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June 30, 2014, 04:46:46 PM
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PLEASE HELP!!

New to Bitcoin -
Purchased 10.5 coins on Coinbase and transferred them to my blockchain wallet.

STOLEN BITCOINS - 10.5 total from my Blockchain account

USER Listed below -
1P1irgfLvsAjr2fpNDsAeoKBu1n1aDMYWy

Listed below is the transaction which took place over the weekend -
Please see below

https://blockchain.info/tx/fbb629cf962c26a5d2535b6f2e39c9598f8e5f2075642a1d56330b773c174d0d

WILL PROVIDE REWARD AND ARE HAPPY TO COMPENSATE FOR TIME AND EFFORT TO BRING THIS PERSON TO JUSTICE/REPORT THEM OR RECOVER THE LOSSES.
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June 30, 2014, 04:50:26 PM
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That is harsh hope u get them back soon.

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June 30, 2014, 04:51:48 PM
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Do you know how they did steal them?
Did they manage to get your password for blockchain, that one is online isn't it? Did you have 2 was authentication?
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June 30, 2014, 04:53:44 PM
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more then likely you have a browser extention on your system

so tell us what programs (crypto related) do you have, eg:
wallets, mining tools, altcoin stuff

in the last 2 weeks what pages have people related to crypto tried to link you to, EG:
any crypto-based sites that are 'coming soon' asking you to sign up for updates
any games that offer incentives or bets valued in crytpo currencies
any web wallets that need extensions or said 'java out of date, please download'
anyone from the community send you a file related to a project
any friends/family of yours that is also into bitcoin, that could get to your PC

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June 30, 2014, 04:55:42 PM
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Sorry man, but no one is ever going to be brought to justice. As a rule of thumb never ever use an online wallet for more than a small amount. The risks involved are substantial, and you will want to transfer any balance bought on an exchange immediately to a wallet that is 100% under your control.
If you are using a non Linux operating system then you will also need strong virus/malware/rootkit protection. Additionally I would do all visits to the exchange via TOR browser. Remember your not protecting a face book account here, this is real money.

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June 30, 2014, 04:58:22 PM
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Not sure if this is related but I'm hearing of others getting hacked because they're using cracked versions of windows OS downloaded from torrent sites (the most sophisticated trojans and rootkits are not detectable by any AV software)
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June 30, 2014, 05:01:26 PM
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as rodeox says

if you had $5000, how much would you give a stranger on the street, with a nice suit and tie and a badge that said fund manager right there and then..

$50 to try him out and see if he looks after your money. or would you want to see his office and liability insurance reference.

dont throw funds into anything that you cant punch if they run off, especially if they are not insured, no matter how good and easy to communicate with they seem

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June 30, 2014, 05:02:56 PM
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Not sure if this is related but I'm hearing of others getting hacked because they're using cracked versions of windows OS downloaded from torrent sites (the most sophisticated trojans and rootkits are not detectable by any AV software)

usually ripped windows downloads are not the cause. usually its closer to home.. EG an altcoin wallet or a dodgy mining software. or a browser extention that meant to keep you uptodate with bitcoin news/prices/etc

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June 30, 2014, 05:04:45 PM
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I was using a Mac - with most recent OS
They clearly stole my passoword and sent/transferred money to themselves.

Does the link I posted help at all -

The user was 1P1irgfLvsAjr2fpNDsAeoKBu1n1aDMYWy

I don't know what to do - feel helpless and they robbed me of $6500
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June 30, 2014, 05:05:22 PM
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franky1: can i ask where you're getting this information?
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June 30, 2014, 05:10:34 PM
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Clearly you did something wrong.
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June 30, 2014, 05:16:38 PM
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You used the fake blockchain website that is advertising on google to get the top spot
You had blockchain email you your account backup and your email was hacked
You have a keylogger virus installed
You imported that address from some shitty address generating website because "the regular way just can't be trusted"
Your friend saw you logged in and stole your funds

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June 30, 2014, 05:56:26 PM
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...dont throw funds into anything that you cant punch if they run off...

Quoted for giggles.  Cheesy

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June 30, 2014, 06:03:21 PM
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The 10btc has been moved and split up many times after the theft. It is most likely being tumbled and mixed as we speak. I do not think you will ever catch who is behind it. Sorry for your lost. The most important thing to do now is to find put how it was stolen and try to prevent it next time.
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June 30, 2014, 06:15:17 PM
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It's a long shot but you might want to try here on reddit. There is a whitehat hacker named btcrobinhood who has hacked peoples brainwallets and has returned peoples coins afterword kind of too teach people a life lesson and get to you before a blackhat hacker does.He hacked someon'es insecure brainwallet and took 20 btc and then returned them afterword.If he did it?He will probably return them no guarantee's but it's worth a shot to ask and try Wink
http://en.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/298j2m/bip1337_a_protocol_to_request_return_of_lost_coins/

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June 30, 2014, 07:29:47 PM
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PLEASE HELP!!

New to Bitcoin -
Purchased 10.5 coins on Coinbase and transferred them to my blockchain wallet.

STOLEN BITCOINS - 10.5 total from my Blockchain account

USER Listed below -
1P1irgfLvsAjr2fpNDsAeoKBu1n1aDMYWy

Listed below is the transaction which took place over the weekend -
Please see below

https://blockchain.info/tx/fbb629cf962c26a5d2535b6f2e39c9598f8e5f2075642a1d56330b773c174d0d

WILL PROVIDE REWARD AND ARE HAPPY TO COMPENSATE FOR TIME AND EFFORT TO BRING THIS PERSON TO JUSTICE/REPORT THEM OR RECOVER THE LOSSES.

Never invest more than you can afford to lose and never keep a balance of coins on an online wallet that you can't afford to lose.

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July 01, 2014, 09:35:35 AM
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PLEASE HELP!!

New to Bitcoin -
Purchased 10.5 coins on Coinbase and transferred them to my blockchain wallet.

STOLEN BITCOINS - 10.5 total from my Blockchain account

USER Listed below -
1P1irgfLvsAjr2fpNDsAeoKBu1n1aDMYWy

Listed below is the transaction which took place over the weekend -
Please see below

https://blockchain.info/tx/fbb629cf962c26a5d2535b6f2e39c9598f8e5f2075642a1d56330b773c174d0d

WILL PROVIDE REWARD AND ARE HAPPY TO COMPENSATE FOR TIME AND EFFORT TO BRING THIS PERSON TO JUSTICE/REPORT THEM OR RECOVER THE LOSSES.

Never invest more than you can afford to lose and never keep a balance of coins on an online wallet that you can't afford to lose.

Smoothie(aka Goat), please give him back his coins.

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July 02, 2014, 11:23:31 AM
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Sorry man, but no one is ever going to be brought to justice. As a rule of thumb never ever use an online wallet for more than a small amount. The risks involved are substantial, and you will want to transfer any balance bought on an exchange immediately to a wallet that is 100% under your control.
If you are using a non Linux operating system then you will also need strong virus/malware/rootkit protection. Additionally I would do all visits to the exchange via TOR browser. Remember your not protecting a face book account here, this is real money.

Good advice, I created a wallet with a Linux boot disk, password set, saved it to a few DVDs and USB sticks, I use the chain to see my BTC balance.
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July 02, 2014, 12:41:55 PM
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It sounds like you are going to have to write this off as a loss.
I would re-install what ever OS you are using if you can not identify the possible cause.
and follow the advice about linux or paper wallets.
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