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November 11, 2011, 03:22:17 PM
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Looks like it is back up again.

yes, thanks nefario!!!

It is still down for me.

Maybe try to log out completely and re-enter the password?

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November 11, 2011, 03:24:47 PM
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Looks like it is back up again.

yes, thanks nefario!!!

It is still down for me.

Maybe try to log out completely and re-enter the password?

It won't bring me to the login page. It only asks for a PW without a UN.

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November 11, 2011, 03:30:08 PM
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Looks like it is back up again.

yes, thanks nefario!!!

It is still down for me.

Maybe try to log out completely and re-enter the password?

It won't bring me to the login page. It only asks for a PW without a UN.

UN?

This page: https://glbse.com/client/glbse/index.html always loaded for me, even when glbse was "down" (was just the backend).

What do you mean by "login page"?

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November 11, 2011, 03:59:05 PM
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Looks like it is back up again.

yes, thanks nefario!!!

It is still down for me.

Maybe try to log out completely and re-enter the password?

It won't bring me to the login page. It only asks for a PW without a UN.

UN?

This page: https://glbse.com/client/glbse/index.html always loaded for me, even when glbse was "down" (was just the backend).

What do you mean by "login page"?

UN = username. I get a password page. It accepts my password, then it goes to the account management page, but shows no account. All I can do is register, import, export and clear. Maybe my account was hacked?

[edit] It appears I did not understand the procedure regarding backing up the private key. Ah well, I did not have many bitcoin invested. I still do not understand the procedure for recovery even if I had backed up the private key.

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November 11, 2011, 04:29:52 PM
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Looks like it is back up again.

yes, thanks nefario!!!

It is still down for me.

Maybe try to log out completely and re-enter the password?

It won't bring me to the login page. It only asks for a PW without a UN.

UN?

This page: https://glbse.com/client/glbse/index.html always loaded for me, even when glbse was "down" (was just the backend).

What do you mean by "login page"?

UN = username. I get a password page. It accepts my password, then it goes to the account management page, but shows no account. All I can do is register, import, export and clear. Maybe my account was hacked?

It's unlikely your account got hacked. Afaik the password asked is only used locally to en-/de-crypt local storage of keys.

Did you export the account keys/id/... before using the Export feature?

Maybe you deleted the local storage of your browser somehow which contains the keys and ids for the account (don't know exactly in what way this is done). That would be bad if you didn't export them.


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November 11, 2011, 04:30:59 PM
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It's unlikely your account got hacked. Afaik the password asked is only used locally to en-/de-crypt local storage of keys.

Did you export the account keys/id/... before using the Export feature?

Maybe you deleted the local storage of your browser somehow which contains the keys and ids for the account (don't know exactly in what way this is done). That would be bad if you didn't export them.



Yep, that's what happened.

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November 11, 2011, 04:33:58 PM
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[edit] It appears I did not understand the procedure regarding backing up the private key. Ah well, I did not have many bitcoin invested. I still do not understand the procedure for recovery even if I had backed up the private key.

You need not only the private key, but also the public key (can probably be derived from the private one) and the account id.

If you had these, you could make a new account and paste the keys and id into the form and you'd have access.

In my mind, all this should be explained somewhere, preferrably right on the respective pages. I remember how confused I was when I first started using this. I wasn't even aware the keys were stored in browser somehow and I didn't use the export feature until much later. I stored the private key, though. But that is not enough, you also need the account id.

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November 11, 2011, 04:37:12 PM
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And here I thought I only needed the username and secure password.

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November 11, 2011, 04:38:13 PM
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And here I thought I only needed the username and secure password.

Exactly. Very confusing. Although once I understood how the system worked, I started to like it.

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November 11, 2011, 04:39:42 PM
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And here I thought I only needed the username and secure password.

Exactly. Very confusing. Although once I understood how the system worked, I started to like it.

You will be among the very few that will understand it or like it.

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November 11, 2011, 06:21:14 PM
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And here I thought I only needed the username and secure password.

Exactly. Very confusing. Although once I understood how the system worked, I started to like it.

You will be among the very few that will understand it or like it.

I understand and actually love the system and don't think it should change.  If the GLBSE ever grows into something big, there will be brokers.. those broker websites can be all nice and fluffy with a friendly UI, but for the backend / raw glbse client / api, security should be top priority at the expense of convenience.  That being said, aside from the security, the UI does need some major functionality changes.

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November 11, 2011, 06:24:52 PM
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And here I thought I only needed the username and secure password.

Exactly. Very confusing. Although once I understood how the system worked, I started to like it.

You will be among the very few that will understand it or like it.

I love it.  Besides, if someone wanted, they could make a front end site that stores people's accouts for them.  I wouldn't sacrifice my privacy or security to use it, but I could see where others might.

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November 11, 2011, 06:26:01 PM
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And here I thought I only needed the username and secure password.

Exactly. Very confusing. Although once I understood how the system worked, I started to like it.

You will be among the very few that will understand it or like it.

I understand and actually love the system and don't think it should change.  If the GLBSE ever grows into something big, there will be brokers.. those broker websites can be all nice and fluffy with a friendly UI, but for the backend / raw glbse client / api, security should be top priority at the expense of convenience.  That being said, aside from the security, the UI does need some major functionality changes.


Bitcoin transfers without resorting to the command line client would be nice.

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November 11, 2011, 06:31:49 PM
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When Nefario gets settled, perhaps he can help me recover the lost account.

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November 11, 2011, 06:41:28 PM
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Now only if charts.glbse.com would stop saying out of coins.  Tongue

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November 11, 2011, 09:04:03 PM
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charts down for everyone else too?

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November 11, 2011, 09:05:45 PM
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Now only if charts.glbse.com would stop saying out of coins.  Tongue

It'd probably help to send some coins to the displayed donation address.

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November 11, 2011, 09:08:14 PM
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Now only if charts.glbse.com would stop saying out of coins.  Tongue

It'd probably help to send some coins to the displayed donation address.

Just to be clear as far as I know, the "out of coins" message is their version of a 500 html error

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November 11, 2011, 09:09:53 PM
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Now only if charts.glbse.com would stop saying out of coins.  Tongue

It'd probably help to send some coins to the displayed donation address.

Ha!  Ok I sent them a coin because I have used the crap out of that, hopefully coin karma makes the http 500 go away.

Tongue

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November 11, 2011, 09:22:11 PM
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Now only if charts.glbse.com would stop saying out of coins.  Tongue

It'd probably help to send some coins to the displayed donation address.

Ha!  Ok I sent them a coin because I have used the crap out of that, hopefully coin karma makes the http 500 go away.

Tongue

Am I missing something? Where do you see a 500? The page is completely static, doesn't look like it loads anything via ajax, does it?

Maybe I'm naive, but I seriously assumed this was a way to collect donations.

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