Ethereum to my address but it instantly transferred to another address. Later, I tried again sending 0.002 ETH and the same. It also transferred that same address instantly.

How to get solve this?

Immediately stop using this address. It is hacked. Just forget about it, and never send Ether into this - Ether will always get to the address of the attacker.

It's still kind of weird that the attacker didn't just steal the $500 worth of tokens.
As it's still unclear what exactly happened the wallet- and transaction-IDs might be helpful.
However to prevent more damage I'd just start by creating a backup of my important data, wipe + reinstall my OS and afterwards change all passwords as a malware-infection is quite probable.
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April 27, 2019, 06:53:32 PM
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Indeed your wallet is cmpromised, and someone somehow for your private key and access your wallet, and i think they use some program who automatically send the ETH after you send it, you should use another wallet and maybe a option should be to buy a hardware wallet, which will protect you better.

 
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April 27, 2019, 07:01:04 PM
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Today I have sent a little Ethereum to my address but it instantly transferred to another address. Later, I tried again sending 0.002 ETH and the same. It also transferred that same address instantly.

How to get solve this?
Maybe some smart contract code that automatically resends Ethereum and tokens from deposit address to another one? Smiley

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April 27, 2019, 07:03:27 PM
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Am yet to understand how this can be possible, please explain better incase I can have anything to contribute to atleast show more insight on how to go about that.

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April 27, 2019, 07:09:41 PM
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I think You're wallet was compromised, I have read this kind of thing a year ago. where you will send ETH on a certain wallet but any amount you sent will also be sent to another address. this is another way to scam people. they put a large amount of token inside that wallet and they let you have it with its private key, the moment you sent any amount of ETH to that wallet it will automatically transfer to another account. That's how I remembered it. maybe this is the same on what is happening to you right now.

You can read more answers here from your question: https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/questions/34143/my-ether-has-been-automatically-sent-to-another-address

I also heard some kind of malware might be the cause of such problem. To be double sure, make sure your wallet is not compromised. This is just strange.
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April 27, 2019, 07:24:42 PM
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Today I have sent a little Ethereum to my address but it instantly transferred to another address. Later, I tried again sending 0.002 ETH and the same. It also transferred that same address instantly.

How to get solve this?

This wallet is affected by some script that makes these transfers, so admit that you've lost it and go on, create a new one. Don't think you can solve this somehow.

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almost certainly the wallet is compromise there is a bot that redirects payments even to an external address,there is no solution stop using this wallet and create another one

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April 27, 2019, 10:59:22 PM
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Today I have sent a little Ethereum to my address but it instantly transferred to another address. Later, I tried again sending 0.002 ETH and the same. It also transferred that same address instantly.

How to get solve this?

Perhaps you have a virus on your computer that automatically replaces your address with the hacker address. Check computer antivirus. I also advise you to change the wallet, perhaps attackers also got access to it.
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Today I have sent a little Ethereum to my address but it instantly transferred to another address. Later, I tried again sending 0.002 ETH and the same. It also transferred that same address instantly.

How to get solve this?

Perhaps you have a virus on your computer that automatically replaces your address with the hacker address. Check computer antivirus. I also advise you to change the wallet, perhaps attackers also got access to it.
But this in my opinion is very strange, the problem that I just encountered. When sending eth, it automatically sends it to another address. I don't think it's a virus on the computer. There might be something wrong with the myetherwallet.
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April 28, 2019, 08:47:25 AM
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Today I have sent a little Ethereum to my address but it instantly transferred to another address. Later, I tried again sending 0.002 ETH and the same. It also transferred that same address instantly.

How to get solve this?

Perhaps you have a virus on your computer that automatically replaces your address with the hacker address. Check computer antivirus. I also advise you to change the wallet, perhaps attackers also got access to it.
But this in my opinion is very strange, the problem that I just encountered. When sending eth, it automatically sends it to another address. I don't think it's a virus on the computer. There might be something wrong with the myetherwallet.

It doesn't matter which user-interface he's using to manage his wallet. If his PC is infected by malware or he entered his private-key on a phishing-website, the attacker got full access to his wallet.
Still it's weird that the tokens haven't been stolen and instead the attacker seems to monitor the wallet and automatically sends all incoming transactions to another address.
Might be worth a try transaferring enough ETH for the transaction-fee of the tokens in 1-2 months or even later - don't know which tools the attacker is using but maybe he'll stop after some time.
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Do not use that wallet again ,I repeat your wallet is been hacked ,someone has full access to your wallet private keys ,forget the wallet and build another one ,not on PC but on mobile ,PC wallets are easier to get hacked

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I think you've come to a phishing site that will replace your ERC-20 wallet. Try doing the same on another computer or device. I think this will help you. Participants of this forum had a lot of such problems. But all the problems were solved by changing the device or reinstalling the software. And in the future, I advise you to constantly monitor the sites on which you go as there is a lot of malicious software.


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