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in Splinterlands2 years ago

I feel like if this was a hack it would have been significantly more than just 13 accounts, especially if it was a hack of Splinterlands itself or the dominant market websites. This seems more like the results of phishing. IE the victims unknowingly gave away their posting key or perhaps authorized to a very poorly designed 3rd party or even fake website. I'm going to be following this to find out.


I asked some one of 13 peoples, they are not sign in on the fake website or let's their keys or password be unsafe. This is the error of the market so the hacker can use it to hacked.

13+1, I have strong feeling that it's keys issue
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I am a software developer and in the past I have never had any account hacked or visited scam websites. I know how to spot a scam site and how to secure an account