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1  Other / Meta / Re: My account hacked - Erep on: June 22, 2018, 09:53:09 AM
Your writing style has not changed much. When was your account hacked?
I do not think sign a message from that address "http://archive.is/JBIaK ----> 0x878F814B5E84823880d2d673EA6b5c0fE4465a5c" is sufficient proof of ownership.
you have these address 1QJPRabTerZ9ygiKU89fWKr9oKeNwPKFmD http://archive.is/L8e37 or this "Oldest address" http://archive.is/sADsc

I didn’t verified that message.

That "Oldest" address is in a post http://archive.is/sADsc#selection-7061.3-7061.67 for TX https://blockchain.info/tx/5dc351ea97c892a48b6d7a94da4b2daaee871493c25bf120de6c0646afbbbf95 and erep was in receipt for BTC 0.05 to wallet address 1Mw41z93RCb4QpCcQ7sYfT8G2M9kdDAERq ( Wallet [00000014ea] ) on the 2014-09-29 17:11:39 which is definitely an exchange wallet address with over a million transactions.

Wallet address 1QJPRabTerZ9ygiKU89fWKr9oKeNwPKFmD also looks to be an exchange wallet address also.



A new wallet address 1BLeatZEEfoeyaao7VyHsqyr2uhtx7rxSp has been added to the profile page http://archive.is/n8QHf#selection-479.0-479.34 , I'll add it here in case it turns up something later.
2  Economy / Reputation / Re: Known Alts of any-one - A User Generated List Mk III (2018 Q2) on: June 22, 2018, 08:57:45 AM
Sir if you dont mind can you please check this thread? 
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4514565.msg40643405#msg40643405

I feel that this guys is trading merits with his newbie alts.

You waited exactly eighteen minutes after starting the other thread before asking for an opinion here (and in that time you never had a reply).  Your two replies since say it's inconclusive.

Where is your proof, or what is your suspicion?
3  Economy / Reputation / Re: Gleb Gamow Account Was sold Proof on: June 20, 2018, 01:34:48 AM
Bruno is a good person and I hope we can put this problem behind us.

I should point out that I've thrice archived this thread


because people keep *cough* tweeking *cough* what they have written.  Roll Eyes

Perhaps now would be a good time to lock this thread?
4  Economy / Reputation / Re: Known Alts of any-one - A User Generated List Mk III (2018 Q2) on: June 20, 2018, 01:06:29 AM

No. If one account is banned, posting from another account is ban evasion, which is breaking forum rules and that is something for moderators.
So why do not you take the necessary steps। Are not their running accounts banned?  View my Above posts There are many ongoing accounts and they are connected. Hopefully, they come to your notice and punish them properly.

@Jannat76:

You've had it explained to you a number of times,


I'm not sure what your goal here is other than to flood this thread with spam posts as your posts are not progressing the conversation.  If so, I will have to take appropriate measures ( you'll find out what they are after they have happened )
5  Economy / Reputation / Re: Gleb Gamow account was sold - proof on: June 18, 2018, 02:55:35 AM
...
Current owner of Gleb account has nothing to do with what earlier owner of Gleb account did. It should have no (positive) trust ratings and in any case not belong to DT.

Trust ratings are based on the account, not the person controlling it....  :/

You can also adjust trust via the Trust settings - IIRC a person (can't recall their name just now Wink ) was trying to cook the books by getting people to add a tilda eg for example:

Code:
~Quickseller

Give it a try and see for yourself.
6  Economy / Reputation / Re: Known Alts of any-one - A User Generated List Mk III (2018 Q2) on: June 18, 2018, 02:24:57 AM
@Coolcryptovator:

No one is tagging since I post this thread. There is strong evidence.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4448118.0

You do understand it's *you* who does not trust them don't you?

You can't expect others to do your work for you.

A few people here have also suggested you contact them directly - yet you don't seem to heed their advice.



@ArkiCrypto:

Can you please provide supporting documentation to back up your assertion?  Speaking of backing up, don't forget to use an archive service such as archive.is ( take screen shots by all means - just be aware they don't hold as much weight as they can be doctored)
7  Economy / Reputation / Re: Full member's connected account & merit abuser with alts. on: June 17, 2018, 02:43:43 AM
If no action to cheater or alt account holder, then no meaning work hard to find them. Undecided

Come join us over at the Known Alts of any-one - A User Generated List Mk III thread.
8  Economy / Reputation / Re: actmyname reputation thread on: June 17, 2018, 01:28:13 AM
if Blazed keeps ignoring the actions of the people on his trust list.

