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May 04, 2016, 02:05:30 AM
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where does this 1.1 million figure come from other than Mr wright's imagination? plenty of people have stated they were mining away when others still think it was only satoshi.
ya but it could be satoshi managed to mine 1million coins before mining got out of hand.

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May 04, 2016, 02:12:34 AM
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https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/2644014-Tulip-Trust-Redacted.html

this document implies Craig Wright is Satoshi when it says  

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I acknowledge:

Dave Kleiman have received 1,100,111 Bitcoin from Craig Wright (of?Bagnoo,
NSW Australia).

is this even legit?
when was this writen?
did they put the hash of this document on the blockchain somewhere?

it seems really fishy, why would Craig Wright give his bitcoin to a trust? what's the point?

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May 04, 2016, 02:12:37 AM
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where does this 1.1 million figure come from other than Mr wright's imagination? plenty of people have stated they were mining away when others still think it was only satoshi.
ya but it could be satoshi managed to mine 1million coins before mining got out of hand.

the contract is most likely a fake.














 

 

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May 04, 2016, 02:13:37 AM
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where does this 1.1 million figure come from other than Mr wright's imagination? plenty of people have stated they were mining away when others still think it was only satoshi.
ya but it could be satoshi managed to mine 1million coins before mining got out of hand.

the contract is most likely a fake.
i think so to

but where does it come from?

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May 04, 2016, 02:45:02 AM
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Shit, I've been working (again; in 12/15 first) on Dave for the past few hours not aware that this thread existed, so I'll repost the following here:



Now, something special for you conspiracy buffs: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Contributions/Kimon&dir=prev&limit=500&target=Kimon



On May 25, 2006, Kimon, a coat-of-arms buff, deletes his profile profile page. 23 minutes later he creates the Dave Kleiman Wikipedia page. On May 1, 2013, Kimon updates Dave's page depicting his death on [April 26,] 2013: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Dave_Kleiman&oldid=553053599

Kimon's site: http://web.archive.org/web/20090401193442/http://www.idtg.org/about/

http://www.amazon.com/Windows-System-Administration-Command-Scripts/dp/1597491055

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How to Cheat at Windows System Administration Using Command Line Scripts (How to Cheat) 1st Edition

by Pawan K. Bhardwaj (Author), Dave Kleiman (Author), Brian Barber (Author), Kimon Andreou (Technical Editor)

https://www.book-info.com/isbn/1-59749-197-7.htm

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Timothy Clinton
Michael Gregg
Dave Kleiman
Jesse "James" Varsalone
Craig Wright

http://www.amazon.com/Winternals-Defragmentation-Recovery-Administration-Field/dp/1597490792/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1462326042&sr=1-2



https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:Dave_Kleiman&oldid=553053671

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Speedy Deletion Contention

I created this article for Dave Kleiman as he is a regular speaker on cyber-security at major events, an expert witness working for government and private industry, and also an author or tech. editor of a number of books. As such, I consider him to be notable in the IT security industry. I performed a Google Search [1] on him and I also checked the number of books he's written on Amazon.com [2] --Kimon 21:29, 6 February 2007 (UTC)

"Noted" forensics expert?

This article asserts Kleiman is notable as a forensics expert. Can we find even one reliable independent secondary source that says so?
--- tqbf 00:20, 26 November 2007 (UTC)
... who isn't a relative ;-)
Ve2dc (talk) 11:00, 3 May 2008 (UTC)

You'll love this: http://www.mypalmbeachpost.com/news/news/local/obituary-former-pbso-deputy-dies-in-his-home/nXcqR/

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Mr. Kleiman grew up in Palm Beach Gardens and served as an Army helicopter technician from 1986-1989. He was named soldier of the year in 1987 by the Secretary of the Army while he was stationed in Germany.

Secretary of the Army: Mr. President, I think that I just met the best Huey tech in all the Army stationed in Germany after ONLY one year experience in the field, so I named this 20-year-old-kid soldier of the year for 1987, easily beating out the other million-plus candidates.

Ironically, Kimon nor any other included the above accolade on Dave Kleiman's Wikipedia page.

