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March 15, 2019, 11:20:08 PM
Last edit: March 18, 2019, 02:08:16 AM by JollyGood
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It is always great to hear good things about a casino out of nowhere. You see a lot of bad complaints about casinos and people do not hold back while they are complaining about a website, sometimes they even complain about something when its their own fault and casino did nothing wrong and the casino is forced to defend themselves for something they did not commit at all.

It is easy to spread rumor about how horrible a casino is and just leave, as long as you leave that stain it will be there no matter how much you wash it off. People who love a casino doesn't usually come in and just say "yeah this website is doing exactly what it suppose to do" because lets be honest being a good casino means not doing anything out of what you promise to do, nothing shady, no scamming, no withdraw issues, no bet cancelling, no stealing of funds, these are all things you would expect from a casino anyway so they do not come in and talk about it but at this day and age when all other casinos have issues and there are only few decent ones left we really need this type of good reviews as well.

I personally love playing here as well and NEVER had any issue, not just big, never had small tiny issues neither, always been perfect.


Nobody would blame you for not using other gaming sites because your user experience has been a great one at Bustabit

Bustabit never scammed anybody

Bustabit has an excellent reputation

Bustabit has excellent customer services by devans

Not all casinos and gaming site are going to have good reputations but several have extremely bad ones. I would advise you to avoid betking at all costs but can safely say I never ever heard a bad word about Bustabit, Bustadice, Bitsler, Primedice and Stake (except from betking owner/operator scammer Dean Nolan who was busy attacking them)

If you have found one that works for you - well done. Wish you success in your game playing but please just avoid betking and its scammer owner/operator Dean Nolan

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March 19, 2019, 11:49:37 PM
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Just wanted to post here to say that I've had over 300 bitcoin in this site at one time and they have paid me out.


Great to read about that. I never heard a negative word about bustabit, bustadice and devans (apart from scammer Dean Nolan because he is jealous that they are successful while his betking scam website is dying a fast death)

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March 20, 2019, 04:19:49 PM
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I can understand your grief with Dean Nolan, I do also think he did scammed people who participated in his ICO and all that but is it really the place to talk about that? I know you have bunch of topics you yourself started talking about how he is a scam but maybe keep it in there? Keep it on your own topics about how he is a scam? This is the topic for bustabit and as far as we know bustabit has nothing against Dean Nolan or his scam, its totally irrelevant, they have no connection as in anything bad to say back or anything.

So, you are (and in a way I am right now) making the topic go off rails when you talk about him. Try to keep talks about him on topics about him and when you write in other places (which I have seen you write in many other places) just either don't write at all or write about the website itself, not someone else.
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March 21, 2019, 09:59:08 AM
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I have temporarily paused games on bustabit because of a potential security vulnerability. All users' funds are safe and if the vulnerability is confirmed then bankroll investors will be reimbursed for any losses.

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March 21, 2019, 10:28:54 AM
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I have temporarily paused games on bustabit because of a potential security vulnerability. All users' funds are safe and if the vulnerability is confirmed then bankroll investors will be reimbursed for any losses.

Sorry to hear that, man. I hope everything gets resolved. Best case scenario would be not a hack of course, but at this point it's virtually guaranteed that the hashes are compromised. I'm excited to see whether or not you disclose what the vuln was after it is patched. Good luck and thanks for your hard work!

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March 21, 2019, 11:08:10 AM
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I have temporarily paused games on bustabit because of a potential security vulnerability. All users' funds are safe and if the vulnerability is confirmed then bankroll investors will be reimbursed for any losses.
Good thing that you able to spot it out directly and hopefully that vulnerability didnt cause any loss amount into its investors.When this thing do happen?

Edit: Holy macaroni with just 9 bets and look the profits.


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March 21, 2019, 11:09:33 AM
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I have temporarily paused games on bustabit because of a potential security vulnerability. All users' funds are safe and if the vulnerability is confirmed then bankroll investors will be reimbursed for any losses.
Good thing that you able to spot it out directly and hopefully that vulnerability didnt cause any loss amount into its investors.When this thing do happen?

