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July 15, 2011, 07:22:46 PM
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I have observed some potential issue with Intersango.

I cannot exclude that it is some error on my side
(I didn't sleep enough last night 'cause I was fiddling
with the German version of "Securing your wallet",
coincidentally). Or simply some accidental slip
as the service is still young.

However, just for the case that the issue is
real and more than accident, perhaps you should halt
trading for a moment, and wait until Genjix confirms that
everything is OK and safe. I already sent him the details.

Thanks.

- Joise

(cross-posted from "Trading discussion", please excuse.)
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July 15, 2011, 07:36:38 PM
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Issue seems to be already is resolved (deposit got added twice by accident).

So, systematic exploits were not possible at all.

- Joise

P.S.

I think that trust isn't really built on maintaining
the image of being flawless, but on a combination
of good intentions and the ability to met them.

So, thumbs up for Intersango, I like much what they do!
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July 16, 2011, 05:54:12 AM
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Thanks, but credit here doesn't go to me but phantomcircuit who handled this. He's in control of much of the site development nowadays.
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