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#1 Allen Tan

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Posted 09 February 2017 - 11:12 AM

This site    came  to my browser but I do not know where it come from.  I checked it  on  http://www.badbitcoin.org   can't find anything on it.

 

I am just wondering if anyone had encounter with this one. This is about it.

 

Who we are
We are a team of crackers who are very interested in the innovative digital currency - Bitcoin and strongly believe in it's future. We do not like the fact that in the Bitcoin client exists a security flaw and we hope that our website will help to fix this security issue.

What we do
We find bugs in different mining pools and use them for our own purposes. We found a security flaw and we hope that our website will share some wealth to others.

Is this tool free
Yes. Try it for yourself. No download required.

Why share this for free
Because the Bitcoin developers have neglected our security concerns and we decided to release this to public so they can take action NOW!

OK. But why not use this only for yourself?
We have plenty of Bitcoins, thank you for your concern. Our mission is greater than that! We wish for the bankers to fall on their knees and free Humanity from financial slavery. That's why it's needed for as many people as possible to have Bitcoins. In Bitcoin we see the Revolution!

 

Yesterday  out of curious  I try it and my security device did not stop me so I guess its ok  and it  seem that it made me 1.55bitcoin  and it requested for  0.07.....  I forgot the exact amount to be paid to them before it deliver into my account..   I had not enough fund so I did not pay..  Along the line  yesterday  had  15.74 (my currency) and today its left with  11.67   and I am not sure if it  has something to do with it (mining from my account lol)

 

Now its coming back again  I am trying it again to see what happen next.

 

Its message box  looks suspicious too adds more curiousity only 3 people at the time .  I wrote something  and it was not posted

 

Please share your experience.if you have.

 

 

 

 


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#2 Allen Tan

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Posted 09 February 2017 - 11:16 AM

http://ultrabitcoinm...G0AV~noPN.php?#

 

This is the url.


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#3 Allen Tan

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Posted 09 February 2017 - 11:24 AM

Ok now I know and positive it comes from  Bonus bitcoin Because  it is the only site that  I had log in.


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#4 donald555

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Posted 19 February 2017 - 04:13 PM

The website address is www.ultrabitcoinminer.com. It looks similar to bitcoins generator Hack

 

There is new one just released in 2017

 

www.crypto-tools.org

 

A new debut 2017


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#5 pf4edward

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Posted 24 February 2017 - 05:25 PM

This site    came  to my browser but I do not know where it come from.  I checked it  on  http://www.badbitcoin.org   can't find anything on it.

 

I am just wondering if anyone had encounter with this one. This is about it.

 

Who we are
We are a team of crackers who are very interested in the innovative digital currency - Bitcoin and strongly believe in it's future. We do not like the fact that in the Bitcoin client exists a security flaw and we hope that our website will help to fix this security issue.

What we do
We find bugs in different mining pools and use them for our own purposes. We found a security flaw and we hope that our website will share some wealth to others.

Is this tool free
Yes. Try it for yourself. No download required.

Why share this for free
Because the Bitcoin developers have neglected our security concerns and we decided to release this to public so they can take action NOW!

OK. But why not use this only for yourself?
We have plenty of Bitcoins, thank you for your concern. Our mission is greater than that! We wish for the bankers to fall on their knees and free Humanity from financial slavery. That's why it's needed for as many people as possible to have Bitcoins. In Bitcoin we see the Revolution!

 

Yesterday  out of curious  I try it and my security device did not stop me so I guess its ok  and it  seem that it made me 1.55bitcoin  and it requested for  0.07.....  I forgot the exact amount to be paid to them before it deliver into my account..   I had not enough fund so I did not pay..  Along the line  yesterday  had  15.74 (my currency) and today its left with  11.67   and I am not sure if it  has something to do with it (mining from my account lol)

 

Now its coming back again  I am trying it again to see what happen next.

 

Its message box  looks suspicious too adds more curiousity only 3 people at the time .  I wrote something  and it was not posted

 

Please share your experience.if you have.

So, help me understand:

 

+ you clicked the link and it began generating bitcoin, 1.15BtC?

+ Then it asked you for 0.07BtC in order for them to give it to you the 1.15BtC hacked? (Suspicion #1)

 

What about in your BtC wallet, was there a transaction log entry recorded? (Suspicion #2 if there was none)

Does the wallet balance coincide with the amt promised you? (Suspicion #3 if it didn't)

 

Finally, was it a scam all along, since you paid the 0.07BtC?

(Suspicion #4 -- Why can't they deduct the 0.07BtC from the hack and give you the 1.07BtC instead? They pocket the 0.07BtC "hack fee:, and you get the difference.  If Bitcoin is NOT a Bitcoin, then i understand the scam.  If a Bitcoin IS a Bitcoin whether it's hacked or not, i don't understand the "fee")

 

Questions questions.


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#6 Allen Tan

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Posted 25 February 2017 - 01:42 AM

So, help me understand:

 

+ you clicked the link and it began generating bitcoin, 1.15BtC?

+ Then it asked you for 0.07BtC in order for them to give it to you the 1.15BtC hacked? (Suspicion #1)

 

What about in your BtC wallet, was there a transaction log entry recorded? (Suspicion #2 if there was none)

Does the wallet balance coincide with the amt promised you? (Suspicion #3 if it didn't)

 

Finally, was it a scam all along, since you paid the 0.07BtC?

(Suspicion #4 -- Why can't they deduct the 0.07BtC from the hack and give you the 1.07BtC instead? They pocket the 0.07BtC "hack fee:, and you get the difference.  If Bitcoin is NOT a Bitcoin, then i understand the scam.  If a Bitcoin IS a Bitcoin whether it's hacked or not, i don't understand the "fee")

 

Questions questions.

You are accurate.   I did not pay 0.07BTC   Then it came back another still asking for 0.07BTC.  I just ignore it because I don't really understand what's its all about.. To me hack is a bad thing to do.


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#7 pf4edward

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Posted 26 February 2017 - 12:29 AM

You are accurate.   I did not pay 0.07BTC   Then it came back another still asking for 0.07BTC.  I just ignore it because I don't really understand what's its all about.. To me hack is a bad thing to do.

Actually, on the contrary, hacks are great when it benefits others to freedom... freedom to not sin. :-)


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#8 ajay_dce

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Posted 26 February 2017 - 07:03 AM

Allen avoid such type of faucets/programs which start demanding fee before the can make payout.they lure people and then decamp with the Bitcoins


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#9 Edwal Richards

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Posted 05 July 2017 - 11:22 AM

This all sounds like a rip off to me so beware.


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#10 Ed Forshaw

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Posted 05 July 2017 - 04:11 PM

This sounds just like a bitcoin version of the Nigerian email scam where they tell you you can get a million bucks if you just pay the

5 thousand dollars in " Fees and taxes". Any time any site tells you that you have to pay them before they will pay you it is surely a scam.

 

 Beware of anything to do with bitcoin online as  99% of the programs promising that you will earn huge amounts of it are bullshit.

 

Man  I really hate scams.....

 

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The bitcoin system is by nature un-hackable so anyone saying they have a "hack" is full of it.


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#11 aditya

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Posted 06 July 2017 - 01:08 PM

I did pay twice to check out. Lost  money as expected.


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#12 rpsmith

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Posted 27 August 2017 - 05:30 PM

I've seen a number of these scams. Even tried one. When it demanded payment I moved on.  Sadly, these are showing up more and more.


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