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September 04, 2011, 10:03:04 AM
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More binaries to follow.

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1.04 - September 4th 2011
-Fixed vulnerability in original Bitcoin code that hacker ArtForz took advantage of to crash clients
-Fixed small issue with calculating transaction size that made transactions appear bigger than they were from the clients perspective
-Improved chain downloading speed
-Now kick badly behaving nodes off the network as a network defense mechanism


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September 04, 2011, 10:05:16 AM
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Uh oh...what did he screw up now? lol

EDIT: Yup ArtForz "hacked" that one. LOL

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September 04, 2011, 10:18:15 AM
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So the idea is to blame problems on Bitcoin and downplay your incompetence, huh?

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-Fixed vulnerability in original Bitcoin code that hacker ArtForz took advantage of to crash clients

Uh, the vulnerability is due to your fixed transaction cost that you changed in your fork of Bitcoin. It's not in the original Bitcoin code. The original Bitcoin code had variable transaction fees which would cause a similar attack on Bitcoin to cost about 80 BTC in fees.

And nice to label ArtForz a hacker. What exactly did he hack? He just showed you a vulnerability in SolidCoin that you introduced and refused to acknowledge until he proved it to you.

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-Fixed small issue with calculating transaction size that made transactions appear bigger than they were from the clients perspective

So your untested fix in version 1.03 caused a huge problem for exchanges. Exchanges even had to stop withdrawal/deposits due to it. And you're just going to call it a "small issue"? If it's such a small issue, why are you in such a hurry to release a fix so soon. Are you sure you tested this release enough?

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September 04, 2011, 10:22:37 AM
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And if you are talking about the vulnerability of log files getting too large that caused clients to crash... ArtForz did not know about it before he attempted sending those large transactions. It was just an unforeseen issue due to these large transaction. So don't spread misinformation by saying that "ArtForz took advantage of to crash clients."

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September 04, 2011, 10:23:33 AM
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Uh, the vulnerability is due to your fixed transaction cost that you changed in your fork of Bitcoin. It's not in the original Bitcoin code. The original Bitcoin code had variable transaction fees which would cause a similar attack on Bitcoin to cost about 80 BTC in fees.

No that was fixed in 1.03 so you're referring to something different I've fixed here in 1.04. I won't mention it publicly because it may open an attack on Bitcoin.

And nice to label ArtForz a hacker. What exactly did he hack? He just showed you a vulnerability in SolidCoin that you introduced and refused to acknowledge until he proved it to you.

Yes he is a blackhat hacker who disrupted the computers, networks and investments of thousand of people around the world. He is also lying about communications he has had with me. But you wouldn't expect much else from a hacker.

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September 04, 2011, 10:25:28 AM
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So the idea is to blame problems on Bitcoin and downplay your incompetence, huh?

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-Fixed vulnerability in original Bitcoin code that hacker ArtForz took advantage of to crash clients

Uh, the vulnerability is due to your fixed transaction cost that you changed in your fork of Bitcoin. It's not in the original Bitcoin code. The original Bitcoin code had variable transaction fees which would cause a similar attack on Bitcoin to cost about 80 BTC in fees.

And nice to label ArtForz a hacker. What exactly did he hack? He just showed you a vulnerability in SolidCoin that you introduced and refused to acknowledge until he proved it to you.

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-Fixed small issue with calculating transaction size that made transactions appear bigger than they were from the clients perspective

So your untested fix in version 1.03 caused a huge problem for exchanges. Exchanges even had to stop withdrawal/deposits due to it. And you're just going to call it a "small issue"? If it's such a small issue, why are you in such a hurry to release a fix so soon. Are you sure you tested this release enough?


Honestly this guy has a bigger ego than his skills are worth. He basically downplays his incompetence and points out bitcoins "flaws" that really aren't flaws and he mislabels people as "hackers".

Even though I was impressed initially with solidcoin the mere fact that its founder is a douche and shows he has many bias comments and names and misconceptions I'm not one who wants to be a part of such a project. It is almost like he is positioning himself to have the most enemies in the community where he could benefit from the most by befriending those he "opposes".

Simply Put: This path he is on is one of destruction.


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Don't forget the new license text:

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Uh, the vulnerability is due to your fixed transaction cost that you changed in your fork of Bitcoin. It's not in the original Bitcoin code. The original Bitcoin code had variable transaction fees which would cause a similar attack on Bitcoin to cost about 80 BTC in fees.

