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1  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: cgminer.exe deleted from internet? on: February 01, 2014, 12:59:04 AM
Download WinRAR from http://www.rarlabs.com first. Then download one of the TAR files. It will open with WinRAR then you can open the EXE files inside them.
2  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Stealth Runner - Runs applications hidden during PC Idle on: February 01, 2014, 12:57:45 AM
How make this programm work with GUIminer ? And somebody know wath is "-g yes -v -a 15" ?

I am still some much time out of my nootbooks in meetings. Ah, and other question Can I run  Stealth Runner in smarthphones ?


Thx   Smiley

Hi. It was only for command line apps. It would launch command line apps in hidden mode, and only run when the PC is idle.

Ignore this now, many anti-viruses think it is a virus, and to be honest. I created it to instal on PC's stealthly.
3  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Stealth Runner - Runs applications hidden during PC Idle on: February 01, 2014, 12:56:13 AM
On windows you can schedule programs to be started when idle and stopped when not idle, without needing any additional software. What is the point of this?

It's also hidden.

I wrote it in VB6 long time back. It's now detected as a virus since people started to bundle it with malicious software. Thus making my whole email domain black listed. You can ignore this now.
4  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Withdrawing Over $10K From CoinBase Into US Bank Account - Legalities? on: November 22, 2013, 11:07:33 AM
Personally I would sell for cash.

Yea same, then you could deposit it anyway

Would'nt dare to do that myself. I know people who have been working, get paid in cash and put it into the bank and have had to repay the amount of cash that the tax would cost. If that happens it would be good if you also could prove that you've sold BTC and not been doing illegal stuff.

I would talk to the bank and pay the amount of tax just to be on the safe side, dont want to get in trouble with the government.....but i may just be a coward. Wink

Sell for cash, buy expensive car. Sell it a few months later. Claim it was a prize.
5  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Watch out for dragonkid , Sending wallet stealing trojan on: November 21, 2013, 05:29:16 PM
We have techs that specialize in areas. Everyone works with every company. If a client needs a website changed or redesigned, one main person will deal with that. If equipment is out of date and needs to be renewed, someone else deals with that. 1st line support team, 2nd line support team etc. If a client drops, it's not a big deal, but it goes against what we're trying to do. Every client has so far bought another client with them to us. Actually we did drop one client. She is a multimillionaire that ran the top company in her field for a long time, but she would argue over a 14 phone bill. Wasn't worth the hassle anymore.
6  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Watch out for dragonkid , Sending wallet stealing trojan on: November 21, 2013, 03:28:34 PM
Why the fuck are you talking about that fucking offtopic thing ? Make a damned thread "How I run my shit", this is a special one for the scammer dragonkid.

He's a scammer and we deemed that already. He probably has exhausted that account and is currently getting his post count up on another account.
7  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Withdrawing Over $10K From CoinBase Into US Bank Account - Legalities? on: November 21, 2013, 03:23:52 PM
dont dpo over 10k transaction with local bitcoins.
do with any trusted company you know.
if government will know its better. its your money and you have proof for it.
Thanks.

I didn't deposit anything with them. A lot of people list their phone numbers on there so you can just call them up instead.
8  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Withdrawing Over $10K From CoinBase Into US Bank Account - Legalities? on: November 21, 2013, 03:22:27 PM
I done a cash transaction a week ago with a guy that had over 3000 transactions all with 100% feedback. It was very laid back, the guy didn't even care to check the coins had actually be sent.

Lol, that's hillarious!

How much money have you made with BC so far, if you don't mind my asking?

I'm not into bitcoin to make money. In total since 2011 only around 80btc.
9  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Watch out for dragonkid , Sending wallet stealing trojan on: November 21, 2013, 12:59:10 PM
Why have a guy per 15 companies. What happens if that person is off sick for a week? or even if that person decides to leave suddenly? Also you manage the budgets yourself for each of the companies? Funny way of doing things! 10-20k should just be for the support contract of 24/7 support, time onsite should be charged per hour extra. 15 companies should be bringing in around 250k a year. Worth having 1 guy per 5 companies to take the load off and being able to work on other projects. Sounds like a risky business model.
10  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Watch out for dragonkid , Sending wallet stealing trojan on: November 21, 2013, 12:44:29 PM
I meant DHCP. DHCP is used on the internet as well. ISP will use it to give IPs to cable and DSL modems. It's not boring. I have 15 clients I manage, meaning about 20 locations, 15 sets of politics, 15 budgets, 15 different sets of applications and 15 different processes. It's never boring and always busy.

You said you deal with static IP's all day long. If you have to deal with Static IP's all day long while working in IT, there must be something seriously wrong with their networks.

Only 15? You sound like a kid that has just got his first job in IT.

Yup Servers, switches, ISPs, printers, DNS and other misc. network gear. When you are the only IT guy for 15 businesses and helping out with their day to day IT operations it gets pretty hectic. How may IT jobs have you had?

I'm 24 and currently a manager for an IT support and services company in London, proving support to around 30 financial companies, and personal support for 6 top level bankers and CEO's. Why don't you / your company hire another person? When we had 15 companies, we hired 3 support guys, plus a team of developers. If you provide 24/7 support to 15 companies, you must at least be taking in 10 - 20k from each contract. Makes sense really. Also where are you from? We're hiring in New York / Hong Kong.
11  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Withdrawing Over $10K From CoinBase Into US Bank Account - Legalities? on: November 21, 2013, 12:28:59 PM
Well you kinda have to do it locally unless you feel comfortable with cash in the post!

