FAQ - BEWARE OF FAKE PHISHING SITES + FAKE GOOGLE APPS


xtraelv
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#0

Using a pin for 2FA is not recommended. It is easy for a hacker to use a keystroke logger on your computer to gain access to your password and pincode.

Some recent coin wallets have had keystroke loggers and viruses built into them. For this reason you should never have coinwallets on the computer you use to access an exchange.

 

You should also ALWAYS use google authenticator APP or a Cryptopia device for 2FA.

 

There has also been a site on popular search engines that looks like Cryptopia that has been phishing passwords and pin numbers. 

 

There are also FAKE Cryptopia APPS on google play. Cryptopia does not have an official app.

 

WARNING ******** fake site cryptopia-login.com ******** WARNING

WARNING ******** fake site  cryptopià.com ******** WARNING

WARNING ******** fake site  cryptopia.ws ******** WARNING

WARNING ******** fake site  cryptopia.cx ******** WARNING

 

Never click on links to Cryptopia (always type it in your browser)  and always check the security certificate of the site that you are visiting.

 

Cryptopia has no way of identifying a thief if they use valid logon credentials. It is like when your bank card AND PIN have been stolen - the ATM or bank is not at fault.

If you visit a scam site that looks like Cryptopia you are giving the scammer your email address, password and 2FA

That is not hacking - it is known as phishing. Cryptopia has no way of knowing that a scammer has all your VALID login cerdentials because YOU have accidentally given it to them.

For this reason you should take extreme care in keping your logon credentials safe. For extra security use a unique email address that you only use for Cryptopia. Have 2FA enabled on that email addres as well.

 

Cryptopia actively blocks accounts from scammers and accounts used for theft. Cryptopia also frequently complains to google and other search engines when a fake website appears.

 

Report any posts that claim to be from Cryptopia that are not pinned in th forums - all approved notices have a green pin on the forum. Cryptopia does not have a support line or make offers in the trollbox, forums or on discord. All Site Developers, Admins and Moderators can easily be identified in the trollbox by their shields or medals.

 

https://i.imgur.com/F0UsCfZ.png

 

 

 GOOGLE HAS BEEN NOTIFIED AND HAS SO FAR FAILED TO REMOVE THE FAKE APPS. 

 

BEWARE : Some coin personal wallets contain viruses and keystroke loggers that may steal the information from your computer. This is why every wallet on Cryptopia is code reviewed before a coin is listed.

 

 



Posted: 1/8/2018 7:10:48 AM Edited: Yesterday 4:59:26 AM
209lites
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#1

Esto me suena a una buena preparación de salida del problema. Ahora la culpa ya no es de crup tópica es de los hakers o nuestra.

increible que busquen excusas. Sería mejor que diesen más información y no se refugien en que crecieron muy rápido.

yo no les pido parte de sus beneficios millonarios. De momento cálculo que ami personalmente hoy por hoy estoy dejando de ganar 200$ cada 6 horas por su supuesta por qué al final la culpa será nuestra.



Posted: 1/11/2018 8:46:51 PM
Jojo0987
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#2

laughing Great post 



Posted: 1/12/2018 4:33:26 AM
Alexey_Fedorov
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#3

I very want the management of the Cryptopia exchange to pay attention on this fake sites and apps. I hope you can cancel all recent transfer of coins from my account to Kitten7x. He have thieved my coins tonight via Cryptopia App on Google Play. Fuck Fuck Fuck!!!

 

Dear Cryptopia Team, Did you blocked account Kitten7x ? Can you return coins on my account?



Posted: 1/12/2018 7:28:03 AM Edited: 1/15/2018 5:58:28 AM
xtraelv
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#4

I very want the management of the Cryptopia exchange to pay attention on this fake sites and apps. I hope you can cancel all recent transfer of coins from my account to Kitten7x. He have thieved my coins tonight via Cryptopia App on Google Play. Fuck Fuck Fuck!!!

Alexey_Fedorov: 1/12/2018 7:28:03 AM

 Google Play have been told numerous times that the APPS listed there are fake. Google ads have even listed fake Cryptopia, Bittrex and Yobit phishing sites.  Google needs to pay more attention.



Posted: 1/12/2018 8:51:34 AM Edited: 1/12/2018 8:52:04 AM
209lites
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#5

creo que estais jugando con nuestras monedas?

el caso que me pertenece es Dimecoin. me teneis retenidas las monedas y ahora estan subiendo. cuando me las devolvereis cuando bagen?

no sabeis nada vosotros



Posted: 1/12/2018 3:36:49 PM
xtraelv
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#6

creo que estais jugando con nuestras monedas?

el caso que me pertenece es Dimecoin. me teneis retenidas las monedas y ahora estan subiendo. cuando me las devolvereis cuando bagen?

no sabeis nada vosotros

209lites: 1/12/2018 3:36:49 PM

 



Posted: 1/13/2018 1:07:57 AM
ciconsulting
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#7

Really?  Beware of Cryptopia too, withdrawals never received and there's no support for it.



