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August 15, 2014, 02:21:07 PM
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my friend is stolen 1.23 btc+325 LTC, I have found the official infinitecoin wallet is malware, whose author is in the infintecoin team.

thief's name: Andrew  , chinese name: IFC_China
email: Infinitecoin.china@gmail.com   
QQ: 2068181077




i hope the expert can help me to reveal the thief, help me and protect yourself also.

refer to :http://www.3-coin.com/2014-08-14/5777/
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August 15, 2014, 02:34:57 PM
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What proof do you have that the official infinite coin wallet is malware? If i can remember correctly Ifinite coin has been around a while and i think we would have seen a bit more information on this if it was true.

(Not that I don't believe you, I fully believe alt coins could be created just to steal BTC)

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August 15, 2014, 02:36:39 PM
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As above, plus how do you tie where the money went to that user. I think this belongs in scam accusations too, but you should provide what evidence you have.
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August 15, 2014, 02:38:00 PM
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Last I heard this topic was all done and dusted. Interesting to see how people spin up theories about this one. Cool Cool

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August 15, 2014, 02:39:08 PM
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What proof do you have that the official infinite coin wallet is malware? If i can remember correctly Ifinite coin has been around a while and i think we would have seen a bit more information on this if it was true.

(Not that I don't believe you, I fully believe alt coins could be created just to steal BTC)

the 3-coin post in OP asks people to download a update ........... from media fire.. (first facepam)

but looking at infinitecoins official site
http://www.mediafire.com/download/g3h___  v1.8.8
and then looking at the link on 3-coin
http://www.mediafire.com/download/ftw____ v1.8.6

notice the difference?

NEVER download anything from file sharing sites. only get them from the official source that has been checked by multiple people first. but im still going to facepalm for the second time the fact that even the legitimate site uses mediafire also

I DO NOT TRADE OR ACT AS ESCROW ON THIS FORUM EVER.
Please do your own research & respect what is written here as both opinion & information gleaned from experience. many people replying with insults but no on-topic content substance, automatically are 'facepalmed' and yawned at
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August 15, 2014, 02:43:26 PM
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What proof do you have that the official infinite coin wallet is malware? If i can remember correctly Ifinite coin has been around a while and i think we would have seen a bit more information on this if it was true.

(Not that I don't believe you, I fully believe alt coins could be created just to steal BTC)

the 3-coin post in OP asks people to download a update ........... from media fire..

if thise is not evidence enough of scammy practice then what more evidence do you need.

NEVER download anything from file sharing sites. only get them from the official source that has been checked by multiple people first.
I am blocked from the 3-coin post so i was unable to view it, one question i have is that posted (and confirmed) as the creator of Infinite coin or maybe an impersonator? Also i agree if you have Bitcoin on your machine you need to ultra vigiliant of what you download.

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August 15, 2014, 05:24:02 PM
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What proof do you have that the official infinite coin wallet is malware? If i can remember correctly Ifinite coin has been around a while and i think we would have seen a bit more information on this if it was true.

(Not that I don't believe you, I fully believe alt coins could be created just to steal BTC)

the 3-coin post in OP asks people to download a update ........... from media fire..

if thise is not evidence enough of scammy practice then what more evidence do you need.

NEVER download anything from file sharing sites. only get them from the official source that has been checked by multiple people first.
I am blocked from the 3-coin post so i was unable to view it, one question i have is that posted (and confirmed) as the creator of Infinite coin or maybe an impersonator? Also i agree if you have Bitcoin on your machine you need to ultra vigiliant of what you download.

my evidences have 2 point:
1. I re-install a clean OS, virus check is OK; then I only run infinitecoin wallet, virus warning.
2. when my friend BTC and LTC are stolen, while somebody is sending some infinitecoins to wallet.  but when you begin to investigate, somebody transfer coins away, just like it's his wallet, even you changed password.
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