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XE Market Forex Hacked Set 1 -98.91% 99.37 Technical Automated Real 1:500 Sep 16 2012 at 00:00 11 78
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Fransnr1 (Fransnr1)
Apr 28 2013 at 16:05
edited Apr 28 2013 at 16:06
0 posts
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Fransnr1 (Fransnr1)
May 05 2013 at 15:14
0 posts
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Myk2elS2ilver (Myk2elS2ilver)
Jul 28 2011 at 18:48
150 posts
It seems that the Forex Code Guard is hacked. All my bots does not work anymore.

They keep says that they not could connect with the license server.

I have contacted the author of the bot, but he also has dissapeard.

It is about the QuantumFxBot.

Anyone else?
Abhishek (Abhishek)
Aug 06 2012 at 16:30
12 posts
Hi Everyone,

Just now i was reading an interesting article and thought of sharing with fellow members of myfxbook. This article explains that one of the 4XP web site has got some serious loopholes which can be exploited by any hacker to steal any information about the company from their database. The one thing which deserves attention is the article presents some informative facts from the database to prove the claim of the loophole. From the screenshots attached we can see some confidential information from the database, even though the author of the article made hidden few portion of the screenshot which believes to be 4XP customer's personal identification including mobile no, credit card details etc.

The biggest surprise & funniest part which i came across about this broker, i was browsing a private forum where i first saw the discussion about this broker & from their only i came to know about this article. One member in that forum was claiming that:

'He is the customer of 4Xp & tried contacting their account manager about this hack issue. His account manager simply replied him that they have got confirmation from their IT Security Team that this is not true because the 4XP is a big company has got many officies & a big company's website can't be hacked. Those screenshots doesn't make any sense and is false. The website displaying the article is a setup by another forex broker who is jealous of 4Xp compoany. So, he should not be worried about this issue.'

Isn't it funny? 4XP company doesn't seems to be bothered about the security of their client's information & they are taking it litely and ignoring the worst which may knock their door at any time.

Now here comes my questions for 4XP:

1. Does it make any link between the size of the company & their web security. If they believes they have got 4-5 offices & are so big that their website can't have any security issue then they should learn something from the recent 'SONY PLAYSTATION NETWORK HACK' where 24.6 million user account information were stolen. Do 4XP think they have got the big customer base then Sony?

2. I had a close look of the screenshots posted by the author of the article and didn't see any suspcious thing in that. The screenshot clearly shows some crucial insider information from the database. Which itself confirms there must be some security loophole in their website otherwise how is it possible to capture the database information. If they think this is false, then i request can you please give me some insider database information from Google? 😁

3. The article says the 4XP company is tring to fix this issue since 12-Jul-2012 and as on 04-Aug-2012 the loophole is still active. I have got only one thing to ask: Does their IT security team consist of some school childrens or they don't bother to fix this issue or might be there's another big scam yet to come?

My suggestion to 4XP: grow up guys, this is not a childplay. You are dealing with customer's real financial information and you must show some respect to protect the privacy of your customers. If you fails to do so then you doesn't deserve even 1% vote to be a
good broker.

Guys, what's your opinion on this? Do you think this broker deserves to be a Top Broker as claimed by many independent review siets?



Article Source:
https://www.zsecure.net/blog/vulnerabilities/4xp-sql-injection-vulnerability.html
Abhishek (Abhishek)
Aug 06 2012 at 18:00
edited Aug 06 2012 at 18:02
12 posts

dave90 posted:
Even if they got hacked they should announce it to avoid panicking for their clients
And they try to fox what happen


Agree. This is what i call professionalism. Even when the biggies like Google, Yahoo, Microsoft etc can be hacked then this small incidence is nothing. The point that makes a difference is, A geniune company accept their faults & try to rectify it but scam company like 4XP trying to cover their face & misleading their customers by replying they can't be hacked & all nonsense which could create disaster for them in future.