Posted: 1/16/2018 2:52:45 PM
xtraelv
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#8

Really?  Beware of Cryptopia too, withdrawals never received and there's no support for it.

ciconsulting: 1/16/2018 2:52:45 PM

 



Posted: 1/17/2018 12:32:50 AM
Kola1201
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#9

HELP THE TRANSACTION TO WITHDRAW IS NOT CONFIRMED # 2498231 



Posted: 1/18/2018 5:58:34 AM
omer_blkbsi
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#10

Helpppp!!!!Where are my rdd coin,rbt coin,xvg coin?

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Posted: 1/18/2018 3:18:47 PM
omer_blkbsi
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#11

Please help me.



Posted: 1/18/2018 3:19:43 PM
savvasalonica
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#12

Mine too brother !!!!!

 

Withdraw History


 
 
# Currency Amount Fee Status TransactionId Address Timestamp
               
2593552
 
 BTC
0.05413869 0.00100000 Complete
39b3cc5bc4cf7559bb23d26252900b1886e71e4323f65ee0d8f1c8bb937d0530
1Kcc1yMNkq4npEZ5GiTVdryDFb4WnFi6Bt
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Posted: 1/18/2018 5:25:32 PM
Chub20
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#13

My account got hacked last night, wondering did any one else get there email authentication disabled? all my coins wiped out and no email for me to confirm the withdrawal! where do I stand with this?



Posted: 1/18/2018 6:54:19 PM Edited: 1/18/2018 6:54:54 PM
Easyfries1
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#14

Yes, the same thing happened to me, I think I hit that phising site. I'm not sure how they withdrew the money without access to my email, I never received an email for the withdrawel confirmation.

 

UPDATE - Nevermind, I see that they updated my security settings to disable withdrawel email confirmation.



Posted: 1/18/2018 7:56:05 PM Edited: 1/18/2018 7:58:38 PM
omer_blkbsi
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#15

who will give us?
 


Posted: 1/18/2018 9:11:06 PM
omer_blkbsi
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#16

there can be no such irresponsibility
 


Posted: 1/18/2018 9:11:32 PM
jperrin
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#17

I would highly reccomend everyone to turn on Google 2FA, I just turned it on, and didn't realize that it was an option until today. It really should be the default option.

 

I would also highly advise Cryptopia to turn off the ability to have a pin as 2FA, and require all users to use Google 2FA. Pin 2FA is a joke, and causes users to be less secure.



Posted: 1/18/2018 9:30:31 PM
ImyIQ
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#18

BUMP This one. 

 

I would suggest Cryptopia team to contact Google through any possible communication tool and callout this thread on Front page, Twitter and other socials.

Also, screw "2FA" PIN option, PIN is not 2 Factor in any way. 



Posted: 1/18/2018 9:53:39 PM
xtraelv
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#19

BUMP This one. 

 

I would suggest Cryptopia team to contact Google through any possible communication tool and callout this thread on Front page, Twitter and other socials.

Also, screw "2FA" PIN option, PIN is not 2 Factor in any way. 

ImyIQ: 1/18/2018 9:53:39 PM

 Google has received several notices regarding the Apps. Both from Cryptopia and from another company on behalf of Cryptopia.

They have done nothing about it and have since listed more fake apps.

Phishing sites have been reported to their domain provider.

 

Pin 2FA is beter than no 2FA. IF you use pin 2FA I recommend using a different pin for every setting - while it would not make it impossible to steal - it would make it more difficult.

 

Recommended - is the Cryptopia device as most secure.  https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Paytopia 

Google Authenticator is a close second.

 



Posted: 1/18/2018 10:25:37 PM Edited: 1/18/2018 10:31:46 PM
xtraelv
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#20

My account got hacked last night, wondering did any one else get there email authentication disabled? all my coins wiped out and no email for me to confirm the withdrawal! where do I stand with this?

Chub20: 1/18/2018 6:54:19 PM

 If you used the same pin number for everything they could have disabled your email notifications in your security setting.

If you visited a phishing site or used scam apps then you provided the scammers with your email address, password and pin number.



Posted: 1/18/2018 10:31:07 PM Edited: 1/18/2018 10:32:41 PM
ImyIQ
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#21

BUMP This one. 

 

I would suggest Cryptopia team to contact Google through any possible communication tool and callout this thread on Front page, Twitter and other socials.

Also, screw "2FA" PIN option, PIN is not 2 Factor in any way. 

ImyIQ: 1/18/2018 9:53:39 PM

 Google has received several notices regarding the Apps. Both from Cryptopia and from another company on behalf of Cryptopia.

