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Hacker on palringo

20th September 2010, 10:34 PM |#1  
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some idiot at Palringo hacked my IM accounts.....all people who have been hacked, please contact me, so we can try to bring this company down!

195.97.243.239 is the ip address that i tracked down as the hacker, and the first company that shows up on this ip address is

IP address: 195.97.243.239
IP country: United Kingdom
IP Address state: Middlesbrough
IP Address city: Middlesbrough
IP latitude: 54.5728
IP longitude: -1.1628
ISP: Onyx Internet Ltd
Organization: Palringo


BEWARE ALL ANDROID USERS - NEVER EEEEVER USE PALRINGO

- if you got hacked - send my a pm at my youtube account - sleepyboyproduction


(i can't really put my email out.....its too dangerous atm)
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21st September 2010, 12:09 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by nikko1000

some idiot at Palringo hacked my IM accounts.....all people who have been hacked, please contact me, so we can try to bring this company down!

195.97.243.239 is the ip address that i tracked down as the hacker, and the first company that shows up on this ip address is

IP address: 195.97.243.239
IP country: United Kingdom
IP Address state: Middlesbrough
IP Address city: Middlesbrough
IP latitude: 54.5728
IP longitude: -1.1628
ISP: Onyx Internet Ltd
Organization: Palringo


BEWARE ALL ANDROID USERS - NEVER EEEEVER USE PALRINGO

- if you got hacked - send my a pm at my youtube account - sleepyboyproduction


(i can't really put my email out.....its too dangerous atm)

What makes you think it was someone at palringo that did it?
21st September 2010, 12:18 AM |#3  
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What makes you think it was someone at palringo that did it?

Let me make this more clear for you.... I recently downloaded the palringo app....that comes from palringo....I got a message from my server that says an ip address in the UK has been searching through my accounts. So I tracked them down, and it went straight to palringo. The application stole my account info
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21st September 2010, 12:32 AM |#4  
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@nikko1000
Actually your explanation isn't very clear.

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I got a message from my server

What server? How did you get this message?

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an ip address in the UK has been searching through my accounts.

"searching through my accounts"? What does this mean? And what accounts: accounts of IMs that you have connected to your Palringo account?

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The application stole my account info

What account?
21st September 2010, 12:37 AM |#5  
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@nikko1000
Actually your explanation isn't very clear.



What server? How did you get this message?



"searching through my accounts"? What does this mean? And what accounts: accounts of IMs that you have connected to your Palringo account?



What account?






- ok maybe you don't get this...

1. I downloaded palringo on my android phone
2. I got a message saying that i can't log in on the app
3. I went online, and i got a message from my email, saying that there is suspicious activity on several accounts, coming from 1 ip address
4. I looked up the IP address, it went straight to palringo
5. I posted this up, and complained multiple times, and looked up other people having the same problem.
21st September 2010, 12:41 AM |#6  
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- ok maybe you don't get this...

1. I downloaded palringo on my android phone
2. I got a message saying that i can't log in on the app
3. I went online, and i got a message from my email, saying that there is suspicious activity on several accounts, coming from 1 ip address
4. I looked up the IP address, it went straight to palringo
5. I posted this up, and complained multiple times, and looked up other people having the same problem.

So what happens when you try to log into palringo via there desktop app?

You said you were able to check your email - so does this mean your IM accounts that palringo uses are still working?
21st September 2010, 12:47 AM |#7  
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You didn't answer most of my questions, but nevermind...

Why is it so weird and suspicious to you, that there were connections from Palringo IP, if this is exactly what Palringo should do?
21st September 2010, 12:57 AM |#8  
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You didn't answer most of my questions, but nevermind...

Why is it so weird and suspicious to you, that there were connections from Palringo IP, if this is exactly what Palringo should do?

you're still not getting this - they showed that they logged in with their ip address, and changed information on mine, without permission, obviously meaning that they logged in, with the info that was given to them
21st September 2010, 12:58 AM |#9  
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they showed obvious proof that they were trying to change my password, so i had to recover it through my cellphone
21st September 2010, 12:59 AM |#10  
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they showed obvious proof that they were trying to change my password, so i had to recover it through my cellphone

Please describe the "obvious proof".
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