The virus in my wallet, when I transfer eth,my wallet will be emptied and the eth will be transferred to an unknown address.
I want to know if geth is running correctly, and I don't know what it is "auto geh" I'm pretty sure I didn't start it
In fact, I don't know where there is a problem, it seems to be all right enter image description here

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The auto geth you see is from your grep command. It's added in automatically to give colour to your grep output on Ubuntu and other Linux distributions. Also, I have no idea how to backtick on an iOS keyboard :/ found it :D

Your problem may be that you have your RPC address set to This means any computer that can connect to yours can issue commands. Normally, if your accounts are locked, you're somewhat safe. But if you unlock your account (such as to send ether), it can be drained. You should leave the RPC address at its default of (only your own computer or anything tunnelled in can connect). is less of an issue if you are behind a properly configured firewall and you trust every machine on your local network; I still wouldn't recommend it, though.

  • I found that it was safe to unlock an account when rpcaddr was, but if my system and wallet system were no longer together, would I have to set the rpcaddr to What's the solution?
    – ali
    Aug 7 '17 at 6:13
  • You should use a tunnel (like one established through ssh) or a private bridge. For a private bridge, you can set up your own VPN (I recommend doing it on the Ethereum node itself) and setting the RPC address to the VPN-facing address. The ssh tunnel is probably the simplest solution.
    – lungj
    Aug 7 '17 at 14:54

Помогите решить проблему с адресом


На мой кошелек поступают средства и автоматически переводятся на этот адрес! Не зависимо от того в сети я или нет!

Помогите пожалуйста!!!

  • Hi there, could you please write your answer in english?
    – Briomkez
    Nov 15 '20 at 21:22
  • Help solve the problem with the address 0x957cD4Ff9b3894FC78b5134A8DC72b032fFbC464 Funds arrive in my wallet and are automatically transferred to this address! Regardless of whether I'm online or not! Help me please !!! Nov 19 '20 at 10:22

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