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August 25, 2013, 11:30:26 PM
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But is the site safe?
Probably not. Not sure what is causing this. Too lazy to analyze.

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August 26, 2013, 12:01:49 AM
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But is the site safe?
Probably not. Not sure what is causing this. Too lazy to analyze.

And with that i have read enough of your retarded bullshit and i am putting you on ignore.

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August 26, 2013, 12:03:36 AM
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And with that i have read enough of your retarded bullshit and i am putting you on ignore.
It's bullshit that my AV is blocking the site, I can't acess it and yet I'm supposed to think it's safe?
Because fuck logic.

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August 26, 2013, 01:32:49 AM
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I am not saying that the site is currently safe or not, but just something to keep in mind...

... a lot of programs that are found in the cryptocoin world are flagged by AV companies because the software (code) finds its way into (usually existing - 'plugged in')  botnet software. When the victims report the infection or the box is investigated by the AV companies they just flag all the code as malicious and so it can result in false positives.

FWIW I am happy using primecoin HP releases and I have not come across any security concerns thus far.

You should all be taking basic steps to keep your coins safe anyway, like sending the majority of them to a wallet address you know is secured. Software wallet client(s) storing coins should be on boxes or at least VM's that you know are secure to a high degree...

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August 26, 2013, 02:26:39 AM
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I am not saying that the site is currently safe or not, but just something to keep in mind...

... a lot of programs that are found in the cryptocoin world are flagged by AV companies because the software (code) finds its way into (usually existing - 'plugged in')  botnet software. When the victims report the infection or the box is investigated by the AV companies they just flag all the code as malicious and so it can result in false positives.

FWIW I am happy using primecoin HP releases and I have not come across any security concerns thus far.

You should all be taking basic steps to keep your coins safe anyway, like sending the majority of them to a wallet address you know is secured. Software wallet client(s) storing coins should be on boxes or at least VM's that you know are secure to a high degree...

They are also flagged to help employers keep employees from running it on company computers.
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August 26, 2013, 02:55:32 AM
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I am not saying that the site is currently safe or not, but just something to keep in mind...

... a lot of programs that are found in the cryptocoin world are flagged by AV companies because the software (code) finds its way into (usually existing - 'plugged in')  botnet software. When the victims report the infection or the box is investigated by the AV companies they just flag all the code as malicious and so it can result in false positives.

FWIW I am happy using primecoin HP releases and I have not come across any security concerns thus far.

You should all be taking basic steps to keep your coins safe anyway, like sending the majority of them to a wallet address you know is secured. Software wallet client(s) storing coins should be on boxes or at least VM's that you know are secure to a high degree...

+1

If you Virustotal cGminer, there are a ton of false positives.

AV companies really should do a better job filtering out those false positives; it gives crypto a bad name to unaware people.

 
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August 27, 2013, 08:08:02 AM
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For some reason, I can not get connected to any nodes any more.
I even rebooted Smiley

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August 30, 2013, 01:47:18 AM
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whatever happened to primecoin? The price is crashing like pit. Undecided
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August 30, 2013, 01:56:14 AM
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I am not saying that the site is currently safe or not, but just something to keep in mind...

... a lot of programs that are found in the cryptocoin world are flagged by AV companies because the software (code) finds its way into (usually existing - 'plugged in')  botnet software. When the victims report the infection or the box is investigated by the AV companies they just flag all the code as malicious and so it can result in false positives.

FWIW I am happy using primecoin HP releases and I have not come across any security concerns thus far.

You should all be taking basic steps to keep your coins safe anyway, like sending the majority of them to a wallet address you know is secured. Software wallet client(s) storing coins should be on boxes or at least VM's that you know are secure to a high degree...

+1

If you Virustotal cGminer, there are a ton of false positives.

AV companies really should do a better job filtering out those false positives; it gives crypto a bad name to unaware people.

