I am trying to learn more about using Cardano and started a GCP server hosting an Ubuntu image from a youtube video on creating a Cardano POS box (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSs1OcgT498&t=1022s). I previously created a wallet on my windows machine, and used that key to restore my wallet on the linux box. I had some ADA on an exchange, and wanted to get it to a private wallet, so i clicked receive and copied the address. Sent the withdrawal request and have verified the address was correct. Meanwhile, I am working on some armor for my daughter. I watch the transaction on Binance complete, and in blockchain explorer. I saw my ADA transaction, and thought all was good. I see the amount in my balance and go about my business. Came back a bit later, and my balance is 0.XX again. Now I checked the address I used to withdraw from Binance, and verified (many time) that the address was correct. The transaction seems to show the amount i was sending. I search the wallet generated address on Cardano Blockchain and come up with the following: https://cardanoexplorer.com/address/DdzFFzCqrhsszCDh5vAXgvCZPdLxV7H3MUnaCFFPy8pyEjBC2uCBxBG365GnGWzTNuwcmwMen9VLusifLM2LqkkMoozDqTSBkVVyReDe
If I am understanding this right, the transaction @05/13/2018 16:08:31 was the send to my wallet from Binance. but the transaction @05/13/2018 16:26:31 seems to be a transaction withdrawaing (sending) FROM my wallet. This is curious, I didnt initiate a withdrawal from my wallet. The Daedulus version is 0.8.3. The transactions tab just shows a spinning circle. I am feeling more confident my funds are gone, however I thought I would reach out in the event I am not understanding something right.
When I loaded Daedalus (v0.8.3 Release Candidate) I then Clicked Restore Wallet - Enter phrase and password i saved from when i created the wallet on windows. Restore completes. I click on receive - copy address from receive on Daedalus and copy it into withdraw request on Binance. Wait for transaction to complete - funds should be in wallet. I have the Cardano-SL layer running in the background, so it should update. Did I make a misstep?
Weird thing also, when I searched my wallet address (which is also listed in both Linux AND windows) there were 2 prior transactions I did not make either (as shown in blockchain explorer).
I dont see any transactions on my windows wallet. The balance on my windows wallet is the same as the linux wallet. The windows wallet shows 0 transactions at the time of restore (and currently). Maybe it takes awhile for the transactions to load on my VM using 0.8.3, so I am letting the transactions tab go for awhile and get some distance. Things I dont understand: the generated address in the RECEIVE tab of the linux machine should be unique, correct? The RECEIVE address on my Windows wallet contains the address I sent to. If this address is unique to my wallet, regardless of OS, the that would seem to indicate system compromise. Would it be fair to say that is correct the most likely result is compromise?