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June 17, 2011, 05:33:59 AM
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I think the site/pool just went down...

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June 17, 2011, 05:34:22 AM
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I think the site/pool just went down...
Looks like it...

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June 17, 2011, 05:42:36 AM
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I think the site/pool just went down...

I am thinking that whoever is attacking the pools, is lurking in these forums, either as a participant or just a read only lurker.  Either way, it seems whenever somebody reports stability, something happens and it goes away.  Maybe stability posts should not be posted here [meaning for all pools, not just deepbit].   Granted, it leaves negative comments about a pool stability more prominent, but there are ways to praise the pool without saying whether it is stable or not and even if you are using it or not.  Somebody out there has an agenda and some power to disrupt.  Is that the case right now, I have no idea, but I don't believe in coincidence so, in cases like this [and with clear public enemies ... i.e. US congress and the U.S. Federal Reserve], I prefer to remain a bit cynical.

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June 17, 2011, 05:44:40 AM
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There was a DDoS attempt at this moment.

Recent connection issues and increased stales percentage were not caused by DDoS.

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June 17, 2011, 05:47:58 AM
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There was a DDoS attempt at this moment.

Well, I guess, unfortunately, cynicism confirmed.  I have no doubt in my mind that whoever is responsible watches these forums closely.  The admin could probably pull IP logs and get an idea; especially if the user is not a member.  A member may be more difficult to detect.  My guess is; this can be tracked if somebody puts the resources into doing so.

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June 17, 2011, 05:49:34 AM
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There was a DDoS attempt at this moment.

Recent connection issues and increased stales percentage were not caused by DDoS.

I really don't understand what anyone has to gain from these attacks.  They don't bother me at all, they don't affect my mining income more than 1-3% a week, they don't lower the power of deepbit.  Heck still hovering close to 50% some days.

Why does anyone waste their time?  Silly kids these days.
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June 17, 2011, 05:50:17 AM
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Yup, can't get to the website.  Am too tired to go back down to the basement and check the machines I just finished setting up.

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June 17, 2011, 05:52:29 AM
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increased stales percentage were not caused by DDoS.

I assume you were releasing those changes you have been working on. Like I said in my last post, I actually noticed BETTER stale percentages.

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June 17, 2011, 05:54:40 AM
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There was a DDoS attempt at this moment.

Well, I guess, unfortunately, cynicism confirmed.  I have no doubt in my mind that whoever is responsible watches these forums closely.  The admin could probably pull IP logs and get an idea; especially if the user is not a member.  A member may be more difficult to detect.  My guess is; this can be tracked if somebody puts the resources into doing so.

Why on Earth would they need to watch the forums? They can attack whenever they please. What benefit do they get from watching this thread?

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June 17, 2011, 05:55:59 AM
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Why on Earth would they need to watch the forums? They can attack whenever they please. What benefit do they get from watching this thread?
May be to check when admin is sleeping ? :)

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June 17, 2011, 05:56:28 AM
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Why on Earth would they need to watch the forums? They can attack whenever they please. What benefit do they get from watching this thread?
May be to check when admin is sleeping ? Smiley

Well, they failed this time! Good job on keeping it short!

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June 17, 2011, 05:57:53 AM
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Why on Earth would they need to watch the forums? They can attack whenever they please. What benefit do they get from watching this thread?
May be to check when admin is sleeping ? Smiley

Admins never sleep ;-)

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June 17, 2011, 05:59:15 AM
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Why on Earth would they need to watch the forums? They can attack whenever they please. What benefit do they get from watching this thread?
May be to check when admin is sleeping ? Smiley

Admins never sleep ;-)

And we take really long lunch breaks at work to come home and restart servers!

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June 17, 2011, 06:16:24 AM
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Screw it. Going to bed. Between the new difficulty rate and these ddos attacks I think I will be having nightmares instead of pleasant dreams in my sleep...

Hopefully the new version of phoenix reconnects once the ddos attack is over.
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June 17, 2011, 06:18:59 AM
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since Slush and Deepit pools are being ddosed same time, a possible explination can be an attack on the network, i hope miners switch to other pools so the hashing power stays in our hand.

