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  3-Nov-13, 23:51   #1
What is PokerStars Hack 2.91v ??? 0 
Peter7878 

Joined: Dec '12
Location: Bulgaria
Age: 39 (M)
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I just found this:

***POTENTIAL MALWARE LINK REMOVED BY ADMIN***

What exactly is this? Is it real? Can you explain it? I didn't downloaded it because I must admit I am scared. But did someone of you downloaded this? Is this working? What do you think about that?

Edited by Administrator (Tuesday, November 05, 2013 @ 10:11 GMT)


     
  4-Nov-13, 00:26   #2
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Phisix 

Joined: May '13
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 30 (M)
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Well if you read the picture you notice it hacks a money booster for you, so supposedly hacking free money. Stay clear if I was you and how did you come across a hack site unless you were looking for one...

     
  4-Nov-13, 00:29   #3
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Peter7878 

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Posted by Phisix:
Well if you read the picture you notice it hacks a money booster for you, so supposedly hacking free money. Stay clear if I was you and how did you come across a hack site unless you were looking for one...


This is fake! I am happy that I have a good antivirus program which blocked the attacks! Don't try it! It can harm your PC!

But this is very interesting:

***POTENTIAL MALWARE LINK REMOVED BY ADMIN***

Edited by Administrator (Tuesday, November 05, 2013 @ 10:11 GMT)


     
  4-Nov-13, 15:09   #4
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Phisix 

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Of course it's fake, and even if it was real Pokerstars would notice a bump up in roll you have and would be on to you. I would stay away from stuff like this mate.

     
  4-Nov-13, 17:34   #5
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noonlion 

Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
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Posts: 1277
it works!!

I went from $25 to over $1000 in just four minutes. WOW!

Then I woke the f**k up..

     
  4-Nov-13, 20:36   #6
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Macubaas 
Joined: Apr '11
Location: Romania
Age: 27 (M)
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Of course these are fakes and their sole intention is to download that software in pc so they can access you account and steal your money...

I suggest to edit those links form your posts, it's not safe to acces them!

     
  4-Nov-13, 20:49   #7
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 39 (F)
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With downloading such file they would probably be able to hack your computer and nothing
more Smile Dont mess with such things, results can be very ugly for you.
Some viruses, trojans etc are impossible to remove, and you need to format your pc.

     
  5-Nov-13, 20:19   #8
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EpicFale 
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Am I the only one who's curious as to why peter posted suspicious links then asked us if we've tried it?
I mean, it seems a little strange that you would post it, have the admin remove it, then post another suspicious link saying "this is very interesting", just to have admin remove it again.
Sounds to me like you're trying to get people to open the link.
I wonder why....

     
  5-Nov-13, 20:30   #9
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Macubaas 
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Mober is right, usually malware like that is only removed if you do a fresh install of windows on your pc.

I knew those links shouldn't be open at all but those that did, should do a scan just to be on the safe side.

     
  5-Nov-13, 21:30   #10
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EpicFale 
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Posted by Phisix:
Well if you read the picture you notice it hacks a money booster for you, so supposedly hacking free money. Stay clear if I was you and how did you come across a hack site unless you were looking for one...

If I had to guess, he wasn't looking for one at all.
I suspect Peter is the hacker. Nobody goes looking for cheating software, finds something, then goes to post on forums asking people to try it out for him.
Peter I don't mean to accuse you of being a scammer/hacker, but this entire thread of yours reaks of deception.
First you start off with a post saying "I just found this, does it work? I didn't DL it cuz im scared!"
Then in your very next post you say "This is fake! I am happy that I have a good antivirus program which blocked the attacks! But this is very interesting: (insert malitious link here)"
This clearly shows you are lying about SOMETHING. Your first post says you dont wanna DL it cuz ur scared, then your very next post (not even 1 hour after your first post) you completley contradict yourself by saying you did try to DL it and your antivirus blocked it. Not to mention in your second post you posted a second link to what I'm guessing wasn't a Wiki page.
Beware guys, just because someone is "trusted" in a forum doesn't mean he doesn't want his hands all over your money and identity.

     
  5-Nov-13, 21:37   #11
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Phisix 

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I did get that thought along with his other thread about cheating. Then again I am not stupid enough to download something that risks your PC. Elementary.

     
  5-Nov-13, 21:46   #12
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EpicFale 
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Elementary for us yeah, but some people out there do fall victim to s**t like this, hence why people keep doing it.
I'm pretty sure everyone reading this has the sense not to take dumb risks like that, I just figured I'd make it blatently oubvious for those that don't.

