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1  Economy / Currency exchange / [H] Skrill [N] BTC on: September 06, 2016, 02:39:54 PM
Around 10 EUR needs to be exchanged lmk
2  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Looking for 0.75BTC paying in paypal or skrill. on: September 06, 2016, 01:29:45 PM
Sold this guy 1.77BTC for skrill, i went first and he payd! Trusted and reliable!
3  Economy / Currency exchange / (H) 15$ Skrill (w) bitcoin on: September 06, 2016, 11:14:50 AM
Looking to get some bitcoin for my skrill, pm me!
4  Economy / Goods / PS4, iPhone 5s & 3DS. Each for around $150. on: September 06, 2016, 07:58:14 AM
iPhone 5s: $175. Comes with box, earphones, and charger cord + adapter.l
3ds: $75. Comes as is. Charger & box included.
PS4: $220. Comes with one game of your choice & 1 remote,
Games:
BO3
GTA5
last of us

Thanks. Shipping from Idaho. Bitcoin or PayPal,
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hacked BitcoinTalk Data Finally Surfaces On Dark Net on: September 06, 2016, 07:46:09 AM
I think that one extra step of security would be to have implemented a custom salt for every users password

Each hash has a unique 12-byte salt.

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Also, from StackOverflow:

That's the same nonsense I was responding to.

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Not all of the passwords in the database leak had that encryption :p

It's impossible to upgrade a user's hash until they log in, since their password isn't known. Those users never logged in since the hash algorithm was upgraded several years ago.

What year did you change the hashing algorithm? From what I saw in the database some users who didn't logon after 2012 were not in it.
6  Economy / Digital goods / Re: Bitcointalk account UID under 50 for ONLY 0.1 BTC! on: September 06, 2016, 07:34:58 AM
The price is actually decent for an account of that status.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hacked BitcoinTalk Data Finally Surfaces On Dark Net on: September 06, 2016, 07:10:53 AM
Here's the typical encrypted Bitcointalk user password.

$5$rounds=7500$uxETNKYBd49f1XZT$GqmY9SIrgeXwNI/QmhhkYKpznDrFPENk2uvCwBrnsLA

98% of the users here will not know what the hell that is, nor will they know how to use it efficiently. And the time to crack one doesn't meet the reason to do it.

I wouldn't be so sure about your last statement, if they don't know what an encrypted password is they could search in google.

And as Robert_A says it takes only few seconds to decrypt a password so it's not difficult to get the password in the 'plain text'

The price of 1BTC seems very cheap to me, for the hacker is needed only one or two legendary accounts to hack and reach the ROI very fast(badly).

He said a few seconds to decrypt a password that has NUMBERS in it only. Those are easy to crack because it's not hard to go through every possible number combination between 1-10 digits. Also, it's not easy to reach ROI now as people are very sceptical when it comes to dealing with people, even legendary accounts. Of course, if you plan it out and get a big scam all ready to go then bad luck to everyone else.
8  Economy / Digital goods / Re: Selling bo0t.com domain and matching unused forum account, 100$. on: September 06, 2016, 04:30:38 AM
Hey mate, you might want to change the password to your account bo0t.

7*****re?

Stay safe buddy Smiley
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hacked BitcoinTalk Data Finally Surfaces On Dark Net on: September 06, 2016, 04:29:38 AM
Doesn't necessarily mean you're safe. I have billions of database entries in my possession. So let's say, I get your username and search it up on the Bitcointalk database.

Username leads to your email.

I grep that email within all my entries, and any average person will have most likely signed up on another site that was hacked so I will usually find someone's password in a soft password encryption algorithm or in plaintext.

This is where not using your password more than once in the same place comes in handy.
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hacked BitcoinTalk Data Finally Surfaces On Dark Net on: September 06, 2016, 04:22:45 AM
Here's the typical encrypted Bitcointalk user password.

$5$rounds=7500$uxETNKYBd49f1XZT$GqmY9SIrgeXwNI/QmhhkYKpznDrFPENk2uvCwBrnsLA

98% of the users here will not know what the hell that is, nor will they know how to use it efficiently. And the time to crack one doesn't meet the reason to do it.
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hacked BitcoinTalk Data Finally Surfaces On Dark Net on: September 06, 2016, 04:18:39 AM
This just out in the news. What are the implications of this as a regular user of BCT? Should we be worried about this?

http://themerkle.com/hacked-bitcointalk-user-data-finally-surfaces-on-dark-net/

"Just a few days ago, the data stolen from the BitcoinTalk.org hack in 2015 was posted for sale on dark net. A hacker going by DoubleFlag, is selling BitcoinTalk.org’s database. The same hacker is said to be responsible for the 68 million emails and hashed passwords from Dropbox that went for sale on dark net not too long ago.

