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November 27, 2014, 11:42:24 PM
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Help...
I am not sure if someone accessed a backup of my wallet somewhere... All my BTC was stolen via a single blockchain transaction

43d9ecf12e25a0bcc6c655660d604cdff800f726dc42f68b08cea8fc1d61a3c4

sent to here

https://blockchain.info/address/1L8zn4BJs2B4a4pxN4HBaNKEgaowpa3857

if anyone has help or can apply any forensics... i am more than willing to pay a bounty to recover some of these funds... thank you...

skype me at "thestatdude"

Update: If you are feeling like helping a bitcoin brother out, donations are welcome. I have an 8k credit card bill on some of these coins. 1KrW7wDn4n6pndwikYh2fZtMXDsgaSfqLG. From now on, everything is stored in cold wallets ONLY.



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November 28, 2014, 12:04:11 AM
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if the hacker is here... please contact me... and sleep with a clean conscience, and no fear of being caught



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November 28, 2014, 12:14:43 AM
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sorry man...
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November 28, 2014, 12:19:24 AM
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You suck at security.
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November 28, 2014, 12:20:50 AM
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Sorry about your loss. Did you access blockchain.info using tor? There are a number of users had their coins stolen because of doggy tor exit nodes.
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November 28, 2014, 12:27:05 AM
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There have been numerous posts on reddit about blockchain.info hacks.

Give us more info, did you access blockchain via TOR ?
Did you click on google adwards for blockchain (phishing attack) ?

More than 1k BTC have been stolen, i am beginning to think their main server has been hacked and user/pass are being sniffed realtime.
Tell us more to make a conclusion..
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November 28, 2014, 12:28:59 AM
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shit, i'm sorry for your loss mate. i hate to read these things, i really hope there are folks out there that can help you trace this.

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November 28, 2014, 12:39:28 AM
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How many hundreds of thousands of BTC need to be stolen from blockchain.info hacks before everyone stops using it for anything other than watch-only?

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November 28, 2014, 12:45:16 AM
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 Undecided Saw this and thought I should give my blockchain wallet a peek and thankfully everything is still there. I definitely don't keep my main stash there although it is a sizable amount. I had a friend that lost 5 coins over a year ago thanks to his android being "rooted" somehow, despite 2FA. I don't get how people are losing their shit on blockchain esp when I have an sms sent to my phone to login and it changes every 30 seconds or so. And, I've even had my network hacked and then subsequently cleaned up again like twice in the last year and still all is well. However, when I had an idea that something wasn't right on my network I definitely wouldn't log in to anything that was financially sensitive.
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November 28, 2014, 01:05:47 AM
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Sorry about your loss. Did you access blockchain.info using tor? There are a number of users had their coins stolen because of doggy tor exit nodes.

no tor, no mobile,

no record of 2FA being sent to my email

someone must have gotten a wallet backup and my password.




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November 28, 2014, 01:09:22 AM
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Help...
I am not sure if someone accessed a backup of my wallet somewhere... All my BTC was stolen via a single blockchain transaction

43d9ecf12e25a0bcc6c655660d604cdff800f726dc42f68b08cea8fc1d61a3c4

sent to here

https://blockchain.info/address/1L8zn4BJs2B4a4pxN4HBaNKEgaowpa3857

if anyone has help or can apply any forensics... i am more than willing to pay a bounty to recover some of these funds... thank you...

skype me at "thestatdude"

many of these coins were purchased via credit card and i have hardly afford to lose them... please help..


I know how you lost your Bitcoins. . .

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November 28, 2014, 01:13:34 AM
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Why are the transactions broadcast every few hours? Why didn't the hacker simply empty it in one go?

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November 28, 2014, 01:14:15 AM
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I wouldnt keep even 1BTC (mid-long term) in a wallet that i am not the only one controlling the private key.

You sir is retarded and you created your own misfortune. Sadly.

