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July 14, 2015, 08:21:46 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

You must not be a blackhat, so you are unaware of the IP hit-lists now an days. Once an IP is posted on said list, the fellow attackers will point all their bandwidth to that IP and will get paid if it is a successful takedown.

We have ~30 Gbps of bandwidth available
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July 14, 2015, 08:32:23 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

You must not be a blackhat, so you are unaware of the IP hit-lists now an days. Once an IP is posted on said list, the fellow attackers will point all their bandwidth to that IP and will get paid if it is a successful takedown.

We have ~30 Gbps of bandwidth available

so you need to know the iP  to hit it.

So to defeat the hit-list simply alter your IP and be done with your attacks.

Or Do I not understand this.

For example the other day I got a new router hooked it into my network and got a different IP   I no longer have the ip I did a few weeks ago.  So  do I understand this. Or am I lost. 

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July 14, 2015, 08:49:29 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

You must not be a blackhat, so you are unaware of the IP hit-lists now an days. Once an IP is posted on said list, the fellow attackers will point all their bandwidth to that IP and will get paid if it is a successful takedown.

We have ~30 Gbps of bandwidth available

so you need to know the iP  to hit it.

So to defeat the hit-list simply alter your IP and be done with your attacks.

Or Do I not understand this.

For example the other day I got a new router hooked it into my network and got a different IP   I no longer have the ip I did a few weeks ago.  So  do I understand this. Or am I lost. 


Your right, to an extent.

A server will always have the same IP, unless ordered a new one. But by doing so is still visible to everyone, especially if using a "A" record like stratum.mmpool.org or whatever it is.

As a suggestion, why don't you just make the pool a closed pool, and have admin validation by asking for their wallet address, and checking on blockchain.

Just an idea.
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July 14, 2015, 09:38:29 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

You must not be a blackhat, so you are unaware of the IP hit-lists now an days. Once an IP is posted on said list, the fellow attackers will point all their bandwidth to that IP and will get paid if it is a successful takedown.

We have ~30 Gbps of bandwidth available

so you need to know the iP  to hit it.

So to defeat the hit-list simply alter your IP and be done with your attacks.

Or Do I not understand this.

For example the other day I got a new router hooked it into my network and got a different IP   I no longer have the ip I did a few weeks ago.  So  do I understand this. Or am I lost. 


Your right, to an extent.

A server will always have the same IP, unless ordered a new one. But by doing so is still visible to everyone, especially if using a "A" record like stratum.mmpool.org or whatever it is.

As a suggestion, why don't you just make the pool a closed pool, and have admin validation by asking for their wallet address, and checking on blockchain.

Just an idea.

Oh, this is a brilliant idea. But only for people who believe in centralization, who believe that the world needs a "Führer" who tells them they are worth participating in something after checking if they can be trusted.

Bitcoin has a lot to do with the idea of good old political writers you probably never heard of. Their idea was that people should emanzipate and grow to individuals who act responsible, mature and trustworthy. So you just prove that you are still far away from being such a human but still believe in the idea of sheeps
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July 14, 2015, 09:49:15 PM
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You mean Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini?
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July 14, 2015, 09:52:45 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

You must not be a blackhat, so you are unaware of the IP hit-lists now an days. Once an IP is posted on said list, the fellow attackers will point all their bandwidth to that IP and will get paid if it is a successful takedown.

We have ~30 Gbps of bandwidth available

i'm not a blackhat, naa, just a grey hat, wanted too much a quiet life Wink
the IP hit-list is common depending on the community (french here, feed me, fear us... think kid!).
so you do have that bandwith? prove it! with the intelligence behind ? prove it again ! if you could, you wouln't be on that forum begging for 1 BTC.
btw, i also have the oppportunity to rent the G/24h. like anyone who has bitcoin. worth the 1 BTC if mmpool hold for weeks ? i'm not sure.

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July 14, 2015, 09:59:18 PM
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Were net begging for our mercy, were begging for mmpools. You think 1 BTC will make or break us? Hell, our cold storage has a ton of different coins.
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July 14, 2015, 10:24:46 PM
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You mean Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini?

These are the people who's ideas are definitively closer to yours than the ones of Rudolf Rocker, Peter Kropotkin or Mikhail Bakunin.
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July 15, 2015, 12:06:16 AM
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Were net begging for our mercy, were begging for mmpools. You think 1 BTC will make or break us? Hell, our cold storage has a ton of different coins.

