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July 14, 2015, 03:52:12 PM
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And you will see that mmpool.org is working, somewhat.
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July 14, 2015, 04:01:10 PM
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And you will see that mmpool.org is working, somewhat.

It would be nice to hit 2 really fast blocks today.  We could use a break.

At the moment I am pointing about 70th at it and the entire pool is at 143th

143th is decent hash power for us.


At anyone reading Please  consider tossing a bit of hashpower here.

Send a pm to mmpool he can give a mining address to you.


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July 14, 2015, 04:04:59 PM
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I haven't really mined much lately- too hot- but this still pisses me off.

mmpool, you should post the loser's BTC and email address.  No reason to protect his privacy.  It might help someone figure out who the guy is, you never know.

There's no point in anyone paying the guy- even on the offchance that he did leave the pool alone after that (which seems like a really long shot- what would he gain by stopping his DDOS?) if there's a weakness then someone else will find it, or the same guy will make another alias and repeat.  

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July 14, 2015, 04:19:35 PM
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I haven't really mined much lately- too hot- but this still pisses me off.

mmpool, you should post the loser's BTC and email address.  No reason to protect his privacy.  It might help someone figure out who the guy is, you never know.

There's no point in anyone paying the guy- even on the offchance that he did leave the pool alone after that (which seems like a really long shot- what would he gain by stopping his DDOS?) if there's a weakness then someone else will find it, or the same guy will make another alias and repeat.  

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yeah truly discouraging  this is a small pool we  made 12 blocks all of 2015!

   12 blocks = 300 coins   over 6.5 months

 the owner of the pool is not making out like a bandit.  since he paid us  272.57 in btc  so far this year

 which means in 2015  he is 27 btc up

 not counting any :
1)power costs
2)equipment costs
3)website costs
4)time spent
5)misc costs

So At best he may have cleared 2 coins a month this year. this is 0.0667 btc a day profit


Not to mention that he did have the hot streak in may which is the only reason he may have a little profit this year.

to understand this better f2pool makes more then 20  btc  profit  a day  or about 300x this pool.

 so he asks for 1 btc from a pool owner that may be earning 0.0667 btc a day



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July 14, 2015, 04:23:57 PM
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@mmpool, feel free to contact me in order to block this d.dos. im not asking for anything, just to give you solution in term of analyzing the attack and offer you for free a security solution.

@weattack : only 1 bitcoin for one of the most evolved pool ? you insult mmpool. thus you shall not show up public like that. it doesn't help you.

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July 14, 2015, 04:33:41 PM
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I haven't really mined much lately- too hot- but this still pisses me off.

mmpool, you should post the loser's BTC and email address.  No reason to protect his privacy.  It might help someone figure out who the guy is, you never know.

There's no point in anyone paying the guy- even on the offchance that he did leave the pool alone after that (which seems like a really long shot- what would he gain by stopping his DDOS?) if there's a weakness then someone else will find it, or the same guy will make another alias and repeat.  

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yeah truly discouraging  this is a small pool we  made 12 blocks all of 2015!

   12 blocks = 300 coins   over 6.5 months

 the owner of the pool is not making out like a bandit.  since he paid us  272.57 in btc  so far this year

 which means in 2015  he is 27 btc up

 not counting any :
1)power costs
2)equipment costs
3)website costs
4)time spent
5)misc costs

So At best he may have cleared 2 coins a month this year. this is 0.0667 btc a day profit


Not to mention that he did have the hot streak in may which is the only reason he may have a little profit this year.

to understand this better f2pool makes more then 20  btc  profit  a day  or about 300x this pool.

 so he asks for 1 btc from a pool owner that may be earning 0.0667 btc a day

f2pool is immune to this kind of attack isnt it?

presumably no merged coins there..?

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July 14, 2015, 04:36:27 PM
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I haven't really mined much lately- too hot- but this still pisses me off.

mmpool, you should post the loser's BTC and email address.  No reason to protect his privacy.  It might help someone figure out who the guy is, you never know.

There's no point in anyone paying the guy- even on the offchance that he did leave the pool alone after that (which seems like a really long shot- what would he gain by stopping his DDOS?) if there's a weakness then someone else will find it, or the same guy will make another alias and repeat.  

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The BTC Wallet is to a new address, no traceable.

