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1861  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: How Much Trust does Bitaddress.org deserve? on: July 14, 2012, 02:55:42 PM
The code uses your mouse movements as a source of entropy. For deterministic (brain) wallets, that is irrelevant, anyway, because the entropy comes from the passphrase you dream up.
How do we know that the Bitaddress.org program is actually the compiled source code that is published?

If a government actor were trying to damage bitcoin, this would be the kind of trick they would use.
I haven't seen an answer to this yet.
We know that the bitaddress.org program is the code which is published because it is not compiled. Javascript is by nature a client-side scripting-language, so you can just "view source" to see what code it is using.
1862  Economy / Services / Re: Domain Names [.com .org .net .biz .info] .5 BTC each on: July 14, 2012, 04:03:37 AM
Actually, I'm not even seeing this to be possible  Shocked
You're somehow lowering the ICANN fee?
1863  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: How Much Trust does Bitaddress.org deserve? on: July 14, 2012, 03:31:35 AM
bitaddress.org is great for brainwallets. I've looked at the source code, monitored network activity while generating addresses, and tried to generate addresses after unplugging the ethernet cord (it worked). I am reasonably convinced that it does not store your private keys.
I have a copy of the website saved to my flash drive. In order to get into my brainwallet, you'd need to know my full name, SSN, driver's license ID number, and other things, not to mention the several-word salt I memorized. The novel part is that due to hashing algorithms, the brainwallet's passphrase includes none of this information Grin
1864  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Circle of Trust [Game/experiment] on: July 14, 2012, 01:45:01 AM
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I have encrypted the private key using AES 128bit pass phrase.
I call BS. There's no way anybody could decrypt something like that without the pass phrase (unless it was very weak, in which case it was not 128 bit)

Bitcoin Address:
169N4izDwoUb73Abwv8Qc1hSUTwpXanSwK
Private Key (Wallet Import Format):
5KMKBQAUGDayBLVLDxYGky3LfmYvs1U5HK8mGaVER2EeQDUY9ri

Passphrase was "bitcointalk.org"
There you go. "bitcointalk.org" is not 128 bits. it was not a "AES 128bit pass phrase." In fact, given where we are right now, I'd say the entropy is close to 0 bits  Roll Eyes
NIMDA

Do you wish to put up a larger bounty with a much stronger pass phrase?
If I put up a bounty with a pass phrase which was actually "AES 128bit," you would never crack it.
1865  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Circle of Trust [Game/experiment] on: July 13, 2012, 11:27:35 PM
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I have encrypted the private key using AES 128bit pass phrase.
I call BS. There's no way anybody could decrypt something like that without the pass phrase (unless it was very weak, in which case it was not 128 bit)
1866  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Circle of Trust [Game/experiment] on: July 13, 2012, 11:15:59 PM
That's not going to help  Roll Eyes AES is a pretty good encryption mechanism, and bruteforcing 32 bits is hard even with MD5.
1867  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Circle of Trust [Game/experiment] on: July 13, 2012, 03:11:11 PM
You sent me 2.0 BTC and I sent it on and I am not even in the master list!
That is called block-chain pruning; I'm surprised we got to it before Gavin did  Cheesy
1868  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: #bitcoin is on: July 13, 2012, 03:49:16 AM
-- looking bullish BUY BUY BUY
1869  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: Bitcoins and Asset Protection on: July 13, 2012, 03:45:30 AM
Use a brainwallet. That way, you have plausible deniability. "I don't own that address!"
1870  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Circle of Trust [Game/experiment] on: July 13, 2012, 02:48:55 AM
I think the longest chain is below.
Oh I see, so now we're competing for the longest chains. Did you orphan any blocks?
1871  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Circle of Trust [Game/experiment] on: July 11, 2012, 10:05:17 PM
Oh lol, I'm just always used to seeing the Deepbit account.
1872  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Circle of Trust [Game/experiment] on: July 11, 2012, 09:51:48 PM
I want to know who has Al the Alpaca's .011BTC. That was his facet money. Don't get the Alpaca upset, for I see he's starting to leave droppings on threads he dislikes.  Shocked

~Bruno~

I believe it was used to cover fees.

And did you actually send to 1VayNert? That's DeepBit's address...
Edit: nope you didn't.
1873  Economy / Services / Re: Domain Names [.in!!! .com .org .net .biz .info] .5 BTC each on: July 11, 2012, 06:32:30 PM
Wow, I'm still confused about your niche... tucows offers names for $15 each  Undecided
1874  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Circle of Trust [Game/experiment] on: July 11, 2012, 05:29:15 PM
and I used a new blockchain.info wallet, so that I could combine it with one other address I own (which only got one input) to pay the transaction fee. Also please don't send to either of the two addresses I used (the one it received on and the one which contributed 0.001 BTC) because I have deleted them.
1875  Economy / Securities / Re: [GLBSE] Not afraid of risk? Get up to 1% daily! - OBSI.HRPT on: July 11, 2012, 05:14:16 PM
who wants to bet on when "they" default?
1876  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Circle of Trust [Game/experiment] on: July 11, 2012, 03:47:45 AM
*can't tell if you could tell if I was joking*

also we need someone else to post an address
1877  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Circle of Trust [Game/experiment] on: July 11, 2012, 03:21:34 AM
But wait... it's going back to Garr in the end.
Now I see the light! It was all a scam in the hopes that people would add to it! Shocked

rofl


Seriously though, if you're going to add to it, calculate the number of transactions left on it and multiply that by 0.00051, so you can cover people's tx fees
1878  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Circle of Trust [Game/experiment] on: July 11, 2012, 02:35:42 AM
I sent it, but you might want to post your address and "received" again to keep things simple
1879  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Circle of Trust [Game/experiment] on: July 11, 2012, 02:26:28 AM
lol, verified alpacas. Just waiting on the TX fee which is coming from a faucet.
Also waiting on more confs
1880  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Circle of Trust [Game/experiment] on: July 11, 2012, 02:18:04 AM
1EWRJ5BeibZxMguujPLzqM8WWiHpFJtLLx
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Only "Full members" and above can participate, just to avoid someone creating an account to steal the coin
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