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June 15, 2015, 10:16:49 PM
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Once again on this forum.... I find another constant trust abuser.

Look at my trust... I have neg trust saying dont accept files from this user...or something of that nature.

I would like to ask the question.... WHY? in this case and what has tomatocage got to do with this?

I know why. this thread - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1067965.msg11619033#msg11619033.

Check out that post. I found an exploit in a scam site and created a small application. Sure its not open source but I explained why and also asked users to run it in a sandbox environment (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandbox_(software_development)) obviously IF THEY WANTED TO RUN IT I have not forced files on anyone.

I said this to let users know in general not to download files and be careful when doing so... due to the amount of wallet stealing malware around.

Really I am not too bothered about my alt having neg trust.... But I am bothered that tomatocage has once again abused the trust system. I dont understand why pointing out an exploit in a site and showing a proof of concept is enough for me to be an untrustworthy individual when it comes to using Bitcoins?!?!


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June 15, 2015, 10:18:19 PM
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June 15, 2015, 10:50:21 PM
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Yea, no one should click on any link that you post. If they do then their computer will likely get infected with malware.

The trust is appropriate.

Also, from the looks of this this is not your main account, and I doubt it is any surprise that you posted the malware from a throwaway account instead of your primary one because either TC has a negative on that one already or you don't want that account ruined

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June 15, 2015, 10:51:33 PM
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Yea, no one should click on any link that you post. If they do then their computer will likely get infected with malware.

The trust is appropriate.

Also, from the looks of this this is not your main account, and I doubt it is any surprise that you posted the malware from a throwaway account instead of your primary one because either TC has a negative on that one already or you don't want that account ruined

Says another trust abuser.....

check the source of the program I posted if you like... exe2aut does that. You will find no malware code.
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