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Author Topic: [ANN] Crypto Rush - Crypto to Crypto exchange  (Read 105031 times)
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March 26, 2014, 06:55:16 AM
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i have still been able to withdraw alt coins, when you can actually get onto a live version of the site that is . btc wont withdraw tho
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March 26, 2014, 07:04:58 AM
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Devianttwo told Link to come clean multiple times regarding the lies.

They are true. Open your eyes and get out while you still can.

Convert your btc to any coin you can and get out now.

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March 26, 2014, 07:05:31 AM
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I have been doing this all day. i waste time and money of this shit withdrawal fail!!!
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March 26, 2014, 08:36:26 AM
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dear cryptorush "devs". you copied your website from my openex beta source code. you should take the website down immediately.

at the very least, you need to do the following:

find on login php where the $loggedInUser Object is created for the loggedinuser class. prior to setting the session add this line.

Code:
session_regenerate_id(true);

as a quick fix you can cut/paste this into config.php of the models directory, however for performance and the sake of doing it the "right way", these values should be set in php.ini

the real way to prevent session fixation and hijacking in php
Code:
ini_set('session.cookie_httponly', 1);//prevent hijacking
ini_set('session.entropy_file', '/dev/urandom');//choose a source to pull entropy from
ini_set('session.entropy_length', 16);//integer amount in bytes to read from dev/random
ini_set('session.hash_function', 'sha256');//prevents fixation as bruteforcing is pointless at this point.

for your sake, i hope you switched to bcrypt or mcrypt for password hashing as well.

I'm not trying to be rude, but the code is full of race conditions and lacks any protection against sql injection. it also doesn't use transactions. you will have a constant nightmare as long as you use that source code. for the sake of your users, take the site down, pay someone to fix it or wait until i've finished with the new openex source code before someone loses big money and sues your ass.

also, your source code is likely vulnerable to malleated transactions unless you added a secondary table to check against changes in tx hash for the same amount/account timestamp. this is an issue that was brought to my attention earlier today. there is much more. if you would like to talk you know where to find me.

Grin Grin Grin
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March 26, 2014, 08:54:35 AM
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i managed to withdrawal all my alt coins but it took me the whole day to catch "live" pages again and again
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March 26, 2014, 09:00:50 AM
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It sucks they dont allow me to withdrew morethan 0.00100000!!! you can only withdrew the minimum -0.00060000 fee. WTF!!!
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March 26, 2014, 09:12:32 AM
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Cash out your BTC with ECC, then do whatever you want after that just so you can get your Money Out !

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March 26, 2014, 09:29:58 AM
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I managed to exchange for GPU coin and then withdraw, use the side bar 'Markets' to go to the coin then exchange BTC for another alt with a lot of sell orders - they should have enough coin for you to then withdraw.

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Hello, my name is DogeyMcDoge, I worked support for Cryptorush.in.
 
Have you ever heard of the trolly/train dilemma?
 
The general form of the problem is this: There is a runaway trolley barreling down the railway tracks. Ahead, on the tracks, there are five people tied up and unable to move. The trolley is headed straight for them. You are standing some distance off in the train yard, next to a lever. If you pull this lever, the trolley will switch to a different set of tracks. Unfortunately, you notice that there is one person on the side track. You do not have the ability to operate the lever in a way that would cause the trolley to derail without loss of life (for example, holding the lever in an intermediate position so that the trolley goes between the two sets of tracks, or pulling the lever after the front wheels pass the switch, but before the rear wheels do). You have two options: (1) Do nothing, and the trolley kills the five people on the main track. (2) Pull the lever, diverting the trolley onto the side track where it will kill one person. Which is the correct choice?
 
I write this today because I am pulling the second lever. I am relaeasing info regarding CryptoRush's Insolvency.
 
My hands shake as I write this. These past two weeks have been hell for me. I have not been sleeping well. I get gut wrenching pains anytime I think about this. It's time to put it to rest.
 
I started working for CryptoRush in late Febraury. I was excited and intrigued by crypto, and upon finding this new exchange I joined their channel. LinkandZelda was looking for a support. I volunteered, and offered help to the users in the channel for a few days without even having access to the tools to the admin site. I was hired a few days later, and was put to work. I was to be paid a flat amount of BTC weekly, and upon getting past the learning curve of CryptoRush's backend, I was well along answering tickets. The owners became like friends to me. As the workload got harder as time went on, we began getting too many tickets for me to handle alone. We hired another support. Around the 11th of March, I received a message from Devianttwo: "had something bad happen. all I'm saying." I was brought into a Skype call and told that we had been hacked. I was shocked. They told me the amount, and I did not sleep well that night.
 
