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Author Topic: Launching the Antminer L3+, World's Most Powerful and Efficient Litecoin Miner  (Read 263986 times)
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November 17, 2017, 11:17:34 AM
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How my L3+ was hacked!

Waking up today morning i found my L3+ was not hashing. It turns out it was hashing for some one else on nicehash with BTC address:
14c2ewCFeW1VYtyhLFWB6rFJV36ZysEWUf

https://www.nicehash.com/miner/14c2ewCFeW1VYtyhLFWB6rFJV36ZysEWUf

it seems some one out there has auto scanner searching network for L3+ and inputs default password of Root:

i only lost 8 hours of hashing on 1 machine.
here are the following mistakes i made:
1) I put the L3+ in DMZ (nicehash was not working so i figured DMZ might fix the issue)
2) I kept the default user and password
3) disabled firewall on my router

Just a headsup to people. to change the default password.

In all honesty it was my own stupidity and complacency.

First thing what I did when I booted them - I changed the root password.


How come that someone got into your private network first?

I had the miner in DMZ because nicehash wasn't working so i thought maybe one of the firewall was blocking it.
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November 17, 2017, 11:19:38 AM
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How my L3+ was hacked!

Waking up today morning i found my L3+ was not hashing. It turns out it was hashing for some one else on nicehash with BTC address:
14c2ewCFeW1VYtyhLFWB6rFJV36ZysEWUf

https://www.nicehash.com/miner/14c2ewCFeW1VYtyhLFWB6rFJV36ZysEWUf

it seems some one out there has auto scanner searching network for L3+ and inputs default password of Root:

i only lost 8 hours of hashing on 1 machine.
here are the following mistakes i made:
1) I put the L3+ in DMZ (nicehash was not working so i figured DMZ might fix the issue)
2) I kept the default user and password
3) disabled firewall on my router

Just a headsup to people. to change the default password.

In all honesty it was my own stupidity and complacency.

so you had your baikal hacked too or this is someone else that copied pasted your post?
https://deeponion.org/community/threads/how-my-baikal-a2000-was-hacked.9643/

That was not me, some one just copied my post for there Baikal incident. some one can't even write there original words.  Grin Grin

"Imitation is sincerest form of flattery" I guess.

Edit: I guess they are copying post to hit there post #s for onion forums i guess.
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November 17, 2017, 11:37:15 AM
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Anyone ever tried http://italyiimp.com ? I see they are giving good stats for the last few days, but I also see comments from users that they're not paying ...

Read a little bit more, they say they were hacked then ...

And today Nicehash is again the most profitable.
I feel like I'm missing something ... turns out that either the people buying hashpower there are at loss, or they know some really profitable trick (that I don't) and can get more money despite the high price they're paying. That's driving me crazy ...
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November 17, 2017, 05:47:03 PM
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Anyone ever tried http://italyiimp.com ? I see they are giving good stats for the last few days, but I also see comments from users that they're not paying ...

Read a little bit more, they say they were hacked then ...

And today Nicehash is again the most profitable.
I feel like I'm missing something ... turns out that either the people buying hashpower there are at loss, or they know some really profitable trick (that I don't) and can get more money despite the high price they're paying. That's driving me crazy ...

They are scammers. Super long payout, if you lucky. Or you only loose you money. Go to MD or PH

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November 17, 2017, 07:00:11 PM
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Anyone ever tried http://italyiimp.com ? I see they are giving good stats for the last few days, but I also see comments from users that they're not paying ...

Read a little bit more, they say they were hacked then ...

And today Nicehash is again the most profitable.
I feel like I'm missing something ... turns out that either the people buying hashpower there are at loss, or they know some really profitable trick (that I don't) and can get more money despite the high price they're paying. That's driving me crazy ...
Probably boosted by Large Hash power buyers. Willing to accept lower profits without the PITA of owning and maintaining servers.

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November 17, 2017, 09:17:35 PM
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when the december batch will be delivred, do you think there will still money to be made ?
or it will be another brick along with the D3 ?
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November 17, 2017, 09:45:07 PM
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How my L3+ was hacked!

Waking up today morning i found my L3+ was not hashing. It turns out it was hashing for some one else on nicehash with BTC address:
14c2ewCFeW1VYtyhLFWB6rFJV36ZysEWUf

https://www.nicehash.com/miner/14c2ewCFeW1VYtyhLFWB6rFJV36ZysEWUf

it seems some one out there has auto scanner searching network for L3+ and inputs default password of Root:

i only lost 8 hours of hashing on 1 machine.
here are the following mistakes i made:
1) I put the L3+ in DMZ (nicehash was not working so i figured DMZ might fix the issue)
2) I kept the default user and password
3) disabled firewall on my router

Just a headsup to people. to change the default password.

In all honesty it was my own stupidity and complacency.

First thing what I did when I booted them - I changed the root password.


How come that someone got into your private network first?


He put them in the DMZ thats before the firewall. Everyone with a bit tech knowledge can search IP addresses and find a miner in the DMZ.

Would not advise anyone to put anything there. If you cant get it going with a port forwarding sell it or let it be.

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November 18, 2017, 03:52:19 AM
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when the december batch will be delivred, do you think there will still money to be made ?
or it will be another brick along with the D3 ?

Hard to say, if so many people are getting in, then it's a diminishing return for the hashrates, haha.. but that's the cryptoworld.


On a side note, can anyone suggest a walk through of someone who may have successfully used a wireless router(with ethernet ports) to bridge to a wireless internet connection with these L3+'s (as I know that they only have Ethernet connections)...
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November 18, 2017, 04:45:44 AM
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when the december batch will be delivred, do you think there will still money to be made ?
or it will be another brick along with the D3 ?

