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January 28, 2011, 10:25:08 AM
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SourceForge has been hacked. Any idea yet if BitCoin was compromised? It is one of the few things I downloaded from SourceForge recently.

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January 28, 2011, 10:38:04 AM
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Maybe you should post a md5sum of your bitcoin tarball, if this can reassure you.

Here is mine, which I downloaded December, 13th :

67c0d4a5c7310a94ee1ed8b2effa22cb  bitcoin-0.3.19-linux.tar.gz

And here is the sha256, in case you're paranoïd enough not to trust md5 Smiley  :

59e9caf30db34e6a5a86569c07c34305b4c4eae4e3f9b7757aaecc02fba83583  bitcoin-0.3.19-linux.tar.gz
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