@quibus No I am saying that it looks like he has hacked the pool.poolofd32th.club Account?
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@lithstud You may well be right, it's just that for some Weeks I Monitored H and the raids seemed to take place in batches as if it had a human behind it....
Either way it's not the main issue and it continues to be a pain in the ass. I urge anyone with the time or skills to do some further analysis of what's and how he does it to take a look.
It has changed over time, in the early Days the accounts were all easy to crack for a variety of reasons which I won't go into. Now there are some that do not look like they should have been possible.
The possible approach that worries me the most is when a while ago we were shown that with a small hack to an online Wallet that passphrases could just be logged.
Finally I have not seen this mentioned but in his recent hits there is this sequence.
12201425830678183656 5,170 Burst E925-FACX-C2X8-49772 2017-12-03 19:30:49 1008693753108881926 3,922 Burst E925-FACX-C2X8-49772 2017-12-03 17:32:12 17469318369740058545 10,357 Burst E925-FACX-C2X8-49772 2017-12-03 03:42:46 5750588520185042574 2,582 Burst E925-FACX-C2X8-49772 2017-12-02 21:33:34 11436595209164785365 3,861 Burst E925-FACX-C2X8-49772 2017-12-02 19:33:55 10892710347538568685 2,580 Burst E925-FACX-C2X8-49772 2017-12-02 18:00:58 13755455755917716828 553.72 Burst E925-FACX-C2X8-49772 2017-12-02 17:01:04 2556441643706570330 12,499.4 Burst E925-FACX-C2X8-49772 2017-12-02 14:29:31
Where the address is for pool.poolofd32th.club
Would have thought this would have had a mention somewhere?
Six minutes later, 8 Burst was transferred to the "H" account. This has to be a bot, who is going to manually do this for 3 Burst net gain?
Agreed it's small beer, but have seen this from H many times. It is a lot of work for a small amount but it would be one sophisticated Bot to carry out that sequence of events, so I reckon it's manual?
@fenix12585 Sorry to hear that your wallet has been hacked by the Serial Wallet hacker H. A significant number of wallets that he hacked used weak / short / obvious / quotation based passphrases, there are very few cases of the standard 12 Word passphrase being compromised. Can I ask if you used the standard 12 Word Passphrase when you opened the account or something of your own?
EDIT. Just seen your password description above. If your 29 Characters were truly random, then it will not have been hacked.
Week 10 Dividend has just been paid.
rbconnect (16760211248617186525) Total found assets: 10000, Assets to be distributed: 8000 Summary of proposed distribution of 61600BURST to 33 Based on asset holders at timestamp 105257635 (Sun, 26 Mar 2017 18:13:55 GMT) ---------------------- Number of assets, Account, Payout amount 900, BURST-WK99-ZBDC-DKEY-2MAXD, 6930 778, BURST-L47J-TKLH-7D4N-HC7UF, 5990.6 731, BURST-2CNG-DEWM-BVXL-8EFK2, 5628.7 653, BURST-K6EW-XD34-56JS-8CW9S, 5028.1 630, BURST-MKWC-BBMJ-G83Z-7L9YX, 4851 557, BURST-YUHJ-6284-85Q5-42KZP, 4288.9 500, BURST-8BZA-X4LU-HSN6-DWGGA, 3850 500, BURST-ACGB-YGHQ-G9ZL-5XD7U, 3850 450, BURST-SP8N-FB45-CYE7-7PABT, 3465 300, BURST-NNK7-5EKB-49CK-HN9SG, 2310 300, BURST-9GFJ-XN64-BJC2-42CZ4, 2310 242, BURST-NYSA-A49T-E5F3-6BCAP, 1863.4 236, BURST-VNQF-KHQQ-3XEL-89WGT, 1817.2 200, BURST-H6L4-XQ42-VW49-7R9MW, 1540 184, BURST-4KQY-WWV6-C69K-78P5H, 1416.8 129, BURST-KWSL-BXAE-ENKZ-BM3R8, 993.3 100, BURST-V22U-GXVF-353N-9F2EL, 770 100, BURST-PJHX-42PV-QVKC-7Z8ZN, 770 91, BURST-S94A-Z3T5-TDZT-AK6NB, 700.7 80, BURST-6BWK-PWB2-BCSV-5EK7B, 616 60, BURST-RKW5-ZVFT-JU69-6X4JC, 462 55, BURST-PLCR-8B9M-FVUH-7WLR8, 423.5 50, BURST-Q3ZQ-NBP4-NJBT-FXGJH, 385 39, BURST-37RB-NT8M-TEQC-2P8SK, 300.3 27, BURST-QE2W-GNDE-Y6UY-AX25Z, 207.9 25, BURST-PEAS-CEXY-N63L-CBTMG, 192.5 21, BURST-KAJS-UPYW-LLT6-GQG3Y, 161.7 17, BURST-YZVZ-7KQA-V2TE-53Y99, 130.9 13, BURST-VX6R-BJXQ-XNPL-G2SGG, 100.1 10, BURST-J6NB-GNA3-PZ4Q-8DPNY, 77 10, BURST-TWTS-VEYX-UDWT-3373X, 77 10, BURST-VCCR-PQLZ-P9NW-C7ABF, 77 2, BURST-5FVJ-HBTW-8MFA-8ZR69, 15.4 Amount paid, Account, TX 6930, BURST-WK99-ZBDC-DKEY-2MAXD, 12003385359142106961 5990.6, BURST-L47J-TKLH-7D4N-HC7UF, 11897649531952279925 5628.7, BURST-2CNG-DEWM-BVXL-8EFK2, 2239044344703527784 