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March 15, 2015, 10:01:28 AM
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More than likely you've heard about the emergence of a new digital threat. It's called Heartbleed, and is about a vulnerability in OpenSSL, which is the encryption system using websites like Yahoo to prevent others from seeing your passwords. How it works.

What is and what is Heartbleed OpenSSL?

OpenSSL is the open source version of SSL, a software library used to encrypt communications between your browser and the server where the service you're using is housed. It is, in short, one of the many systems that companies use to hide our eyes from foreign data.

Heartbleed is the nickname of a vulnerability known as CVE-2014-0160 that affects versions 10.1 and 10.1f of OpenSSL. As many have noted security specialists, a hacker can develop an exploit code that crack, and steal user information.

Experts do not agree on what exact data is in danger, but it seems that include e-mail addresses, passwords and even bank account numbers. OpenSSL makers have already released a patch that fixes the vulnerability, but there are still services that have failed to implement it.

My computer no infested ok.
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March 15, 2015, 10:17:28 AM
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Also can you confirm a few details? I can't seem to find any info on the site regarding fees, like maintenance and power. Are those automatically deducted from the rewards that you receive every 10 minutes?  Secondly, will the hashes I purchase expire or are they 'lifetime' contracts? Thanks for your help.

All the maintenance fees are deducted before your rewards every 10 minutes.
As redomanit said, there is also withdrawl fees : 0.001 BTC.

For information, since I've signed up, the remuneration is about 18-18.5 satoshis/KHS/day. Which means actually (KHS market ~ 1200 sat/KHS) a BEI around 66 days. (Be aware this can change!)
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March 15, 2015, 10:29:29 AM
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More than likely you've heard about the emergence of a new digital threat. It's called Heartbleed, and is about a vulnerability in OpenSSL, which is the encryption system using websites like Yahoo to prevent others from seeing your passwords. How it works.

What is and what is Heartbleed OpenSSL?

OpenSSL is the open source version of SSL, a software library used to encrypt communications between your browser and the server where the service you're using is housed. It is, in short, one of the many systems that companies use to hide our eyes from foreign data.

Heartbleed is the nickname of a vulnerability known as CVE-2014-0160 that affects versions 10.1 and 10.1f of OpenSSL. As many have noted security specialists, a hacker can develop an exploit code that crack, and steal user information.

Experts do not agree on what exact data is in danger, but it seems that include e-mail addresses, passwords and even bank account numbers. OpenSSL makers have already released a patch that fixes the vulnerability, but there are still services that have failed to implement it.

My computer no infested ok.

How do you know which version of SSL is used by Scrypt.cc?
HeartBleed was discovered a year ago. I think GlobalSign upgraded their certificates a long time ago...
I'm not saying there is a strong security in scrypt.cc but I don't think your pwd was stolen with HeartBleed...
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March 15, 2015, 01:06:59 PM
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I withdrew BTC from this site about 2.5 hours ago, still nothing showing yet in my wallet, is this normal?
When I did the action it said I was in a queue for 20min now it shows up in red that the BTC has sent (no TXID) have I been scammed?  Huh
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March 15, 2015, 01:31:47 PM
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I withdrew BTC from this site about 2.5 hours ago, still nothing showing yet in my wallet, is this normal?
When I did the action it said I was in a queue for 20min now it shows up in red that the BTC has sent (no TXID) have I been scammed?  Huh
Withdraws are currently disabled.
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March 15, 2015, 01:34:39 PM
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I withdrew BTC from this site about 2.5 hours ago, still nothing showing yet in my wallet, is this normal?
When I did the action it said I was in a queue for 20min now it shows up in red that the BTC has sent (no TXID) have I been scammed?  Huh
Withdraws are currently disabled.

Oh right OK, just started trying out Scyrpt.cc this is my first time withdrawing BTC from my account, I guess it is down to bad luck that it is disabled now, is it always like this?
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March 15, 2015, 02:34:37 PM
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I withdrew BTC from this site about 2.5 hours ago, still nothing showing yet in my wallet, is this normal?
When I did the action it said I was in a queue for 20min now it shows up in red that the BTC has sent (no TXID) have I been scammed?  Huh
Withdraws are currently disabled.