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June 17, 2011, 06:28:43 AM
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since Slush and Deepit pools are being ddosed same time, a possible explination can be an attack on the network, i hope miners switch to other pools so the hashing power stays in our hand.

Too tired to switch over.  Hopefully it comes back up soon.
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June 17, 2011, 06:30:52 AM
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since Slush and Deepit pools are being ddosed same time, a possible explination can be an attack on the network, i hope miners switch to other pools so the hashing power stays in our hand.

Too tired to switch over.  Hopefully it comes back up soon.

Ha.  The minute I post is the minute they come back up.  Cheers.
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June 17, 2011, 06:31:17 AM
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There was a DDoS attempt at this moment.

Recent connection issues and increased stales percentage were not caused by DDoS.

I really don't understand what anyone has to gain from these attacks.  They don't bother me at all, they don't affect my mining income more than 1-3% a week, they don't lower the power of deepbit.  Heck still hovering close to 50% some days.

Why does anyone waste their time?  Silly kids these days.

They do cause fatigue damage to your hardware (when or if it causes failure is statistical in nature, but statistically it is very real).  

Why take out pools?  Well, there are many reasons why this happens.  There are many financial and government institutions that would love to undermine bitcoin.  There are probably plenty of speculators that lost big because of gambling money that they couldn't afford to lose and are now angry (angry types make mistakes and will get caught).  There are people who spent a lot of money on mining hardware just to have difficulty prevent them from recouping their investment.  There are probably individuals who mined a lot of coins early and sold them and found that the price went up so much that they could have made a lot more money (irrationally bitter).  There are probably people that dislike individual pools for one reason or another and even some people that dislike the pools since it has largely eliminated solo mining.  Lots of incentive, some financial, some political, some vengeful and some probably for reasons I haven't thought of.  How many have the ability?  Probably not many except perhaps the obvious (banks, governments, financial institutions and more come to mind with little thought).  Bitcoin pools are the most attacked entities that I have ever seen since I have been using the Internet (1992).

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June 17, 2011, 10:30:34 AM
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Why on Earth would they need to watch the forums? They can attack whenever they please. What benefit do they get from watching this thread?
May be to check when admin is sleeping ? Smiley

Admins never sleep ;-)

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June 17, 2011, 10:55:16 AM
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There was a DDoS attempt at this moment.

Recent connection issues and increased stales percentage were not caused by DDoS.

I really don't understand what anyone has to gain from these attacks.  They don't bother me at all, they don't affect my mining income more than 1-3% a week, they don't lower the power of deepbit.  Heck still hovering close to 50% some days.

Why does anyone waste their time?  Silly kids these days.

They do cause fatigue damage to your hardware (when or if it causes failure is statistical in nature, but statistically it is very real).  

Why take out pools?  Well, there are many reasons why this happens.  There are many financial and government institutions that would love to undermine bitcoin.  There are probably plenty of speculators that lost big because of gambling money that they couldn't afford to lose and are now angry (angry types make mistakes and will get caught).  There are people who spent a lot of money on mining hardware just to have difficulty prevent them from recouping their investment.  There are probably individuals who mined a lot of coins early and sold them and found that the price went up so much that they could have made a lot more money (irrationally bitter).  There are probably people that dislike individual pools for one reason or another and even some people that dislike the pools since it has largely eliminated solo mining.  Lots of incentive, some financial, some political, some vengeful and some probably for reasons I haven't thought of.  How many have the ability?  Probably not many except perhaps the obvious (banks, governments, financial institutions and more come to mind with little thought).  Bitcoin pools are the most attacked entities that I have ever seen since I have been using the Internet (1992).


You forgot 1 "real" reason...
The man that attacking the network is  Satoshi Nakamoto
Why?

Because when he attack the network the difficulty stay down.. While the difficulty stay down people but more and more hardware even due its not going to pay off..
Soo people buying hardware.. The diffecultiy is not rising as is should have been... People buy more hardware... When the ddos attacks will stop the hashpower of the system will be soo big that the system will be very secure..

DDos attack --> Difficulty not raising  -> people but more hardware --> network secure...

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