Do anyone think in today's digital world any system is 100% secure or any company can claim they are 100% hack proof? If anyone is saying, then they must be kidding 😇
dave90 (dave90)
Aug 06 2012 at 17:50
10 posts
Even if they got hacked they should announce it to avoid panicking for their clients
And they try to fox what happen
Abhishek (Abhishek)
Aug 06 2012 at 17:19
edited Aug 06 2012 at 17:23
12 posts
Funniest party which i recently came across in one of the forum site. One of the 4XP senior manager named 'Jayden Hamilton' try to persuade others that their site is not hacked by saying the information reached by hacker is uselss content and does not include any of your personal information. [See the screenshot of his reply]

In his response itself he confirmed that their database is breached because he itself found saying 'the information reached by hacker is uselss contest .....' this proves the first point 'Their Database Was Hacked'.

Since they are saying the information reached by hacker is useless content and doesn not include any personal information but the screenshots clearly displaying the confidential information i.e. credit card transaction details, customers username & password, residential address, mobile/fax numbers etc.

As per them, if these are not personal information then i would like to ask them 'according to them what constitute a personal information'?
FXKaiten (FXKaiten)
Jul 09 2013 at 06:44
12 posts
Hello - Does anyone know where there is a copy of the cached mt4 documentation?

It looks like some 'well-intentioned' individual hacked the site and it is not available.

Thanks
POT
ManageTrade (ManageTrade)
Aug 12 2013 at 06:21
35 posts
i was think mt4 documentation site server not hacked, it might be down for few minutes.
togr (togr)
Oct 01 2015 at 13:20
4859 posts
FXCM Inc, an online foreign exchange trading service provider, said its systems were hacked and a 'small number' of unauthorized wire transfers were made from customer accounts.
togr (togr)
Oct 13 2015 at 21:09
4859 posts
jasonrogers posted:
arigoldman posted:
Yea, what happened with their stock price? CRAZY!!!


Hi Ari,

While I'm not authorized to comment on our stock personally, you can contact our Investor Relations department with any questions: https://ir.fxcm.com/contactus.cfm

Below is the text of their recent announcement: https://ir.fxcm.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=934336

FXCM Inc. Announces Effectiveness of Reverse Stock Split

NEW YORK, Sept. 29, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FXCM Inc. (NYSE:FXCM)('FXCM' or 'the Company'), a leading online provider of foreign exchange (FX) trading and related services, today announced the effectiveness of its previously disclosed one-for-ten reverse stock split.

Beginning with the opening of trading on Thursday, October 1, 2015, the Company's common stock will trade on the NYSE on a reverse split-adjusted basis under the same symbol 'FXCM,' but with a new CUSIP of 302693205. As a result of the reverse stock split, the number of outstanding shares of FXCM's common stock will be reduced from approximately 53,726,664 shares to approximately 5,372,666 shares.

No fractional shares were issued in connection with the reverse stock split. Instead, each stockholder holding fractional shares will receive, in lieu of such fractional shares, cash in an amount the closing sale price per share of our common stock as reported on the NYSE on the last trading day preceding the effective date of the reverse stock split multiplied by the number of shares of pre-split common stock held by the stockholder that would otherwise have been exchanged for such fractional share. Stockholders of record will receive information from American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, LLC, the Company's transfer agent, regarding their stock ownership and, if applicable, cash in lieu of fractional share payments. Stockholders who hold their shares in brokerage accounts or 'street name' are not required to take any action in connection with the reverse stock split.

It is simple question. How can you withdraw funds to other person bank account?That is different issue than just being hacked. That implies cooperation of company employee... Which is far worse
thenakaz (thenakaz)
Oct 05 2015 at 05:51
1 posts
broker get hacked? this is so funny
neisep (neisep)
Nov 16 2015 at 19:56
7 posts
well the outage was because of a large scale DDoS attack something most ISP have hard time protecting from but too claim they were hacked or that they are a Scam broker makes this thread abit unprofessional
togr (togr)
Oct 19 2015 at 13:59
4859 posts
goyankees85 posted:
 They were not hacked. Here is an e-mail I received from them.



Important Update – Network Service Disruptions
Dear Trader,

This email is to update you on the network service disruptions IC Markets have been experiencing intermittently over the last two weeks.

IC Markets (ICM) servers are hosted by oneZero Financial (OZF) in the Equinix NY4 data center in New York. Since the 5th of October public internet access to our servers and to that of all OZF hosted clients has been disrupted on an intermittent basis, mostly during the European and North American trading sessions.