One more thing. How is that Craig Steven Wright was privy to David/Dave Kleiman's birthday but such is NOT published anywhere else on the Internet (Fact: Dave Kleiman was adopted)? https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/document-api-images-prod/docs/TJ_Whj-miVRKa_Cchu3P54cFsjy1N4664qkSHz1BhmM/application-pdf?AWSAccessKeyId=ASIAIPBOIJHPKN6FZJHA&Expires=1462323876&Signature=ka1yURU2OJAbmRwl0WW8W4N2OTw%3D&x-amz-security-token=AQoDYXdzEE8a4AN%2FgxqlFKKRS5NmV9Wbax67%2BiuQlBLevyDbnyX4FzGb%2BrYMoi7R6kWnI%2BR8tD46sM7icibXVuXgQaV9BEhQUTtv8pm80Z8cV2lhY9a6eVAJ27uj9Eay9taJrRN90glT9iE0BFDPLL8eTBwPbX%2Fmg2h%2BZqwOPp%2F%2Bp%2FgvA71r098U81Q9%2FPHestWG5WpSPBbCYE%2Fk2QF4WLeSSkp%2FtGuWXDD93clYqNzD0CjsODIDSMmiJSQD15PYAG7on2VZtsC0EMVz3ZkUBgMMvoVKLYDLb56Q7WA1mfc8YfRUVsxl6G%2FnCm%2B%2BfMD%2Bn7jWBWYbZFEo3oAkgAtsoB8dHDbw2jxJ%2F5lAkCNKzADyQPLZSG7G1zO7LJO%2BzakoWKRshWfSd6bZEs%2FjXQxZ4X60XUtDZH0hSMlNyHpq%2BytPpLAx%2Fcz%2F%2F0hB0kcDhE3D5IChXWFVi62TugapZqhcgk9oBUlCkoILaIroc2HwWJsYG4zThxT4ef6Ori%2FkeZKR12FVFiN07CrmmpTtlGisCs1ugP6qLtvVhkGJyqq0f15lO%2FVBPKrASifsfYYEtdIkyfqjxRwVs%2BG1Ncv2qscgTkBgZp6tJGJa4ZfB%2FygoUfhMkWJFeie3OibnttTpiGwHziTQuLTCPg%2BexKAg1L%2BkuQU%3D



I think that's enough for now for you to digest, promising to bring more to the table if you've created enough room for such upon returning from the regurgitation room.



I'm also reposting the following in this same post:





Can it be verified, somehow, if this FB account is real?
I mean, this man is supposed to be 91-92 years old when that message was posted.

my source is this: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3w3ije/interesting_facts_about_david_kleimans_life/

Just now seen this after I did my own research: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3w3ije/interesting_facts_about_david_kleimans_life/

The year of Dave's birth is incorrect. ALL sources depict 1967, thus making him 20 when you got soldier of the year.

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Born in 1965 and adopted by Jewish parents: Louis and Regina Kleiman

Grew up in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

Served as an Army helicopter technician from 1986 to 1989 (age 21-24)

Named soldier of the year in 1987 by the secretary of the Army (age 22)

Served as a Palm Beach County Sheriff’s deputy and detective until rendered paraplegic by a 1995 off-duty motorcycle crash (age 30)

After rehab from the crash, using a wheelchair, worked in computer forensics.
Married and divorced twice but had no children

In his final years, complications from his injuries required that he have five or six additional surgeries and spend nearly three years in the hospital battling an MRSA bacterial infection
Came home physically weak, but refused living assistance

Died weeks later on April 26, 2013 (age 46) of a heart attack caused by the MRSA infection



I'll now read the beginning of this thread forward to see what I missed or may be able to add.
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May 04, 2016, 03:28:04 AM
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Apologies for the double posting and now the reposting of the following from the main CSW thread:



Thanks, it seems a legit account.

EDIT: but I cannot find David Kleiman's name on the page  Huh

www.jewishjournal.com/obituaries/article/obituaries12

Not even in the following page, where it seems are listed people passed away on 26 April.

you're right! nothing.

http://www.jewishjournal.com/obituaries/article/obituaries13

so what does it mean? he is still alive?

EDIT: is there a official register of persons in the US which passed away?

Bruno, your help is much appreciated.

Thanks, bud. Yes, there is no David/Dave Kleiman who died fitting his description, for I've looked and looked.