For some reason my brain stuck 30 BTC lost in my head. Upon consulting LinkandZelda I was informed of the losses again. ~950 BTC and ~2500 LTC. Gone. Someone with an IP from Ukraine. They were looking into it, thought they found the guy. Thought they could get the BTC back. Maybe it was shock. Maybe it was just me being naive. But I believed them.
 
I was informed of the plan to announce CryptoRushShares, a currency that would pay % fees to holders. And the kicker? Fyrstikken would announce 60% ownership of them. But in the back room?
 
[3/14/2014 10:48:15 PM]
":basically
 : he's helping me gain capital back from share buyers
 : he started by announcing 60% shareholding
 : but he actually owns only 10%"
 
I never got a clear answer as to whether we received any money from him, or were just using his internet "fame" for advertising. I put it out of my mind, this could help save us right?
 
The next couple weeks seemed to fly by.
 
And so time goes on, and things look OK at first. But then the BTC wallet runs out. Alex123 and fraggyb did not know of our insolvency. Daemon problems we were told was the answer.
 
The guilt was starting to build up inside of me. I answered very few tickets the week of the 16th. I was conflicted, but I worked at my full time job >40 hours that week, so it kept my mind off of things a little. The issues continued. I kept suggesting ways we could maybe get some BTC back, arbitrage, etc. We didn't even have enough funds for that. I wanted so bad for the exchange to stay afloat, thinking "Maybe tomorrow will bring us back our volume!" But alas, the problems with Zeit, and BTC withdrawals killed our volume. There was no coming back.
 
We saw some volume on Blackcoin, until the blockchain freeze. I stayed up as late as I could, but saw no update. I woke up the next morning, to panic. People were placing ridiculous buy orders in the market. I had just the night before been given permissions to access functions such as enabling/disabling markets, or putting a coin in maintenance mode. I quickly assessed what I could, and closed the markets, canceled the orders, and put the wallet in maintenance mode. I called Devianttwo on the phone # I was give for emergencies only, and he told me he was not going to be able to fix it at the moment. This was at 10:30AM EST on the 24th. I went to work, already late from the mess I had to help resolve.
 
Upon returning home I learned that my worst fears were true. Blackcoin Daemon was empty besides ~53 coins. The same bug that affected Zeitcoin I assume.
 
I was broken. Everything was falling apart. I tried to talk to Link into closing the site, but he keeps resisting it. It was futile.
 
Then Fyrstikken exploded on rat4. Chat logs were flying. I tried to contain the FUD but it was useless. Fyrstikken had done his damage. Devianttwo couldn't keep a good PR face on for more than 3 minutes.
 
I confided in my best friend and roommate all that I knew, and he said that I knew what I had to do. And I did know. And so here it is. I feel so bad writing this, Link has become a friend to me. But I cannot let the community suffer anymore with this exchange.
 
So to everyone at CryptoRush  I am sorry. To all the users who have, or will lose funds here, I am sorry. I don't think you can understand how heavy this whole situation weighs on my heart.
 
There is a lot of money in crypto, and Fyrstikken is an angry guy. I don't know if I should fear for my safety or not.
 
But what Snowden did was right, and what I am doing is right.
 
My sincerest regrets,
 
DogeyMcDoge.
 
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March 26, 2014, 09:33:25 AM
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I noticed something was up with this exchange because the prices for all the coins were inflated.

Then after some reading I realised people are selling all their BTC into whatever they can get so they can withdraw those coins since BTC withdraws are halted.

I bought some DOGE at 15% higher than market prices and got the hell out.

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March 26, 2014, 09:35:08 AM
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I noticed something was up with this exchange because the prices for all the coins were inflated.

Then after some reading I realised people are selling all their BTC into whatever they can get so they can withdraw those coins since BTC withdraws are halted.

I bought some DOGE at 15% higher than market prices and got the hell out.

That's what I did too... Better than losing everything
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March 26, 2014, 09:35:20 AM
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Edit: nvm, just posted above me.

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March 26, 2014, 09:37:43 AM
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Failed to send withdrawal to specified account. Please try again later. ? ?