The email we used is admin1@mmpool.org - Since BTC Talk doe snot require email verification.

Also, we can bypass any firewall like CloudFlare and other "Anti-DDoS" software online because we can get the main server IP.

And unless your host is willing to spend thousands upon thousands for Brocade Layer 7 prevention, it will not help!
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July 14, 2015, 04:37:18 PM
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I haven't really mined much lately- too hot- but this still pisses me off.

mmpool, you should post the loser's BTC and email address.  No reason to protect his privacy.  It might help someone figure out who the guy is, you never know.

There's no point in anyone paying the guy- even on the offchance that he did leave the pool alone after that (which seems like a really long shot- what would he gain by stopping his DDOS?) if there's a weakness then someone else will find it, or the same guy will make another alias and repeat.  

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yeah truly discouraging  this is a small pool we  made 12 blocks all of 2015!

   12 blocks = 300 coins   over 6.5 months

 the owner of the pool is not making out like a bandit.  since he paid us  272.57 in btc  so far this year

 which means in 2015  he is 27 btc up

 not counting any :
1)power costs
2)equipment costs
3)website costs
4)time spent
5)misc costs

So At best he may have cleared 2 coins a month this year. this is 0.0667 btc a day profit


Not to mention that he did have the hot streak in may which is the only reason he may have a little profit this year.

to understand this better f2pool makes more then 20  btc  profit  a day  or about 300x this pool.

 so he asks for 1 btc from a pool owner that may be earning 0.0667 btc a day

f2pool is immune to this kind of attack isnt it?

presumably no merged coins there..?




 f2pool gives 4 or 5 merged coins.  I figure they may be immune to this particular attacker but just a week or two they were attacked and it did hurt them.

I don't encourage ddos guy to attack anyone but this is such a little pool it makes no sense

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July 14, 2015, 04:46:59 PM
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I haven't really mined much lately- too hot- but this still pisses me off.

mmpool, you should post the loser's BTC and email address.  No reason to protect his privacy.  It might help someone figure out who the guy is, you never know.

There's no point in anyone paying the guy- even on the offchance that he did leave the pool alone after that (which seems like a really long shot- what would he gain by stopping his DDOS?) if there's a weakness then someone else will find it, or the same guy will make another alias and repeat.  

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yeah truly discouraging  this is a small pool we  made 12 blocks all of 2015!

   12 blocks = 300 coins   over 6.5 months

 the owner of the pool is not making out like a bandit.  since he paid us  272.57 in btc  so far this year

 which means in 2015  he is 27 btc up

 not counting any :
1)power costs
2)equipment costs
3)website costs
4)time spent
5)misc costs

So At best he may have cleared 2 coins a month this year. this is 0.0667 btc a day profit


Not to mention that he did have the hot streak in may which is the only reason he may have a little profit this year.

to understand this better f2pool makes more then 20  btc  profit  a day  or about 300x this pool.

 so he asks for 1 btc from a pool owner that may be earning 0.0667 btc a day

f2pool is immune to this kind of attack isnt it?

presumably no merged coins there..?




 f2pool gives 4 or 5 merged coins.  I figure they may be immune to this particular attacker but just a week or two they were attacked and it did hurt them.

I don't encourage ddos guy to attack anyone but this is such a little pool it makes no sense

rapists & molesters love the small, weak & defence-less

i think that's why society abhors them so much, not what they do but who they prey upon (perhaps)

is there a back-story here or just regular assault?

it all seems rather civil, & grotesque.



forgive me, i meant p2pool..

E2A - f2pool is down for me
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July 14, 2015, 04:47:37 PM
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The BTC Wallet is to a new address, no traceable.

The email we used is admin1@mmpool.org - Since BTC Talk doe snot require email verification.

If it's so untraceable, why not post it?



Also, we can bypass any firewall like CloudFlare and other "Anti-DDoS" software online because we can get the main server IP.

And unless your host is willing to spend thousands upon thousands for Brocade Layer 7 prevention, it will not help!


Ah yes, all the more reason for us to blindly trust you- you've really been the paragon of virtue thus far.  Your trustworthiness is known across the land, far and- wait, no, you're at best a B-grade extortionist, screwing a few people over for the lulz, and having a ball off the power trip.  Eat shit and die.

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The BTC Wallet is to a new address, no traceable.

