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Author Topic: DashMiner.com - BTC & DASH multipool for AMD GPUs. Fast kernel and custom software. Extra profit  (Read 90208 times)
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July 17, 2015, 11:07:17 PM
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This mining software is recognized as malicious software by 21 / 55 scanners on virus total.
See yourself: https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/db29e13a8e15292612247def55718eb05c836b646a5781033286544cf4720e0b/analysis/

What do you say, does it cointain a Trojan.Generic.14786865 or not?

I get warnings like that all the time for various versions of sgminer for Windows because the mining code has been used for covert mining and causing high energy usage of unsuspecting workstations.  So, those AV scanners will warn to say they detected a "bitcoin" miner so that the end user is aware.  The code is open source and I build mine from source.  I use a Linux system though.
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July 18, 2015, 01:13:09 AM
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This mining software is recognized as malicious software by 21 / 55 scanners on virus total.
See yourself: https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/db29e13a8e15292612247def55718eb05c836b646a5781033286544cf4720e0b/analysis/

What do you say, does it cointain a Trojan.Generic.14786865 or not?


Hi!

This is very interesting. I scanned the ZIP at VirusTotal before releasing it and there was just 2 detections:
https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/db29e13a8e15292612247def55718eb05c836b646a5781033286544cf4720e0b/analysis/1435226924/

3 weeks have passed, file has not changed (you can see it by the matching hash). But now there are 21 detections:
https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/db29e13a8e15292612247def55718eb05c836b646a5781033286544cf4720e0b/analysis/

The new detections are by some unknown anitvirus software and are unspecific. Well known software detects a bitcoin miner, and that is expected.

EXE was prepared on a special build machine, so having a virus there is very unlikely.
The miner is open source, so you can compile it from github yourself to be 100% sure.

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July 18, 2015, 01:20:17 AM
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Notice: we are changing the base rate to 0.25 DASH. This is because the START and DASH difficulty have increased simnifically in the last few days and we made a big loss on today's payouts.
We are expecting that the actual payouts (with the daily bonus) will be around 0.26 - 0.30 DASH. The increasing DASH price also has influence on this. Thanks for understanding.
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July 18, 2015, 01:20:58 AM
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This mining software is recognized as malicious software by 21 / 55 scanners on virus total.
See yourself: https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/db29e13a8e15292612247def55718eb05c836b646a5781033286544cf4720e0b/analysis/

What do you say, does it cointain a Trojan.Generic.14786865 or not?


Hi!

This is very interesting. I scanned the ZIP at VirusTotal before releasing it and there was just 2 detections:
https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/db29e13a8e15292612247def55718eb05c836b646a5781033286544cf4720e0b/analysis/1435226924/

3 weeks have passed, file has not changed (you can see it by the matching hash). But now there are 21 detections:
https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/db29e13a8e15292612247def55718eb05c836b646a5781033286544cf4720e0b/analysis/

The new detections are by some unknown anitvirus software and are unspecific. Well known software detects a bitcoin miner, and that is expected.

EXE was prepared on a special build machine, so having a virus there is very unlikely.
The miner is open source, so you can compile it from github yourself to be 100% sure.

Thanks

I think there are large corporations pushing for the flagging of Cryptocurrency miners as malware to deter the general public from getting in on the game.  Most people are not going to want to take a chance if anything pops up.  It's just like with BitTorrent clients.
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July 18, 2015, 01:44:05 AM
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17-07-2015 payout hash is 2eb7071cae76c5d1c42be46e4749a098a4ac34f992841558798ec99c1916182f .  0.004616 BTC per 100% (0.35 DASH base + 0% daily bonus at 0.01319 DASH/BTC exchange rate). $1.289 USD per 100% (279.18 BTC/USD exchange rate).
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July 19, 2015, 01:25:30 AM
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18-07-2015 payout hash is 4b60dbfc2e0ea854b5c7ba50b96ea7ffc764174f62d8bc621a1de19ea8268f63 .  0.003607 BTC per 100% (0.25 DASH base + 8% daily bonus at 0.01336056 DASH/BTC exchange rate). $0.989 USD per 100% (274.33 BTC/USD exchange rate).
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July 20, 2015, 05:11:58 AM
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19-07-2015 payout hash is 914a7b21f3e927ee6c0c1d144498625ce4a569d5f1bf0ffd7fb44e3d3c8c46c5 .  0.003859 BTC per 100% (0.25 DASH base + 17% daily bonus at 0.01319261 DASH/BTC exchange rate). $1.061 USD per 100% (274.90 BTC/USD exchange rate).
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July 20, 2015, 08:11:26 AM
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Hi guys!

First of all, thank you for mining at dashminer.com.

I thought of sharing my hardware speeds (see screenshots below).

Please share your results if you have time.

Thank you!




AMD R9 280X - 85%
AMD 6770 - 8%
Windows 7, 15.7 driver, no overclocking.
sgminer.exe -o sf -u XXX_test -p support@dashminer.com -I 22,20



AMD 6950 - 25%
AMD R9 7950 - 58%
AMD R9 290 - 100%
Windows 7, 15.7 driver, no overclocking.
sgminer.exe -o sf -u XXX_test -p support@dashminer.com -I 20,22,22
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July 20, 2015, 03:29:42 PM
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Hi, I want to run through your cgwatcher sgminer, but cgwatcher sgminer recorded after the launch, there is a solution?
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July 20, 2015, 06:21:16 PM
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Hi, I want to run through your cgwatcher sgminer, but cgwatcher sgminer recorded after the launch, there is a solution?