5028.1, BURST-K6EW-XD34-56JS-8CW9S, 8630896858688823690 4851, BURST-MKWC-BBMJ-G83Z-7L9YX, 15575531951022517111 4288.9, BURST-YUHJ-6284-85Q5-42KZP, 17558542520443670370 3850, BURST-8BZA-X4LU-HSN6-DWGGA, 13815706027179875380 3850, BURST-ACGB-YGHQ-G9ZL-5XD7U, 2452036494138263175 3465, BURST-SP8N-FB45-CYE7-7PABT, 3628103324487947616 2310, BURST-NNK7-5EKB-49CK-HN9SG, 17349764611732160972 2310, BURST-9GFJ-XN64-BJC2-42CZ4, 11852251349038010878 1863.4, BURST-NYSA-A49T-E5F3-6BCAP, 7414529919689613533 1817.2, BURST-VNQF-KHQQ-3XEL-89WGT, 9203482970154066194 1540, BURST-H6L4-XQ42-VW49-7R9MW, 13637349141840384048 1416.8, BURST-4KQY-WWV6-C69K-78P5H, 9897872395459136518 993.3, BURST-KWSL-BXAE-ENKZ-BM3R8, 15625923145709360248 770, BURST-V22U-GXVF-353N-9F2EL, 308476416198959910 770, BURST-PJHX-42PV-QVKC-7Z8ZN, 17368596096602463269 700.7, BURST-S94A-Z3T5-TDZT-AK6NB, 4632642194217938231 616, BURST-6BWK-PWB2-BCSV-5EK7B, 7352299293103964967 462, BURST-RKW5-ZVFT-JU69-6X4JC, 11820631709817254539 423.5, BURST-PLCR-8B9M-FVUH-7WLR8, 8169002751428583652 385, BURST-Q3ZQ-NBP4-NJBT-FXGJH, 13433330823782779894 300.3, BURST-37RB-NT8M-TEQC-2P8SK, 14726860469407602708 207.9, BURST-QE2W-GNDE-Y6UY-AX25Z, 5415301711402456019 192.5, BURST-PEAS-CEXY-N63L-CBTMG, 5107527077389018490 161.7, BURST-KAJS-UPYW-LLT6-GQG3Y, 10138280881970327060 130.9, BURST-YZVZ-7KQA-V2TE-53Y99, 11103996917073013406 100.1, BURST-VX6R-BJXQ-XNPL-G2SGG, 18065905243149494323 77, BURST-J6NB-GNA3-PZ4Q-8DPNY, 5514046858880117380 77, BURST-TWTS-VEYX-UDWT-3373X, 14479290112464010557 77, BURST-VCCR-PQLZ-P9NW-C7ABF, 15675755982155115435 15.4, BURST-5FVJ-HBTW-8MFA-8ZR69, 4622656990683269702 ------------All transactions processed------------
ROI now stands at 77.62% and the average Weekly Interest Percentage is holding up nicely at 1.09%. Forecast for ROI is right on the turn of the Year.
Massive 50% gain for BTC during the Week and good to see Burst touching 100 a couple of times.
@dillion Asset should never have been "revalued" above 5 in the first place. I warned about what would happen. It's a great Asset be pleased that you can buy at 5. :-)
@roscoe No problem I don't like them any more than you do :-) But we are swimming with Sharks here and you are going to get bitten now and again. Thing to make sure of is that you are only playing with money you can afford to loose and even within that put smaller percentages on the higher risks.
@roscoe I am afraid that virtually everything in Crypto is high risk and either a potential scam, or a potential failure. There are many that regard even Bitcoin as just a Bubble waiting to burst.
In all cases you have to make a judgement call when to Buy and when to Sell, get it right and you can make Money get it wrong and you lose. It's no different than the Stock Market ar any other form of investment, the only difference is that it's less regulated and things move much faster.
Just take a look at any of the hexabot chat and you would have found 50% of people declaring it a Scam that must fail and the other half declaring it the best thing since sliced bread.
If you look at my post further up this thread you will see that I asked a reasonable question and was told that I was kicked from the program because "I was confusing people"
As it turned out my question about the sustainability of the program was probably on the Money.
This was always a high risk time 4 -6 Weeks from when a lot of people got going and would be thinking of making an ROI, so just after the Big Monday Swing payment there would be a lot of withdrawals and they decide that was enough and pulled the plug.
If this was legit Peter or Jerry would have posted something by now. Like all these things. Good while it lasted.
@umpata Of course being haitch verified does not prevent Asset issuers from going Rogue however I take it as a strong indication the the asset issuer is serious.
What is your reason for not getting verified?
Why don't you answer some of my other questions?
What do you propose to do with the Burst that you raise from the sale.
Finally thank you for reminding me that it's up to me whether I buy or not. For me the final Red Flag that I needed.
My recommendation is to Avoid this Asset.
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