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Ways you may get phished
All credit for this is to MajesticGarden on TheHub. I did not write this, but just want to spread the awareness. 1) The credential stealer, or "locked out after depositing" This is the most common technique. A member sends you a PM with "your dox information", inappropriate listing, etc. and gives you the link. In order to get a clear mind, you follow the link (it's NOT a real market link, but rather a "proxy" link that fetches the real market data, but captures the POST data), log in your account, and see that everything is all right. The phisher gets your credentials, logs in, and cleans your balance by making a purchase. If there is no balance, the phisher takes note of your deposit address, and monitors it for incoming coins. When it hits 3 confirmations, he logs in, cleans your balance, and you make a "coins not received" or "coins vanished" post on Helpdesk. The phisher changes your password and PGP. You also make a "locked out after depositing" post. How to prevent: Simply use only official links. Don't follow random links. Note: Some phishing links are all around: Google, etc. so use only trusted sources. Some links look very similar to official ones. In doubt, add a moderator to the conversation. 2) The PIN stealer You follow a "special" phishing link that asks for your PIN and mnemonic upon login. Markets do not, and will NEVER, ask for your PIN on the login page. If the login page asks for your PIN, you are on a phishing page. You then make a deposit, and the phisher logs in, and uses your PIN to withdraw your coins. You then get shocked at your balance vanishing. You reset your password, but the phisher takes it back because he has the mnemonic. Game over. On your Balance page, you will see an authorized withdrawal made to an address that isn't yours. How to prevent: Only use official links. Note: Many users have been arguing about this one. There is no way to insert a withdrawal without having a valid session cookie and the PIN. We have investigated this throughly and the conclusion is that someone got your PIN. 3) The special deposit address You follow a special phishing link again, just like #1. You go on your Balance page, see your "deposit address", copy and paste it in your Bitcoin client, and send the coins straight to the attacker's wallet. You make a "coins not arrived" post, and get a "This isn't an market address" reply. That link fetches the data from the market, but changes the on-screen deposit address. You then check the PGP proof of ownership, and see that it doesn't validate. Some links even display their own PGP key in the contact page, so you validate the phisher's address using the phisher's key. You then send your coins to the phisher. How to prevent: Only use official links. Get the REAL market key and use it to validate stuff. 4) The withdrawal changer (less common) You have a malware or a BTC stealer process that changes the address in the clipboard when you copy / paste an address. You copy your wallet address, paste it in the "withdraw" field, it gets changed to the phisher's wallet, and you send the coins straight to them. This can happen on the real market if you got the malware. How to prevent: Don't install random stuff and stay away from Windows. Note: Some phishing links also change the address when you click Send, without requiring any type of malware. 5) Bitcoin system malfunction or fast deposit address. This is typically in a PM where a user is told that the system cannot accept deposits normally, or that they will be very slow, and will provide a bitcoin address for you to quickly send your money to. This is not an market address, this is a phisher's bitcoin address. Any bitcoin sent to a bitcoin address you got from a PM will be lost and cannot be recovered. --- Key points to remember --- - We strongly urge users to use 2FA when logging in. This eliminates 99% of phishing. - The login page does not ask for your PIN. If you have to enter your PIN on login, you are on a phishing page. - Do not use the same password elsewhere. Some users got compromised that way. - There is no way to change the password without knowing the original. If your password got changed, someone knew your previous one. - There is no way to withdraw without a PIN. An authorized withdrawal means that someone got your PIN. --- I've been phished, what can I do now? --- You can usually reset your password on the the markets forum or from another account. For AlphaBay is it the /forgot.php page. Make sure you are using an official link. If you use the password reset form using a phishing link, you should probably stay away from technology. If you lost money due to phishing, unfortunately there's nothing anyone can do about that.