David Kleiman owned W&K INFO DEFENSE RESEARCH LLC in 2011: http://search.sunbiz.org/Inquiry/CorporationSearch/SearchResultDetail?inquirytype=EntityName&directionType=Initial&searchNameOrder=WKINFODEFENSERESEARCH%20L110000199040&aggregateId=flal-l11000019904-dce79b55-176a-4442-93a7-3c8896316aa2&searchTerm=w%26k%20info&listNameOrder=WKINFODEFENSERESEARCH%20L110000199040



Craig Steven Wright via T Uyen T Nguyen takes over (perhaps nefariously) W&K INFO DEFENSE RESEARCH LLC on 3/28/2014, three weeks later becoming Coin-exch Pty. Ltd.'s director as seen here: https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/08248988/filing-history

http://search.sunbiz.org/Inquiry/CorporationSearch/ConvertTiffToPDF?storagePath=COR%5C2014%5C0331%5C58356362.tif&documentNumber=L11000019904

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May 04, 2016, 03:36:41 AM
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I agree. Kleiman is an order of magnitude more plausible Satoshi than Craig Wright ever was or could be
It is indeed surprising that this angle has not been explore more than it has

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May 04, 2016, 03:44:04 AM
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I agree. Kleiman is an order of magnitude more plausible Satoshi than Craig Wright ever was or could be
It is indeed surprising that this angle has not been explore more than it has

But you're forgetting one very important thing:

so what does it mean? he is still alive?

I don't think so, unfortunately.

Kleiman's co-workers, Paige and Conrad, were interviewed by Gizmodo and I think we can trust their words untill now.
http://gizmodo.com/this-australian-says-he-and-his-dead-friend-invented-bi-1746958692


but we have a gap here:

I believe the closest we have to Satoshi these last years, is this: https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010238.html

That particular email is not known to be hacked (but we can't say for sure that it isn't), there is no spoofing involved, and he also had to register and verify the email to the mailing list:

https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010329.html
https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010327.html
https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010334.html

The writing style and essence of what is written does not have any troll like qualities like the spoofed "I'm not craig wright, we are all satoshi" message that appeared a few months later. The August one isn't spoofed, it is serious and consistent in writing style, while also trying to "sneak in" some comment of concern for bitcoin itself - as far as node incentives go. Kind'a like, since I broke my silence, let me also say this that is bothering me for a while.

As far as I'm concerned it is legit with very high probability. Which, in turn, would imply that if I'm right then Satoshi was alive a few months ago. It would also imply that Craig Wright writing with one space, instead of two, is fraudulent, and that no writing style change has occurred for Satoshi, despite the passing of time since 2010.

if this above is SN and SN is David Kleiman then he is alive.

Call me mad but it could be to protect David Kleiman. All the actions of the friends and family.

EDIT: and he wrote with two spaces!!

https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010238.html
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http://www.legacy.com/guestbook/dignitymemorial/guestbook.aspx?n=david-kleiman&pid=164550367&page=2
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Sunday, May 05, 2013
I know no other man whose as worthy of my respect as Dave Kleiman, He's taught me so much and I looked up to him as far and high as I could. From his computer skills to his military experience and life in general His knowledge was and still is impeccable to me. It is because of him that I continue to pursue what I've always wanted to do as a child. Dave reinforced me, made me stronger as a kid and as a man now. Currently I am a college student seeking to enlist into the United States Army as a Field Medic (Combat Medic) then progress towards becoming a part of The United States Army Rangers or even possibly a member of the Special Forces. Dave has been a part of my life since I was 6 years old and I'm 18 now. Words cannot describe how much I love and appreciate him, and I wish I'd gotten to see him one last time. So I bid farewell to you as you've touched my life so much. I spoke so highly of you whenever a conversation arisen with you. I promise to settle for nothing less of success and always give my best efforts to any and everything Dave. I shall rise against all odds.
P.S. You're forever living among-st mine and my mother's heart, mind, soul and body. My Hero, My Friend, My Idol. I still listen to one of your favorite DJ songs "Move any mountain" (the essential hard mix).
Forever loved,
-Kaleb Jones

Behold, one of Kleiman's favorite DJ songs (purportedly):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wt_kWehUcwk