This incident happened about an hour ago. If it was indeed a vulnerability, then Daniel will have to pay about 100 BTC from his own pocket to investors, which I am sure he will do. In my view, this only reenforces Daniel's trustworthiness, because a malicious operator could simply say that some players got lucky, and wouldn't disclose the breach.

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March 21, 2019, 12:03:24 PM
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betking are announcing unconfirmed amount of 100 BTC being hacked at Bustabit

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March 21, 2019, 12:18:29 PM
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@JollyGood, you literally created like 4 threads to complain about BetKing. Please don't turn this into a 5th.


Good thing that you able to spot it out directly and hopefully that vulnerability didnt cause any loss amount into its investors.When this thing do happen?

Looking at: https://dicesites.com/bustabit  it looks like a hit of ~119 bitcoin in the last day. Assuming this was the result of a security problem, Daniels has already promised to cover this out of his own pocket, so investors should be pretty relieved.

Fortunately 119 bitcoin is pretty manageable compared to the site's bankroll, or profits (for both investors and commissions). But going forward I think I'd like to see a more explicit outline between Daniel and investors about how security issues like this are dealt with. The site bankroll is a massive 3.2k bitcoin at the moment, so that represents a pretty huge liability (e.g. imagine if a lucky whale won half, then turns out they weren't actually lucky) so I think it's worth dealing with.
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March 21, 2019, 12:18:52 PM
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betking are announcing unconfirmed amount of 100 BTC being hacked at Bustabit

Hacked is not really the word I'd use. It's more likely an exploit using the websocket. Either way, investor and player funds remain untouched. Looks like Dean just enjoys spreading FUD.

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March 21, 2019, 12:21:47 PM
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betking are announcing unconfirmed amount of 100 BTC being hacked at Bustabit

Hacked is not really the word I'd use. It's more likely an exploit using the websocket. Either way, investor and player funds remain untouched. Looks like Dean just enjoys spreading FUD.

What are you talking about? When he said it on his website, the information was already in this thread.

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March 21, 2019, 12:23:13 PM
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betking are announcing unconfirmed amount of 100 BTC being hacked at Bustabit

Hacked is not really the word I'd use. It's more likely an exploit using the websocket. Either way, investor and player funds remain untouched. Looks like Dean just enjoys spreading FUD.

What are you talking about? When he said it on his website, the information was already in this thread.

Nothing has been confirmed yet. Additionally, hacked isn't the appropriate term to use.

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betking are announcing unconfirmed amount of 100 BTC being hacked at Bustabit

Hacked is not really the word I'd use. It's more likely an exploit using the websocket. Either way, investor and player funds remain untouched. Looks like Dean just enjoys spreading FUD.

What are you talking about? When he said it on his website, the information was already in this thread.

Nothing has been confirmed yet. Additionally, hacked isn't the appropriate term to use.

And he said it wasn't confirmed .25 seconds later. I literally can't figure out why the original picture was posted or how there was another user in this thread that thinks it's at all relevant to this thread.

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March 21, 2019, 12:37:57 PM
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@JollyGood, you literally created like 4 threads to complain about BetKing. Please don't turn this into a 5th.


Good thing that you able to spot it out directly and hopefully that vulnerability didnt cause any loss amount into its investors.When this thing do happen?

Looking at: https://dicesites.com/bustabit  it looks like a hit of ~119 bitcoin in the last day. Assuming this was the result of a security problem, Daniels has already promised to cover this out of his own pocket, so investors should be pretty relieved.

Fortunately 119 bitcoin is pretty manageable compared to the site's bankroll, or profits (for both investors and commissions). But going forward I think I'd like to see a more explicit outline between Daniel and investors about how security issues like this are dealt with. The site bankroll is a massive 3.2k bitcoin at the moment, so that represents a pretty huge liability (e.g. imagine if a lucky whale won half, then turns out they weren't actually lucky) so I think it's worth dealing with.
I cant deny that the site's bankroll is really too big which that exploited funds isnt really that much and good to know that Daniel do pays it off with his own pocket but 119BTC is still a lot of money.

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March 21, 2019, 12:47:08 PM
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See Daniel's commentary !