Hard to say, if so many people are getting in, then it's a diminishing return for the hashrates, haha.. but that's the cryptoworld.


On a side note, can anyone suggest a walk through of someone who may have successfully used a wireless router(with ethernet ports) to bridge to a wireless internet connection with these L3+'s (as I know that they only have Ethernet connections)...

Get an extender. Or a bridge. With an Ethernet switch.
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November 18, 2017, 07:36:46 PM
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How my L3+ was hacked!

Waking up today morning i found my L3+ was not hashing. It turns out it was hashing for some one else on nicehash with BTC address:
14c2ewCFeW1VYtyhLFWB6rFJV36ZysEWUf

https://www.nicehash.com/miner/14c2ewCFeW1VYtyhLFWB6rFJV36ZysEWUf

it seems some one out there has auto scanner searching network for L3+ and inputs default password of Root:

i only lost 8 hours of hashing on 1 machine.
here are the following mistakes i made:
1) I put the L3+ in DMZ (nicehash was not working so i figured DMZ might fix the issue)
2) I kept the default user and password
3) disabled firewall on my router

Just a headsup to people. to change the default password.

In all honesty it was my own stupidity and complacency.

First thing what I did when I booted them - I changed the root password.


How come that someone got into your private network first?


He put them in the DMZ thats before the firewall. Everyone with a bit tech knowledge can search IP addresses and find a miner in the DMZ.

Would not advise anyone to put anything there. If you cant get it going with a port forwarding sell it or let it be.

In shodan you can currently find 1600 antminer-webservers. Maybe one in a hundred will be at default or pw 1234 Smiley
But then again i found some xampp-servers with all default in the past. If you config it that way, expect to get rekt Cheesy
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November 18, 2017, 09:20:33 PM
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Anyone ever reset these with the button the front before?  I can seem to get mine to reset.  My miner has been running for more than 5 minutes, manual says press and hold for 10 seconds, then release and it will restart with factory settings.  I get no response whatsoever, timing myself with my phone's stopwatch and trying iterations of a little more and little less than 10 seconds after that didn't work.  There's a help page at bitmain that says 5 seconds, and I tried that too, but that one has a photo of an S series antminer, so I assume the manual is right.
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November 18, 2017, 11:14:10 PM
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Anyone ever reset these with the button the front before?  I can seem to get mine to reset.  My miner has been running for more than 5 minutes, manual says press and hold for 10 seconds, then release and it will restart with factory settings.  I get no response whatsoever, timing myself with my phone's stopwatch and trying iterations of a little more and little less than 10 seconds after that didn't work.  There's a help page at bitmain that says 5 seconds, and I tried that too, but that one has a photo of an S series antminer, so I assume the manual is right.
It has worked for me. I use a Paper clip and press until you actually feel the little button in there push down? It's such a tiny little button. Maybe your not getting it pushed down??

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November 19, 2017, 12:28:38 AM
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Also using a paper clip.  I'm definitely feeling actuation, but I just tried to see if I could press any harder, but nothing more after the first click.  I do appreciate the response.  I'm bound to be overlooking something easy, or the function is broken.  

I'll try again on a different machine.  And maybe restart it a few minutes before trying.  I interpreted the instructions as requiring it to be on at least 5 minutes before trying to restart, but it doesn't say precisely that, maybe there's a window of time after which it doesn't respond any more.

Edit: Okay, it works.  I'd had it running for a few hours when I was trying before.  I unplugged it, plugged it back in and waited till just after the jet engine noise died down, pressed the reset button again, and got what I was hoping for originally.  It beeps at you and the red light flashes as soon as you've held it down long enough.

Now I know.
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November 19, 2017, 08:33:50 AM
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What's most affordable fail-safe mobile Internet back up solution? Is it netgear lb1120? Cradlepoint seems more expensive..
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November 19, 2017, 08:37:06 AM
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Pricing is different everywhere
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November 19, 2017, 10:20:00 AM
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You guys noticing a revenue increase? I'm renting my L3 and earnings are going up in btc.

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November 19, 2017, 01:45:49 PM
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My Nov 20th to 30th batch will be here tomorrow  Grin Along with 40 of my PSU's that I ordered. I've been waiting on the PSU's forever and they finally shipped.

 Shocked Shocked i bought the l3+ on 20-30 nov batch too
why didn't get any thing yet ?
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November 19, 2017, 02:50:56 PM
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My Nov 20th to 30th batch will be here tomorrow  Grin Along with 40 of my PSU's that I ordered. I've been waiting on the PSU's forever and they finally shipped.

 Shocked Shocked i bought the l3+ on 20-30 nov batch too
why didn't get any thing yet ?


because its not the 20th yet. You get information once they have shipped it. If you were late in the ordering line you will get your miner shipped on the last day

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November 20, 2017, 04:04:50 PM
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I was thinking about the L3+ and how long this miner will probably still be profitable.

As we can see on whattomine there are 9 coins we can mine with around 15$ profit ore more (without nicehash)

So after the next 2 Batches (Nov+Dec) ye diff. will increase but imo after the 2 batches we can still mine around 15$ or more with this machine a longer time because we can mine so many coins which are high valued. (ofc BTC price will increase a little bit as well I think)

So we will not have the same problem than the D3 has now. Unless we get a L4+ or some other wild Scrypt machines. Am I right?
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when I have bought it if I will get guidance on how to use the tool
because I still lay in this case and I really want to try it
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