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June 25, 2011, 07:37:36 AM
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June 25, 2011, 09:02:03 AM
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hallucinating to see people defending mt gox when the guy got all his account hacked because of their incompetence. guy is a customer, doesn't have to be a computer freak!

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June 25, 2011, 06:07:03 PM
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fuck you mt gox

hallucinating to see people defending mt gox when the guy got all his account hacked because of their incompetence. guy is a customer, doesn't have to be a computer freak!

He got his MtGox account hacked because of their incompetence.

He got all the other accounts hacked because of his incompetence. This isn't 1992 anymore, you can't have the same, weak password on all your sites. You don't have to be a security genius to know that.

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June 25, 2011, 08:38:19 PM
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fuck you mt gox

hallucinating to see people defending mt gox when the guy got all his account hacked because of their incompetence. guy is a customer, doesn't have to be a computer freak!

He got his MtGox account hacked because of their incompetence.

He got all the other accounts hacked because of his incompetence. This isn't 1992 anymore, you can't have the same, weak password on all your sites. You don't have to be a security genius to know that.

I'm just tuning in.  So basically this guy used the same password for all his accounts!!!

WOW.

This isn't 1992 anymore...

I'd like to laugh, HAHA!!!, but the poor guy is in some serious trouble now...

But I like to be optimiztic and think of how we make the best out of bad situations.  Maybe he could become a new role model that does "The More You Know" infomercials and have his picture with GOXED on internet billboard ads allover the world, which would say:  "Public Service Announcment: Dear all netizens, don't be like me.  Don't get GOXED.  Please use different passwords for each account.  It isn't 1992 anymore, you know..."

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