Have you contacted Blazed?

Five days later it's safe to say "That would be a no..."
9  Economy / Reputation / Re: Known Alts of any-one - A User Generated List Mk III (2018 Q2) on: June 17, 2018, 01:00:34 AM
Does that mean I should hold off on killing myself? If so, I'll be able to see how my assassination thread develops --> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4478921.0

I'm only interested in who the alts are and where the sold or acquired UID's through other means end up.

I'm sure you will have noticed I don't participate in the circle jerks such as the one unfolding at the moment.  Check the assertions I make on my Trust Wall.
10  Economy / Reputation / Re: Gleb Gamow account sold or hacked? on: June 16, 2018, 05:54:16 PM
As at today's date:  Is Bruno still in control of YuTü.Co.in u=408246 and has he started another UID account?
11  Economy / Reputation / Re: Known Alts of any-one - A User Generated List Mk III (2018 Q2) on: June 16, 2018, 05:49:21 PM
As of ~5 minutes ago Gleb Gamow is my alt.

Thanks for the heads-up - as you might expect "Archived for future reference: http://archive.is/4jl5V#selection-2659.0-2663.11 "

I have a short list in my head of users who dish out Red Paint TM for owning other accounts.  It'll be interesting to see if they are consistent, or, will make an exception. 
(Cue the popped-corn)
12  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Another alt for Scammer DavidXXX, HumberBaccarat, Casinoexpert on: June 16, 2018, 05:26:44 PM
HUGEPrivacyCoinFan and HumberBaccarat were created on the same day:
Not so sure if we're going to connect them based on their registration date (it's 1 month apart) but everything else, points to that direction (to an extent):

Code:
Date Registered: June 03, 2018, 07:52:50 PM
Commented on a thread: June 03, 2018, 08:03:58 PM
Feedback on: 2018-06-04
Last Active: June 04, 2018, 02:02:59 AM

My bad - I was probably getting a little giddy when I saw the name Humber...

Not sure how I made that error.
13  Economy / Reputation / Re: Known Alts of any-one - A User Generated List Mk III (2018 Q2) on: June 16, 2018, 07:10:26 AM
Nice to have you with us @SFR10 - don't forget to leave a note on alt's Trust pages to help the next investigator out)
Thank you (I'm not as active as others, when it comes to contributing to this thread but I appreciate your kind words) and "well noted" (will leave a note from now on) Smiley

Cross posting from another thread:

Accounts Connected: (Apart from it's connection to DavidXXX, Casinoexpert and etc... [Credit goes to "Pmlimits666" = Another alt for Scammer DavidXXX, HumberBaccarat, Casinoexpert]

Mastergerund, HumberBaccarat and GoldenBuzzers.


As I posted on the other thread, I have found another UID connection of the ser1ck / Humbertin19_ / lokos1913a / David etc scammer POS

A couple of times now I've started to sit down and gather all the verious threads of the ser1ck / Humbertin19_ / lokos1913a / David etc scammer together then gotten side tracked onto other scammers.

Kudos to everyone for finding more of the POS' alts.

I / we can just keep on giving this scammer Red Paint TM until they starve and die.

*edit*

Mastergerund received positive trust from HUGEPrivacyCoinFan u=2180198 ...  

HUGEPrivacyCoinFan and HumberBaccarat were created on the same day:

Code:
Name: HUGEPrivacyCoinFan u=2180198
Posts: 1
Activity: 1
Merit: 0
Position: Newbie
Date Registered: 04 June 2018, 05:52:50
Last Active: 04 June 2018, 12:02:59

Code:
Name: HumberBaccarat
Posts: 73
Activity: 42
Merit: 0
Position: Jr. Member
Date Registered: 04 May 2018, 15:41:03
Last Active: 08 June 2018, 13:49:15
14  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Another alt for Scammer DavidXXX, HumberBaccarat, Casinoexpert on: June 16, 2018, 07:00:04 AM
A couple of times now I've started to sit down and gather all the verious threads of the ser1ck / Humbertin19_ / lokos1913a / David etc scammer together then gotten side tracked onto other scammers.

Kudos to everyone for finding more of the POS' alts.

