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TheBitMan
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July 05, 2011, 11:21:21 PM
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Sorry this belongs in the Forbes section of the forum  Cheesy
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July 05, 2011, 11:41:34 PM
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I don't care if he has my account number and people know about my miniscule amount of btc.
 
If hackers can:
 
1) find my computer
2) access my computer
3) hack my account
4) hack my truecrypt key
 
Then power to them.  It will, after all, only take 674,909,467,304,392,809,907,186,036.3 years to hash my password at 500 Mhash/sec.
 (tl;dr value:  674 septillion years)

Good luck! Smiley

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July 05, 2011, 11:43:00 PM
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I don't care if he has my account number and people know about my miniscule amount of btc.
 
If hackers can:
 
1) find my computer
2) access my computer
3) hack my account
4) hack my truecrypt key
 
Then power to them.  It will, after all, only take 674,909,467,304,392,809,907,186,036.3 years to hash my password at 500 Mhash/sec.
 (tl;dr value:  674 septillion years)

Good luck! Smiley
It's Done.  Grin jk
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July 06, 2011, 04:26:27 AM
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oops, crap, I calculated for N instead of N/2 (for average time)
 
337,454,733,652,196,404,953,593,018.16 years

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July 06, 2011, 04:30:38 AM
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I don't care if he has my account number and people know about my miniscule amount of btc.
 
If hackers can:
 
1) find my computer
2) access my computer
3) hack my account
4) hack my truecrypt key
 
Then power to them.  It will, after all, only take 674,909,467,304,392,809,907,186,036.3 years to hash my password at 500 Mhash/sec.
 (tl;dr value:  674 septillion years)

Good luck! Smiley

Pardon me, I think usually people leave one of these at this point in the thread

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June 05, 2013, 08:04:54 AM
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Subject: Give me all your bitcoins or else.
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Give me your 649 bitcoins or i'll take everything you own, including
your email, how do you think I found you?

Send me your wallet.dat file or ask me for my address so you can send them to.

Sorry Brian Ore, but I just lost my last hot wallet thanks to a bad sudo dd if= command on a Full-Disk encryption harddrive. The rest is scattered among friends and safes in paperwallets.

I'll see about reporting you to authorities tomorrow morning.
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June 05, 2013, 01:01:33 PM
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so pathetic how everyone is crapping their pants because someone made a list of PUBLIC information.
If you are scared of hackers, don't place a donation public key on the forum.
Besides, this info is completely useless during the actual 'hacking', if any occurs at all.
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June 05, 2013, 07:18:44 PM
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Interesting list but in my opinion if you are basing it off largest received BTC it really just means who was the most active transferrer not necessarily the richest. For example someone who frequently bets on SD will have a massive amount of BTC received even if their ending balance is zero.

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June 05, 2013, 07:57:45 PM
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I don't care if he has my account number and people know about my miniscule amount of btc.
 
If hackers can:
 
1) find my computer
2) access my computer
3) hack my account
4) hack my truecrypt key
 
Then power to them.  It will, after all, only take 674,909,467,304,392,809,907,186,036.3 years to hash my password at 500 Mhash/sec.
 (tl;dr value:  674 septillion years)

Good luck! Smiley

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