I still feel sorry though. I am canadian so i'll say it again. Sorry.
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November 28, 2014, 01:15:08 AM
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Help...
I am not sure if someone accessed a backup of my wallet somewhere... All my BTC was stolen via a single blockchain transaction

43d9ecf12e25a0bcc6c655660d604cdff800f726dc42f68b08cea8fc1d61a3c4

sent to here

https://blockchain.info/address/1L8zn4BJs2B4a4pxN4HBaNKEgaowpa3857

if anyone has help or can apply any forensics... i am more than willing to pay a bounty to recover some of these funds... thank you...

skype me at "thestatdude"

many of these coins were purchased via credit card and i have hardly afford to lose them... please help..


I know how you lost your Bitcoins. . .

can you tell me?



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November 28, 2014, 01:15:40 AM
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I wouldnt keep even 1BTC (mid-long term) in a wallet that i am not the only one controlling the private key.

You sir is retarded and you created your own misfortune. Sadly.

I still feel sorry though. I am canadian so i'll say it again. Sorry.

i totally agree.
keep it in paper wallet. this was an oversight on my part. doesnt explain what happened though Sad



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November 28, 2014, 01:18:12 AM
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I wouldnt keep even 1BTC (mid-long term) in a wallet that i am not the only one controlling the private key.

You sir is retarded and you created your own misfortune. Sadly.

I still feel sorry though. I am canadian so i'll say it again. Sorry.

i totally agree.
keep it in paper wallet. this was an oversight on my part. doesnt explain what happened though Sad


maybe this helps i dunno.. your not alone at least?

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2nkias/this_is_a_list_of_rbitcoin_users_who_had_their/

edit - sorry for the loss, i hate btc thieves, so i just got a trezor and actually, i only have one btc atm....


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November 28, 2014, 01:20:20 AM
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I wouldnt keep even 1BTC (mid-long term) in a wallet that i am not the only one controlling the private key.

You sir is retarded and you created your own misfortune. Sadly.

I still feel sorry though. I am canadian so i'll say it again. Sorry.

i totally agree.
keep it in paper wallet. this was an oversight on my part. doesnt explain what happened though Sad
If you truly lost your Bitcoins, I am sorry to hear this, the transactions are irreversible. However, the simple fact your wallet wasn't emptied immediately, but over the course of several hours leads me to believe you are bullshitting us.

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November 28, 2014, 01:23:22 AM
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what are you talking about? It was all moved at once. the hacker then distributed it over hours to multiple wallets.

Guys,can you please send mictro transactions to that address, linking to this forum post?



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November 28, 2014, 01:24:12 AM
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I wouldnt keep even 1BTC (mid-long term) in a wallet that i am not the only one controlling the private key.

You sir is retarded and you created your own misfortune. Sadly.

I still feel sorry though. I am canadian so i'll say it again. Sorry.

i totally agree.
keep it in paper wallet. this was an oversight on my part. doesnt explain what happened though Sad
If you truly lost your Bitcoins, I am sorry to hear this, the transactions are irreversible. However, the simple fact your wallet wasn't emptied immediately, but over the course of several hours leads me to believe you are bullshitting us.

these were my wallets. all emptied at once.
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1KFCQqWJMFp3jP2YXQv5ZMgmXeZfQ8Levs
1E1nAEXaffBHh3RPpB9EGexSGSLS9qVFWB
156VdKaw31FKNkDve1PLs3J4j2s1dnkfQc
1BUCKgFCb3UYcEEgEWibFSzgUnbpWRRfiC
12Un78NEExEM3SYoFYAQvKYwxtMJozb3K6



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November 28, 2014, 01:25:26 AM
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what are you talking about? It was all moved at once. the hacker then distributed it over hours to multiple wallets.

Guys,can you please send mictro transactions to that address, linking to this forum post?
It was not emptied immediately, the supposed "attacker" first got 13.73BTC, the change was sent back TO YOU, a change of 49.999 btc. Then the next 3 transactions same thing.

BTC:1AiCRMxgf1ptVQwx6hDuKMu4f7F27QmJC2
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