No that was fixed in 1.03 so you're referring to something different I've fixed here in 1.04. I won't mention it publicly because it may open an attack on Bitcoin.

And nice to label ArtForz a hacker. What exactly did he hack? He just showed you a vulnerability in SolidCoin that you introduced and refused to acknowledge until he proved it to you.

Yes he is a blackhat hacker who disrupted the computers, networks and investments of thousand of people around the world. He is also lying about communications he has had with me. But you wouldn't expect much else from a hacker.


Thousands of people huh? Of which like 10 people have 90% of all the coins?

Your comments are only made to maximize your position by making it seem that others are conspiring against you.


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Don't forget the new license text:

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in other projects, including original the Bitcoin project.

Wow! So much for open-source huh? LOL...

May want to add Thomas Nasakioto to that list too.

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Don't forget the new license text:

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Nice, real nice. Way to fork an open-source project and turn it to something that's no longer open source. Is that even allowed?

I have to agree with smoothie, this guy is a douche.

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Reading is overrated, source is provided in first post. Have a look guys. Smiley

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+1

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The license has been changed for a few reasons, so we can be updated in advance of the source being used in other projects and to advise others on precautions they need to take. SolidCoin has now fixed multiple vulnerabilities in the Bitcoin client and they need important consideration before being added to other chains. Furthermore to the bitcoin developers which suggest SolidCoin has done nothing it will require them to have a turn around in their public statements to date.

We are not necessarily going to restrict who can use the source code, however this change is mostly brought on by the developers and trolls of Bitcoin. If you don't like it, don't use the source code, simple really.


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The license has been changed for a few reasons, so we can be updated in advance of the source being used in other projects and to advise others on precautions they need to take. SolidCoin has now fixed multiple vulnerabilities in the Bitcoin client and they need important consideration before being added to other chains. Furthermore to the bitcoin developers which suggest SolidCoin has done nothing it will require them to have a turn around in their public statements to date.

We are not necessarily going to restrict who can use the source code, however this change is mostly brought on by the developers and trolls of Bitcoin. If you don't like it, don't use the source code, simple really.

You are so full of yourself. Let me get this straight. Your changes to the Bitcoin code is so advanced, that unless the Bitcoin developers talk to you first, they may not understand the full implications of the change and may hurt themselves. Did I get it right? Is that really what you are implying?

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The license has been changed for a few reasons, so we can be updated in advance of the source being used in other projects and to advise others on precautions they need to take. SolidCoin has now fixed multiple vulnerabilities in the Bitcoin client and they need important consideration before being added to other chains. Furthermore to the bitcoin developers which suggest SolidCoin has done nothing it will require them to have a turn around in their public statements to date.

We are not necessarily going to restrict who can use the source code, however this change is mostly brought on by the developers and trolls of Bitcoin. If you don't like it, don't use the source code, simple really.



lol WOW

EDIT: This is coming from the guy who did not realize the implications of having a fixed transaction fee and having ArtForz exploit it to show you what a dumbfuck you really are. Then you go and release a "immediate" version capping transaction sizes to 4KB thus shutting down the exchanges. LOL

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Don't forget the new license text:

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+1


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// Copyright (c) 2011 The SolidCoin developers
// Distributed under the MIT/X11 software license, see the accompanying
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I think this doc/readme.txt is meaningless bull shit because the code is still under the MIT/X11 software license and this stupid joke is not relicensing it.

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September 04, 2011, 11:19:13 AM
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Nail in the coffin for solidcoin?

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September 04, 2011, 11:21:09 AM
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Nail in the coffin for solidcoin?

Sure looks like it.

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September 04, 2011, 11:22:27 AM
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SC is pretty much dead. The bitparking exchange and pool just shut down with this message:

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The latest release of SolidCoin, v1.04, has a licence change that requires permission from the SolidCoin developers to use any changes they've made. The text can be seen in my analysis of the changes on github. The SolidCoin developers response to queries about this is "If you don't like it, don't use the source code, simple really".

For my projects I'm often custom building variants of SolidCoin and Bitcoin. I don't want to have to ask permission to use code and prefer to use open source licensed projects. For that reason I've decided to close this SolidCoin Exchange. Withdrawals will be enabled for a period of time to enable you to get your funds of the site.

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