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April 22, 2014, 02:39:12 PM
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You should definitely start changing your passwords though, because the wallet changes were confirmed via email, meaning the person has/had access to your email.  The wallet was not locked.

I read thru the Support link and see how the address lock works but I don't see anything on how the email lock works, i.e., once locked can it be changed and how?

Email locks are generally not removed because generally an account is compromised via a compromised email (as in the case above).  So sending a message from the locked address doesn't prove anything in many cases.  A signed message from the wallet on the account is sometimes able to reverse an email lock, if the wallet used to sign the message has been on the account for a reasonable length of time (multiple payouts already processed to that address).  It's examined on a case by case basis.

Thanks.  I was curious since I would think the need to change an email account due to changing ISPs, service providers, etc, would be more common than the need to change the BTC address so wanted to know before I locked it.

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April 22, 2014, 05:56:20 PM
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My mails locked bu I never locked my address for fear of not bein able to change it if I needed to.

Since it is a case by case basis, could you say what might not allow a lock change to occur even with a signed message which I have nooo idea how to do lol.

Edit: The only thing that is locked is my email.

Edit 2: What about google 2FA, this would solve a lot of things and has been asked about by me and others in the past.

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April 22, 2014, 06:02:20 PM
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correspondence with the "bad guy" Smiley

hello good sir I believe ur got a problem about bitcoin ye? maybe we can help each other reply me

me: you were the one who stole from me?

maybe? I can say this I m not the only one and ur not the only victim but I could help u

me: I’m only interested from where my account info was leaking

ur comp info (and many others) logz provide from an worm (keylogger) who collects and sends data anonymously and I see there lot of info about you

me: what is the name of that computer..?

Computer:   KAST-PC

me: thank you

thats all?Smiley

me: what else ?

maybe u dont want this to happen again or maybe u want to disable the worm from that pc without needed to delete the hard drive

me: so you are suggesting?

as theres many fish in the sea I could disable the worm from my end an delete the ramaining logz of ur pc and the promise like u to dont get this problem ever again what u say?

me: Well from my point of view you already got bitcoins.

oh sry I should had mentioned that the actual guy who was checking the logz and founding you by mistake was an another checker and he took some bitcoins he will most probably wait for more logz to get another chance at you so give me an answer if want my help or be on ur way

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got my kids pc, tomorrow i'll track down that keylogger.. it has turned to be like a fun sport Smiley
my kid needed anyway bigger ssd drive... 60G is not enough nowadays Smiley

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April 22, 2014, 06:03:56 PM
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Edit 2: What about google 2FA, this would solve a lot of things and has been asked about by me and others in the past.

I was thinking about that also.. all critical sites I use have already GA, SMS pin, Android push, or other 2FA

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April 22, 2014, 06:36:08 PM
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You're taking this well, eestimees. it sucks that these creeps did this to you, but the brazenness of their attitude is extra disgusting.

Good luck cleaning it up.
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April 22, 2014, 08:17:32 PM
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got my kids pc, tomorrow i'll track down that keylogger.. it has turned to be like a fun sport Smiley
my kid needed anyway bigger ssd drive... 60G is not enough nowadays Smiley
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April 22, 2014, 08:19:24 PM
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You're taking this well, eestimees. it sucks that these creeps did this to you, but the brazenness of their attitude is extra disgusting.

Good luck cleaning it up.

I've been on IT industry 20y or so, I knew one day something like this would happen.. it's only matter of time...

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April 22, 2014, 09:25:05 PM
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You should definitely start changing your passwords though, because the wallet changes were confirmed via email, meaning the person has/had access to your email.  The wallet was not locked.

I'm interested to know why BTC Guild doesn't have the option for 2-factor authentication, most other pools do (and yes, my wallet is locked!).

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April 22, 2014, 09:51:23 PM
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You should definitely start changing your passwords though, because the wallet changes were confirmed via email, meaning the person has/had access to your email.  The wallet was not locked.

I'm interested to know why BTC Guild doesn't have the option for 2-factor authentication, most other pools do (and yes, my wallet is locked!).




Mostly because 2FA is such a major pain in the ass when it comes to support.  People lose their phones.  A lot.  They also brick them a lot in the Bitcoin community.  BTC Guild *does* have 2FA in the form of email confirmation for account changes if you have an email set.  You can also add 2FA to some email services, adding  yet another layer of security on top of the general confirmation.  It's not as full proof as a OTP style authenticator, but there's also a huge number of sites with 2FA that will actually remove it with enough bitching at support.

BTC Guild offers a much stronger protection:  Wallet locking.  Lock the wallet and your account is secure unless somebody actually obtains your wallet's private keys.  If you lose your wallet's keys, you have bigger problems than losing the ability to use your BTC Guild account.  If you lose your phone, you only lose the current balance in your account due to lack of 2FA (assuming no exceptions are ever made).  If you lose your private keys, you've lost whatever is in your account plus whatever was withdrawn but not spent.

