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September 21, 2019, 04:47:06 AM
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you say this address belongs to you, right?
did your blockchain.com wallet generate it randomly or did you acquire it from somewhere else (like an exchange, or another similar service) and then import it in your wallet? do you have its private key or just the address?

the behavior looks nothing like a hacked wallet (spend after 1 hour instead of immediately), but it looks more like what services like an exchange or a gambling site,... does.

so does this mean blockchain.com can freely access you account and interfere with the funds inside it and use it as they please? since OP said that he didn't made any transaction to send out the
the transaction he received the only possibility now is that blockchain.com has complete control over their users accounts. if that is so, this is quite troubling.

no it doesn't mean that and no blockchain.com doesn't have that kind of access.
the address is behaving like that and i didn't know where the address was coming from. as OP later replied the address is NOT created by his account but comes from somewhere else (it is imported) but he didn't answer my other questions nor did he say how he created this address. so i have to guess at this point.
so for example if the address is created by his exchange account, and then imported that into his blockchain.com wallet, that behavior is easily explained. when he makes a deposit in his exchange account, it remains in that address for a little while then the exchange moves the funds so he sees a "withdrawal" in his blockchain.com account.

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September 21, 2019, 08:50:09 AM
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I think that it was not the person but the wallet that you are using , maybe that wallet received a message from the user stating how he accidentally sent transactions to someone else and all and since when we store our Bitcoin in a wallet we are giving them the authority to use it partially if they need to ... I think maybe this accident happened because of the wallet and they just reversed it ..



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September 21, 2019, 09:18:40 AM
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I think that it was not the person but the wallet that you are using , maybe that wallet received a message from the user stating how he accidentally sent transactions to someone else and all and since when we store our Bitcoin in a wallet we are giving them the authority to use it partially if they need to ... I think maybe this accident happened because of the wallet and they just reversed it ..
I disagree that it was the wallet because on blockchain you can't RBF a transaction and on the screenshot it was allowed on the sent transaction. It's possible that another wallet was used to make the transaction.

Also agree with mandoy there's no bug, the hacker might have accessed several wallets and accidentally used one of OP's address then corrected the mistake by making another transaction immediately.

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September 21, 2019, 07:27:15 PM
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so does this mean blockchain.com can freely access you account and interfere with the funds inside it and use it as they please? since OP said that he didn't made any transaction to send out the
the transaction he received the only possibility now is that blockchain.com has complete control over their users accounts. if that is so, this is quite troubling.

No, they can't.

The private keys are generated in the browser - client side.
They get uploaded to their servers encrypted only. With your login and the correct password, you can access and decrypt them from everywhere (locally in your browser).

But this still doesn't mean that web wallets are pretty secure. There are a lot of attack vectors applicable to (only) web wallets. But a (honest) web wallet service provider is none of them.

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September 22, 2019, 06:16:07 AM
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I don't think that is a transaction bug mate, the transaction was already confirmed so, no double spending attack happened but i suspected that your address are already compromised or your computer have some malware and got your private key so, if you have any funds on your wallets move it to another address and change your wallet to another computer and scan your computer for viruses and malware.

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14rAgGLf5aLn61yavc1eiNkuZKusy5bVLG

you say this address belongs to you, right?
did your blockchain.com wallet generate it randomly or did you acquire it from somewhere else (like an exchange, or another similar service) and then import it in your wallet? do you have its private key or just the address?

the behavior looks nothing like a hacked wallet (spend after 1 hour instead of immediately), but it looks more like what services like an exchange or a gambling site,... does.

so does this mean blockchain.com can freely access you account and interfere with the funds inside it and use it as they please? since OP said that he didn't made any transaction to send out the
the transaction he received the only possibility now is that blockchain.com has complete control over their users accounts. if that is so, this is quite troubling.

no. they don't have any access to those wallets i am guessing that the address owned by OP was already compromised and the hacker was waiting to the OP send the bitcoins to that address. if only OP knew that he can use double spend attack to recover the bitcoin.

 
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