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May 27, 2011, 03:01:32 PM
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I've caught 2 different IP addresses trying to sql inject bitmunchies.  So far, no damage, but I am starting to wonder if this is one of the prices of doing business in bitcoins.  Can anyone relate to this experience?

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May 27, 2011, 03:05:14 PM
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I've caught 2 different IP addresses trying to sql inject bitmunchies.  So far, no damage, but I am starting to wonder if this is one of the prices of doing business in bitcoins.  Can anyone relate to this experience?

Nah, haven't experien'DROP TABLE posts; --


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May 27, 2011, 03:07:03 PM
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On a serious note, Ubitex's been hit with a lot lately. I highly recommend CloudFlare.

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May 27, 2011, 03:09:54 PM
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On a serious note, Ubitex's been hit with a lot lately. I highly recommend CloudFlare.

Looks interesting.  I'll check it out.  Thanks for the tip, cuddlefish. Smiley

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May 27, 2011, 03:31:02 PM
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So what does  this do exactly? hmmm  Cheesy ; DROP TABLE posts;

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May 27, 2011, 04:46:56 PM
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I had someone trying to do the phpMyAdmin PHP Code injection exploit on my site, somebody trying to guess path names, jQuery XSS exploit, I'm sure there has been a few mysql injection tries as well, but I haven't studied all logs yet.

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May 27, 2011, 06:58:27 PM
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Just running a web site on the Internet is enough; virtually all of these are automated attacks on large swaths of IP address space.

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May 28, 2011, 01:24:48 AM
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I've caught 2 different IP addresses trying to sql inject bitmunchies.  So far, no damage, but I am starting to wonder if this is one of the prices of doing business in bitcoins.  Can anyone relate to this experience?

Just keep updating your opencart as soon as updates come out.  All popular shopping carts seem to be probed for weaknesses.  They are looking to break in and get credit card numbers so actually bitcoin sites are a POOR target.  They could have complete control of my server they could still get no coins and no credit card numbers.

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May 28, 2011, 02:03:44 AM
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I've caught 2 different IP addresses trying to sql inject bitmunchies.  So far, no damage, but I am starting to wonder if this is one of the prices of doing business in bitcoins.  Can anyone relate to this experience?

Just keep updating your opencart as soon as updates come out.  All popular shopping carts seem to be probed for weaknesses.  They are looking to break in and get credit card numbers so actually bitcoin sites are a POOR target.  They could have complete control of my server they could still get no coins and no credit card numbers.

These automated scans are not looking for credit card numbers they are looking for host that can be easily compromised. I get at least a couple every week. Block the IPs and don't pay too much attention. If there's a targeted attack, then you should keep an eye on it, but even if this happens the likelihood is someone just trying out some automated tools. People with skills have better things to do 
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May 28, 2011, 03:30:42 AM
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People with skills have better things to do 
You'd think so, but the skilled in this world seem to be at least as good at time wasting as their unskilled brethren.  Smiley

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May 28, 2011, 05:36:30 AM
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Wow, we at bitmarket.eu too saw some attempts of hacking. It seems that people (even the evil ones Wink) are believing in Bitcoin success so much that they are willing to steal BTC. Maybe they think that the law would be on their side ("but, but, I took something that doesn't exist, it doesn't count!") Cheesy.
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