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March 26, 2014, 09:49:11 AM
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same error, looks like nobody is allowed to withdraw bitcoin
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March 26, 2014, 10:11:16 AM
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Oh, for the love of god, check what's happening, I'm sure at least half of you are smart enough to figure some stuff out... as soon as you send some coins to cryptorush they are re-sent and split into 2 ...about 16% go to the hot wallet and the rest go into the cold wallet...
Since cryptorush has been having connectivity issues lately a lot of people panicked and withdrew their funds from the exchange.... that emptied the hot wallet which is why you can't withdraw your coins until the exchange sends some of the money from the cold wallet back into the hot one or someone else deposits...
If you make more people panic the only thing you're going to achieve is having those also try to withdraw their funds and that will lead to a cascading effect... in which the hot wallet will constantly not have sufficient funds and the exchange actually dying because more and more people will lose trust in it and withdraw and there will be noone left to exchange your coins with!
Yes, they're not professional, I totally agree with that:
 - they should be monitoring funds much more closely and sending funds to the hot wallet whenever it is close to becoming empty...
 - they should solve their database issues when sometimes orders get hung with 0.00000000 remaining
 - they should have a team monitoring the servers and being ready to respond in time when something goes wrong
 - the balances should be refreshing automatically not manually
But:
 - they also have a mostly working exchange with many coins that are not in other places
 - they are from time to time sending money back to the hot wallets (although most of the time only after they become empty and somebody complains)
 - they did fix other issues in the past... not very fast but they are improving

In conclusion... it's your choice, but, if you continue to spread panic the exchange will definitely die! If you give them a chance and monitor things and figure out they are actually fixing the issues... you could give them a chance of fixing other stuff as well.


EDIT: I no longer stand by this opinion, after doing a lot of reading I'm starting to doubt what I said here!

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March 26, 2014, 10:12:59 AM
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GET OUT ASAP
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March 26, 2014, 11:02:43 AM
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I was using this exchange often, but always realizing it is risky. The design and trading system was poor (to use polite words). But they had coins not traded on other exchanges and sometimes there was a nice possibility of arbitrage.

Since they had problems with BTC withdrawals I did not go there. I left them some flappycoins, but that is all.

Trading cryptos is like running through minefield and collecting gold there. Scams are everywhere, but still you can earn something. Funny and adventurous game, but just a game. Nobody should risk too much and take it too seriously.
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March 26, 2014, 11:28:52 AM
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Oh, for the love of god, check what's happening, I'm sure at least half of you are smart enough to figure some stuff out... as soon as you send some coins to cryptorush they are re-sent and split into 2 ...about 16% go to the hot wallet and the rest go into the cold wallet...
Since cryptorush has been having connectivity issues lately a lot of people panicked and withdrew their funds from the exchange.... that emptied the hot wallet which is why you can't withdraw your coins until the exchange sends some of the money from the cold wallet back into the hot one or someone else deposits...
If you make more people panic the only thing you're going to achieve is having those also try to withdraw their funds and that will lead to a cascading effect... in which the hot wallet will constantly not have sufficient funds and the exchange actually dying because more and more people will lose trust in it and withdraw and there will be noone left to exchange your coins with!
Yes, they're not professional, I totally agree with that:
 - they should be monitoring funds much more closely and sending funds to the hot wallet whenever it is close to becoming empty...
 - they should solve their database issues when sometimes orders get hung with 0.00000000 remaining
 - they should have a team monitoring the servers and being ready to respond in time when something goes wrong
 - the balances should be refreshing automatically not manually
But:
 - they also have a mostly working exchange with many coins that are not in other places
 - they are from time to time sending money back to the hot wallets (although most of the time only after they become empty and somebody complains)
 - they did fix other issues in the past... not very fast but they are improving

In conclusion... it's your choice, but, if you continue to spread panic the exchange will definitely die! If you give them a chance and monitor things and figure out they are actually fixing the issues... you could give them a chance of fixing other stuff as well.

blablabla !! GET YOUR COINS OUT ASAP!!! DON"T LISTEN TO THIS *****

http://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/2014/03/26/cryptorush-support-worker-leaks-inside-info/
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March 26, 2014, 11:41:10 AM
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I managed to get my fraction of btc out of the exchange buying a little overpriced doge (but that amount came by selling some tips at overinflated price),

now I can tell: go fuck yourself you scambaggers. close that shit down and disappear from the internet.
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March 26, 2014, 12:19:00 PM
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After reading some documents, I'm starting to believe the exchange is truly facing issues, I withdraw what I said in previous post!

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March 26, 2014, 12:49:31 PM
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After reading some documents, I'm starting to believe the exchange is truly facing issues, I withdraw what I said in previous post!

You bet they have serious problems, i wish you good luck with withdrawal, but I am worried you wont see your coins Sad


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