Wallets Targeted In ‘Active And Ongoing’ Hack Attack
Bitcoin went into meltdown starting September 24 when the BTC price dropped by more than 10% in what some highly-respected commentators referred to as a bitcoin crash. The bad news for bitcoin continued through the week, with the price continuing to fluctuate around, and below, $8,000 (£6,500). Now bitcoin buyers have been issued a warning concerning another threat to their cryptocurrency investment; an "active and ongoing" threat campaign that steals bitcoin wallets. Security researchers from Juniper Threat Labs have reported how spyware delivered by a Trojan and using the encrypted Telegram messaging platform for data exfiltration, targets cryptocurrency wallets. The off-the-shelf malware, identified as "Masad Clipper and Stealer," is currently being distributed in black market forums online. The malware starts off free, but the prices ramp up to $85 (£69) for the versions with the most functionality. Juniper researchers discovered a Telegram group, with more than 300 members, where potential buyers can learn more and, it is thought, also get tech support. The Telegram messaging service, with more than 200 million users worldwide, is also being deployed as a command and control (C2) channel for the malware to provide anonymity to the operators. I say operators for a good reason: Masad is sold as an off-the-shelf package and therefore being used by multiple criminal actors. The Juniper researchers have found 338 different Telegram C2 bot IDs to date, which ties in nicely with the Telegram Masad support group membership. https://www.forbes.com/sites/daveywinde2019/09/28/post-crash-bitcoin-warning-as-wallets-targeted-in-active-and-ongoing-hack-attack/#6d3949323c14
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Hot! Fortnite Gamers Targeted by Malware That Steals BTC Addresses
I was shocked when I read this today. Fortnite - one of the most popular games in the world now - gamers got scammed. Scammers using malware that targets the Bitcoin (BTC) wallet addresses, as Cybersecurity firm Malwarebytes said. How did it happen? So, thieves are sneaking malicious data theft code into downloads that apparently promise “free” season six Fortnite Android versions, among other “bogus cheats, wallhacks and aimbots.” So-called “free V-Bucks” – an in-game currency that can be used to purchase additional gaming content – also conceal malicious packages of code. The download links were shared via scammers youtube channels. Interesting? Next more! As investigation said, more than 1,200 downloads had already been completed. A file named “Trojan.Malpack,” was a data stealer targeting Bitcoin wallets. The file in question reportedly attempted to redirect the siphoned information “via a POST command to an /index.php file in the Russian Federation, courtesy of the IP address The crypt mining malware (cryptojacking – among hackers) is continuously rising. source: cointelegraph
How to safely store omg when the wallet is released?
Hello, I have been reading a lot hacks recently, on mew(lots of), on electrum(java hack), on exodus(lots of), on ledger(phising machine - no support for coming sdk wallet?), on windows(wannacry), on webapps(copy hack, software hack). Let's analyze them one by one: Myetherwallet hacks: Possible reasons: 1)clicking a phising site(advertised phising link), mozilla-hacked app(phising), email(phising) 2)virus 3)windows os hacks 4)mew hack a) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2295614.0 For example, in this link a guy has his money stolen on mew. 1)he doesn't open third-party email, he directly enters the link he gave, and it's also legit link. (even though it's http, when you click it becomes https.) He seems to be no-fish-guy for a phising scam. 2)He has malwarebytes premium and avast premium. 3)he probably has windows. I don't know the possibility of this but for example malwarebytes blocked wannacry 1 week earlier anyway. 4)mew hack, high possibility because there's a lot of mew hacks around with similar hacks. (Also, he says just kick token users are hacked but there are other stolen tokens in the hacker's eth adress, you can find in comments.) https://steemit.com/myetherwallet/@mickymax/myetherwallet-hacked this has limited information with several people being hacked. https://www.reddit.com/MyEtherWallet/comments/6y1mif/myetherwallet_hacked/ this guy probably lost due to a phising attack. b)electrum(It only stores bitcoin, but I give it as an example) one of the safest and an example of wallet for years let it's users be hacked through java-type. there're people lost their lots of bitcoins. c)exodus: 1)this guy got hacked. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2116175.0 And people only exodus isn't safe enough, you shouldn't use exodus, use something else etc. No one is even bothering why he got hacked. 