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April 22, 2013, 09:41:59 AM
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Looks like there's still cached shares / history to catch up with.

I show unconfirmed credits even though it is *way* past twenty hours since I submitted a share.

NP. Just FYI.
if you are on DGM you will be paid for several rounds after you stop mining, it is the "tail off"
Yep, expect that.

Here's some data. Just in case it is useful.

If you wish / need, I'll PM you the account name.
Although I doubt this is an anomaly specific to me.

Just trying to help work through the transition effects.

I don't think you would be out of line to suggest to just give it a day and see if it settles out. I'm merely reporting what I see now.

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Unconfirmed Credit:
0.03981841 BTC"

"232427   2013-04-19 14:56:14   1,490   0.00293916   0.00000000   0.00000197   Completed"
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April 22, 2013, 09:48:51 AM
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Looks like there's still cached shares / history to catch up with.

I show unconfirmed credits even though it is *way* past twenty hours since I submitted a share.

NP. Just FYI.
if you are on DGM you will be paid for several rounds after you stop mining, it is the "tail off"
Yep, expect that.

Here's some data. Just in case it is useful.

If you wish / need, I'll PM you the account name.
Although I doubt this is an anomaly specific to me.

Just trying to help work through the transition effects.

I don't think you would be out of line to suggest to just give it a day and see if it settles out. I'm merely reporting what I see now.

"DGM
Round Credit*:
0.00000982 BTC
Unconfirmed Credit:
0.03981841 BTC"

"232427   2013-04-19 14:56:14   1,490   0.00293916   0.00000000   0.00000197   Completed"
cool, cheers Smiley

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April 22, 2013, 10:22:00 AM
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Just wondering did everyones total credit get reset to 0 cause of the hack i see a last payment on the 19 that i never got im guessing thats when the hacker recieved all the payouts.

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April 22, 2013, 10:34:45 AM
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Just wondering did everyones total credit get reset to 0 cause of the hack i see a last payment on the 19 that i never got im guessing thats when the hacker recieved all the payouts.

Yeah I went to 0 and the scumbag took my 1+ BTC  Angry

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April 22, 2013, 10:54:27 AM
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Graet,
Keep up the great work and glad to see the site functioning again Smiley

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April 22, 2013, 11:06:34 AM
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Public Disclosure.

On Saturday afternoon I was notified that Strongcoin was holding 568 BTC believed to be from the Ozcoin theft. Everytime you make a payment from StrongCoin the fee goes to 1STRonGxnFTeJiA7pgyneKknR29AwBM77 so any payments from strongcoin held accounts are easily traced back to the site.


I was asked by 2 separate people on this forum if I could hold the funds (Sorry to the people I didn't reply to). The evidence that these funds came from the heist seemed plausible to me.

At 8am yesterday morning the funds were intercepted when the user made a payment.

https://blockchain.info/address/1DsFCAZaxhJ9YGw5X8NCW9VkSMDZMyXzMF

I've spoken to the user in question over email. The user says he sold a car for BTC but can't reveal who to due to an NDA agreement.

Graeme and I had a conversation over the phone and some evidence came to light, that to me, made it very likely the user I have contact with was connected to the heist. I'm not going to reveal any details of the user accept to legal authorities if asked. I believe we should abide by due process.

I have sent a link to this post to the user so he/she can comment. Otherwise in the next few hours I will return the funds to Graeme, he can then decide what happens to those funds.
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April 22, 2013, 11:09:06 AM
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Public Disclosure.

On Saturday afternoon I was notified that Strongcoin was holding 568 BTC believed to be from the Ozcoin theft. Everytime you make a payment from StrongCoin the fee goes to 1STRonGxnFTeJiA7pgyneKknR29AwBM77 so any payments from strongcoin held accounts are easily traced back to the site.


I was asked by 2 separate people on this forum if I could hold the funds (Sorry to the people I didn't reply to). The evidence that these funds came from the heist seemed plausible to me.

At 8am yesterday morning the funds were intercepted when the user made a payment.

https://blockchain.info/address/1DsFCAZaxhJ9YGw5X8NCW9VkSMDZMyXzMF

I've spoken to the user in question over email. The user says he sold a car for BTC but can't reveal who to due to an NDA agreement.

Graeme and I had a conversation over the phone and some evidence came to light, that to me, made it very likely the user I have contact with was connected to the heist. I'm not going to reveal any details of the user accept to legal authorities if asked. I believe we should abide by due process.

I have sent a link to this post to the user so he/she can comment. Otherwise in the next few hours I will return the funds to Graeme, he can then decide what happens to those funds.

That's a strong stand, and I'm grateful you have the guts to make it. Good show!

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April 22, 2013, 11:22:43 AM
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Public Disclosure.

On Saturday afternoon I was notified that Strongcoin was holding 568 BTC believed to be from the Ozcoin theft. Everytime you make a payment from StrongCoin the fee goes to 1STRonGxnFTeJiA7pgyneKknR29AwBM77 so any payments from strongcoin held accounts are easily traced back to the site.


I was asked by 2 separate people on this forum if I could hold the funds (Sorry to the people I didn't reply to). The evidence that these funds came from the heist seemed plausible to me.