BitcoinTalk.org was originally hacked in May of 2015, but the data wasn’t posted until a few days ago. DoubleFlag seems to have been the first one able to get his hands on it, and no one after him for that matter. The stolen data was only accessible by using data breach notification sites like Hacked-DB and LeakedSource."



Oh no, I think if they sell it, It cause big in bitcoin community because many earners are earning here in bitcointalk by services like selling their accounts, by joining signature camapaign and many more. What is the action of theymos now? And What should we do now have accounts in bitcointalk?

99% of the users are safe. (Not 99. But a lot.) The passwords were encrypted with 5 rounds & used strong encryption algorithms. Many passwords will never be cracked or aren't worth the time to crack.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hacked BitcoinTalk Data Finally Surfaces On Dark Net on: September 06, 2016, 04:06:46 AM
'To break it down, there are 469,540 passwords that have been encrypted with SHA-256, and 44,868 passwords encrypted wit SMF encryption.'

Incorrect.
13  Economy / Digital goods / Re: [WTS] $63 in Amazon gift cards for $40 BTC on: September 06, 2016, 04:05:24 AM
Guys im so desperate, things just went all Murphy's law on me. I'm in desperate need of these coins. My new debit card wont work on VirWox, Coinbase, or even Paypal (and i have it linked to a bank and it wont let me use credit Angry)


I have access to amazon codes and am very willing to negotiate. I'm more than happy to give the codes first.


PS my rep sucks cause a few years ago i was a teenage 1337 haXor, it's nauseating to think about. I can assure you i know my way around forums (being the moderator of a subreddit).

But, i beg you, shoot me an offer

I can complete the trade but you'll have to go first for this one.
14  Economy / Computer hardware / [11] SP20's. $40 each. Hashing at 1.52 each. on: September 06, 2016, 03:56:46 AM
1.52 is the average.

Selling each for $40.

PayPal or Bitcoin.

Shopping from Idaho. Thanks.
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Bitcoin environment seems toxic right now... has it felt like this before? on: March 28, 2014, 03:48:48 PM
Perhaps it's just the forums, but I feel like there's a lot of negative vibes coming from BTC right now. 
I've following Bitcoin and mining for a while but never bothered with forums until recently.  Is this common amongst forum-goers or is it really just Bitcoin in general?

I've been around in the bitcoin world since 2010. This feels a lot like when the price fell after the all time high of $35 back to $3. It might lose 90% again and go back to $100 but it will go back up. It always does.
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: A historic moment, soon repeated on: March 28, 2014, 03:40:08 PM
Found this historic image on my phone from 2013-11-27. Was following in real-time in my car trying to keep my hands on the wheel=)
I hope I will see this again, hopefully at another exchange!



I remember when it hit the $100 mark and hundred dollar bills were all over the site.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: A historic moment, soon repeated on: March 28, 2014, 03:39:05 PM
In 2-3 years, $1000 is going to look cheap. HODL

i think so!
I hope so!

Bitcoin fundamentals haven't changed.


And all the manufacturing equipment to build cars is still in Detroit too Tongue
18  Other / Off-topic / Re: Somebody Doesn't Like MtGox..... on: February 26, 2014, 07:13:21 AM
he will kick himself when those .003 btc are worth hundreds Tongue
19  Economy / Speculation / Re: Can anybody explain the MTGox price? on: February 25, 2014, 05:54:20 PM
Hi All,

This may have been explained in another post but there's something I don't get:
http://bitcoinity.org/markets/mtgox/USD

On an exchange which doesn't trade, how can the price be anything above 0$? When the website is inaccessible, shouldn't it be removed from any indexers?

I'm guessing the MTGox API is still live, and if so, I don't get how the price is variable when people can't buy or sell.

Thanks!



Write to bitcoinity (and other sites) and ask them to remove the quote from dead exchanges.  I mean is anyone still showing the last quote for Tradehill, bitcoinica, and countless other failed exchanges?  It is stupid and pointless.
lol... i remember tradehill
20  Economy / Speculation / Re: Can anybody explain the MTGox price? on: February 25, 2014, 05:51:02 PM
it was the last price before halting trading
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