Initially OZF informed us that the cause of the disruptions were hardware and ISP related. Given the nature of the outages this made complete sense so ICM and OZF acted on this basis and took appropriate measures to fix what was then believed to be the problem. Shortly after ICM communicated this to clients the network went down again. It was at this stage that OZF informed us that the outages were in fact the result of a deliberate denial of service (DDoS) attack against their entire network. We must stress that a DDoS attack is not ‘hacking’, it is an effort bring down a network to stop people from accessing a server.

Before we continue explaining what happened, we have to address the seriousness of the issue and the lack of information flow from IC Markets. At no stage during the DDoS attacks which lasted between 20 minutes to just over 1 hour was any client’s information or trading account compromised. ICM and OZF believe that the attacks occurred purely for the purpose of causing mass disruption to all clients of ICM and OZF. We have been unable to email clients to inform you of the attack until now, after they have stopped, as this may have introduced new risks.

These are extremely special circumstances that we must take full responsibility for and which we must make right with you, our clients. We are committed to ensuring that all affected clients are heard by our support team and management, and reimbursements are made where appropriate so no client bears a loss as a direct result of these attacks.

IC Markets have been working frantically with oneZero and other service providers to put measures in place to prevent such attacks in the future. Some of the measures we have taken include adding another 15 MetaTrader 4 data centers (currently the most of any broker globally), working with ISPs to manage our traffic better and a complete overhaul of our NY4 setup and its redundancy to other data centers across the globe.

We value you as a customer and want you to know that we are doing everything in our power to make this right. If you were affected by the network disruptions over the last week or would like a call for a more comprehensive explanation then please contact our support team support@icmarkets.com.

Kind Regards,
IC Markets

2 points
1. They released statement blaming ISP earlier, they lied. How do you know they are right now?
2. DDOS is sort of hacking and good server is protected
goyankees85 (goyankees85)
Oct 19 2015 at 13:55
118 posts
They were not hacked. Here is an e-mail I received from them.



Important Update – Network Service Disruptions
Dear Trader,

This email is to update you on the network service disruptions IC Markets have been experiencing intermittently over the last two weeks.

IC Markets (ICM) servers are hosted by oneZero Financial (OZF) in the Equinix NY4 data center in New York. Since the 5th of October public internet access to our servers and to that of all OZF hosted clients has been disrupted on an intermittent basis, mostly during the European and North American trading sessions.

Initially OZF informed us that the cause of the disruptions were hardware and ISP related. Given the nature of the outages this made complete sense so ICM and OZF acted on this basis and took appropriate measures to fix what was then believed to be the problem. Shortly after ICM communicated this to clients the network went down again. It was at this stage that OZF informed us that the outages were in fact the result of a deliberate denial of service (DDoS) attack against their entire network. We must stress that a DDoS attack is not ‘hacking’, it is an effort bring down a network to stop people from accessing a server.

Before we continue explaining what happened, we have to address the seriousness of the issue and the lack of information flow from IC Markets. At no stage during the DDoS attacks which lasted between 20 minutes to just over 1 hour was any client’s information or trading account compromised. ICM and OZF believe that the attacks occurred purely for the purpose of causing mass disruption to all clients of ICM and OZF. We have been unable to email clients to inform you of the attack until now, after they have stopped, as this may have introduced new risks.

These are extremely special circumstances that we must take full responsibility for and which we must make right with you, our clients. We are committed to ensuring that all affected clients are heard by our support team and management, and reimbursements are made where appropriate so no client bears a loss as a direct result of these attacks.

IC Markets have been working frantically with oneZero and other service providers to put measures in place to prevent such attacks in the future. Some of the measures we have taken include adding another 15 MetaTrader 4 data centers (currently the most of any broker globally), working with ISPs to manage our traffic better and a complete overhaul of our NY4 setup and its redundancy to other data centers across the globe.

We value you as a customer and want you to know that we are doing everything in our power to make this right. If you were affected by the network disruptions over the last week or would like a call for a more comprehensive explanation then please contact our support team support@icmarkets.com.