Localbitcoins.com

Choose a seller with 100% feedback that has done hundreds of transactions. It is as big of a risk of them as it is for you. They have bundles of cash on them, you would have a secure bitcoin wallet on a mobile phone / or possibly call someone at home to do the transaction for you.

If anything went wrong, chances are you could just pose as someone else and arrange another meetup with the person. It really isn't worth it for them to scam you.

People keep saying to do it in a public place, but handing over large amounts of cash in public places could present more problems. People thinking it is a drug deal etc. I would personally go along with a friend or family member.

I done a cash transaction a week ago with a guy that had over 3000 transactions all with 100% feedback. It was very laid back, the guy didn't even care to check the coins had actually be sent. Just have your wits about you.
12  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: ITTY BITTY EXCHANGE on: November 20, 2013, 09:58:29 PM
Their server seems to have a direct connection to the internet as well. There is no reason to open all of those ports on the firewall (Even if one exists!), so this must be the case. Seems very dodgy to me.
13  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: ITTY BITTY EXCHANGE 50% OFF ALL FEES TODAY! on: November 20, 2013, 09:55:30 PM
I brought this up with our developers - they say they open and close the firewall all the time as they need some of those ports to work on the server. Thank for the heads up though.

Windows Sever 2008 - how are you coming to this conclusion?

Also, we don't have any wallet functionality until 11/12/13, so not need to worry.

BitBot

Then why not just keep the ports they need open in the firewall rather than removing the firewall? They don't need most of that. Actually looks like that server has a direct internet connection, rather than go though a router / firewall. How do you protect against DDOS?
14  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Watch out for dragonkid , Sending wallet stealing trojan on: November 20, 2013, 07:27:57 PM
I meant DHCP. DHCP is used on the internet as well. ISP will use it to give IPs to cable and DSL modems. It's not boring. I have 15 clients I manage, meaning about 20 locations, 15 sets of politics, 15 budgets, 15 different sets of applications and 15 different processes. It's never boring and always busy.

You said you deal with static IP's all day long. If you have to deal with Static IP's all day long while working in IT, there must be something seriously wrong with their networks.

Only 15? You sound like a kid that has just got his first job in IT.
15  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Watch out for dragonkid , Sending wallet stealing trojan on: November 20, 2013, 08:49:11 AM
Why doesn't this forum ban accounts and/or even IP addresses?

They do ban accounts, and IPs, but it's pointless.
It's easy to get a new account and a new IP.

Plus, IP bans generate a quite a bit of threads of people (rightfully) suprised being locked off from the forum while they did nothing wrong (they just had bad luck and picked a baned IP).

True, I deal with static IPs all day long I forget about DHCP.

DHCP is for internal networks. You mean dynamic. Also that sounds like a boring job!
16  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Just Spent some bitcoins, now I regret my decision. on: November 18, 2013, 10:54:47 PM
Hi gang!

I just went in on a group pool - hope that was the right thing.  only makes sense to invest a little bitcoin in order to receive a little (more) bitcoin, right?

How? Where?
17  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Just Spent some bitcoins, now I regret my decision. on: November 18, 2013, 10:54:08 PM
Dont worry about spending your Bitcoins, you dont wait for buying new comp forever as well to get better for the same price

When the value goes up by $50 a day you do.
18  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: ITTY BITTY EXCHANGE on: November 18, 2013, 10:43:42 PM
I see a lot of accusations of potential foul play.


The only real accusation is that you aren't forthcoming with information and people who have been around are pointing out your presentation sucks.

Your presentation isn't even as good as most people who engage in foul play. Maybe with actual verifiable information you can fix this, gradually recovering once people know you have a team and who they are.

The web wallet functionality you have advertised though is brain dead.

They claim that their server has been security tested by the best in the industry, I found 16 open ports, including FTP (FileZilla), Windows File Sharing, Remote desktop, and others. Not to mention they are running Windows Server 2008 BETA. The web platform they use suffers from exploits quite often.
19  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: ITTY BITTY EXCHANGE 50% OFF ALL FEES TODAY! on: November 18, 2013, 10:17:46 PM
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As for exploits, we've had vulnerability audits performed by some of the best testers in the industry. If you can get get coin out of us, you would deserve it.

...I have just ran a simple port scanner on your server... You have port 21 open (FTP - Running Filezilla), Port 139/445 (NETBIOS & Windows FILE SHARING) AND 3389 (Remote Desktop).. ANY security analyst would tell you to shut these ports. I sure hope you don't keep bit coins on there!

Update:

What the hell? You have so many open ports... Who did you hire to "test" your server?

Discovered open port 445/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 135/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 139/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 3389/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 21/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 80/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 9/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 13/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 49154/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 17/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 49155/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 7/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 49157/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 19/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 49153/tcp on 202.56.13.27
Discovered open port 49152/tcp on 202.56.13.27

Final thing.. Why are you using Windows Server 2008 BETA?
20  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: ITTY BITTY EXCHANGE 50% OFF ALL FEES TODAY! on: November 18, 2013, 10:03:12 PM
So why is your domain name whois hidden?

Also if your company is in Australia, just curious to know why you are hosting the site in the US?
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