wondering as i have registered last week or so and even posted two posts in other non-newbie areas before as replies. also one of my posts was creating a new technical support question thread. maybe these new anti-spam measurements have been only introduced thereafter?
anyways, so there is the 0.3.23 to be downloaded on the main bitcoin.org site, the file results in:
on the disk. the files properties (windows, rightclick), still displays 0.3.22, maybe someone made some compile or string update errors or so. during runtime the about dialogbox also displays 0.3.23, so i guess its the real 0.3.23 and only partly messed up. please forward into the technical subforum or unlock my forum account for being able to post to non-newbie sections as well. thanks in advance, and i also do hate spammers. there are less restrictive and obstrusive measures against spammers though. recaptcha or similar anyone?
also i have noticed: the site forum.bitcoin.org is especially slow. taking many minutes til each and every one of my clicks actually results in a html page being rendered. i wonder if the site is deliberately slowing down newbies with some sort of cookies check mechanism or account check mechanism, or if the server (hosting at slicehost or so tells netcraft) is severely overloaded?
maybe someone at slicehost is running actually bitcoin crunching on the real physical or even shared virtual server
where the forum.bitcoin.org is being shared and run on.
thanks and regards.
c:\>sigcheck -a -h bitcoin-0.3.23-win32-setup.exe
Sigcheck v1.65 - File version and signature viewer
Copyright (C) 2004-2010 Mark Russinovich
File date: 17:24 16.06.2011
Publisher: Bitcoin project
File version: 0.3.22
Strong Name: Unsigned
Original Name: n/a
Internal Name: n/a
the .exe installer was taken from main bitcoin.org site and links to:
thanks and greets.