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April 22, 2014, 10:28:59 PM
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Not a big update, but now that the 'Payments' page which showed PPS Earnings History + Withdrawals is simply the 'Withdrawals' page, NMC withdrawals are now shown on the page instead of requiring you to download the CSV export to get that transaction history/TXID list.

This information is only shown if you have NMC display enabled in the Settings page.

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April 22, 2014, 10:36:59 PM
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You're taking this well, eestimees. it sucks that these creeps did this to you, but the brazenness of their attitude is extra disgusting.

Good luck cleaning it up.

I've been on IT industry 20y or so, I knew one day something like this would happen.. it's only matter of time...

If you use windoze I highly recommend using KeyScrambler - same goes to everyone else here - it's free & provides an extra level of security at least.

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April 23, 2014, 12:27:50 PM
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Hello,  

Can anyone describe about Worker Difficulty,
i have 2 rig of 180GHz. as mention in pool worker have 128+ select  128. but my total 180X2 = 360

so which difficulty i select for more profitable.

128
256
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April 23, 2014, 12:42:43 PM
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Hello,  

Can anyone describe about Worker Difficulty,
i have 2 rig of 180GHz. as mention in pool worker have 128+ select  128. but my total 180X2 = 360

so which difficulty i select for more profitable.

128
256
512-


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The minimum difficulty setting has no bearing on your profit.  Only bandwidth.  The higher the difficulty the lower the bandwidth consumption.

BTC Guild will adjust your workers difficulty to where it should be so you could set your minimum difficulty to what BTC Guild adjusts it to.

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April 23, 2014, 01:15:38 PM
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Difficulty is defined per connection.  So if you have 3 machines all using one single instance of cgminer/bfgminer, you should use the total speed for your minimum difficulty selection.  If each one has it's own miner software instance, use the per miner speed for selecting difficulty.

As posted above though, the pool will change your difficulty regardless if it's not set correctly (though the pool will not put it lower than your minimum).  It's mostly needed for specific hardware that has problems with low difficulty mining, or requires specific difficulty settings from the pool.

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April 23, 2014, 01:15:46 PM
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Hello,  

Can anyone describe about Worker Difficulty,
i have 2 rig of 180GHz. as mention in pool worker have 128+ select  128. but my total 180X2 = 360

so which difficulty i select for more profitable.

128
256
512-


Thx

The minimum difficulty setting has no bearing on your profit.  Only bandwidth.  The higher the difficulty the lower the bandwidth consumption.

BTC Guild will adjust your workers difficulty to where it should be so you could set your minimum difficulty to what BTC Guild adjusts it to.

The share difficulty won't affect your "expected" profit, but a lower share difficulty will make your profit less volatile (lower variance).

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April 23, 2014, 02:00:30 PM
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Hello,

Thank You for All of your fast reply



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April 23, 2014, 02:03:44 PM
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Hello,  

Can anyone describe about Worker Difficulty,
i have 2 rig of 180GHz. as mention in pool worker have 128+ select  128. but my total 180X2 = 360

so which difficulty i select for more profitable.

128
256
512-


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The minimum difficulty setting has no bearing on your profit.  Only bandwidth.  The higher the difficulty the lower the bandwidth consumption.

BTC Guild will adjust your workers difficulty to where it should be so you could set your minimum difficulty to what BTC Guild adjusts it to.

The share difficulty won't affect your "expected" profit, but a lower share difficulty will make your profit less volatile (lower variance).
This is most accurate. See here for suggestions and to understand further:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=274023.0

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April 23, 2014, 02:30:42 PM
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Hello,  

Can anyone describe about Worker Difficulty,
i have 2 rig of 180GHz. as mention in pool worker have 128+ select  128. but my total 180X2 = 360

so which difficulty i select for more profitable.

128
256
512-


Thx

The minimum difficulty setting has no bearing on your profit.  Only bandwidth.  The higher the difficulty the lower the bandwidth consumption.

BTC Guild will adjust your workers difficulty to where it should be so you could set your minimum difficulty to what BTC Guild adjusts it to.

The share difficulty won't affect your "expected" profit, but a lower share difficulty will make your profit less volatile (lower variance).
This is most accurate. See here for suggestions and to understand further:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=274023.0


i have 4 Devices Each 180-GHz so my total is 720-GHZ
all my 4 worker in same pool,

but in pool they force me to define Difficulty each worker,
so what u suggest should i select each worker diff : 256
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April 23, 2014, 02:41:24 PM
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128.

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April 24, 2014, 10:27:53 AM
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Hi,
what is the purpose of mining team on BTC guild ? any different between no team with the team ? any one care to explain ? thanks
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