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January 26, 2014, 12:38:21 PM
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hmmmm...is the kncminers.com site above a ripoff of kncminer or just another reg domain by the legit kncminer

(clueless on all this spy vs spy whois stuff)

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January 26, 2014, 12:43:28 PM
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hmmmm...is the kncminers.com site above a ripoff of kncminer or just another reg domain by the legit kncminer

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The registrant is hidden, it goes to a different IP address, and it doesn't have the "Kennemar & Cole AB" HTTPS verification, so my guess is it's fake clone site.

This is probably why KnC won't let anyone change their order address because there is a chance people logged into the fake site and gave them their username and password!

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January 26, 2014, 01:00:45 PM
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hmmmm...is the kncminers.com site above a ripoff of kncminer or just another reg domain by the legit kncminer

(clueless on all this spy vs spy whois stuff)

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The registrant is hidden, it goes to a different IP address, and it doesn't have the "Kennemar & Cole AB" HTTPS verification, so my guess is it's fake clone site.

This is probably why KnC won't let anyone change their order address because there is a chance people logged into the fake site and gave them their username and password!

did not dig that far into it...i know zip about this kinda stuff....would suck to mis-type and hit that site instead...crap now i should go on to the real knc site and change my password....i'm just clueless enough in hte past to look at something like this and add an (s).....sheesh

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January 26, 2014, 01:47:58 PM
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site has been taken down.

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January 26, 2014, 01:54:01 PM
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Hm, I have no idea why but http://www.kncminers.com/ shows me logged in with all my personal details, order history + items that I left in the basket on the original site.
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January 26, 2014, 02:02:04 PM
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Hm, I have no idea why but http://www.kncminers.com/ shows me logged in with all my personal details, order history + items that I left in the basket on the original site.

Always look for the HTTPS verification from a trusted third party when making an online order.
There should be a HTTPS padlock that says..
"Website: www.kncminer.com"
"Owner: Kennemar & Cole AB"
"Verified by: Thawte, Inc."


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January 26, 2014, 02:03:58 PM
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Hm, I have no idea why but http://www.kncminers.com/ shows me logged in with all my personal details, order history + items that I left in the basket on the original site.

Always look for the HTTPS verification from a trusted third party.
There should be a HTTPS padlock that says..
"Website: www.kncminer.com"
"Owner: Kennemar & Cole AB"
"Verified by: Thawte, Inc."



I know what to look for, but how does it show all of my personal info if I have never logged in?
I believe it's because of cookies, which came from the original site, but somehow apply to this one too.
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January 26, 2014, 02:06:57 PM
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Hm, I have no idea why but http://www.kncminers.com/ shows me logged in with all my personal details, order history + items that I left in the basket on the original site.

Always look for the HTTPS verification from a trusted third party.
There should be a HTTPS padlock that says..
"Website: www.kncminer.com"
"Owner: Kennemar & Cole AB"
"Verified by: Thawte, Inc."



I know what to look for, but how does it show all of my personal info if I have never logged in?
I believe it's because of cookies, which came from the original site, but somehow apply to this one too.

Anyone who logs in on a fake site gives the bogus site their username and password which they can use to retrieve your details I guess.

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January 26, 2014, 02:09:53 PM
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Hm, I have no idea why but http://www.kncminers.com/ shows me logged in with all my personal details, order history + items that I left in the basket on the original site.

Always look for the HTTPS verification from a trusted third party.
There should be a HTTPS padlock that says..
"Website: www.kncminer.com"
"Owner: Kennemar & Cole AB"
"Verified by: Thawte, Inc."



I know what to look for, but how does it show all of my personal info if I have never logged in?
I believe it's because of cookies, which came from the original site, but somehow apply to this one too.

Anyone who logs in on a fake site gives the bogus site their username and password which they can use to retrieve your details I guess.

Let me repeat myself: I have never logged in on that website, yet I am logged in.
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January 26, 2014, 02:10:21 PM
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site has been taken down.


sh*t...was hoping by some miracle it was not a scam site....hopefully they can track down the clowns via their hardware purchases from the www.ctsminer.com site

damn it I really feel sorry for you guys who paid......(been there 8K of monarch bricks will arrive likely in march/april same i'm in the same boat but with new BFL bookends)

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January 26, 2014, 02:11:33 PM
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Hm, I have no idea why but http://www.kncminers.com/ shows me logged in with all my personal details, order history + items that I left in the basket on the original site.

Always look for the HTTPS verification from a trusted third party when making an online order.
The cts website had https by comodo ca ltd

Edit: Actually, is it worth contacting comodo.com to see if they can reveal who paid for the https services on ctsminer.com website?

