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1  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Win 1 BTC for proving your strategic smarts! [Moonga Trading Card Game] on: April 08, 2015, 03:22:11 PM
I believe you play on android, unfortunately the android version is a bit outdated. We are working on making a new version using unity3D that will be much catchy in term of interface.

Yup android here.
Be carefull with unity3D, I have stopped playing AQDragons because it is too damm slow and the battery consumption is too high.
2  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Win 1 BTC for proving your strategic smarts! [Moonga Trading Card Game] on: April 08, 2015, 02:24:08 PM
I am also in frisco8
My adress should be in the signature.

And BTW the game is a lot simpler than HS, MTG, etc the sad part is that it is really slow and not eyecandy.
3  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [SOLD]WTS SP30 and/or SP10 on: December 06, 2014, 10:05:50 AM
Package sold.
Thanks to everyone that asked for them.
4  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: WTS SP30 and/or SP10 on: November 25, 2014, 03:25:49 PM
I have updated the ad with more info about shipping, currently I have got several PMs about SP10 and a couple about the pair.
5  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: WTS SP30 and/or SP10 on: November 24, 2014, 08:41:36 PM
1st Batch (April) SP10: Happily hashing since the start, Emmerson PSU, DCDC v1. Hashing at 1.45-1.5T

same as sp30 paid till 1/1/2015?


No, SP10 hosting has just expired (I think that's why eligius shows it as down) but I am sure I can talk with SP10 to reactivate it and reduce SP30 hosting to give you the same expiration for both (probably around 20/12) if that fits better to you.
6  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: WTS SP30 and/or SP10 on: November 24, 2014, 07:13:18 PM
is the price .8 shipped for the sp10?

Without shipping

I will get them

PMed
7  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD]WTS SP30 and/or SP10 on: November 24, 2014, 06:46:31 PM
I am selling 1 unit of each.

1st Batch (April) SP10: Happily hashing since the start, Emmerson PSU, DCDC v1. Hashing at 1.45-1.5T

1st Batch (July) SP30: 0 Problems, Emmserson PSU, Hashing at 4.2T (latest firmwares or DC conditions have lowered the rate, a month ago it was working at 4.3-4.4 without problems). Hosting paid until 1/1/2015

Check them hashing at: http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/userstats.php/1PHoAANpMqnFU76BLNu8EgXVUTKF5X1zXh (default is SP10)


Both units are at Spondoolies DC in Israel, they will be shipped at the expense of the buyer, if the buyer has anyorder with SP it will be cheap to do a combined shipping, also if the buyer wants to host them on a SP partner DC they will probably get better shipping prices.

Prices
SP10+SP30 - 7BTC
SP30 - 6.4BTC
SP10 - 0.8BTC

Shipping (to EU or USA):
SP10 - 193$
SP30 - 300$
If someone buy them soon shipping will be almost free, in compensation of the paid hosting.

Escrow prefered but upfront payment accepted.

I can not show a picture of the machine but I can give proof of ownership via pm or you can check my previous posts to see that I have stated several times what I have.


8  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [ANN] Spondoolies-Tech - carrier grade, data center ready mining rigs on: October 12, 2014, 10:10:16 PM
Would appreciate news about the August group buy refunds.. This isn't hardware, I sure hope it isn't initiated on the last day of October.

I am a July SP30 owner and have no info about that.

Indeed I have just discovered that my SP30 hosted at SP has been hashing at 90Ghs for more than 24h, I usually check it frequently but it seems that SP hosting has no monitoring service or 24/7 support service as support email tells me to wait until 9AM of tomorrow.
Is there any other email to write for hosting support?
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Legend of Satoshi Nakamato, begins here.... 4.34 BTC BOUNTY!!! on: September 25, 2014, 12:07:46 PM
This signup and verification for continuing the game is the worst registration process *ever*. I would swallow entering the credentials in three different places, but this piece of shit Counterwallet is broken, signing the message gives different signature every time?!? No wonder Let's Talk Bitcoin site says every signature is invalid. Has anyone ever tried this wallet before torturing us to use it? Or is it broken intentionally to force us to make a donation so we could continue the game? Really wouldn't bother me to donate for continuing the game but please, please, don't make us go through this wallet.

Last ARG forced us to have payware MineSweeper game to play and that made very few people to abandon the game, but Counterwallet may decimate players this time, at least I'm out if I have to use it.

I have tried using the brainwallet to sign the message but I am also getting invalids, so maybe the problem is not with the counterparty and it is on LTC site.

It very likely is at least a Counterparty issue, try pressing the sign button several times without changing the message, every time it is a different signature.

Finally managed to complete the process but using some BTC
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Legend of Satoshi Nakamato, begins here.... 4.34 BTC BOUNTY!!! on: September 25, 2014, 09:29:02 AM
This signup and verification for continuing the game is the worst registration process *ever*. I would swallow entering the credentials in three different places, but this piece of shit Counterwallet is broken, signing the message gives different signature every time?!? No wonder Let's Talk Bitcoin site says every signature is invalid. Has anyone ever tried this wallet before torturing us to use it? Or is it broken intentionally to force us to make a donation so we could continue the game? Really wouldn't bother me to donate for continuing the game but please, please, don't make us go through this wallet.