All scams terminate with withdrawals disabled without more explanations Smiley
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March 15, 2015, 02:39:45 PM
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I withdrew BTC from this site about 2.5 hours ago, still nothing showing yet in my wallet, is this normal?
When I did the action it said I was in a queue for 20min now it shows up in red that the BTC has sent (no TXID) have I been scammed?  Huh
Withdraws are currently disabled.

All scams terminate with withdrawals disabled without more explanations Smiley
if he would have been a fraud, he would not go into the chat and explained the situation ... think what you write
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I withdrew BTC from this site about 2.5 hours ago, still nothing showing yet in my wallet, is this normal?
When I did the action it said I was in a queue for 20min now it shows up in red that the BTC has sent (no TXID) have I been scammed?  Huh
Withdraws are currently disabled.

All scams terminate with withdrawals disabled without more explanations Smiley
if he would have been a fraud, he would not go into the chat and explained the situation ... think what you write
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SupportPage: Please search our forums, before contacting support. Forums may contain answers to your questions. Click Here ( https://scrypt.cc/forum/index.php ) to access the forums.
... and when I click to access the forums, I am redirected to this page:
https://scrypt.cc/users/index.php
So, "... пpoдyмaй, пpeждe чeм нaпиcaл"
and you or the admin, tell us what was the explanation about withdrawals from scypt.cc given on the forums.
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March 15, 2015, 03:49:30 PM
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I withdrew BTC from this site about 2.5 hours ago, still nothing showing yet in my wallet, is this normal?
When I did the action it said I was in a queue for 20min now it shows up in red that the BTC has sent (no TXID) have I been scammed?  Huh
Withdraws are currently disabled.

Can anyone confirm withdrawals are down and this is the end?

For security, your account has been locked. Email acctcomp15@theymos.e4ward.com
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March 15, 2015, 04:56:14 PM
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Hello Guys, The wallet synching is taking longer then expected, should have been done by now.
But it will take a little longer untill withdraws are normalized.
2FA will be implemented this week.
I won't be here tomorrow and tuesday due to a business trip trying to close a contract deal for DC1 and DC2.
But the other developers should be done by wedsnesday and I'll put it live.
If all goes well, of course.

This is what Admin said on the chat.
Seems issues won't disapear right now...
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March 15, 2015, 05:33:41 PM
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Waiting more than 5 hours for my withdrawal Shocked

Withdrawal can proccess 12 hours - 24 hours..

and forum at website is gone.

How much you will withdrawal? 0.5 BTC? 1BTC? or 5BTC?

you can waiting your withdrawal boys...
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March 15, 2015, 06:17:40 PM
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can someone link to this chat
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March 15, 2015, 06:26:16 PM
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Same here, did a 0.16 btc withdrawal today,however not received (5 hours ago).

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March 15, 2015, 07:45:00 PM
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Same here, did a 0.16 btc withdrawal today,however not received (5 hours ago).

Withdrawal can proccess 12 hours - 24 hours..

How much you will withdrawal? 0.5 BTC? 1BTC? or 5BTC?

you can waiting your withdrawal boys...
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March 16, 2015, 01:09:11 AM
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Withdrawal missing in action of 0.81 BTC for 20 hours and no response from admin, chat box also gone from site, I think we all know where this is heading
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March 16, 2015, 01:31:19 AM
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The chat box is still there

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March 16, 2015, 04:42:17 AM
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The chat box is still there
where? how do u get to it?
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March 16, 2015, 05:53:39 AM
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Withdrawal can proccess 12 hours - 24 hours..

Withdrawals have always worked instant. Which until now always there in less than 1 second.
(If you confirmed the account verification mail. And the withdrawal confirmation mail following each request)
Admin stated this also himself.

But yes, the withdrawals are currently paused. Apparently due to synchronization problems with the block chain.

But I'm pretty sure it is not a scam. Just a little more patience.

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March 16, 2015, 06:29:03 AM
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Well I call SCAM and will be the first to do so, just another scam this is getting beyond the joke.
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