The email we used is admin1@mmpool.org - Since BTC Talk doe snot require email verification.

If it's so untraceable, why not post it?



Also, we can bypass any firewall like CloudFlare and other "Anti-DDoS" software online because we can get the main server IP.

And unless your host is willing to spend thousands upon thousands for Brocade Layer 7 prevention, it will not help!


Ah yes, all the more reason for us to blindly trust you- you've really been the paragon of virtue thus far.  Your trustworthiness is known across the land, far and- wait, no, you're at best a B-grade extortionist, screwing a few people over for the lulz, and having a ball off the power trip.  Eat shit and die.

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It's people like you who provoked it because you are representing mmpool when you start swearing.

At their request, we will issue a Layer 4 to F2Pool, or 182.92.251.251
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The BTC Wallet is to a new address, no traceable.

The email we used is admin1@mmpool.org - Since BTC Talk doe snot require email verification.

If it's so untraceable, why not post it?



Also, we can bypass any firewall like CloudFlare and other "Anti-DDoS" software online because we can get the main server IP.

And unless your host is willing to spend thousands upon thousands for Brocade Layer 7 prevention, it will not help!


Ah yes, all the more reason for us to blindly trust you- you've really been the paragon of virtue thus far.  Your trustworthiness is known across the land, far and- wait, no, you're at best a B-grade extortionist, screwing a few people over for the lulz, and having a ball off the power trip.  Eat shit and die.

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It's people like you who provoked it because you are representing mmpool when you start swearing.

At their request, we will issue a Layer 4 to F2Pool, or 182.92.251.251

I'm hearing that extortion is cool but swearing is bad?  Alright then.

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July 14, 2015, 04:57:12 PM
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David McKinnon we suggest you be nice to us. It won't be hard to get your IP from your post by dropping the MySQL tables into plain text. Just like CLoudMinr.io ....
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The BTC Wallet is to a new address, no traceable.

The email we used is admin1@mmpool.org - Since BTC Talk doe snot require email verification.

If it's so untraceable, why not post it?



Also, we can bypass any firewall like CloudFlare and other "Anti-DDoS" software online because we can get the main server IP.

And unless your host is willing to spend thousands upon thousands for Brocade Layer 7 prevention, it will not help!


Ah yes, all the more reason for us to blindly trust you- you've really been the paragon of virtue thus far.  Your trustworthiness is known across the land, far and- wait, no, you're at best a B-grade extortionist, screwing a few people over for the lulz, and having a ball off the power trip.  Eat shit and die.

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It's people like you who provoked it because you are representing mmpool when you start swearing.

At their request, we will issue a Layer 4 to F2Pool, or 182.92.251.251

okay so like I thought you are not mmpool  you are  another  name for ddos  attacker.

so you are now going to attack the biggest pps pool in the network to prove you have power.

I like f2pool and I also mine at f2pool along with mining here.

So if you  want to prove your power please attack them for a few days.

It makes more sense to do so.  if you are capable of hurting them.  then attack antpool and hurt them.

please hit all the top pools a week at a time.  This way all the btc pools will be at your mercy.

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July 14, 2015, 05:01:22 PM
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I haven't really mined much lately- too hot- but this still pisses me off.

mmpool, you should post the loser's BTC and email address.  No reason to protect his privacy.  It might help someone figure out who the guy is, you never know.

There's no point in anyone paying the guy- even on the offchance that he did leave the pool alone after that (which seems like a really long shot- what would he gain by stopping his DDOS?) if there's a weakness then someone else will find it, or the same guy will make another alias and repeat.  

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The BTC Wallet is to a new address, no traceable.

The email we used is admin1@mmpool.org - Since BTC Talk doe snot require email verification.

Also, we can bypass any firewall like CloudFlare and other "Anti-DDoS" software online because we can get the main server IP.

And unless your host is willing to spend thousands upon thousands for Brocade Layer 7 prevention, it will not help!

direct ip is not an issue, most of my customer protect themselves on site (or datacenter Wink) and it doesn't cost them a lot especially when its running on evaluation licence Wink
I'm really impatient to hear more from mmpool to block your shitty script kiddies Smiley

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July 14, 2015, 05:06:25 PM
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I haven't really mined much lately- too hot- but this still pisses me off.

mmpool, you should post the loser's BTC and email address.  No reason to protect his privacy.  It might help someone figure out who the guy is, you never know.