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http://www.legacy.com/guestbook/dignitymemorial/guestbook.aspx?n=david-kleiman&pid=164550367&page=2
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I know no other man whose as worthy of my respect as Dave Kleiman, He's taught me so much and I looked up to him as far and high as I could. From his computer skills to his military experience and life in general His knowledge was and still is impeccable to me. It is because of him that I continue to pursue what I've always wanted to do as a child. Dave reinforced me, made me stronger as a kid and as a man now. Currently I am a college student seeking to enlist into the United States Army as a Field Medic (Combat Medic) then progress towards becoming a part of The United States Army Rangers or even possibly a member of the Special Forces. Dave has been a part of my life since I was 6 years old and I'm 18 now. Words cannot describe how much I love and appreciate him, and I wish I'd gotten to see him one last time. So I bid farewell to you as you've touched my life so much. I spoke so highly of you whenever a conversation arisen with you. I promise to settle for nothing less of success and always give my best efforts to any and everything Dave. I shall rise against all odds.
P.S. You're forever living among-st mine and my mother's heart, mind, soul and body. My Hero, My Friend, My Idol. I still listen to one of your favorite DJ songs "Move any mountain" (the essential hard mix).
Forever loved,
-Kaleb Jones

Behold, one of Kleiman's favorite DJ songs (purportedly):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wt_kWehUcwk

Did you noticed on that site the one good friend who didn't leave his kind words after learning about Dave's passing in spite of being entrusted with 1.1M bitcoins [now in an unmovable trust excepting moving some bitcoins in a couple weeks to prove that there are five lights]?
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http://www.legacy.com/guestbook/dignitymemorial/guestbook.aspx?n=david-kleiman&pid=164550367&page=2
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Sunday, May 05, 2013
I know no other man whose as worthy of my respect as Dave Kleiman, He's taught me so much and I looked up to him as far and high as I could. From his computer skills to his military experience and life in general His knowledge was and still is impeccable to me. It is because of him that I continue to pursue what I've always wanted to do as a child. Dave reinforced me, made me stronger as a kid and as a man now. Currently I am a college student seeking to enlist into the United States Army as a Field Medic (Combat Medic) then progress towards becoming a part of The United States Army Rangers or even possibly a member of the Special Forces. Dave has been a part of my life since I was 6 years old and I'm 18 now. Words cannot describe how much I love and appreciate him, and I wish I'd gotten to see him one last time. So I bid farewell to you as you've touched my life so much. I spoke so highly of you whenever a conversation arisen with you. I promise to settle for nothing less of success and always give my best efforts to any and everything Dave. I shall rise against all odds.
P.S. You're forever living among-st mine and my mother's heart, mind, soul and body. My Hero, My Friend, My Idol. I still listen to one of your favorite DJ songs "Move any mountain" (the essential hard mix).
Forever loved,
-Kaleb Jones

Behold, one of Kleiman's favorite DJ songs (purportedly):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wt_kWehUcwk

Did you noticed on that site the one good friend who didn't leave his kind words after learning about Dave's passing in spite of being entrusted with 1.1M bitcoins [now in an unmovable trust excepting moving some bitcoins in a couple weeks to prove that there are five lights]?
Now that you mention it, I did not notice that good friend. Interesting.
I'm sure it was an unfortunate oversight, you know, being so busy and all. He is an important man.
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_eSwq1ewsU&feature=youtu.be&t=3m19s)

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Did you noticed on that site the one good friend who didn't leave his kind words after learning about Dave's passing in spite of being entrusted with 1.1M bitcoins [now in an unmovable trust excepting moving some bitcoins in a couple weeks to prove that there are five lights]?

I think we can easily guess without visiting that page...  Smiley

I was curious to see the video about Kleiman that Wright posted on his youtube channel.
It is embedded here (about the middle of the page):
http://gizmodo.com/this-australian-says-he-and-his-dead-friend-invented-bi-1746958692

But it has been deleted... Something to hide?
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One theory that is being floated on Reddit runs like this:

Kleiman is Satoshi, and had the keys to the ~1 million bitcoins. He dies, and his USB stick/computer/whatever went to a relative, who doesn't realize what he is holding. Wright knew Kleiman and knew he was Satoshi. So he invents this crazy story about being Satoshi, but that he can't spend the coins because they are all in a trust that was held by Kleiman.

So now Wright comes public claiming to be Satoshi - and sets himself up to launch a lawsuit against Kleiman's relative to get "his" bitcoins back. If Wright pulls this off, he gains the fabled treasure of 1 million bitcoins off Kleiman's estate.