I / we can just keep on giving this scammer Red Paint TM until they starve and die.

*edit*

Mastergerund received positive trust from HUGEPrivacyCoinFan u=2180198 ...   

HUGEPrivacyCoinFan and HumberBaccarat were created on the same day:

Code:
Name: HUGEPrivacyCoinFan u=2180198
Posts: 1
Activity: 1
Merit: 0
Position: Newbie
Date Registered: 04 June 2018, 05:52:50
Last Active: 04 June 2018, 12:02:59

Code:
Name: HumberBaccarat
Posts: 73
Activity: 42
Merit: 0
Position: Jr. Member
Date Registered: 04 May 2018, 15:41:03
Last Active: 08 June 2018, 13:49:15
15  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: 8 millions Euro cash needed to convert in Switzerland - Italy - Monaco on: June 15, 2018, 04:39:53 AM
whatsapp +972 54 327 7852
telegram @strategicbit

S/he's changed his/her telephone number:

http://archive.is/3ytpt#selection-513.0-513.26

Telegram: @strategicbit
WhatsApp: +44 7500 288-607
16  Economy / Reputation / Re: Known Alts of any-one - A User Generated List Mk III (2018 Q2) on: June 15, 2018, 04:13:22 AM
>>^^<<
Where is Louda, Marlboroza, Pharmacist? they are now less active in this thread? They should active and tag account fermer

Post number five Lauda said s/he wasn't going to post.

I'm not participating given that it is a unmoderated thread. I'll just be tagging more often, and more faster.

Have fun.
D.

I've already asked you to refrain from these posts given you are unwilling to give Red Paint TM of your own.
17  Economy / Reputation / Re: Legendary account 'MintCondition' with green trust has very likely been hacked on: June 15, 2018, 04:05:14 AM
Thanks for reconfirming the connections I made on a few of these accounts eighteen months ago. (Kolder, Omegasun Grim07 etc)

Shame people didn't heed my findings then.  Roll Eyes
18  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [205+PH] KanoPool kano.is 0.9% fee 7 BTC giveaway 🐈 US,UK,JP,NYA,DE,SG on: June 15, 2018, 03:52:02 AM
In terms of reliability, does the Antminer T9 require less repairs than the S9?


I bought 2 used T9's, from a Colocation here at the forum,  and I've had Zero issues. Temporarily, they're running in my garage.
The day time temps reach between 80°f to 90°f, and the T9's run between 60°c and 78°c at a steady  ~11.5TH/s. Everything
about them has been good for the ~2 months I've been using them.

What is your voltage setting?
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [SXC][NSFW] Sexcoin - v0.10.4.0 Released!! Mandatory Upgrade! on: June 11, 2018, 06:55:39 AM
@Blockmunch:

Nice to have you with us - it's always great to have a shot in the arm (er, so to speak - you know what I mean  Grin )
20  Economy / Reputation / Re: The BCT PGP/GPG Public Key Database: Stake Your PGP Key Here on: June 10, 2018, 06:53:01 AM
Just came across this post from the 8th of August, 2011...  http://archive.is/4rwnE#selection-3613.0-3326.13

It was posted by user da2ce7 - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1882 who was last active about two months ago.

I haven't had time to import it, but it might be handy to reference...

Code:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA1

            From the desk of Tom Williams, operator of MyBitcoin.com

                          For immediate release.

There are a lot of unanswered questions floating around on the Bitcoin
forum and other places about the recent Mtgox password leak, and theft
from the MyBitcoin system.

I will attempt to answer as many of the questions and concerns as best
as I can in order to silence the rumor-mill once and for all.

As many of you already know, Mtgox was hacked and its password file was
leaked. As soon as we heard about the leak we were closely monitoring
the system for abnormal activity, and we didn't see any.

At first glance, we didn't see any hard evidence that a password leak
had even occurred. There was just a lot of speculation to an SQL
injection vulnerability in Mtgox's site. A few clients of ours had
informed us of the forum threads, and we watched them carefully.

The following morning a client of ours sent us the download link to the
leaked Mtgox password file. We prompty downloaded the file, put up a
warning on the main page, and disabled the login.

We attempted to line up usernames from the leak, and we found a lot of
matching ones. We started locking down all of those accounts using a
script that we had to have written at a moment's notice. It was during
this time that we noticed a flurry of spends happening. Yes, even with
the site disabled.

