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November 16, 2018, 01:26:24 PM
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November 27, 2018, 07:07:43 PM
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As coinb.in is a JS based application, I'd like to know if it is affected by the NPM Package Vulnerability, found on CoPay?

Details: https://blog.bitpay.com/npm-package-vulnerability-copay/

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December 10, 2018, 10:39:38 AM
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Is this project still maintained by OP?
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December 10, 2018, 12:08:18 PM
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Is this project still maintained by OP?

The last commit on the GitHub repository was on 26th of August and he's still active in the forums so I don't think It's abandoned.

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December 22, 2018, 07:01:38 PM
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Is this project still maintained by OP?

The last commit on the GitHub repository was on 26th of August and he's still active in the forums so I don't think It's abandoned.

Then, this thread may have been abandoned. OP has not posted here for long...
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January 30, 2019, 12:51:55 AM
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Tell me please, is this version obsolete? https://github.com/coinbin/coinbin
Does this version have a relationship to official repotory?
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January 30, 2019, 08:06:31 AM
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Tell me please, is this version obsolete? https://github.com/coinbin/coinbin
Does this version have a relationship to official repotory?

No commits since 2014, A beta version and it says it was made by OutCast3k.

It's possible that it was by OP and then he changed the repository because apparently, the first version released on the new repository is 1.1 while the link you're referring to is 1.0.

I don't see why you would use something unstable and that might have bugs though. So If you're planning to do that, make sure to check the source code and not just run it as well, just to be sure that it doesn't contain anything malicious.

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January 30, 2019, 07:07:11 PM
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Tell me please, is this version obsolete? https://github.com/coinbin/coinbin
Does this version have a relationship to official repotory?

No commits since 2014, A beta version and it says it was made by OutCast3k.

It's possible that it was by OP and then he changed the repository because apparently, the first version released on the new repository is 1.1 while the link you're referring to is 1.0.

I don't see why you would use something unstable and that might have bugs though. So If you're planning to do that, make sure to check the source code and not just run it as well, just to be sure that it doesn't contain anything malicious.

If this version belongs to OutCast3k why then they do not delete or update this version?
I looked at /JS/ there is not even a standard RFC 6979 (https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6979)
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February 27, 2019, 07:44:33 PM
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Hi,
I am sorry, but i am not sure where to ask my question. Please can you tell me how to find the "Private key (WIF key)" from "AES-256 Encrypted WIF key" ?
I have created a BTG adress on coinb.in, I have the AES-256 Encrypted WIF key and my password.

Many thanks for your Help
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February 28, 2019, 11:04:54 AM
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If this version belongs to OutCast3k why then they do not delete or update this version?
I looked at /JS/ there is not even a standard RFC 6979 (https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6979)

My conclusion came based on two things:

1. The current repository has version 1.1 as the first release which means that 1.0 might have been somewhere else (in the link you gave).

2. Whoever posted that release wanted to give credit to OutCast3k. I don't this is likely because coinb.in was not famous back then, so someone hosting something for phishing people is unlikely.

Either way though, I wouldn't suggest using it even If it was from the original creator, because it might contain a lot of bugs.

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May 17, 2019, 11:50:08 PM
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Just ran a test to see if everything is still working on BCH for http://www.motelmaya.com/BCH/BCH.html

Test Results:

Private Key:
5K3RVMWgTKybCzq7mYQqhHr7YYcf8nBvGSeRmgVLSR9BaEKSTx1

Address:
1DmFuR6XnDZ9ZRbbxtnQjRrGVT6d9fHY4R

Op_checklocktimeverify (op_hodl)
for 05172019 0000
Created Address: 34Z4xGT3kVL7u6paLtCBGDSr1MDV9XEj3o

Redeem Script:

04206ec95cb1754104e8bd934e16665aa946c61f052fce83a285f41b78018e464539b8fdc5c3287 11fc29df8f559e3286356d99d38a4a41df563e4a6d8f52619e7c613fa1985ba3b07ac

Signed Redeem TX:
0100000001b809b354a0a4693eac3afc31d630492dd4bf67e8163147bfdca69422ddc82caa00000 00094483045022100f6285a47242317cd7b47680a42ad661ddf7a0a59eaa18217eba27087d0eedd 6f0220372eac8f20614c3d5bbf90e198cc20f71ccd2804708eecae2f7b72b5673b7a56414a04206 ec95cb1754104e8bd934e16665aa946c61f052fce83a285f41b78018e464539b8fdc5c328711fc2 9df8f559e3286356d99d38a4a41df563e4a6d8f52619e7c613fa1985ba3b07ac0000000001b8820 100000000001976a9144dcaeeb83f67749cef93bf1689c3c53f69d7aa2888ac206ec95c

Successful transaction:
https://blockchair.com/bitcoin-cash/transaction/d9312b5fd0fc56953f27609a7254dbc23896b54764eb71305451518a2ae4ffac

I did run into one hiccup. Blocktrail.com has been discontinued, so you can't get unspent outputs from them anymore. When you do the setup, you need to select blockdozer.com for retrieving unspent outputs.

Go to Settings tab, on Network select "Bitcoin Cash", then go down to unspent outputs and select blocktrail.com, finally hit the "submit" button. You should get a green confirmation saying " Settings updates successfully".

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