2)seed system's safety probability is very low in overall aspect. Think the 12 words as 12 random lined up letters, but this alphabet as thosands of letters. So, seed system allow their users have 12 random letters which has thousands of alphabet. Thus, if anyone makes a macro for hacking searching for any 12 letter(word) that could be anyone's wallet, the probability of someone being hacked is higher as exodus gains more users. In conclusion, someone being hacked randomly is a high probability(than private key) and it's getting higher and higher as the user number goes up. Also the words mostly aren't unique or anything, most of them I seen are daily words. Another guy: https://forums.boxmining.com/threads/small-eth-exodus-hack.118/ d)İf you buy your ledger not from original site, someone could probably send you hacked device or different device then take your funds. Also, getting ledger from the original site is very hard as there're lots of demand. And is it unknown if ledger will support omg new wallet? I couldn't find the link again but someone got hacked from a ledger he bought from ebay by a reputable seller. Here's another link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybvCO2gr97A e) windows protocol hacks From what I understand, this a mysterius and an unknown platform. In essence, if you're using windows then whatever anti-virus or malware you use, you could get hack, and you shoudn't surprise when you get hacked? Instead you should use linux f)chrome, mozilla, safari and their apps 1)differen addres copy-paste apps, hacked apps, stealer software apps, advertised virus sharer apps... 2)Also people say, just don't use chrome and mozilla, and just use safari or you could get hacked. So, In conclusion, İf you use linux, safari, no apps, malwarebytes, anti-virus(eset-kasper-avast...), no thirdparty and email, no clicking phising, and ledger on mew. (you seem to be safest, but if mew is hackeble, you could get hacked anyway?) ii)İf you use linux, safari, no apps, malwarebytes, anti-virus(eset-kasper-avast...), no thirdparty and email, no clicking phising, and mew or exodus you may be safe. (or you could get hacked like the first guy in the link I mentioned) iii)if you use windows, chrome, no apps, malwarebytes, anti-virus, no thirdparty and email, no clicking phising, and mew or exodus (you could get hacked through windows protocol, chrome for no reason?, or get hacked again like the people I mentioned.) For myself, I use windows 10, malwarebytes premium, avast premium, chrome, adblock, EAL thus no phising also bookmark, I'm not clicking any third party email, and I block them all. Strong passwords, and avast password. First, I don't trust mew, and exodus as people lose their life-long wealths without figuring out why(like the link example I mentioned). Second, new sdk wallet will be like mew? without 2fa? with phisings? bugs or hacks(even electrum, a years of wallet got hacked)? I may want to buy ledger, but as I have only less than 150 omg, I don't want spend a lot of money on ledger without knowing if ledger supports sdk wallet. Aren't you worry of being hacked without knowing why like these people? If you get hacked all of your joy, investment, hard-work here will be a fart. I also worry of bittrex being hacked, That's why I'm writing this as sdk wallet getting close. what can I do when it's released so I can sleep peacefully to not wake up one day that all my crypto gone. I don't want people to lose all their funds. I think there should open platforms like "I lost my funds on mew, let's figure out why" and post like "[solved] phising, [solved] trojan etc"
I got my first complaint. Now here is an open letter of response to that:
Hey guys. Today I got my fist complaint from an user, that in his right asked me for a quote and was disappointed when he got a much bigger quote from another seller. I quote his words, after I answered him with a quotation sell 21 UBTC: "FYI, you offered me near 0.001 with 10% commission. That would leave me around 0.0189 BTC (for 21 UBTC). I just received from seller 0.06941294 BTC for the same amount. Which was 0.0033, which was my initial estimation. That's 367% your offer. I hope your offer was from lack of professionalism, rather than trying to take 73% of my coins as commission." Dear [hiddenusername], First of all, I am glad that you did manage to sell your UBTC with a higher rate and are pleased with it. We have reputable sellers here on this subreddit, and we would like to keep building that trust and reputation, just so we can keep on helping everyone. Yours is the first complaint I have received since I started this work, and I take my work very seriously, so I will now take the time to answer to it accordingly. As for the inquiries about my offer, I would like to substantiate them, just so you know how I work: 1) As per my catalog, deposits of UBTC are enabled on coinegg.com, hb.top, aex.com, exx.com, zb.com, btctrade.im and coolcoin.com. I just checked the prices on these exchanges now, and here is what we have now at the market: 1) HB.TOP https://imgur.com/a/PBwuQ and https://imgur.com/a/rYyGi : Rate: 27.89 USDE each, and then 10124 USDE for 1 BTC, so that translates into a 0,00275 rate. 2) Aex.com https://imgur.com/a/Gl3Av : Rate: 0.0016, falling down to 0.0006 if you sell 100 UBTC, so a really shallow market (cannot know what it looked like on the day I sent you that quote, but can assure you it was as shallow as it is now). 