Thoughts pro and con?
Sounds interesting but has many loopholes.For one it is impossible for someone having 1 million bitcoin in USB stick/computer/whatever and doesn't know how valuable they are.Second if wright claims to be Satoshi,what justification will he give of his keys possess by kleiman relative?

The idea here is that the relative (Ira) who inherited the USB stick/whatever from Dave Kleiman was not informed of the contents of the hardware they inherited - that they don't know they are holding Satoshi's keys, and may not even know what bitcoin is.

his health wasn't good you'd think he would have made the right preparations to make sure the coins would go to someone he trusted could handle them.

in anycase, if that is the case. I dont care he can proof that he is Satoshi, if he doesn't have the keys he's not getting the coins. if he thinks he can sway the public on his " give Satoshi his coins back " campaign he's got another thing coming.


Terrible thing. Not sure if this has been asked but are the USB/computer and files of Kleiman already handed to Craig?
If its for a huge amount of money, an individual can do the most terrible thing on earth to acquire it and it seem like Craig has all the connection to make it happen.


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May 04, 2016, 04:39:33 AM
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One theory that is being floated on Reddit runs like this:

Kleiman is Satoshi, and had the keys to the ~1 million bitcoins. He dies, and his USB stick/computer/whatever went to a relative, who doesn't realize what he is holding. Wright knew Kleiman and knew he was Satoshi. So he invents this crazy story about being Satoshi, but that he can't spend the coins because they are all in a trust that was held by Kleiman.

So now Wright comes public claiming to be Satoshi - and sets himself up to launch a lawsuit against Kleiman's relative to get "his" bitcoins back. If Wright pulls this off, he gains the fabled treasure of 1 million bitcoins off Kleiman's estate.

Thoughts pro and con?
Sounds interesting but has many loopholes.For one it is impossible for someone having 1 million bitcoin in USB stick/computer/whatever and doesn't know how valuable they are.Second if wright claims to be Satoshi,what justification will he give of his keys possess by kleiman relative?

The idea here is that the relative (Ira) who inherited the USB stick/whatever from Dave Kleiman was not informed of the contents of the hardware they inherited - that they don't know they are holding Satoshi's keys, and may not even know what bitcoin is.

his health wasn't good you'd think he would have made the right preparations to make sure the coins would go to someone he trusted could handle them.

in anycase, if that is the case. I dont care he can proof that he is Satoshi, if he doesn't have the keys he's not getting the coins. if he thinks he can sway the public on his " give Satoshi his coins back " campaign he's got another thing coming.


Terrible thing. Not sure if this has been asked but are the USB/computer and files of Kleiman already handed to Craig?
If its for a huge amount of money, an individual can do the most terrible thing on earth to acquire it and it seem like Craig has all the connection to make it happen.


No, Dave's brother, Ian, supposedly has some military grade USB thingy containing something.
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May 04, 2016, 05:09:35 AM
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Did you noticed on that site the one good friend who didn't leave his kind words after learning about Dave's passing in spite of being entrusted with 1.1M bitcoins [now in an unmovable trust excepting moving some bitcoins in a couple weeks to prove that there are five lights]?

I think we can easily guess without visiting that page...  Smiley

I was curious to see the video about Kleiman that Wright posted on his youtube channel.
It is embedded here (about the middle of the page):
http://gizmodo.com/this-australian-says-he-and-his-dead-friend-invented-bi-1746958692

But it has been deleted... Something to hide?

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http://www.geek.com/gadgets/security-flaw-discovered-in-internet-connected-coffee-maker-updated-576094/

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It would seem risk advisory manager Craig Wright has a little explaining to do. Geek.com was recently contacted by the makers of the Jura-Capresso F90 and they were concerned that some of the facts regarding their advanced coffee maker may have been a little blurred in Wright’s original article at SecurityFocus.com.

According to an email from Sarah Sims who works in Jura Press Office, at no time can someone hack into the coffee maker and “its settings can therefore only be changed by the machine’s rightful owner. ” Sims clarified Jura’s position by stating “The Internet Connectivity Kit which can optionally be acquired for only one device (IMPRESSA F90/F9) will at no times connect the coffee machine to the world wide web.” She later commented that Jura would be following up with Craig Wright over at SecurityFocus.com, “to resolve the matter.”

