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December 09, 2015, 11:20:56 PM
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Mount Gox?!  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
I laughed so HARD!!!!

MtGox standed for "Magic the Gathering Online eXchange", was what Jed was doing when he appeared around. That was before MagicalTux buy it from him.

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December 09, 2015, 11:22:28 PM
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Well, we might as well add plagiarism to Craig Wright's list of accomplishments: http://attrition.org/errata/plagiarism/it_regulatory_standards_compliance_handbook.html



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[Update: Beginning on January 8, 2012, Craig Wright wrote an original rebuttal, a second follow-up a day after, and a third follow-up with additional information (We take some issue with the third, but will not get into it here). In it, he says that he did not properly cite some sources, but also gives additional details saying that some of the material was originally written by him, or as part of a group he was in. Mr. Wright indicates that some of this material, in its original form, is not available on Google, so we cannot verify it. It should be noted that Mr. Wright has spent a considerable amount of time researching each of the points outlined in this article, and determining what happened. This includes posting a sincere apology to the XSS FAQ author after mixing up who to obtain permission from. Many of the points Mr. Wright offers rebuttal to seem valid, that he was likely one of several contributors to work that eventually got used and re-used, and ultimately ended up in his book as well. We leave it up to the readers to determine the culpability of Mr. Wright in all of this.]
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December 09, 2015, 11:51:46 PM
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If this man is the real Satoshi, it should be easy to prove: he must own the key to the wallet which holds a million BTC. I don't understand that story about a trust which prevents him from cashing them. If he's the inventor, he must have the key to this wallet, and he just need to make one little transaction (eventually to another wallet he owns) to get everyone convinced.

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December 10, 2015, 12:04:34 AM
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Indeed... that's weird how an IT security and forensics expert got doxxed by "leaked emails"...  Huh

Eh, even Hackingteam got hacked and all of their emails are on Wikileaks now.

Which is why we have Wright asking them about a $20k SQL injection tool

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December 10, 2015, 12:10:59 AM
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Someone on Reddit found this very intriguing comment under a 2014 Techcrunch Bitcoin article from David Kleiman's father (the guy in the facebook photo seems senile enough to let on something he shouldn't have?):

http://techcrunch.com/2014/02/10/bitcoin-wins-best-technology-achievement-but-satoshi-doesnt-show/

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WTF???
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http://marc.info/?l=security-basics&m=114408728823821&w=1

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From: Craig Wright
Sent: Sat 1/04/2006 7:45 AM
To: Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers; security-basics@securityfocus.com
Cc:
Subject: How DNS works

Hello,

To alleviate some ignorance regarding the DNS process and public servers.

1          DNS

DNS Servers are public if they are a part of the public domain hierarchy. \
This is NOT that they are on the Internet. This is NOT if anyone can \
connect to port 53 and use them.

DNS Servers are public if and ONLY if they have become an authorised part \
of the DNS infrastructure.

This is a contractual agreement. To connect a DNS Server to the hierarchy \
it needs to serve a domain. To do this the higher level domain server and \
your domain system have an agreement – a contract (and please contracts are \
not required to be written) which exists with implied rights and restraints \
as dictated by the Internet community and the standards associated with use \
and the various domain bodies.

How this works;

Say I want to register              satoshi.com

I have to go to a register and apply to register the domain (in this case \
with a .com authority). There are terms in the contract which is formed.

Thus the name servers which are listed in the application and thus in the \
DNS hierarchy are public.

If I stick a server -ex               satoshi.private

On the internet for the use of the Internal network, than this is PRIVATE. \
If it is secure of not has NO relevance to the status of being public or \
private – this is a separate issue.
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December 10, 2015, 12:17:09 AM
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Hey, couldn't Gavin Andresen confirm? Didn't he say once, that he knew who Satoshi was?
I'm not sure, and I can't find a link but I think I read an article where he said he had met or talked with Satoshi once.

Anyway, if not him, some one else must be able to confirm.