3) Coinegg.com https://imgur.com/a/Hq7LO : Rate: 0.0180012, but falling to 0.0012 if you sell 9 coins. Again a really shallow market that approached the quote I sent you, finishing the sale at 0.001 for 21 UBTC 4) BTCtrade.im https://imgur.com/a/a2oRL : Rate: 0.0014, but falling to 0.0004 after the sale of 1.6 UBTC. real bad one. 5) exx.com https://imgur.com/a/fHHXD : Rate: 0.00302, but going down to 0.001 after the sale of about 200 UBTC. Cannot know if those 20something buy orders were there at the day I sent you that rate. Those amounts seem to be one guy wanting to buy 200+ coins, and trying to do average. After that, it falls to 0.00104 and 0.00095. 6) Coolcoin.com https://imgur.com/a/9HglR : Rate: 0.0011115, with a depth of 39 coins, falling to 0.00085. So lets do a quick analysis, top-to-bottom, of the prices. EXX had the best rate, but the buy order book seems to be from one person. I cannot really know what it looked like at the moment I send you that rate, but of course if it said 0.003 I would not send you 0.001. HB.TOP had the second best rate, but I cannot sell there as I do not have a chinese phone number, and cannot register. Third best price was Coinegg.com, but with a real shallow market, approaching the rate I sent you. Fourth best option was aex.com, but again with a shallow market, starting at 0.0016. Fifth best option was Coolcoin.com, that sustained a depth of about 21, but starting from 0.001115. Sixth one is btctrade.im, with just a shadow of a depth on the orderbook. So what happened? You sent me a reddit message about this sale, and I gave you a quick quote, and specially on one of my answers I said that you could check exx and coolcoin, so these two exchanges probably had the best price/depth at that moment. As for putting a sell order, that was possible, but I did not answer you about that because I was probably a little busy at the moment, and because this gap of 3 times the buy/sell price sometimes causes sell orders to stay up forever without getting executed, as volume is real low. From what I see, I did inform you of the correct rate at that moment, for that quick quote. Also, there's two things that I would like to reiterate: My money is my money. Your money is your money. I did not get to where I am by cheating on rates or stealing people's funds. I firmly believe in karma, that if I steal someone's money, my money is gonna go away too. I did not get to having 373.19351666 BTC go through one of my addresses ( 1EEcJgCfP4BnCuw5AUDpt39Bw1fHLbK5zj, this is mostly only the LBTC and BTCP fork) by stealing peoples coins. So I know that you felt bad about the deal that I gave you, and I know that you will probably never trade with me, and I understand your reasons. I also understand that I have not been unprofessional or deceitful of you, nor tried to cheat you. I am actually happy that you sold your fucking united-stealers-bitcoin for a bigger rate than what I was offering. Me and the other trusted sellers on BitcoinAirdropTrades, we do not make arrangements between ourselves, because we believe that the open market regulates itself. I have sold coins to eliteluxurytrades, to minyunhacker, and not so much to camku, but would not have the slightest problem trusting him, as trust is all that we have here. Sometimes I cannot work on a 10 coin trade because a whale asked me to sell 30000 LBTC for him. I would really like to believe that even you would prioritize stuff like that. I am a one-man-operation, and I don't have an automated system like walleting services, so I need to do everything manually. Most of the time, when there's any doubts about the rate of the shitcoin being dumped, I send print screens or txid's confirming the amounts sold and withdrawn from the exchange. I work in full transparency with my customers, and that has worked out so far. So, [hiddenusername], I am really sorry that I could not help you at that time, but I am not sorry for the way I work, I am not sorry for all the money I already sent to my clients (way more than a million dollars, I have lost count) and I am not sorry for the money I made during this work as well. Looking forward to keep doing business with you all!