There's no point in anyone paying the guy- even on the offchance that he did leave the pool alone after that (which seems like a really long shot- what would he gain by stopping his DDOS?) if there's a weakness then someone else will find it, or the same guy will make another alias and repeat.  

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The BTC Wallet is to a new address, no traceable.

The email we used is admin1@mmpool.org - Since BTC Talk doe snot require email verification.

Also, we can bypass any firewall like CloudFlare and other "Anti-DDoS" software online because we can get the main server IP.

And unless your host is willing to spend thousands upon thousands for Brocade Layer 7 prevention, it will not help!

direct ip is not an issue, most of my customer protect themselves on site (or datacenter Wink) and it doesn't cost them a lot especially when its running on evaluation licence Wink
I'm really impatient to hear more from mmpool to block your shitty script kiddies Smiley

Unless he is going to pay for HARDWARE through Brocade at 30 Gbps, then he cannot stop us.

Software will not help. His upstream host has already mitigated the attack by null routing his site IP to localhost.

And also, Antpool has been in the works for a while, ever since the 51% centralization note.
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July 14, 2015, 05:50:15 PM
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I haven't really mined much lately- too hot- but this still pisses me off.

mmpool, you should post the loser's BTC and email address.  No reason to protect his privacy.  It might help someone figure out who the guy is, you never know.

There's no point in anyone paying the guy- even on the offchance that he did leave the pool alone after that (which seems like a really long shot- what would he gain by stopping his DDOS?) if there's a weakness then someone else will find it, or the same guy will make another alias and repeat.  

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novak

The BTC Wallet is to a new address, no traceable.

The email we used is admin1@mmpool.org - Since BTC Talk doe snot require email verification.

Also, we can bypass any firewall like CloudFlare and other "Anti-DDoS" software online because we can get the main server IP.

And unless your host is willing to spend thousands upon thousands for Brocade Layer 7 prevention, it will not help!

direct ip is not an issue, most of my customer protect themselves on site (or datacenter Wink) and it doesn't cost them a lot especially when its running on evaluation licence Wink
I'm really impatient to hear more from mmpool to block your shitty script kiddies Smiley

Unless he is going to pay for HARDWARE through Brocade at 30 Gbps, then he cannot stop us.

Software will not help. His upstream host has already mitigated the attack by null routing his site IP to localhost.

And also, Antpool has been in the works for a while, ever since the 51% centralization note.

bandwith ddos is telecom operator responsability, left the l7 attack. no need more than 100mbps capacity i really doubt you are using high ends attacks with Giga of bandwith. 30gb ? ok that a 1million $ appliance. i do dos+waf protection for less than 1k$ a year for certain case. you saw brocade ? i see elastica, F5, A10, imperva, even Checkpoint !! all with virtual machine an free for mmpool if he want it.
by the way, changing to null route the name resolution helps a lot in case of ddos attacks.

that said, i'm very curious how you got enough knowledge to go there when you do not know how to protect from your attacks properly. or maybe its just another intimidation  Shocked Shocked
how much did you paid for your packer-C&C admin ? (you paid for it admit it, you clearly dont have the ballz to code) Cheesy

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July 14, 2015, 06:30:44 PM
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Our attacks are 500 Mbps to 2 Gbps.

We took down BTCDig at 560 Mbps, and MMpool at 810 Mbps.

We can get more bandwidth if we spread it over IRC, and put the URL/IP on the "watch list" which is watched by many "script kiddies" with offshore VPS's.

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July 14, 2015, 07:17:23 PM
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tell me more about telecom ddos protection, what is the purpose of this technology (i forgot Arbor) ? can be as precise as the megabits/s. you didn't change your point since the last time. what does your attack have more than flooding dummy request ? nothing. argue with all the script kiddies threat but 1g is not a lot. mainly filtered out by the operator, so what was the point about the 30g ?

all of those effort for 1 btc. you're the best here Smiley

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July 14, 2015, 07:55:34 PM
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I dropped my hash rate down but others are picking it up  we now have 24 guys with 500gh hash or more

and a total of more then 60th hashing.

I get more coin tonight and will rent more maybe 50th for 5 or 6 hours.

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