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Earlier today, an attacker exploited a previously unknown vulnerability in one of bustabit's API methods which allowed him to find out the current game's outcome before its end. By exploiting this bug the attacker managed to win a total of 122.5686 BTC and empty the hot wallet.

I have confirmed the existence of this vulnerability and deployed a fix for it. In a few minutes, the game will resume and the hot wallet refilled.

bustabit will reimburse all affected bankroll investors out of pocket. Each investor's account will be credited with the full amount of bits lost to the attacker and an equal amount of dilution fee credits. Because I want to ensure that all affected investors are made whole (vs just adding 122.5686 BTC to the bankroll again), this will take 1-2 days while I calculate how much each investors is owed.

There is no indication that this vulnerability was exploited before today. Player funds were not at risk at any point in time. The problem was specific to bustabit and bustadice was not affected in any way.

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March 21, 2019, 12:55:50 PM
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Earlier today, an attacker exploited a previously unknown vulnerability in one of bustabit's API methods which allowed him to find out the current game's outcome before its end. By exploiting this bug the attacker managed to win a total of 122.5686 BTC and empty the hot wallet.

I have confirmed the existence of this vulnerability and deployed a fix for it. In a few minutes, the game will resume and the hot wallet refilled.

bustabit will reimburse all affected bankroll investors out of pocket. Each investor's account will be credited with the full amount of bits lost to the attacker and an equal amount of dilution fee credits. Because I want to ensure that all affected investors are made whole (vs just adding 122.5686 BTC to the bankroll again), this will take 1-2 days while I calculate how much each investors is owed.

There is no indication that this vulnerability was exploited before today. Player funds were not at risk at any point in time. The problem was specific to bustabit and bustadice was not affected in any way.

Great job! You are the best!

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March 21, 2019, 12:57:46 PM
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Earlier today, an attacker exploited a previously unknown vulnerability in one of bustabit's API methods which allowed him to find out the current game's outcome before its end. By exploiting this bug the attacker managed to win a total of 122.5686 BTC and empty the hot wallet.

I have confirmed the existence of this vulnerability and deployed a fix for it. In a few minutes, the game will resume and the hot wallet refilled.

bustabit will reimburse all affected bankroll investors out of pocket. Each investor's account will be credited with the full amount of bits lost to the attacker and an equal amount of dilution fee credits. Because I want to ensure that all affected investors are made whole (vs just adding 122.5686 BTC to the bankroll again), this will take 1-2 days while I calculate how much each investors is owed.

There is no indication that this vulnerability was exploited before today. Player funds were not at risk at any point in time. The problem was specific to bustabit and bustadice was not affected in any way.


Do you can help to another busta sites, for solved that vulnerability too ?
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March 21, 2019, 01:08:49 PM
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Good job, proud to be BAB investor.
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March 21, 2019, 01:17:44 PM
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Earlier today, an attacker exploited a previously unknown vulnerability in one of bustabit's API methods which allowed him to find out the current game's outcome before its end. By exploiting this bug the attacker managed to win a total of 122.5686 BTC and empty the hot wallet.

I have confirmed the existence of this vulnerability and deployed a fix for it. In a few minutes, the game will resume and the hot wallet refilled.

bustabit will reimburse all affected bankroll investors out of pocket. Each investor's account will be credited with the full amount of bits lost to the attacker and an equal amount of dilution fee credits. Because I want to ensure that all affected investors are made whole (vs just adding 122.5686 BTC to the bankroll again), this will take 1-2 days while I calculate how much each investors is owed.

There is no indication that this vulnerability was exploited before today. Player funds were not at risk at any point in time. The problem was specific to bustabit and bustadice was not affected in any way.

Have to express the way you managed this situation is exemplary. You are going to cover the losses of 122.5686 BTC and dilution fee credits - excellent. That equates to around $475,000 in FIAT.

It is unfortunate this attack took place but it is commendable you managed to isolate the issue and fixed it so quickly and it cannot be exploited again.

Regarding the vulnerability, though you have run thorough checks it just might be possible that the attacker made test runs with tiny amounts in the recent past to check the vulnerability exists before going after the 122.5686 BTC. It seems highly unlikely the attacker stumbled across the vulnerability by chance, it seems more probable the attacker carried out the attack after devising a plan.


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