Last ARG forced us to have payware MineSweeper game to play and that made very few people to abandon the game, but Counterwallet may decimate players this time, at least I'm out if I have to use it.

I have tried using the brainwallet to sign the message but I am also getting invalids, so maybe the problem is not with the counterparty and it is on LTC site.
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Legend of Satoshi Nakamato, begins here.... 4.34 BTC BOUNTY!!! on: September 25, 2014, 09:04:07 AM
http://whit3r4bbi7.com/onedoorclosesanotherdooropens/adooradooradooradoor.php

EDIT: Once you click on the white squares and register, a video plays... watching now..

How did you get that URL?

+1 on this question for FableOfTheBees

Not to be rude, but it's not nice not explaining how a crucial new step is uncovered. What's the reasoning behind finding "adooradooradooradoor.php"?

Sorry...it was much simpler than what I posted previously, and why I provided a bad solution..

Turns out that the reason "star.mp3" worked is because I was connected via TOR. Any password works when you access http://whit3r4bbi7.com/onedoorclosesanotherdooropens/ via TOR network. Makes sense now...



You should see this in your Tor browser when you connect.

Fable, not asking about "star.mp3", the question was how on earth did you get "adooradooradooradoor.php"?
The answer is using TOR to access the site, then the site let you pass with any ID, which makes sense as the site was clearly a hint about privacy issues.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Legend of Satoshi Nakamato, begins here.... 4.34 BTC BOUNTY!!! on: September 25, 2014, 08:13:16 AM
INTERNET ID turned out to be "star.mp3" - the title of the music file playing in the background.

Am I the only one who's getting "access denied" from this?

No, indeed the code seems to ignore whatever your type, so we don't know how Fable got to that url.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Legend of Satoshi Nakamato, begins here.... 4.34 BTC BOUNTY!!! on: September 24, 2014, 09:05:56 PM
I have been working on the gif and steg all the day, LSB does not seem to have any menaingfull information, at least not ciphered.
I have also tried a lot of programs and algorithms but always empty, the only one that is a bit promising is GiffShuffle (http://www.darkside.com.au/gifshuffle/) it always return some information but that doesn't need to imply that there is information in there, I have tried with a lot of passwords but haven't found anything.

If someone has a unix machine it would be great to try stegdetect 0.6 ( http://www.outguess.org/download.php ) as it is not compiled for windows.

I am puzzled about the url at the end of the Gif and the gliders, I am thinking that the next step is a custom GoL that is placed in http://whit3r4bbi7.com/ but we need more hints or crazy ideas.

Edit:
Damm, after coin artist message, maybe we are looking were we shouldn't, we still have the 0,3 address and the first message to decode and maybe we have now all the information to solve those.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: New Bitcoin ARG, The legend begins here.... 4.33 BTC BOUNTY!!! on: September 18, 2014, 08:42:26 PM
Perfect, thank you.  I figured it had something to do with the serial number.

Yup whiterabbit twitter hinted us about using the serial and the print hint appeared in the fruits with the server url.

What was the tweet? I didn't see it.

Incidentally, I am working on a document similar to what shorena did last time around. It's already to 11 pages, and I haven't even put in any of the jpegs/pngs yet.
https://twitter.com/WHIT3R4BBI7 -> #GTIN -> Barcode/Serial...
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: New Bitcoin ARG, The legend begins here.... 4.33 BTC BOUNTY!!! on: September 18, 2014, 08:14:25 PM
Perfect, thank you.  I figured it had something to do with the serial number.

Yup whiterabbit twitter hinted us about using the serial and the print hint appeared in the fruits with the server url.
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: New Bitcoin ARG, The legend begins here.... 4.33 BTC BOUNTY!!! on: September 14, 2014, 02:13:40 PM
Ok this one is pretty obvious but I have not think about it until now.
The first message has two series of numbers the encoded in the X and the 347 final part, maybe that's the user and password and we just need to properly decode both.
3 4 7 9 12 16 30 37 43 48 51 55 59 65 - 3 4 7

Anyway the underscore hint doesn't fit in this reasoning but I think it was worth sharing.

I have been also working on pentesting the server but haven't found any relevant information aside from what I have shared previously.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: New Bitcoin ARG, The legend begins here.... 4.33 BTC BOUNTY!!! on: September 13, 2014, 07:33:40 PM
@TR3N47Y has changed it's twitter background and image.

The new avatar comes from: http://the--kyza.deviantart.com/art/Revival-276924026 titled Revival
The new background comes from: http://dani-owergoor.deviantart.com/art/Chess-305880710 titled Chess

The cite from the login also says grid, so I started thinking about where can we use a chess board, and I think it has to do with the first message and the X.