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Someone on Reddit found this very intriguing comment under a 2014 Techcrunch Bitcoin article from David Kleiman's father (the guy in the facebook photo seems senile enough to let on something he shouldn't have?):

http://techcrunch.com/2014/02/10/bitcoin-wins-best-technology-achievement-but-satoshi-doesnt-show/

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WTF???




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http://marc.info/?l=security-basics&m=114408728823821&w=1

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-----Original Message-----
From: Craig Wright
Sent: Sat 1/04/2006 7:45 AM
To: Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers; security-basics@securityfocus.com
Cc:
Subject: How DNS works

Hello,

To alleviate some ignorance regarding the DNS process and public servers.

1          DNS

DNS Servers are public if they are a part of the public domain hierarchy. \
This is NOT that they are on the Internet. This is NOT if anyone can \
connect to port 53 and use them.

DNS Servers are public if and ONLY if they have become an authorised part \
of the DNS infrastructure.

This is a contractual agreement. To connect a DNS Server to the hierarchy \
it needs to serve a domain. To do this the higher level domain server and \
your domain system have an agreement – a contract (and please contracts are \
not required to be written) which exists with implied rights and restraints \
as dictated by the Internet community and the standards associated with use \
and the various domain bodies.

How this works;

Say I want to register              satoshi.com

I have to go to a register and apply to register the domain (in this case \
with a .com authority). There are terms in the contract which is formed.

Thus the name servers which are listed in the application and thus in the \
DNS hierarchy are public.

If I stick a server -ex               satoshi.private

On the internet for the use of the Internal network, than this is PRIVATE. \
If it is secure of not has NO relevance to the status of being public or \
private – this is a separate issue.

What are you quoting dude? The linked email doesn't have the domain example "satoshi", but "ignorant".
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Satoshi has always kept his identity private at all costs, even to people he worked with on bitcoin's code. Would he post on his blog, with his real name, that he was the creator of bitcoin?

And a public post about such a controversial issue, posted 6 years ago, didn't attract any attention for this long? No one read his blog? Edited post...

Satoshi made it clear that he wasn't interested in working any longer on bitcoin. He wouldn't talk on a bitcoin conference. That would attract too much attention. And he wouldn't keep mining bitcoin.

Furthermore, as other posted, there are problems with the PGP key.

Maybe this guy is an old bitcoiner or maybe he is faking even this. But I would be very surprised if he was Satoshi.

Clearly, those reporters from Wired are much more careful and intelligent than previous so-called discoverers of the real Satoshi (you are looking for a mastermind of disguise, so, where do you find him? Of course, on the yellow pages, using his real name!), they too are very suspicious.

I could write "Next"! Or write about the probable candidate. But I won't. Respect Satoshi privacy. Leave him alone. We owe him this and much more than this.




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He replaced ignorant with satoshi.
Still his basic explain on how DNS works seams pretty lame for someone with his said curriculum.

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December 10, 2015, 12:33:53 AM
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He replaced ignorant with satoshi.
Still his basic explain on how DNS works seams pretty lame for someone with his said curriculum.

As someone familiar with academia, this is quite normal. I've seen many people with 10+ "Book-smart" type certs, - CISSP/MSCE/SANS/GIAC etc etc etc,.. then you work with them and you realize they are book-brilliant, but have zero real-life experience (usually, I should add, as there are exceptions there).


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December 10, 2015, 12:39:05 AM
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Nothing to see here, move along.
Bottom line, that guy isn't Satoshi and his story makes no sense.
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December 10, 2015, 12:41:40 AM
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Satoshi's PGP Keys Are Probably Backdated and Point to a Hoax

http://motherboard.vice.com/read/satoshis-pgp-keys-are-probably-backdated-and-point-to-a-hoax#oo

http://www.bitcoin-gr.org
4411 804B 0181 F444 ADBD 01D4 0664 00E4 37E7 228E
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December 10, 2015, 12:43:49 AM
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At this stage, technically it does not really matter who is Satoshi, similar to it does not matter who invented nuclear weapon. But those 1 million coins that possibly Satoshi is still holding obviously attract lots of people, thus the raid

In future, anyone who have more than 1 bitcoin need to hire a bodyguard  Wink

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http://marc.info/?l=security-basics&m=114408728823821&w=1

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-----Original Message-----
From: Craig Wright
Sent: Sat 1/04/2006 7:45 AM
To: Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers; security-basics@securityfocus.com
Cc:
Subject: How DNS works

Hello,

To alleviate some ignorance regarding the DNS process and public servers.