[SERIOUS]Need help! ~>10BTC stolen, have lots of info, filed IC3 complaint, now waiting...HELP!?!
I'll try to be as brief, but vague (for obvious reasons) so here goes. I was hacked sometime ago and a fair share of BTC (to me at least, about 10 to 15) were stolen from my PC which had a virus downloaded off usenet by me (yes I know, I'm an idiot...but still a victim). A Wallet Stealer was used to steal my BTC and transfer to another BTC address. This BTC address has a ton of history and good information left behind in traces on the web. So I was able to nail down a name, a bunch of pseudonyms, email addresses, physical addresses, IP addresses, forum posts, etc etc etc ...to a fair degree of certainty to identify someone. This guy has HACKER written all over him. So I know who my attackethief is, but I'm not in a position to do anything about it. I have compiled all my research and submitted a IC3 complaint (I didn't go to the local police, they would laugh at me haha). I've also been in contact with exchanges this attacker has sent/received from (thanks to some ninja investigative skills), and they have actually been pretty reactive and helpful (even spoke to a COO). Now they just said to wait to hear back from the authorities...which I hope leads them to my IC3 complaint, or the other way around. Anyone have any contacts in the FBI/IC3 or some other cyber crime affiliated organizations (both US and international)? Maybe they can escalate my IC3 complaint or hear my story. I've reached out to the attacker asking him politely to return my BTC; no response. reddit, even if you can't help me, then maybe some publicity will lead to something. We can't let these types of guys get away...not only is he a shit-bag of an individual, but it's also bad for bitcoin in general...they devalue our currency. They'll go to BTC-E to sell em or buy gift card with the bitcoin, purchase goods and then re-sell for USD/fiat. It's a black market activity at that point. This guy is a criminal and this isn't his first offense. TLDR: was hacked, lost a bunch of BTC, have lots of info and I am waiting hopelessly to hear back from someone who can help. PS. I live in the US in case that wasn't clear by the IC3/FBI comments. PS#2. I know the story is vague...adding any more details to this post could jeopardize the investigation or tip off the thief. edit: sorry for extra ~ in title. edit2: reworded asking for upvotes, thanks nter.
Evrial Trojan Strips and Swaps Bitcoin, Monero, and Litecoin Address from Windows Clipboard
A new trojan virus going by the name Evrial is being actively sold and distributed among cyber crooks. Sparking concern, the novel attacker does more than merely strip stored credentials or access cookies, it also monitors the Windows clipboard and, when discerning specific text, can modify the cut and paste operation by inserting something else. This contaminates the process and, in a nutshell, the crypto trader or vendor can end up paying someone else. A Heads-Up from the Watchmen MalwareHunterTeam and Guido Not CISSP are the security researchers credited for first identifying and monitoring Evrial. The virus will monitor your clipboard, seek specific strings, and corrupt pasted data to hijack blockchain payments and digital commodity trades. In short, the loaded payment is not yours, but one controlled and received by the hacker. By monitoring your Windows clipboard for individual strings, Evrial makes it easy for attackers to hijack cryptocurrency payments. This is done by replacing legitimate payment addresses and URLs with addresses under the attacker’s control. Evrial is also savvy in a whole new way, being less easy to detect, incorporating tried and tested features like those of Reborn Stealer, and in the event of a lucky strike, can cost users in seconds. Further, intel from the watchmen points to a current sale price for Evrial of around $27 or around ₽1,500 in Russia. Boldly advertised, the marketing copy for Evrial includes details on how the product functions, where and how precisely to seek out exploitable data and also how to configure replacement strings to divert transactions successfully. Running off a web panel, once purchased, the hacker steers his ship from this panel and the virus is then geared to identify the address and other constructs as valuable. While many bugs can monitor your clipboard, the ability to modify content in a cheeky swap at the point of transaction takes things to a new threat level. While theoretically easily defeated, the virus has found an excellent application as it strikes at a moment when hackers anticipate the most vulnerable attack vector. Crypto Payment Line Leveraging the laborious nature of typing in Bitcoin addresses and other handles, Evrial knows that a large percentage of users will cut and paste this kind of information. Pasting in “your” address for payments with Evrial at play sees the hacker’s address