Hi!

What exactly is your problem with cgwatcher? It take too long (like 10 minutes or so) to start with dashminer profile?

dashminer is open source and is based on sph-sgminer.

cgwatcher is NOT open source and so I cannot identify why it behaves strangely with dashminer.
You may try posting in cgwatcher thread, perhaps this is a known issue.

Why do you need cgwatcher at all? You can see the statistics graphs online.

Thanks
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July 20, 2015, 06:51:59 PM
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Hi, I want to run through your cgwatcher sgminer, but cgwatcher sgminer recorded after the launch, there is a solution?

Hi!

What exactly is your problem with cgwatcher? It take too long (like 10 minutes or so) to start with dashminer profile?

dashminer is open source and is based on sph-sgminer.

cgwatcher is NOT open source and so I cannot identify why it behaves strangely with dashminer.
You may try posting in cgwatcher thread, perhaps this is a known issue.

Why do you need cgwatcher at all? You can see the statistics graphs online.

Thanks
It is not in the statistics, and overheating cards, followed by stopping the sgminer(
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July 20, 2015, 08:31:29 PM
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Hi guys!

First of all, thank you for mining at dashminer.com.

I thought of sharing my hardware speeds (see screenshots below).

Please share your results if you have time.

Thank you!




AMD R9 280X - 85%
AMD 6770 - 8%
Windows 7, 15.7 driver, no overclocking.
sgminer.exe -o sf -u XXX_test -p support@dashminer.com -I 22,20



AMD 6950 - 25%
AMD R9 7950 - 58%
AMD R9 290 - 100%
Windows 7, 15.7 driver, no overclocking.
sgminer.exe -o sf -u XXX_test -p support@dashminer.com -I 20,22,22

What is your overheat limit for the R9 280X?  X11 generally stayed at around 75C for me and I feel like I'm really pushing it with it averaging 85C with dashminer.  But but 92C?  It seems there's some inefficiency?  Also, I'm getting roughly 30 hardware errors a day.
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July 21, 2015, 01:28:26 AM
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Are the api options in your sgminer turned off?  It seems to take the options, but it never opens up the port to listen on.
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July 21, 2015, 01:37:03 AM
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July 21, 2015, 03:18:16 AM
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Somebody is mining with 1F9Uu87B4MM7mRkUJD2uydXvWCegk2DBW address. The address is not correct, please check your options.


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Invalid Bitcoin address: 1F9Uu87B4MM7mRkUJD2uydXvWCegk2DBW (code -5)

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July 21, 2015, 03:27:54 AM
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Hi, I want to run through your cgwatcher sgminer, but cgwatcher sgminer recorded after the launch, there is a solution?

Hi!

What exactly is your problem with cgwatcher? It take too long (like 10 minutes or so) to start with dashminer profile?

dashminer is open source and is based on sph-sgminer.

cgwatcher is NOT open source and so I cannot identify why it behaves strangely with dashminer.
You may try posting in cgwatcher thread, perhaps this is a known issue.

Why do you need cgwatcher at all? You can see the statistics graphs online.

Thanks
It is not in the statistics, and overheating cards, followed by stopping the sgminer(

Sorry. I am not quite sure I understand what you refer to.

If you mean that you want to make sure your cards never overheat, then you should set up the respective sgminer parameters.

Something like:

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-- auto-fan true --temp-cutoff 90 --temp-overheat 80 --temp-target 70 --gpu-fan 40-80
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July 21, 2015, 03:32:20 AM
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Are the api options in your sgminer turned off?  It seems to take the options, but it never opens up the port to listen on.


I have not modified the API stuff, so supposedly it should work.
If you provide me with some extra details how to replicate the issue, I can take a look (PM is fine)

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July 21, 2015, 03:44:18 AM
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Looks like the 92 degrees on my R9 280X screenshot got a few people amused...

Just letting you know that I am not mining on this computer and it has R9 280X' fans set to 10% for super quiet operation. The second GPU in that computer (AMD 6770) is GV-R677SL-1GD, and that's a fanless model. So this computer is almost inaudible. As for the 2nd screenshot... that's a mining rig in a garage, open case with 3 extra fans. So you can see the temps are a lot lower.

PS: I would recommend to set a temp cutoff to at least 90 degrees and target to 85 or less.

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July 21, 2015, 04:02:15 AM
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20-07-2015 payout hash is 9471ce92c0e5fa60856568a1dd504037296fe0f77772091a8d5578b88eb0849c .  0.003726 BTC per 100% (0.25 DASH base + 12% daily bonus at 0.013308175 DASH/BTC exchange rate). $1.042 USD per 100% (279.53 BTC/USD exchange rate).
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July 21, 2015, 10:37:34 AM
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Dear miners!

We have just released dashminer software version 1.1. The links are on official website.
This is a mandatory update, please update as soon as possible. Update includes Fiji bins (probably quite slow now, but better than nothing) and updated GCN bins.

We've also increased the base rate from 0.25 to 0.26 DASH.

Thanks!
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