At 8am yesterday morning the funds were intercepted when the user made a payment.

https://blockchain.info/address/1DsFCAZaxhJ9YGw5X8NCW9VkSMDZMyXzMF

I've spoken to the user in question over email. The user says he sold a car for BTC but can't reveal who to due to an NDA agreement.

Graeme and I had a conversation over the phone and some evidence came to light, that to me, made it very likely the user I have contact with was connected to the heist. I'm not going to reveal any details of the user accept to legal authorities if asked. I believe we should abide by due process.

I have sent a link to this post to the user so he/she can comment. Otherwise in the next few hours I will return the funds to Graeme, he can then decide what happens to those funds.

Thanks dogisland
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and a great relief Smiley
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April 22, 2013, 11:31:50 AM
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At 8am yesterday morning the funds were intercepted when the user made a payment.

https://blockchain.info/address/1DsFCAZaxhJ9YGw5X8NCW9VkSMDZMyXzMF
Um, how does that work?  I thought strongcoin didn't control any private keys?  How can the funds be "intercepted"?

Regardless I'm glad graet has gotten a fraction of his money back.
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April 22, 2013, 11:46:38 AM
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At 8am yesterday morning the funds were intercepted when the user made a payment.

https://blockchain.info/address/1DsFCAZaxhJ9YGw5X8NCW9VkSMDZMyXzMF
Um, how does that work?  I thought strongcoin didn't control any private keys?  How can the funds be "intercepted"?

Regardless I'm glad graet has gotten a fraction of his money back.
I can only assume you pulled on him the same trick he pulled on Ozcoin - hacking the JS you delivered to his browser?  Just desserts I guess.  Smiley
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April 22, 2013, 12:32:44 PM
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good work  Smiley

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April 22, 2013, 12:35:52 PM
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Might somebody please specify,how much btc was involved?

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April 22, 2013, 12:49:54 PM
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People please, can't you read?

It was written few times in this thread how much money was involved and also it was written in here what caused this, what is the point of asking questions that already have been answered? Keep this thread clean for people who come to it to get update on current situation.

And by the way bravo to Strongcoin for fighting the crime!
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April 22, 2013, 01:02:19 PM
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Thanks dogisland
17ABbLZPYwWzsSquYsKxfWAzMcWuNJZBna
is a fresh address
and a great relief Smiley
Graeme

Sent. https://blockchain.info/address/17ABbLZPYwWzsSquYsKxfWAzMcWuNJZBna

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April 22, 2013, 01:07:43 PM
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Thanks dogisland
17ABbLZPYwWzsSquYsKxfWAzMcWuNJZBna
is a fresh address
and a great relief Smiley
Graeme

Sent. https://blockchain.info/address/17ABbLZPYwWzsSquYsKxfWAzMcWuNJZBna


And seen in my wallet
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April 22, 2013, 04:26:18 PM
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It seems some of the passwords were reset. If you cannot log in, use the password reset option on the web page. I read all the forum posts and did not see any announcement that a password reset was required.

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April 22, 2013, 04:31:32 PM
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I do not want to pollute the string too much but I really have to say that reading this string from 98 on has really made me feel a lot better about bitcoin and the integrity of many of the people involved.  There are a lot of people that worked hard to make sure that was handled in a just manner.
I am really impressed with the integrity of graet and for dogisland doing the right thing.   Obviously, there were a lot of others involved and working hard and that really impressed me also.   Kudos to all.

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April 22, 2013, 04:40:13 PM
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Could I be sent the alias of the person that you think is connected to the hacking?

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Did you bother to read the post you quoted?

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April 22, 2013, 05:21:06 PM
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Public Disclosure.

On Saturday afternoon I was notified that Strongcoin was holding 568 BTC believed to be from the Ozcoin theft. Everytime you make a payment from StrongCoin the fee goes to 1STRonGxnFTeJiA7pgyneKknR29AwBM77 so any payments from strongcoin held accounts are easily traced back to the site.


I was asked by 2 separate people on this forum if I could hold the funds (Sorry to the people I didn't reply to). The evidence that these funds came from the heist seemed plausible to me.

At 8am yesterday morning the funds were intercepted when the user made a payment.

https://blockchain.info/address/1DsFCAZaxhJ9YGw5X8NCW9VkSMDZMyXzMF

I've spoken to the user in question over email. The user says he sold a car for BTC but can't reveal who to due to an NDA agreement.

Graeme and I had a conversation over the phone and some evidence came to light, that to me, made it very likely the user I have contact with was connected to the heist. I'm not going to reveal any details of the user accept to legal authorities if asked. I believe we should abide by due process.

I have sent a link to this post to the user so he/she can comment. Otherwise in the next few hours I will return the funds to Graeme, he can then decide what happens to those funds.
Could I be sent the alias of the person that you think is connected to the hacking?

Thanks

Lulz, newb.

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April 22, 2013, 05:31:35 PM
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Could I be sent the alias of the person that you think is connected to the hacking?

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Did you bother to read the post you quoted?
Could I be sent the alias of the person that you think is connected to the hacking?

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Lulz, newb.
Toil has a vested interest in finding out who this person is, as they tried to frame him for the theft. I agree with not releasing the info to the public, but those who need to know should be made aware.

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