"our" like there is a lot of people with you. naa, i don't believe you are more than 1 or 2 (maybe you have a friend you talked about your little prank) but i'm sure you don't have more than 1K$ worth of coin and in your bank account grouped Wink seems like you are a romanian looking for little steal at right and left. maybe you are trying to have other little "business" like that. jump on C/C still a huge and easy business, not here with all the moron Wink ...

maybe you'll have enough to bother us for some week. Maybe not, will see who will be bored first.

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July 15, 2015, 06:54:22 AM
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You mean Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini?

These are the people who's ideas are definitively closer to yours than the ones of Rudolf Rocker, Peter Kropotkin or Mikhail Bakunin.
at least you know some anarchist (<3 Kropotkin the most antisemitic of all Wink) but don't judge person like hitler or musollini by what school teached you. Do your own research. everything is grey man... ask yourself the good question about is this real fact ? What's the proof ? is this exact ?

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July 15, 2015, 08:17:46 AM
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seems like you are a romanian looking for little steal at right and left
Really no need to labelize entire countries!

"Emergencies" have always been the pretext on which the safeguards of individual liberty have been eroded. (F. Hayek)
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July 15, 2015, 10:18:26 AM
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seems like you are a romanian looking for little steal at right and left
Really no need to labelize entire countries!
im just labelizing an entire population maybe a nation but not a country. They are not coming only from romania.

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July 15, 2015, 11:46:55 AM
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You mean Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini?

These are the people who's ideas are definitively closer to yours than the ones of Rudolf Rocker, Peter Kropotkin or Mikhail Bakunin.
at least you know some anarchist (<3 Kropotkin the most antisemitic of all Wink) but don't judge person like hitler or musollini by what school teached you. Do your own research. everything is grey man... ask yourself the good question about is this real fact ? What's the proof ? is this exact ?

cya


Speaking of antisemitism: Yes, both Kropotkin and Bakunin - as many philosophers of this time - had thoughts which we consider as antisemitistic today.  However, if you would be able to read their correspondence with some writers, you would be able to put this in a historic context.
I am fully aware that history always is written by the winners, so therefore, I took quite some amount of time to do my own research, talking to eyewitnesses of all sides. Which gave me a pretty clear picture about what was going on. This enables me to see through all those conspiracy-theories pretty easily.
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July 15, 2015, 12:58:32 PM
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You mean Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini?

These are the people who's ideas are definitively closer to yours than the ones of Rudolf Rocker, Peter Kropotkin or Mikhail Bakunin.
at least you know some anarchist (<3 Kropotkin the most antisemitic of all Wink) but don't judge person like hitler or musollini by what school teached you. Do your own research. everything is grey man... ask yourself the good question about is this real fact ? What's the proof ? is this exact ?

cya


Speaking of antisemitism: Yes, both Kropotkin and Bakunin - as many philosophers of this time - had thoughts which we consider as antisemitistic today.  However, if you would be able to read their correspondence with some writers, you would be able to put this in a historic context.
I am fully aware that history always is written by the winners, so therefore, I took quite some amount of time to do my own research, talking to eyewitnesses of all sides. Which gave me a pretty clear picture about what was going on. This enables me to see through all those conspiracy-theories pretty easily.

I do agree, everyone was antisemitic before 1945 and the biggest lasck of evidence ever (talking about gas chamber). But that's another story Wink

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July 16, 2015, 06:55:34 PM
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did the kid stop ? can we get a non-onion WUI ? Smiley

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July 17, 2015, 02:44:16 AM
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did the kid stop ? can we get a non-onion WUI ? Smiley

If you want us to stop you have to show us respect.
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July 17, 2015, 03:05:19 AM
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did the kid stop ? can we get a non-onion WUI ? Smiley

If you want us to stop you have to show us respect.

Respect has to be earned little girlie - didn't your mummy tell you that?

Go shake your rattle somewhere else, there's nothing here for you, little shit.  Roll Eyes
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July 17, 2015, 03:08:59 AM
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If you want us to stop you have to show us respect.


RIP BTC Guild, April 2011 - June 2015
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July 17, 2015, 03:13:41 AM
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If you want us to stop you have to show us respect.



 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Exactly.
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July 17, 2015, 04:55:07 AM
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did the kid stop ? can we get a non-onion WUI ? Smiley
Mining currently is working on the mmpool.org stratum, just no web interface there at the moment. No doubt that will stop if the DoS restarts. PM me if you want a private IP address to mine on or access the web interface.

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