Located in Reviews, started by mrcurly, Mar 4, 2021
Did that damn timer open up a wormhole?
No it has nothing to do with it.
I am in IT so I know how it's done.
I am old but not stupid to tell you the way how to hack people.
I am done with you here. Need to go to the toilet and take a nap.
Have fun before the cop comes.
No, it's just credential stuffing. We have a blog post explaining it.
Was wondering what that countdown timer was for
i love that the scammer-in-question is gone.
Thank you for quoting [redacted] instead of erasing him completely, so we can follow the flow of the conversation.
Same scammer again, left me negative trade reviews too.
Also, this one https://www.namepros.com/members/mommypasis.146215/
It will be better if management can disable older accounts whom didn't post or became online for a while, true membership owners can contact with you for enabling them.
Can you please dislike my post I need just 1 dislike !
Thanks! Unfortunately the system can't count dislike like this. Can you please click on "dislike" link below my post. Appreciate Thank You!
Thank you for your time Must be a bug
Waiting and being excited to watch it real time.
Any account, including new accounts, can make the mistake of using the same login credentials on other websites.
The only solution is awareness, and this person is bringing a lot of awareness to members with poor security hygiene. Bravo on that.
For everyone else, there’s nothing to worry about. The attacker is only capable of going through combo lists, which are finite and will end: Learn more.
Just to put everyone's mind at ease, I've created a new user, @HackMe123. It has no special security other than a strong password. It doesn't even have 2FA enabled. If the attacker is able to get in, we'll give them $500. Break in and post from that account.
Don't hold your breath; it's quite clear from the logs that the attacker is unable to get into accounts with secure passwords.
A possible sign in method:
Step 1: pay @Paul $1,000 for the password.
Step 2: log in and lose $500
I see you've resorted to registering new accounts. The $500 offer still stands: break into @HackMe123 and receive $500. That account isn't special in any way; no extra security, no extra monitoring--nothing but a strong password. What's the holdup?
Prove your claim, and we'll happily pay you a security bounty.
Yes, but that's not going to help here. It's pretty much under control at this point. If your account has a secure password and you avoid risky trades, you'll be fine. This attacker is aiming for low-hanging fruit.
Dont worry, @Paul.
This was a *mic drop*
Love it! https://www.namepros.com/threads/4-letters-17-years-old-domain.1230850/#post-8190511
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