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Author Topic: Iota Tangle Unsecure? 1.12723Gi Stolen without compromising my seed.  (Read 71 times)
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December 06, 2017, 02:15:45 AM

I had my iota stolen, i opened a topic in another forum, but i want few more expert users opinion about it:

I have a old adress, that i received 73 days ago exactly 1.12723 Gi from bitfinex:
I thought that today my iotas was stolen but now i dont know what happened.
The missing fund is exactly 1.12723Gi, but i had a little more iotas in my wallet and only exactly 1.12723Gi gone, the exactly same balance that i got from bitfinex, if its was a robbery, why the thief didnt stolen all balance? or it just something wrong in the system/tangle?

Some few days ago, i tried to open my desktop wallet and it cant connect, so i download a newer version but showed me 0 iotas.
This was 2nd time that happens, the first time i was able to recover balance by rettaching new address some times.

So this time i tried it and didnt work. Tried to using reclaim tool too, but i am not sure what i did but didnt work too.
So i tried to rettach again more times and my balance appeared, i thought that was everything all right, but when i tried to send iotas i got KEY REUSE error. I guess because there is already another transaction trying to send the 1.12723Gi to another address but in this date, it wasnt appear in my wallet history, i just figure out it today via iotasear.
When i see iotasear, i noticed that some hours ago i saw in my wallet history a transaction, many rettach tries and 1 got confirmed: this transaction sent exactly 1.12723Gi to another address that i dont know and i dont have idea who belongs.

And now i dont know where is my 1.12723G, i dont understand what happened?


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