How did someone get my password at 3dice?

rma20

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Hey everyone, I have a account at 3dice. I usually just like to play in tournaments there for free. But I was checking out my account information today and someone multiple times from my IP address tried to make deposits through okpay and it has happened quite a few times over the last two months! They just said open not executed or anything. I never deposit hardly so I never noticed to look at the transaction history on real play. The problem is no one else uses my computer! I have it password locked! There is literally no way for anyone to use my computer and log in there on my IP address.

So can someone who is computer savvy tell me what went on? 3dice was very helpful and is looking into it. But I want to know how this happened? They said to just change my password.

I have Norton virus and all of that. I am just confused how this happened and how to prevent it in the furutre? I cleared all my browser history. I am going to uninstall and reinstall 3dice on my computer. Honestly, I am nervous to play there. And what if I had made a withdrawal? Would someone have gotten all that information too?
 

vinylweatherman

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Hey everyone, I have a account at 3dice. I usually just like to play in tournaments there for free. But I was checking out my account information today and someone multiple times from my IP address tried to make deposits through okpay and it has happened quite a few times over the last two months! They just said open not executed or anything. I never deposit hardly so I never noticed to look at the transaction history on real play. The problem is no one else uses my computer! I have it password locked! There is literally no way for anyone to use my computer and log in there on my IP address.

So can someone who is computer savvy tell me what went on? 3dice was very helpful and is looking into it. But I want to know how this happened? They said to just change my password.

I have Norton virus and all of that. I am just confused how this happened and how to prevent it in the furutre? I cleared all my browser history. I am going to uninstall and reinstall 3dice on my computer. Honestly, I am nervous to play there. And what if I had made a withdrawal? Would someone have gotten all that information too?


Are you on a wireless home network?
Does anyone else live with you, or visit regularly, who is not SUPPOSED to know your password, but might somehow have obtained it?

The first line of defence is to immediately change your password, and then keep a close eye on your account. You can ask 3Dice to monitor whether there are further login attempts using what would now be your old password.

The fact that this has come from your own IP address suggests that if it hasn't been done through your computer, it has at least been done through your internet connection, which would be possible if you were on a wireless network which had been hacked into.
 

rma20

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I am on wireless but it is password protected. So someone could have hacked into that? I know 100% it is not the other person who lives here with me. They weren't here when it happened! They said it was from my IP and literally came from my computer. So it wasn't anyone else here.

I am worried what else they stole? Like was it just 3dice? I am doing a computer security scan now but I am not sure what to really even look for..
 

rockycatt

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if you have a failed atempt at depositeing or timed out the charge will stay as open then you delete it yourself its happened to me numorus times , if you got hacked then money would have changed hands and i dont think that happened
4 now R C
 

rma20

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The thing is though I haven't used okpay. And it whoever it was tried to use okpay today to deposit 23.00. And there are multiple dating all the way back to start of February! So that doesn't make sense that it was just a failed attempt? Or am I not understanding?

Thanks for all the help too! : )
 

cdomi66

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Sounds pretty odd. If the logins are from "your" ip address, how does that have anything to do with 3Dice? Would seem it's a security issue from your side.

Changing passwords and checking the security of your internet connection definitely a major.

Seriously wouldn't be looking at 3Dice for your issue, I'd be looking closer to home...
 

rma20

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I am not saying it is 3dice. I am saying it happened at 3dice. That is why I asked how this could haven't happened on my end. Example, asking about my broswer and security stuff.
 

rma20

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I also said 3dice was being very helpful and looking into it.

That is why I am asking how it could have happened. I know that it is not a issue with 3dice.
 

rma20

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Nope! 3dice said it looked like someone got my password from getting into my IP address somehow.
 

barx7

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Nope! 3dice said it looked like someone got my password from getting into my IP address somehow.

Do you know if your using WEP ? WEP and WPA1 can be easily hacked right enough.

xxx.esecurityplanet.com/views/article.php/3924726/Upgrading-WiFi-Security-from-WEP-to-WPA2.htm
 

bb28

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Could you clarify a couple of things, please.

Someone hacked or has your password to 3 Dice?

Someone hacked or has your password to OKPay, also? Ok pay requires a password right?

Also I thought OK pay wasn't working anymore, right?
 

rma20

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Someone that somehow got into my 3dice account by stealing my password. Then they tried to make okpay deposits. I have no clue what they did with the okpay. I don't even have a account with okpay. They said all they could see was someone from my computer tried to deposit using okpay.

That is why I was asking what you guys thought. Because I really am nervous about something being wrong with my whole computer or just the 3dice account.

