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June 19, 2011, 08:24:32 PM
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from accounts.csv (you know which one) Wink
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4856,gruez,free.133ch@gmail.com,$1$ZyEFTEke$cWSfcMkc7pjPmHLzMt7dv0

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June 19, 2011, 08:30:15 PM
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you just want to bragg with your low number Wink
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June 19, 2011, 08:31:54 PM
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you just want to bragg with your low number Wink
you sound a bit jelly Tongue

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June 19, 2011, 08:32:42 PM
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Let's do something usefull, post your number (even if not really precise, just 4xxx for example is mine accounts) and your date of joining (or what you can remember of it) mine is mid april.


Soon if enough people post, someone can make a calculation of how much mtgox (and thus bitcoin) userbase is growing Cheesy

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June 19, 2011, 08:38:04 PM
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28500 +/- 100
... about max 3 weeks ago
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June 19, 2011, 08:38:16 PM
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I'm 22983.
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June 19, 2011, 08:40:47 PM
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Umm.. You guys know that we've known our account numbers all along, right? You had to include it on all deposits to MtGox.

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June 19, 2011, 08:45:00 PM
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Let's do something usefull, post your number (even if not really precise, just 4xxx for example is mine accounts) and your date of joining (or what you can remember of it) mine is mid april.


Soon if enough people post, someone can make a calculation of how much mtgox (and thus bitcoin) userbase is growing Cheesy

You could also lookup the user list of this forum

http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?action=mlist

compare the usernames and "date registered" in the list with the usernames in the .csv

and you'll get a good estimate on percentage of users here trading on mt gox and probably also a good approximation of their date of joining mt gox, which will most likely be around the same time they created their accounts here.


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June 19, 2011, 08:45:22 PM
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1169, who's got lower than that?

(The answer is, "1168 people have a lower account number than that.")

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June 19, 2011, 08:47:06 PM
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June 19, 2011, 09:01:33 PM
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the list is definitely interesting to read ...

Umm.. You guys know that we've known our account numbers all along, right? You had to include it on all deposits to MtGox.

well ... i know companies that don't give sequential numbers starting at 1 just to hide real numbers.

also i never really cared but now seeing i'm a first-25%-early-adopter while i thought i had been late to the train is quite impressive.

also i would be interested in other stats like mail adresses that indicate certain origins, quota of male vs. female names, list of actual passwords ...

23879,w0mbat,max.schmalzl@gmail.com,$1$9RgPb3r2$jrR/rSYL6l3nmLb76pKy/.
if you use the same nick here and there, you got little to loose by posting whole lines Sad
i realized that my password was the password that i got assigned the first day in university 14 years ago. finally a good reason to finally bury it Smiley
stupid me thought it is not a problem as i never had money on mtGox but i also restarted using that pw for my mail account half a year ago.

actually i like it how bitcoin teaches us to not only theoretically know how to deal with security Smiley

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June 19, 2011, 09:08:12 PM
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HUH?

So the truth is that the ENTIRE MtGox database was compromised and made public -- and although the passwords are stored in hashed form, someone could use hash-cracking to crack the passwords?

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June 19, 2011, 09:23:59 PM
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If we are bragging about low numbers here, check mine. Wink
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June 19, 2011, 09:41:45 PM
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well ... i know companies that don't give sequential numbers starting at 1 just to hide real numbers.
You mean companies that care about their customers and don't use amateur college-level PHP coding full of security holes?
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June 19, 2011, 09:48:46 PM
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well ... i know companies that don't give sequential numbers starting at 1 just to hide real numbers.
You mean companies that care about their customers and don't use amateur college-level PHP coding full of security holes?

Is that message implying that PHP is insecure, or am I misreading it?

PS: College-level? I was 13 and I released a perfectly secure Club Penguin Private Server, with multi-pass SHA256... Tongue

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June 19, 2011, 09:54:11 PM
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well ... i know companies that don't give sequential numbers starting at 1 just to hide real numbers.
You mean companies that care about their customers and don't use amateur college-level PHP coding full of security holes?

Is that message implying that PHP is insecure, or am I misreading it?

PS: College-level? I was 13 and I released a perfectly secure Club Penguin Private Server, with multi-pass SHA256... Tongue

PPS: Don't do the above unless you like angry Disney lawyers
I'm saying  (current) college-level PHP coding is unsecure. It's a curse of the software industry, that nobody adds security unless it's been proven to be required. Usually the proof of requirement is pretty damaging. I suppose the quality level of mtgox coding is on par with their ability on html/css/graphic output.

Does nobody consider that some (PHP/Web) CMS projects have millions of lines of code and years of user testing on millions of installations and still identify and fix security holes? And people never use those (in this community), instead they cowboy-code their own low complexity implementations?
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June 19, 2011, 09:54:52 PM
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In the top 2000. Never had any coins/cash in it tho. Thank God.

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June 19, 2011, 10:25:26 PM
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1169, who's got lower than that?

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June 19, 2011, 10:27:47 PM
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761

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June 19, 2011, 10:30:59 PM
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Y'know, those < 3100 are all easily crackable? Sad
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