I’ll buy that Jura wants to make sure that the story is straight and the connectivity kit goes on another model of coffee maker. I do have one question, however. If it doesn’t connect to the web, then why call it an Internet Connectivity Kit then    ? We asked Jura that very question but have not received a response by the time of this posting.

http://www.securityfocus.com/archive/105/493465/30/0/threaded

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you work for a big corporate, why don't they sponser it?

On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 10:00 AM, Craig Wright <Craig.Wright (at) bdo.com (dot) au [email concealed]> wrote:
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> Hi,
> Being that there are vulnerable coffee makers (Java DoS), there may also be vulnerable fridges and other appliances. Smiley
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> Such as - http://www.whirlpool.com/content.jsp?sectionId=1205
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> The fridge that connects to your iPod.And the Internet.etc
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> If anybody wants to sponsor it I would be happy to do a security assessment of Internet connected appliances. I could use more stupidly connected devices with added features that seem strangely out of place Wink
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May 04, 2016, 05:43:51 AM
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Craig has said from the start in his interview that he was not into this as a individual, so Dave Kleiman can possibly be the next link in the chain. How did Dave Kleiman die? I am missing that part of the puzzle. I can already see a book or a movie coming out in the next year or two, My life with the Bitcoin inventor - Dave Kleiman.

Craig has to be a good poker player, because I spoke to someone who interpret facial features and he says the guy shows no signs, eye movements / twitches of someone who is telling a lie. ^hmmm^ Gavin on the other hand, shows a lot of signs.

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May 04, 2016, 06:38:54 AM
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where does this 1.1 million figure come from other than Mr wright's imagination? plenty of people have stated they were mining away when others still think it was only satoshi.

and unless he bought them when they were cheap, there is no way he generated that amount at that time, because there were other people mining with him, the diff was at 1 only for a very short time

the estimation imply that he mined around 230k only not 1M, let alone 1.1M...
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May 04, 2016, 06:58:58 AM
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Craig has said from the start in his interview that he was not into this as a individual, so Dave Kleiman can possibly be the next link in the chain. How did Dave Kleiman die? I am missing that part of the puzzle. I can already see a book or a movie coming out in the next year or two, My life with the Bitcoin inventor - Dave Kleiman.

Craig has to be a good poker player, because I spoke to someone who interpret facial features and he says the guy shows no signs, eye movements / twitches of someone who is telling a lie. ^hmmm^ Gavin on the other hand, shows a lot of signs.

Not sure how he died, but it would make got theater if there's a wheelchair, empty booze bottles, at least one spent bullet casing, and tire tracks through human feces on the floor next to his days old body. But, what are the odds of such even being remotely believable in fiction or real life?

EDIT: I stand corrected:

Less than a month later, Dave Kleiman was found dead in his home. According to reports provided by the Palm Beach County Medical Examiner Office, the scene of Kleiman’s death was gruesome. His body was decomposing, there were wheelchair tracks of blood and fecal matter, open bottles of alcohol, and a loaded handgun next to him. A bullet hole in his mattress would seem to suggest suicide or foul play, but no ammunition casings were found, meaning he might have fired his gun and cleaned up sometime before dying. The official cause of death is listed as natural, and Conrad remembers hearing that the MRSA had stopped Kleiman’s heart.


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May 04, 2016, 07:01:19 AM
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I like the Kleiman=Satoshi theory, but why Kleiman didn't use his wealth (1 mio BTC at about 130$/Btc at the time of his death) to get a better medical treatment? AFAIK he was broke at that time.
The circumstances of his death were pretty strange.

AGD theory: How about Wright killed his partner, to steal his 1 mio Bitcoins, but he thought it was enough to take his wallets to be rich because of the lack of understanding? Years later, after realizing he will never get the password to Kleimans wallets or his PGP keys, he tries this scam about him being SN to get some money and fame out of it at least.

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May 04, 2016, 07:15:31 AM
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There's no record of his death in any official records and he's supposedly buried in a cemetery once involved in a scandal: https://yourfuneralguy.wordpress.com/category/menorah-gardens-cemetery-scandal/ Perhaps, a new plot just opened up for him in a timely manner. I'm in the process of penning a diatribe techno paper on how the body could be moved and welcome Gavin to witness the event so that he can report back to the community that said feat was accomplished.
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