The attacker had active sessions open to the site. We quickly flushed
them and the spends stopped abruptly. We disabled the SCI, all payment
forwarding, and all receipt URL traffic on all of the usernames in the
Mtgox leak.

We proceeded to change the password on every account where the username
matched our system's database. PGP-signed emails went out to all of the
accounts that we changed the password on. If an account didn't have an
email address or had already been compromised we put up a bulletin.
(Email addresses were mandatory when we opened our service initially,
but people complained that it wasn't truly anonymous so we made them
optional. Unfortunately this makes contacting a security-compromised
customer impossible.)

An investigation was conducted at that time, and we determined that the
attacker had opened up a session to each active user/password pair ahead
of time, solved the captcha, and used some sort of bot to maintain a
connection so our system wouldn't timeout on the session. It was likely
his intent to gain access to more accounts than he did, but as soon as
he noticed that we had changed the main page of the site he sprung into
action by sending a flurry of spends.

(Before you ask: no, we don't limit logins per IP address. We can't. We
have a lot of users that come in from Tor and I2P that all appear to
share the same source IP address.)

We've concluded that around 1% of the users on the leaked Mtgox password
file had their Bitcoins stolen on MyBitcoin. It is unfortunate, and a
horrible experience for the Bitcoin community in general.

The IP address that the attacker used was a Tor exit node and the spends
were to an address that is outside of our system.

Now to address the rumors:

No, our database wasn't compromised. We had a 3rd party company audit
our site for SQL injection attacks and we passed. (We did, however, have
one XSS hole in the address book page last month that would allow an
attacker to insert fake entries into a customer's address book. It was
promptly fixed and offending address book entries were purged. Not a
single customer had spent to the fake address book entries.) Every line
of code was audited last month. Literally line by line audited by
professionals, and it was deemed safe.

No, this site isn't being ran by some amateur that just learned how to
program computers. It was created by seasoned programmers that
understand security.

Yes, we use password encryption. We are currently using SHA-256, but
since the recent Mtgox hack we will be upgrading that to something
stronger. It's surprising how many sites still use MD5, even though it
was broken years ago. It is my personal opinion that MD5 be deprecated
from modern operating systems.

We also use whole-disk level encryption on every single one of our
servers. When you fail a disk in a NOC and a level 1 technician replaces
it does he wipe the disk before the RMA/tossing it in the garbage? Not
usually! We know these mistakes happen, so we take precautions. Any and
all servers with an IP KVM on them are ran in secure console mode. The
root passwords are required even for single user mode. All disk keys are
held off-site and were never generated anywhere near the internet. All
server passwords are unique per server and per user, of course. Only two
technicians have access to the secure servers. This access is over a VPN
and we only use secured workstations running Linux and BSD to access
them.

We use BSD servers with MAC, immutable flags, jails, PAX, SSP,
randomized mmap, secure level, a WAF, a DDoS mitigation and alert system
- -- the works. Like I said earlier. We are not amateurs. In fact,
combined we have over 30 years of experience in the payment
processing (credit card arena) industry.

A large amount of the Bitcoin holding is in cold (offline) storage. We
only have a percentage of the holding available hot. This is done for
obvious reasons.

Going forward we are implementing a 2-factor login system,
user-configurable spend limits, better session token tumbling, and a
bunch of new SCI features.

Wishing the Bitcoin community all the best and a swift recovery, and
sincerely yours,


Tom Williams

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Public Key "MyBitcoin LLC (SCI Verification Key) <nobody@mybitcoin.com>":


Code:
-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v2.0.17 (MingW32)

mQENBEvfPosBCACwT0PMxOgh3iI5loNxhMUrB2fQpFwMy6m0OQO9U+mVpG8fcWdc
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EyvBLSCUUk6GMYeWuSarwic2ygxY/HPuai3PYKtb23+Ssqo7Xh7b/Q==
=cUT5
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----


Result (gpg -v):

Code:
gpg: Signature made 06/23/11 05:55:37 AUS Eastern Standard Time using RSA key ID A5027A85
gpg: using PGP trust model
gpg: Good signature from "MyBitcoin LLC (SCI Verification Key) <nobody@mybitcoin.com>"
gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!
gpg:          There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owner.
Primary key fingerprint: FB59 EE27 E803 FB68 EF30  3F5A 9FB9 834E A502 7A85
gpg: textmode signature, digest algorithm SHA1
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