1          DNS

DNS Servers are public if they are a part of the public domain hierarchy. \
This is NOT that they are on the Internet. This is NOT if anyone can \
connect to port 53 and use them.

DNS Servers are public if and ONLY if they have become an authorised part \
of the DNS infrastructure.

This is a contractual agreement. To connect a DNS Server to the hierarchy \
it needs to serve a domain. To do this the higher level domain server and \
your domain system have an agreement – a contract (and please contracts are \
not required to be written) which exists with implied rights and restraints \
as dictated by the Internet community and the standards associated with use \
and the various domain bodies.

How this works;

Say I want to register              satoshi.com

I have to go to a register and apply to register the domain (in this case \
with a .com authority). There are terms in the contract which is formed.

Thus the name servers which are listed in the application and thus in the \
DNS hierarchy are public.

If I stick a server -ex               satoshi.private

On the internet for the use of the Internal network, than this is PRIVATE. \
If it is secure of not has NO relevance to the status of being public or \
private – this is a separate issue.

What are you quoting dude? The linked email doesn't have the domain example "satoshi", but "ignorant".

That damn Carl Wright is rewriting history again, or:

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December 10, 2015, 01:00:56 AM
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The dude is a vaporware conman taking money from investors and running dozens of fake companies, he's been masquerading as SN for years, how could you people fall for this crap?
And yet you still cannot list the victims, point to any prior actual scams, and in contradiction it can be proved he operates a supercomputer (definitely the area of expertise for the average scam artist - probably just a hobby side job) and has access to millions of dollars.
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December 10, 2015, 01:12:16 AM
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I'm glad you're on the case Bruno. You seem to have a talent for digging stuff up.

I've lost track - Klieman's the dead dude, right? The holder of the trust? Did I see elsewhere he's an ex-cop with a background hacking investigations?

Take a look at this from 2008: http://www.vidarholen.net/~vidar/overwriting_hard_drive_data.pdf



It's possible that Craig Wright did some legit work with Dave Kleiman back in the day unrelated to Bitcoin, then Craig developed some scheme in his Serial Uni mind to take advantage of Dave's demise, i.e., making it look like Dave was Satoshi since he's no longer around to deny it, thinking it prudent to not claim he and Hal Finney were Team Satoshi just in case the Popsicle came back to life, exiting his cryo chamber earlier than expected.

That was what i was thinking too.
And that 2008 bit of info is bullshit.
I wiped data for the Canadian govt.. 4 years before that was posted.
And i had to choose what pattern / passes etc.
This expert was spouting nonsense.. even a retard knows that spots on drives are flagged right from the factory.
they are made flawed before they leave the factory and in time those bad blocks pop up more and more as the drive dies.
When that happens it takes spare blocks from the pool and redirects to the good block instead the bad flagged one.
That is how all hard drives work.
Only a few years ago i threw away my old 256 mb had drives (or smaller)
I had too much crap collecting dust.
So his point of writing to the same spot will of course never work because the spots are different on ever drive *almost guaranteed.

And the hacker man found out how to press the service buttons on his coffee maker and break it needing service ?
Wow what a hacker LOL

I thin k this guy has a habit of flapping his gums and tooting his horn but doesn't have the game to back it up.

And in case anyone cares i used US DOD something like 3 passes back in 2004'sih and that took like 24hrs to do in DOS.

Wright is an idiot.

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