I don't think they consider them to be false positives...  Undecided
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August 30, 2013, 02:06:35 AM
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whatever happened to primecoin? The price is crashing like pit. Undecided

The price has been trending down the last few days because bitcoin raised in value ~10 USD recently. The change to below 0.0050 BTC/XPM is because someone sold 20k XPM.

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August 30, 2013, 03:50:09 AM
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I can't XPM at this week

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August 30, 2013, 03:00:34 PM
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whatever happened to primecoin? The price is crashing like pit. Undecided

The price has been trending down the last few days because bitcoin raised in value ~10 USD recently. The change to below 0.0050 BTC/XPM is because someone sold 20k XPM.

20,000?? When/where did that happen? I don't see where anyone even sold 1,000. But I'm just looking at Vircurex.
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August 30, 2013, 03:12:45 PM
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whatever happened to primecoin? The price is crashing like pit. Undecided

The price has been trending down the last few days because bitcoin raised in value ~10 USD recently. The change to below 0.0050 BTC/XPM is because someone sold 20k XPM.

20,000?? When/where did that happen? I don't see where anyone even sold 1,000. But I'm just looking at Vircurex.

Vircurex is a very small XPM exchanger. mcxnow is has orders of magnitude more trade volume.

FYI: http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/#jump-xpm-btc

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August 30, 2013, 03:15:52 PM
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whatever happened to primecoin? The price is crashing like pit. Undecided

The price has been trending down the last few days because bitcoin raised in value ~10 USD recently. The change to below 0.0050 BTC/XPM is because someone sold 20k XPM.

20,000?? When/where did that happen? I don't see where anyone even sold 1,000. But I'm just looking at Vircurex.

mcxNOW is the place you are looking for !

There has been several 1k+ dumps for several days in a row, one of those dump was around 18k xpm in an hour...

Now I a firm believer that the price will go up again, mining is a lot harder than it was and most of the people susceptible to dump have done so.
I'm still holding around 1.3k and I surely won't sell at this price !
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August 30, 2013, 03:37:45 PM
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Thanks to both of you! I wasn't aware of that one.
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August 30, 2013, 04:40:50 PM
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I am not saying that the site is currently safe or not, but just something to keep in mind...

... a lot of programs that are found in the cryptocoin world are flagged by AV companies because the software (code) finds its way into (usually existing - 'plugged in')  botnet software. When the victims report the infection or the box is investigated by the AV companies they just flag all the code as malicious and so it can result in false positives.

FWIW I am happy using primecoin HP releases and I have not come across any security concerns thus far.

You should all be taking basic steps to keep your coins safe anyway, like sending the majority of them to a wallet address you know is secured. Software wallet client(s) storing coins should be on boxes or at least VM's that you know are secure to a high degree...

The pages on ppcoin.org and primecoin.org are coded by me and are very simple, I don't see any problem with the site right now. The avast warning might be flagged by the antivirus company due to known malwares bundling primecoin miners. Maybe we should drop them a note educating and requesting them to clear our name.

A quick search revealed that there are already malwares bundling primecoin miners, for example
http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=130615
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August 30, 2013, 04:41:50 PM
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Now if we could just get primecoin added to that new US coinmkt exchange.  7 currencies and none of them primecoin...what gives?
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August 30, 2013, 05:51:43 PM
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Wow there are a lot of people dumping xpm again this morning. I wonder if they are trying to get in on the bitcoin bump, just scared or bot netters. Personally I think it looks like a great time to buy.
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August 30, 2013, 08:20:21 PM
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The pages on ppcoin.org and primecoin.org are coded by me and are very simple, I don't see any problem with the site right now. The avast warning might be flagged by the antivirus company due to known malwares bundling primecoin miners. Maybe we should drop them a note educating and requesting them to clear our name.
A quick search revealed that there are already malwares bundling primecoin miners, for example
http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=130615

Ah they almost hold you for responsible Sunny King... Fascinating to see how people jump to conclusion.
It was bound to happen, good thing AV will flag the miner to stop the botnets.
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August 30, 2013, 08:21:22 PM
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Ouch, what happened to the price?

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