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January 26, 2014, 02:22:23 PM
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Hm, I have no idea why but http://www.kncminers.com/ shows me logged in with all my personal details, order history + items that I left in the basket on the original site.

Always look for the HTTPS verification from a trusted third party.
There should be a HTTPS padlock that says..
"Website: www.kncminer.com"
"Owner: Kennemar & Cole AB"
"Verified by: Thawte, Inc."



I know what to look for, but how does it show all of my personal info if I have never logged in?
I believe it's because of cookies, which came from the original site, but somehow apply to this one too.

Anyone who logs in on a fake site gives the bogus site their username and password which they can use to retrieve your details I guess.

Let me repeat myself: I have never logged in on that website, yet I am logged in.

I cannot even open the shopping basket my browser tells me it's not secure.

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January 26, 2014, 02:24:43 PM
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The cts website had https by comodo ca ltd

Edit: Actually, is it worth contacting comodo.com to see if they can reveal who paid for the https services on ctsminer.com website?

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I'm sure that would help with police investigations, please post the response here. (thread being monitored)

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January 26, 2014, 02:28:36 PM
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The cts website had https by comodo ca ltd

Edit: Actually, is it worth contacting comodo.com to see if they can reveal who paid for the https services on ctsminer.com website?

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I'm sure that would help with police investigations, please post the response here. (thread being monitored)
Phoenix or someone who has been burned needs to contact comodo and let them know they need the info for police. Comodo must surely have a fraud department?

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January 26, 2014, 02:29:47 PM
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The cts website had https by comodo ca ltd

Edit: Actually, is it worth contacting comodo.com to see if they can reveal who paid for the https services on ctsminer.com website?

+1
I'm sure that would help with police investigations, please post the response here. (thread being monitored)
Phoenix or someone who has been burned needs to contact comodo and let them know they need the info for police. Comodo must surely have a fraud department?

the more info we can dig up and post on here the better IMHO

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January 26, 2014, 02:33:11 PM
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The cts website had https by comodo ca ltd

Edit: Actually, is it worth contacting comodo.com to see if they can reveal who paid for the https services on ctsminer.com website?

+1
I'm sure that would help with police investigations, please post the response here. (thread being monitored)
Phoenix or someone who has been burned needs to contact comodo and let them know they need the info for police. Comodo must surely have a fraud department?

the more info we can dig up and post on here the better IMHO

Sadly they seem to do something really dumb for a verification certificate company.
90 days free no documents SSL! So I doubt they can help track them down.

http://ssl.comodo.com/free-ssl-certificate.php?key5sk1=99f7df534d1ad0d1cbe906bfb690599adc5aa290&key5sk2=1907&key5sk3=1390745603000&key5sk4=1907&key5sk5=1390745651000&key6sk1=&key6sk2=FF260&key6sk3=6&key6sk4=en-us&key6sk5=&key6sk6=0&key6sk7=Google&key6sk8=119900&key6sk9=1366768&key6sk10=false&key6sk11=4abbbda1e6da568df4c6f9c64ea8961138c67831&key6sk12=53.5&key6sk13=-2.217&key7sk1=196106&key1sk1=ors&key1sk2=Google

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January 26, 2014, 02:35:04 PM
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Hm, I have no idea why but http://www.kncminers.com/ shows me logged in with all my personal details, order history + items that I left in the basket on the original site.

Always look for the HTTPS verification from a trusted third party.
There should be a HTTPS padlock that says..
"Website: www.kncminer.com"
"Owner: Kennemar & Cole AB"
"Verified by: Thawte, Inc."



I know what to look for, but how does it show all of my personal info if I have never logged in?
I believe it's because of cookies, which came from the original site, but somehow apply to this one too.

Anyone who logs in on a fake site gives the bogus site their username and password which they can use to retrieve your details I guess.

Let me repeat myself: I have never logged in on that website, yet I am logged in.

I cannot even open the shopping basket my browser tells me it's not secure.

I just logged out on http://www.kncminers.com/ and I was logged out on http://www.kncminer.com/
Then I logged back in on http://www.kncminer.com/ and I was logged in on http://www.kncminer.com/ too.

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January 26, 2014, 02:36:12 PM
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all of a sudden i'm becoming a big fan of someone introducing a proper regulation.

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January 26, 2014, 02:42:51 PM
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But these crooks have probably been running scams for a long time, so actually a chance they are past free intro period. Or at least, they might have provided credit card details when they signed up, even if they didn't pay at the time.

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January 26, 2014, 02:45:38 PM
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But these crooks have probably been running scams for a long time, so actually a chance they are past free intro period. Or at least, they might have provided credit card details when they signed up, even if they didn't pay at the time.

true, i'm sure there would have been some kind of payment assurance provided at the first instance.

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