Reviewing the original messaga as a chess board 8x8 we get:
Code:
-=[O]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=
-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=
-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=
-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=
-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=
-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]E-=[M]=-=[ ]=
-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=
-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=
-=[ ]=-E[x]=-=[ ]=-=[-]=-=[3]=-=[4]=-=[7]=-=[ ?
O = Origin Block
M = Message
E = Error in separators
? = Missing close square bracket

The only way to make it fit in a 8x8 grid is removing 8 blocks, the part since the last error seems to be a signature so make sense to remove it, also the M block is preceded by an error (┐false satoshi?) so maybe thats the other one we should remove, that leaves us with:
Code:
-=[O]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=
-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=
-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=
-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=
-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=
-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=
-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=
-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[x]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=-=[ ]=

In a chess board it could be like this:

It can also translated to binary:
10011001
01001000
10000000
00000010
00000100
00010001
00100010
00100000

The origin block being the top left square of the board makes me think that there is no need to rotate to get the information, but I can no see how we can get some key or number to continue going down the rabbit hole.

EDIT:
Ok, he has updated again the profile now it has:
http://www.agiaco.net/The-Waiting-Place (The waiting place)
http://shadowtuga.deviantart.com/art/The-Surreal-140164421 (The surreal)

Anyway the chess board is present also in this new pictures I dom't think it is casual.

Another update:
The image now is the cover of "Moving forward" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zr9R7B885-Y
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: New Bitcoin ARG, The legend begins here.... 4.33 BTC BOUNTY!!! on: September 12, 2014, 06:48:33 PM
My ideas:
 + GTIN is a product/package number there is a search engine for registered GTINs at: http://gepir.gs1.org/v32/xx/gtin.aspx?Lang=en-US
 + GTIN sizes can be 8, 12, 13 or 14 digits
 + www.whit3r4bbi7.com has the Mysql port open which is rather strange, also FTP and SSL ports are open
 + Going to http://www.whit3r4bbi7.com:443/ renders a error message but the server name seems to be "sharedip-192186242104.prod.phx3.secureserver.net"
 + 192186242104 is a valid GTIB without information
 + Image from @whit3r4bbi7 does not seem to fit any know QR format, it is 13x13
 + The X in the first hint maybe mark a long number where each digit is the number of spaces between X that whould give the sequence:
 2/3 - 0 - 2 - 1 -2 - 3 -13 - 6 - 5 - 4/(2-1) - 2 - 3 - 3 - 5 - 1
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: New Bitcoin ARG, The legend begins here.... 4.33 BTC BOUNTY!!! on: September 12, 2014, 06:31:24 AM
My partner and I are two more steps along. Proof: "I'm_going_to_have_to_put_you_on_the_game_grid"

I'll drop some more hints tomorrow, zzzzz.

Following Twitter and after some test it is clear that there is a Base64 encoded cryptogram hidden in the white spaces using:
http://www.darkside.com.au/snow/

Just need to execute it: (I have uploaded original.txt to: http://pastebin.com/JmjWbDuk)
SNOW.EXE -C -p XXXX original.txt

To see random text changing the password, I have tried a lot of them but haven't found the correct one.



20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: New Bitcoin ARG, The legend begins here.... 3.3 BTC BOUNTY!!! on: September 10, 2014, 09:20:11 AM
I'm stuck on getting Crypto-JS to work for our use case. I'm doing things like the following:

Code:
cipher=CryptoJS.enc.Hex.parse(paddinghex); // create a WordArray based on a hex version of the padding
alert(cipher.toString(CryptoJS.enc.Base64)); // check for well-formed Base64
cparms = CryptoJS.format.OpenSSL.parse(cipher.toString(CryptoJS.enc.Base64)); // create CipherParams
cparms.iv = '0000';
cparms.key = 'wombats';
var decrypted=CryptoJS.Rabbit.decrypt(cparms,key,{iv: my_iv});
alert('decrypt: ' + decrypted.toString(CryptoJS.enc.Latin1)); // display output

Despite explicitly setting an iv and key, I get a different result every time I decrypt. At first I thought it was a problem with something randomized, like the iv or salt, but this issue occurs even when I'm explicitly setting the iv as in the example above. As far as I can tell, Rabbit doesn't use a salt. Has anyone been able to get consistent results out of it?

I'm only having trouble when I try to construct my own ciphertext. I can successfully encrypt then decrypt with Rabbit using Crypto-JS using the following because whatever I'm missing is automagically handled in the CipherParams that encrypt() built:

Code:
var msg="this is a friendly message.";
var key="keyword";
var encrypted=CryptoJS.Rabbit.encrypt(msg,key);
var decrypted=CryptoJS.Rabbit.decrypt(encrypted,key);
alert('decrypted: ' + decrypted.toString(CryptoJS.enc.Latin1));
The last method can be tested online here: http://uttool.com/encryption/rabbit/default.aspx

I have not tested it but reading the source code of crypto.js if you want to use a custom IV you must use:

Code:
var decrypted=CryptoJS.Rabbit.decrypt(msg,key,{iv: my_iv});
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