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February 24, 2014, 06:37:04 PM
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Do not EVER put this in your config, especially if you've copied a config that uses a default user/pass.

The '*' wildcard allows global access without restriction; any IP able to connect to your machine can issue RPC commands, which can perform useful tasks, such as querying your balance, or sending funds to another address. You probably won't know that someone is remotely accessing your client until it's too late.

You should explicitly specify all IPs that are allowed, eg rpcallow=192.168.0.1

By the way, RPC has nothing to do with finding peers, so the above config directive wouldn't work anyway.
it's ok to use "*" if you are behind firewall/router but you're right it won't help anyway. my bad, sorry

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February 24, 2014, 06:58:46 PM
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Do not EVER put this in your config, especially if you've copied a config that uses a default user/pass.

The '*' wildcard allows global access without restriction; any IP able to connect to your machine can issue RPC commands, which can perform useful tasks, such as querying your balance, or sending funds to another address. You probably won't know that someone is remotely accessing your client until it's too late.

You should explicitly specify all IPs that are allowed, eg rpcallow=192.168.0.1

By the way, RPC has nothing to do with finding peers, so the above config directive wouldn't work anyway.
it's ok to use "*" if you are behind firewall/router but you're right it won't help anyway. my bad, sorry

If the wallet is secured with a super password, the RPC user still can't bypass that and send coins out, right?

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February 24, 2014, 11:56:09 PM
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when will we go back up guys? i bought in at a bad time and got wolong dumped on.... any other optimists here that believe we will pick up some momentum soon?
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February 25, 2014, 12:17:28 AM
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when will we go back up guys? i bought in at a bad time and got wolong dumped on.... any other optimists here that believe we will pick up some momentum soon?
in 35-39 days maybe  Wink

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February 25, 2014, 12:19:29 AM
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is that because you see bitcoin getting out of the gox produced ditch by then? or just a hunch? i realize it's hard to speculate correctly, but i just feel dumb buying so high when it is selling for 6$ now.  Luckily I am in it for the long run and buying more now to off set those high prices.
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February 25, 2014, 01:00:23 AM
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is that because you see bitcoin getting out of the gox produced ditch by then? or just a hunch? i realize it's hard to speculate correctly, but i just feel dumb buying so high when it is selling for 6$ now.  Luckily I am in it for the long run and buying more now to off set those high prices.
Well... I feel dumb too))
Talking about the price - look at the graphs for more then 1 month - price jumped at some points that are really close to reward halving.
I'd like to see it's going up a little bit earlier soooo... my guess is 35-39 days could be the next point if we are lucky enough ))
But anyway you can see there is someone manipulating the price all the time (walls go up and down + small buys) so who knows what he is up to - maybe we are about to jump this week... maybe next one...
I am in UNO for the long run too so I just put sell order at 0.1 and keeping an eye on it...
Hope it won't break through too fast))

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February 25, 2014, 01:22:48 AM
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Is there a paper wallet generator available anywhere?
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February 25, 2014, 03:04:18 AM
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Current bitcoin market volatility due to Goxpocalypse should once again test Unobtanium as a crypto safe haven play.

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February 25, 2014, 05:02:28 AM
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I have to agree with sucyresky - what's the secret to connecting the Windows wallet with the Uno block chain on initial install?  Wallet's V0.9.2.9 and it's got the .conf data from the OP.

Or should I have paid extra for the decoder ring package?  Wink
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February 25, 2014, 05:24:12 AM
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Do not EVER put this in your config, especially if you've copied a config that uses a default user/pass.

The '*' wildcard allows global access without restriction; any IP able to connect to your machine can issue RPC commands, which can perform useful tasks, such as querying your balance, or sending funds to another address. You probably won't know that someone is remotely accessing your client until it's too late.

You should explicitly specify all IPs that are allowed, eg rpcallow=192.168.0.1

By the way, RPC has nothing to do with finding peers, so the above config directive wouldn't work anyway.
it's ok to use "*" if you are behind firewall/router but you're right it won't help anyway. my bad, sorry

To be 100% safe you should still specify your local IPs only. You can use a partial wildcard to include your local network, eg rpcallow=192.168.0.*

The chances of a typical setup being cleaned out are pretty slim. The attack would need...

1) To be able to connect to the RPC port from the internet (with a typical DSL/cable and router with NAT an inbound connect will require explicit port mapping to connect to your machine - it won't work by default)
2) To be permitted to perform RPC commands (rpcallow=* in the config)
3) To know the username and password

But still, never hurts to be careful. Typing out 192.168.0.* instead of just * takes a few more seconds. Smiley

Note that if you are not solo mining, and have no other software that would need to access RPC, you shouldn't need it open/active at all. It is not required for the wallet to function.
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February 25, 2014, 05:30:17 AM
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I have to agree with sucyresky - what's the secret to connecting the Windows wallet with the Uno block chain on initial install?  Wallet's V0.9.2.9 and it's got the .conf data from the OP.

Or should I have paid extra for the decoder ring package?  Wink

I know a few tricks for finding peers. Give me a bit to compile the latest client and I'll see if I can find a few. Cheesy
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February 25, 2014, 06:07:05 AM
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Try adding these lines to your config, then restart the client.

Code:
addnode=192.241.136.167
addnode=174.102.224.88
addnode=198.178.28.9
addnode=76.111.232.25
addnode=162.243.74.171
addnode=115.28.8.149
addnode=108.30.68.204
addnode=201.62.64.66
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February 25, 2014, 06:19:48 PM
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Going down... How low? Anyone?
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February 25, 2014, 06:28:17 PM
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Going down... How low? Anyone?
I loaded my bag now. lets see how low it goes.
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February 25, 2014, 06:52:53 PM
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Going down... How low? Anyone?


I would say we are getting close to the bottom. im 50% uno 25% vtc 25% phs. bought 20 new uno today for 4$, such a steal.
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February 25, 2014, 07:35:47 PM
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Going down... How low? Anyone?


I would say we are getting close to the bottom. im 50% uno 25% vtc 25% phs. bought 20 new uno today for 4$, such a steal.

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February 26, 2014, 06:46:50 PM
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p2pool.com has added Unobtanium pooled mining, FYI.

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February 26, 2014, 06:53:52 PM
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I'm also running a public node if anyone wants to use it as a backup or whatever.

http://us-east.royalminingco.com:9655/static/

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February 26, 2014, 08:53:05 PM
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February 27, 2014, 02:55:32 PM
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