They have done nothing about it and have since listed more fake apps.

Phishing sites have been reported to their domain provider.

 

Pin 2FA is beter than no 2FA. IF you use pin 2FA I recommend using a different pin for every setting - while it would not make it impossible to steal - it would make it more difficult.

 

Recommended - is the Cryptopia device as most secure.  https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Paytopia 

Google Authenticator is a close second.

 

xtraelv: 1/18/2018 10:25:37 PM

 

Don't get me wrong Sir, i do have Google 2FA security activated on my Account. Just saying PIN should not be offered as a 2FA option at all. 

PIN is like a password, it can be phished no matter what. As a Security Officer i know people do not care about their security and unsecured options should not be offered. Especially if we are talking about money.

I also recognized you can disable Withdrawal confirmation e-mails if you know password and PIN - which is ridiculous and not safe at all.  

This issue can be secured by Google 2FA either but this option should be default for access into Security change menu . At this moment scammers dont even need the e-mail access for complete theft if some PIN User get Phished. 



Posted: 1/18/2018 10:55:23 PM
xtraelv
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#22

Don't get me wrong Sir, i do have Google 2FA security activated on my Account. Just saying PIN should not be offered as a 2FA option at all. 

PIN is like a password, it can be phished no matter what. As a Security Officer i know people do not care about their security and unsecured options should not be offered. Especially if we are talking about money.

I also recognized you can disable Withdrawal confirmation e-mails if you know password and PIN - which is ridiculous and not safe at all.  

This issue can be secured by Google 2FA either but this option should be default for access into Security change menu . At this moment scammers dont even need the e-mail access for complete theft if some PIN User get Phished. 

ImyIQ: 1/18/2018 10:55:23 PM

 

I absolutely agree that pin is not secure. However it was introduced after several other crypto related companies (bitmain)  had security breaches that disclosed emails and passwords.

Some users had used the same email and same password on other sites as well as this one. In order to counter it they introduced default 2FA on all accounts. People still tend to disable it.



Posted: Yesterday 8:30:23 AM
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#23

Using a pin for 2FA is not recommended. It is easy for a hacker to use a keystroke logger on your computer to gain access to your password and pincode.

Some recent coin wallets have had keystroke loggers and viruses built into them. For this reason you should never have coinwallets on the computer you use to access an exchange.

 

You should also ALWAYS use google authenticator APP or a Cryptopia device for 2FA.

 

There has also been a site on popular search engines that looks like Cryptopia that has been phishing passwords and pin numbers. 

 

There are also FAKE Cryptopia APPS on google play. Cryptopia does not have an official app.

 

WARNING ******** fake site cryptopia-login.com ******** WARNING

WARNING ******** fake site  cryptopià.com ******** WARNING

WARNING ******** fake site  cryptopia.ws ******** WARNING

WARNING ******** fake site  cryptopia.cx ******** WARNING

 

Never click on links to Cryptopia (always type it in your browser)  and always check the security certificate of the site that you are visiting.

 

Cryptopia has no way of identifying a thief if they use valid logon credentials. It is like when your bank card AND PIN have been stolen - the ATM or bank is not at fault.

If you visit a scam site that looks like Cryptopia you are giving the scammer your email address, password and 2FA

That is not hacking - it is known as phishing. Cryptopia has no way of knowing that a scammer has all your VALID login cerdentials because YOU have accidentally given it to them.

For this reason you should take extreme care in keping your logon credentials safe. For extra security use a unique email address that you only use for Cryptopia. Have 2FA enabled on that email addres as well.

 

Cryptopia actively blocks accounts from scammers and accounts used for theft. Cryptopia also frequently complains to google and other search engines when a fake website appears.

 

Report any posts that claim to be from Cryptopia that are not pinned in th forums - all approved notices have a green pin on the forum. Cryptopia does not have a support line or make offers in the trollbox, forums or on discord. All Site Developers, Admins and Moderators can easily be identified in the trollbox by their shields or medals.

 

https://i.imgur.com/F0UsCfZ.png

 

 

 GOOGLE HAS BEEN NOTIFIED AND HAS SO FAR FAILED TO REMOVE THE FAKE APPS. 

 

BEWARE : Some coin personal wallets contain viruses and keystroke loggers that may steal the information from your computer. This is why every wallet on Cryptopia is code reviewed before a coin is listed.

 

 

xtraelv: 1/8/2018 7:10:48 AM

 



Posted: Yesterday 2:06:25 PM
AlainBKK
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#24

My account has been hacked in last September. All my coins has been transfered (no withdraw) to another account in Cryptopia.

Today, I just checked, then the account hacker (jhw86525) is still open - no action has been taken from admin to stop or to track the hacker who still have an account verified in Cryptopia !!!!!!!



Posted: Yesterday 6:56:29 PM