substituting yours, which redirects funds to the hacker’s wallet instead. Because the amounts are often too small to justify forensic investigations, and because the transaction was completed as required to effect payment without your being aware of the swap, there is seldom merit in investigation or prospect of reversal. To compound matters, crypto stolen in this manner is typically moved right along the inaccessible blockchain within seconds, with the pursuit of cryptocurrency funds across the globe being infeasible. The same ironclad transactional security that makes the blockchain so attractive and reassuring now acts against aggrieved users in the event of Evrial managing to swap payment addresses. The trojan notes the string you copy, visits the panel to reconfigure the hacker’s address and then inserts this into your transaction. Not with unlimited capacity, the developer has ensured that supported strings detected and corrupted cover steam trade URLs, Monero, WebMoney, Qiwi, Litecoin and of course Bitcoin. Cyber-attack with People Skills While relatively simple to understand, Evrial’s strengths lay in its human understanding. Kicking in when most users feel entirely secure in what they are doing, passwords and wallets are easy targets for the virus. Also, it uploads screenshots of what you are doing on your device into a zip file on the hacker’s dashboard. The first line of defense is to have reliable anti-malware installed and updated on your computer. The second line of defense is to resolve to type in text when making transactions and dealing in other varieties of sensitive data.
I will be at the Miami conference, and I will consider investing if my questions have reasonable answers. Illegal contracts are particularly concerning to me. NECESSITY OF A NEW BLOCKCHAIN The whitepaper states that colored coins inherit the same limitations as the bitcoin protocol. Metacoins do not, but they cannot be truly secure without having a copy of the blockchain. How big of a problem is this? Hasn't the Electrum model worked for Bitcoin? Is there a big issue with just querying a bunch of supernodes to see if they all give the same result? Is it necessary to have absolute security with every contract, or only very high value transactions? Is it correct that metacoin clients won't need the first 14gb of the blockchain? BITCOIN BLOCKCHAIN SIZE Bitcoin Magazine's analysis showed that since storage capacity and internet bandwidth follow Moore's law, the blockchain size will not be a problem to store on phones. How many years from now should we predict that the blockchain size will become irrelevant? If the blockchain size were irrelevant, would that remove the need for ethereum? How much demand is there for blockchain contracts at this time, and how fast should we expect demand to accelerate? ETHEREUM BLOCKCHAIN How fast should we estimate the ethereum blockchain size will grow? What will be the effects of ethereum blockchain size growth several orders of magnitude greater than Bitcoin? Will this lead to more mining centralisation? TURING COMPLETENESS Is it reasonable to think the client can be sandboxed? What will be the effects of these, since the protocol is Turing complete: viruses, malware, adware, keyloggers, scam contracts, wallet stealers ILLEGAL CONTRACTS What will be the effects of illegal contracts? An assassination market, for example? Will the Silk Road be able to run on ethereum? Will a database of child porn be able to be stored? If there is child porn stored on the blockchain that is easily accessible, will it be legal to store the blockchain in any country? What will be the effects of running all the clients over Tor by default? Can a 60s block time with huge blocks work over Tor? SATOSHI'S ARGUMENTS In 2010, satoshi succesfully argued against including Namecoin into bitcoin, suggesting merge-mining instead.
"Piling every proof-of-work quorum system in the world into one dataset doesn't scale. Bitcoin and BitDNS can be used separately. Users shouldn't have to download all of both to use one or the other. BitDNS users may not want to download everything the next several unrelated networks decide to pile in either. The networks need to have separate fates. BitDNS users might be completely liberal about adding any large data features since relatively few domain registrars are needed, while Bitcoin users might get increasingly tyrannical about limiting the size of the chain so it's easy for lots of users and small devices." -- Satoshi
You can view the rest of his arguments in the thread here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1790.0;all DEVELOPER COMMENTS I have not seen any core bitcoin developers comment on ethereum. Is there somewhere besides the reddit and the thread on bitcointalk about it? I am not very technical, so sorry if some of my questions are invalid or stated incorrectly.
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