I have changed my password and all of that. Did a virus scan and it found nothing wrong!
 

bb28

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You need to check your computer for trojans. I don't know if Norton does a good job at that now or not. I quit using Norton years ago.
Maybe someone else can recommend something that will check specifically for trojans.
 

bb28

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Someone that somehow got into my 3dice account by stealing my password. Then they tried to make okpay deposits. I have no clue what they did with the okpay. I don't even have a account with okpay. They said all they could see was someone from my computer tried to deposit using okpay.

That is why I was asking what you guys thought. Because I really am nervous about something being wrong with my whole computer or just the 3dice account.

I have changed my password and all of that. Did a virus scan and it found nothing wrong!

Did someone set up a OKpay account in YOUR name?
 

Seventh777

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Firstly, download a keylogger locater software, this is very good and simple to use
You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.
, seems like someone hacked into your PC and used it from your end = the only possible explanation.

As far as beating your password goes have you set up a password for an administrator also?, if not, it is this easy, start PC in safe mode, log on as administrator, go to user accounts open your user account and change password, you do not need the old one.
 

HadEnouth

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Firstly, download a keylogger locater software, this is very good and simple to use
You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.
, seems like someone hacked into your PC and used it from your end = the only possible explanation.

As far as beating your password goes have you set up a password for an administrator also?, if not, it is this easy, start PC in safe mode, log on as administrator, go to user accounts open your user account and change password, you do not need the old one.

You are real smart guy, What bad info you pass out.

Dont visit that site, It will attempt to install a trojon on your computer.

Norton Safe Web has analyzed dewasoft.com for safety and security problems. Below is a sample of the threats that were found.

dewasoft.com
Threat Report

Total threats found: 2

Small-whitebg-red Viruses (what's this?)

Threats found: 2
Here is a complete list: (for more information about a specific threat, click on the Threat Name below)
Threat Name: Backdoor.Trojan
Location: h**p://dewasoft.com/Software/CrazyTyping/crazytyping20.zip <<<< dont click


Threat Name: Direct link to Backdoor.Trojan
Location: h**p://dewasoft.com/Software/CrazyTyping/CrazyTyping.htm <<<< dont click


And that file will be a keylogger, Instead of removing the logger, It will install one.

Norton is rather good these days at catching things. I use the lastest Norton Internet Security 2012.
 
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Seventh777

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You are real smart guy, What bad info you pass out.

Dont visit that site, It will attempt to install a trojon on your computer.

Norton Safe Web has analyzed dewasoft.com for safety and security problems. Below is a sample of the threats that were found.

dewasoft.com
Threat Report

Total threats found: 2

Small-whitebg-red Viruses (what's this?)

Threats found: 2
Here is a complete list: (for more information about a specific threat, click on the Threat Name below)
Threat Name: Backdoor.Trojan
Location:
You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.



Threat Name: Direct link to Backdoor.Trojan
Location:
You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.



And that file will be a keylogger, Instead of removing the logger, It will install one.

Norton is rather good these days at catching things. I use the lastest Norton Internet Security 2012.

Okay, i`m going to put this down to the excitement that is caused by you learning to write in sentences, I just downloaded that keylogger software and scanned it with malwarebytes....

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I have used this software many times, now go use a decent virus scanner and do some research on what a false positive is, don`t worry about apologising i`m not in the mood.
 

HadEnouth

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Okay, i`m going to put this down to the excitement that is caused by you learning to write in sentences, I just downloaded that keylogger software and scanned it with malwarebytes....

View attachment 32080

I have used this software many times, now go use a decent virus scanner and do some research on what a false positive is, don`t worry about apologising i`m not in the mood.

I know what a false positive is. Dont try and get smart with me. That site has a trojon, Simple as that. This guy needs proper help, Not someone pointing him to use outdated software. With questionable contents.
 

Tirilej

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I know what a false positive is. Dont try and get smart with me. That site has a trojon, Simple as that. This guy needs proper help, Not someone pointing him to use outdated software. With questionable contents.

Why in the world are you so rude HadEnouth?
If you know so much more than Seventh, then I think you should try to help the OP instead.
I think he knows what he is doing.
 

Seventh777

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I know what a false positive is. Dont try and get smart with me. That site has a trojon, Simple as that. This guy needs proper help, Not someone pointing him to use outdated software. With questionable contents.

Right hotshot, the link I gave is for kldetector 13, now prepare yourself for this the link you gave is a direct link to malware entitled crazytyping20 so in your ill prepared all guns blazing attack on me, for, and I quote `Giving a link for a trojan` you have posted direct links to a virus that had nothing to do with with the link I posted whatsoever...

NOTE TO MODS REMOVE THE LINKS HE POSTED THEY ARE A DIRECT DOWNLOAD FOR THIS - DESCRIBED IN FULL DETAIL CRAZYTYPING20.

Other people may take this opportunity to read about kldetector13 as it is depicted here.................

You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.


Now take a long deep breath and read what is said about kldetector13 on that site.

Priceless, absolutely priceless, pmsl.
 
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