Sollet wallet was stolen

hi, it was transferred from my sollet wallet to another wallet without my knowledge last sunday. The next day, due to the problem in the solana network, I could not access the wallet. $3.6k transferred. what should I do? I have never shared my password anywhere and I have never shared my password anywhere. i connected raydium, intersola and solanium

​my wallet:4Czm9NZNs7YAqfZKH2B9FXBhgoraGtxd7UE1v6BveE5Z
​to transfered wallet:FBUKfg7Thx4WDM4ATehJe1xWzuGtM
​k1myXhRSvuSq19h

Hi @Yigdes, sorry to hear this.

The best place for support is here:

Solana Discord Invite

Good luck :heart_decoration:

the link doesn’t work for me. They don’t accept the invite. I would like to contact them

Hi @Sghiddo,

Click here:

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My sollet was hacked too and i don’t share seed to anyone. I joined Discord but can not contact to supporters there. Need OG to message?

There are many sollet.io wallet were hacked. We did not share seed words to anyone and also did not connect to harm place. Please help us to recover wallet. Our fund were transfered to wallets of hacker. There are not any securities in solana wallets. Make us lost all fund.

@alissaphan So sorry you lost your wallet!

Unfortunately once a transfer has been made it is permanent in less than a second and there is no way to undo it. There isn’t any way to recover what was lost.

I don’t know how your wallet was hacked, but if you never shared your wallet with anybody and you only used legitimate wallet software then it may be that you have a browser extension installed that is monitoring your activity on websites. It may be worth looking through your browser extensions and uninstalling any that you don’t really need.

So what can we do to secure our wallet we can’t keep on losing our Sollet wallet to some one please help us.how can we stop it?
How can we secure our wallet ???

grab a Ledger/Trezor hardware wallet.

https://ledger.com /
https://trezor.io /

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There are only a small number of different ways I know of that your wallet could be stolen:

  • You give somebody your seed phrase or private key
  • You give a malicious wallet your seed phrase or private key
  • You have malware ( programs on your computer or browser extensions, probably ) on your device that is observing your seed phrase or private key or otherwise modifying code on some website you use or something similar.

If you device is insecure and has malware, then depending on the malware, no wallet would be safe, and it is crucial to get rid of the malware.

@mk4’s suggestion of using a hardware wallet, though, seems like a great option. If I understand correctly ( I’m not 100% sure yet, though, I’d have to double-check ), a hardware wallet will sign transactions without ever having exposed your private key or seed phrase to your device.

A hardware wallet should greatly reduce the possibility for malware on your device to steal your wallet, but doesn’t make it impossible to lose your funds, because if you go to a malicious website that wants to transfer all your money to a scammer, and you choose to sign that transaction with your hardware wallet, the transfer will be made and the funds will be lost.

So it is a matter of being safe and careful, making sure you trust whatever website you are using when you sign transactions, and if you don’t use a hardware wallet, being careful to keep your device free of malware, and not to use any software such as browser extensions that you don’t need that could contain malware.