Kind Regards,
IC Markets
togr (togr)
Nov 17 2015 at 08:49
4859 posts
Well they denied being hacked
They issued official statement that was wrong
DDoS attack is sort of hacking
Lacking protection against it is lacking good IT
higgsboson (higgsboson)
Oct 14 2015 at 13:45
5 posts
yes, they got hacked
togr (togr)
Oct 21 2015 at 07:54
4859 posts
ALEXPAILOT444 posted:
SEE LOLS.. 😇


May 2015: There is an FPA Traders Court guilty verdict against this company. The FPA recommends caution dealing with ICMarkets.com until this issue is resolved.

https://www.forexpeacearmy.com/public/review/www.icmarkets.com

negative experience with them.
I'm referring to serious technical problems during past two weeks, which have resulted to numerous outages from couple of minutes to hour. Finally, after 1.5 weeks on continuous problems, ICM issued a formal letter explaining that problems were caused by their ISP and that particular ISP has been completely removed from their infrastructure. Unfortunately it seems that they lied, as there was another lengthy blackout right the next day and also the day after that (today, still no connection. No word from ICM, of course).
Dear IC Markets, you are selling two things: your service and trust. If service fails, you should work very hard to keep trust. To keep trust you must communicate. Sitting quietly and hoping that problems go away is the worst tactics ever. You have e-mail addresses, MT4 mailbox, FB and Twitter accounts. Please use them and tell your customers what's going on, how long it will last and what are you going to do about it. Nobody needs your silly motivational messages when your network is actually down. Or maybe you think it's bad to publicly admit your problems? Well, if you look around in Internet forums, you will find 'ICM got hacked', 'ICM is bankrupt', 'Take your money and run' etc. That can not be good for your business, I'm afraid. But this is direct result to your poor communication and there are people in your organization who are responsible for that. Maybe you should replace them with somebody who actually cares about your customers and your company.
goyankees85 (goyankees85)
Oct 20 2015 at 06:06
118 posts
togr posted:
goyankees85 posted:
 They were not hacked. Here is an e-mail I received from them.



Important Update – Network Service Disruptions
Dear Trader,

This email is to update you on the network service disruptions IC Markets have been experiencing intermittently over the last two weeks.

IC Markets (ICM) servers are hosted by oneZero Financial (OZF) in the Equinix NY4 data center in New York. Since the 5th of October public internet access to our servers and to that of all OZF hosted clients has been disrupted on an intermittent basis, mostly during the European and North American trading sessions.

Initially OZF informed us that the cause of the disruptions were hardware and ISP related. Given the nature of the outages this made complete sense so ICM and OZF acted on this basis and took appropriate measures to fix what was then believed to be the problem. Shortly after ICM communicated this to clients the network went down again. It was at this stage that OZF informed us that the outages were in fact the result of a deliberate denial of service (DDoS) attack against their entire network. We must stress that a DDoS attack is not ‘hacking’, it is an effort bring down a network to stop people from accessing a server.

Before we continue explaining what happened, we have to address the seriousness of the issue and the lack of information flow from IC Markets. At no stage during the DDoS attacks which lasted between 20 minutes to just over 1 hour was any client’s information or trading account compromised. ICM and OZF believe that the attacks occurred purely for the purpose of causing mass disruption to all clients of ICM and OZF. We have been unable to email clients to inform you of the attack until now, after they have stopped, as this may have introduced new risks.

These are extremely special circumstances that we must take full responsibility for and which we must make right with you, our clients. We are committed to ensuring that all affected clients are heard by our support team and management, and reimbursements are made where appropriate so no client bears a loss as a direct result of these attacks.

IC Markets have been working frantically with oneZero and other service providers to put measures in place to prevent such attacks in the future. Some of the measures we have taken include adding another 15 MetaTrader 4 data centers (currently the most of any broker globally), working with ISPs to manage our traffic better and a complete overhaul of our NY4 setup and its redundancy to other data centers across the globe.

We value you as a customer and want you to know that we are doing everything in our power to make this right. If you were affected by the network disruptions over the last week or would like a call for a more comprehensive explanation then please contact our support team support@icmarkets.com.

Kind Regards,
IC Markets

2 points
1. They released statement blaming ISP earlier, they lied. How do you know they are right now?
2. DDOS is sort of hacking and good server is protected


 DDOS tried to hack their ISP and not their actual site as what happened to another company. They are two different things.
gobias (gobias)
Oct 13 2015 at 09:45
60 posts
were they actually hacked or are you just trying to draw attention to the post?
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