     
  5-Nov-13, 22:15   #13
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Phisix 

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Indeed. I am still wondering why he was looking for this time of Poker stuff. Then again he could have just been curious...or your theory..

     
  5-Nov-13, 22:49   #14
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EpicFale 
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Posted by Phisix:
Indeed. I am still wondering why he was looking for this time of Poker stuff. Then again he could have just been curious...or your theory..

Sure I suppose he could have just been curious....
Although it's not very likley. his behaviour is a little more than strange, he outright lied and hasn't given any response as to why he was looking for it in the first place. Most people lie for a reason, usually to hide something. What reason does he have to lie to us if he was just curious? I can't think of one.

     
  5-Nov-13, 23:13   #15
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Peter7878 

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I didn't know these links were harmed. I am not a hacker. I am not a stealer This is ridiculous. I just was curious and wanted to hear oppinions about all this. I didn't want to hurt anybody.

This is my last post. I feel really bad that you think that way.
I wish you all good luck and I hope I helped with my advices to many mobsters.

All the best!

Good bye!







Edited by Peter7878 (Tuesday, November 05, 2013 @ 23:54 GMT)


     
  5-Nov-13, 23:37   #16
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EpicFale 
Joined: Dec '12
Location: Canada
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Well, for one, I never accused you of hacking the poker stars site, I accused you of trying to decieve forum members into clicking malitious links that can have serious, life changing ramnifications (IE: Identity theft)
Two, if the poker stars team responded to you so quickly (within 24 hours), then I feel the need to inquire about this incident. I will talk to thier support team and come back here to post what they say about this in this forum.
Three, you still have yet to adress why you posted those links and put us mobsters at risk, regardless of your intentions. After Admin took down the first link, why did you post a second saying nothing exept "But this is very interesting: (enter malitious link here)"? You left a very vauge comment attempting to intice people into clicking on a harmfull link. Why?

     
  5-Nov-13, 23:58   #17
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Peter7878 

Joined: Dec '12
Location: Bulgaria
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Posted by EpicFale:
Well, for one, I never accused you of hacking the poker stars site, I accused you of trying to decieve forum members into clicking malitious links that can have serious, life changing ramnifications (IE: Identity theft)
Two, if the poker stars team responded to you so quickly (within 24 hours), then I feel the need to inquire about this incident. I will talk to thier support team and come back here to post what they say about this in this forum.
Three, you still have yet to adress why you posted those links and put us mobsters at risk, regardless of your intentions. After Admin took down the first link, why did you post a second saying nothing exept "But this is very interesting: (enter malitious link here)"? You left a very vauge comment attempting to intice people into clicking on a harmfull link. Why?



As I said I am not a hacker. I am not a stealer! This is ridiculous! I didn't want to hurt anyboday.


Enough please! Stop bullying! As I said this is my last post because of you!

     
  6-Nov-13, 00:01   #18
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EpicFale 
Joined: Dec '12
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Posts: 18
Posted by Peter7878:
Posted by EpicFale:
Well, for one, I never accused you of hacking the poker stars site, I accused you of trying to decieve forum members into clicking malitious links that can have serious, life changing ramnifications (IE: Identity theft)
Two, if the poker stars team responded to you so quickly (within 24 hours), then I feel the need to inquire about this incident. I will talk to thier support team and come back here to post what they say about this in this forum.
Three, you still have yet to adress why you posted those links and put us mobsters at risk, regardless of your intentions. After Admin took down the first link, why did you post a second saying nothing exept "But this is very interesting: (enter malitious link here)"? You left a very vauge comment attempting to intice people into clicking on a harmfull link. Why?



As I said I am not a hacker. I am not a stealer! This is ridiculous! I didn't want to hurt anyboday.


Enough please! Stop bullying! As I said this is my last post thanks to you!


I am not bullying you at all. I am trying to find out the truth. I have contacted Poker Stars and awaiting thier reply. You deleting the long message that the Poker Stars support team sent you will not help your case.
If you truly are not a hacker you should have no problem with this, after all, I am just trying to protect our fellow mobsters from hackers and/or identity thiefs.


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I would also like to mention (for all those that don't know) I made a post responding to one of peter's at (5-Nov-13, 23:37) and then not even 20 mins later he edited out a massive message that was supposedly sent by poker stars support team (Edited by Peter7878 (Tuesday, November 05, 2013 @ 23:54 GMT))
Ontp of that he has also made a new thread requesting that Admin removes this thread.
Admin if you're reading this, please don't remove this thread becuase it may be vital to proving Peter7878's innocence or guilt.

Edited by EpicFale (Wednesday, November 06, 2013 @ 00:24 GMT)


     
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