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June 13, 2014, 06:50:01 PM
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why doesnt theymos respond to PM ?
he reads threads... but not PMs... kinda pointless.. perhaps we need someone who can read PMs and help ppl.

Im sure themymos read the PM. The PM however is missing something very important.


I did correct last time. But no any development. Sad They are just banned that account that's all.
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July 20, 2014, 02:28:14 AM
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he is liying here, i know the real owner he was my customer and he bought 1 trading bot and pay me for i developed new one for another market


Guys, my account was also hacked 6 months ago. My account is "Energizer" This message that I am quoting now was posted by the hacker who hacked my account. In fact this is the first time he used my account to post a message. It might very well be the same hacker who hacked your account.

It seems there are multiple victims here. Please know that "Energizer" account is hacked and should not be trusted at all.

I've tried multiple times to contact the moderators to return back my account. I've never received a single response on that!
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July 20, 2014, 02:29:58 AM
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Guys, could you please advice me what shall I do to block my hacked account "Energizer"?
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July 20, 2014, 02:32:22 AM
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Energizer, any posts to back that up? Also, what proof do you have that the account wasn't hacked?

I am the real Energizer account owner. My account "Energizer" was hacked 6 months ago. It seems the same hacker has hacked my account too.
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July 20, 2014, 02:36:26 AM
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Theymos too busy swimming in bribes to help you.

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July 20, 2014, 02:36:48 AM
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he is liying here, i know the real owner he was my customer and he bought 1 trading bot and pay me for i developed new one for another market

Technomancer is Turkish. We know him very well. He said he can't access to his account 6 months ago.
Check this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=399255
Obviously his account was hacked. It wasn't active until 2 days ago. Now hacker is here to scam people. Maybe you are one of hackers sockpuppets, too? Your account wasn't active since 18 December 2013. Huh?

Guys this is a serious issue, we need to track down that hacker and find out all the accounts he hacked. I am the real owner of "Energizer" account. I thought I've missed up with my account settings or just forgot my password 6 months ago. Since then I've lost access to my account completely. Now its confirmed 100% that my account "Energizer" has been hacked. And it seems it is the same hacker who hacked "Technomancer" account.

I don't care much about returning my hacked account as much as I care to stop such hacker from scamming people using my account. Please help me in getting the attention of the moderators to this issue.
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July 20, 2014, 04:40:08 AM
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I've tried multiple times to contact the moderators to return back my account. I've never received a single response on that!

Take a guess at how many pms we get about people trying to "recover" accounts, and then take a guess of how many of those are fake.

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July 20, 2014, 04:52:19 AM
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I've tried multiple times to contact the moderators to return back my account. I've never received a single response on that!

Take a guess at how many pms we get about people trying to "recover" accounts, and then take a guess of how many of those are fake.

You should make the mechanism of recovering lost account more automated. And you should make the rules clear for everyone.

It took me 6 months to finally find this:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0

Why don't you just add this info under the "forget password" page?

I've sent a PM to theymos a couple of hours ago with the signature he asked for to recover my hacked account "Energizer". God knowns how many months it would take to receive a respond if I would ever receive one.

At this moment I really don't care to recover my account "though I would love to". But I do care for the community and wouldn't be happy to see people being scammed by a hacker using my lost hacked account.

You "moderators" should be aware that it seems in December 2013 multiple accounts been hacked by the same hacker. This is too dangerous for bitcointalk.org users/community.
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July 20, 2014, 04:59:34 AM
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You should make the mechanism of recovering lost account more automated. And you should make the rules clear for everyone.

It took me 6 months to finally find this:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0

Why don't you just add this info under the "forget password" page?

It would be a good idea to sticky that thread IMO.

You "moderators" should be aware that it seems in December 2013 multiple accounts been hacked by the same hacker. This is too dangerous for bitcointalk.org users/community.

Did you use the same password on some other sites as well?

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July 20, 2014, 05:11:00 AM
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You should make the mechanism of recovering lost account more automated. And you should make the rules clear for everyone.

It took me 6 months to finally find this:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0

Why don't you just add this info under the "forget password" page?

It would be a good idea to sticky that thread IMO.

You "moderators" should be aware that it seems in December 2013 multiple accounts been hacked by the same hacker. This is too dangerous for bitcointalk.org users/community.

Did you use the same password on some other sites as well?

I use different passwords for different accounts. God knows, maybe I did missed that time. I don't even remember my password. At that time "when I lost my account in December 2013" I've analyzed my PC and scanned it with multiple anti-viruses. I even watched all traffic in and out of my PC while in idle state for couple of hours using wireshark network sniffer. So my PC was totally clean.

Yes, this seem like a password thing as the PC I used at that time was totally clean. Maybe it was a password matching by email as I had my email public at that time. And used the same email in multiple registrations in BTC related sites. It is hard to tell at this moment. You guys "moderators" should check the logs of my hacked account "Energizer" namely IP address in the past 6 months and try to match all other accounts been accessed from same IPs to uncover other hacked accounts. Again this is not just about a hacked account, but it might very well be a ring in a long chain. Such chain should be tracked by the moderators.

You should also check the logs/IPs of the hacked account "technomancer".
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July 20, 2014, 05:49:05 AM
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It seems plausible. Scanning through the post history of technomancer shows that all his posts (about 600 of them) up until December 2013 were in the Turkish board. Then there are no posts for a couple of months until June 7, 2014, whereupon he suddenly starts posting in English:

Selling moneypak, Ukash, paysafecard, Bitcoin, Perfect money

Moneypak rate 0.7, ukash from 0.9$ for 1 euro, paysafecard from 0.8  for 1 euro

pm me

None of the posts made after this date are in Turkish and all are in the "Currency exchange" board. However, it seems that the account has stopped posting soon afterwards. The last post was made in June 8 and the account hasn't been accessed since June 9.
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