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October 20, 2014, 11:07:48 AM
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Just did isolated test using latest pool software and 1.2b version of this miner. Duplicates spotted in logs immediately:

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Duplicate share: {"id":"779749578400515","job_id":"394227879843674","nonce":"804f3800","result":"0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"} from  4

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1.2b!? Roll Eyes ..... 1.4 (faster+ low fee than Claymore 9.1) came out week ago...i suggest you to use 1.1 or 1.0 its more funn  Grin

Funny how ignorants will stay till death on their own. Initial idea was kminer testing against exploiting pools. I did it. It does not matter what future versions does.
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October 20, 2014, 11:25:52 AM
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Guys, it seems some suspicious russian proprietary miner kachur is very popular already. I'd like to say that this mining software proven SCAM. I banned several miners after I found duplicate share vulnerability and all miners spotted in logs with attempt to submit duplicate share were using this software. Stay away from not trusted developers, there is no even BCT thread for this miner.

If you are trusted person, we can test this miner in isolation, I'll run test pool and can give you early binaries, because after vulnerability fix they probably deleted duplicate submission functionality.

Just did isolated test using latest pool software and 1.2b version of this miner. Duplicates spotted in logs immediately:

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Duplicate share: {"id":"779749578400515","job_id":"394227879843674","nonce":"804f3800","result":"0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"} from  4

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Now that's a proof.

Good work.
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October 20, 2014, 01:45:05 PM
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Just did isolated test using latest pool software and 1.2b version of this miner. Duplicates spotted in logs immediately:


So what's your point? Leaving aside moral matters.

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October 20, 2014, 01:51:04 PM
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Just did isolated test using latest pool software and 1.2b version of this miner. Duplicates spotted in logs immediately:
So what's your point? Leaving aside moral matters.

The point is that those duplicate-shares are spamming pools with crap data which has a cost for us pool owner (high server load) + those fake-shares are counted as legit (trust-exploit) on some pool (not on my pool, I just ban them) which steal the hashrate from legit miners (number of blocks found is the same but fake-shares take a % of gain from other miners).

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October 20, 2014, 02:00:40 PM
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Just did isolated test using latest pool software and 1.2b version of this miner. Duplicates spotted in logs immediately:


So what's your point? Leaving aside moral matters.

I suppose you could classify stealing shares (and therefore XMR) from other miners as immoral, and therefore if morality is no concern for you then feel free to use it and accept the consequences. Personally I would be concerned about using software with a demonstrably immoral history unless I could validate the source very carefully.

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October 20, 2014, 02:06:02 PM
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Just did isolated test using latest pool software and 1.2b version of this miner. Duplicates spotted in logs immediately:


So what's your point? Leaving aside moral matters.

I double resistant's post. Running monero pool is very expensive and such crappy software made it much more expensive. I didn't count ignorants who running a pool and can't understand a difference between valid share or trusted one.

Many legit miners still mining this coin and it's not good for everyone if they will be screwed by fake PoW and loose money. I know some miners in person and I feel some responsibility.
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October 20, 2014, 02:46:12 PM
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So our Mintpal XMR's gone or not? Huh Embarrassed
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October 20, 2014, 03:34:43 PM
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So our Mintpal XMR's gone or not? Huh Embarrassed

Is there anyone that withdrew their XMR succesfully? There was some speculation bytheway that Mintpal's XMR were sold off on poloniex.

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October 20, 2014, 03:36:50 PM
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So our Mintpal XMR's gone or not? Huh Embarrassed
http://blog.moolah.io/2014/10/19/recent-events/
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Balances that were not stored with Moolah have not been subject to the same exploit.

As of so far, MintPal has processed 2597 BTC worth of altcoin withdrawals since the platform was fully shut down. A large number of withdrawals (both BTC and altcoin) were processed prior to this event.

XMR withdrawals will follow shortly.

Some funds are floating around in the old wallets (having failed to be imported), and I am currently trying to reclaim these in order to strength exchange reserves.

Withdrawals will continue to be processed until all wallets are depleted.

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October 20, 2014, 03:57:45 PM
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Yeah, no new information about XMR withdrawals. Just hope for the best, think the worst.
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October 20, 2014, 04:39:50 PM
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Yeah, no new information about XMR withdrawals. Just hope for the best, think the worst.

One issue now is that "Alex Green" is the only one who controls the withdraws and apparently he's gone AWOL. Sad

https://twitter.com/MintPalExchange/status/523939006988701696

Lets hope he's not a complete asshole and he makes sure people get their money back.

Was XMR being traded as a pair during the short run of "v2"? If not then that's a good thing as people were duplicating coins via an exploit and I assume tons of coins were lost that way.
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October 20, 2014, 04:42:21 PM
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Was XMR being traded as a pair during the short run of "v2"? If not then that's a good thing as people were duplicating coins via an exploit and I assume tons of coins were lost that way.

XMR was traded as a pair during the short run of "v2".
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October 20, 2014, 05:32:33 PM
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For those who experiment crashing because RAM+swap partition is not large enough for the blockchain plus other apps, I 've written a tutorial: https://forum.monero.cc/5/support/74/increase-swap-space-for-blockchain.

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October 20, 2014, 05:33:56 PM
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Fuck it.

WTS my Mintpal account with 5000 XMR in it.

Feel free to PM me offers.

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For those who experiment crashing because RAM+swap partition is not large enough for the blockchain plus other apps, I 've written a tutorial: https://forum.monero.cc/5/support/74/increase-swap-space-for-blockchain.

I have tested using swap on Linux and it works fairly well. Other than during blockchain loads/saves, the amount of swapping is minimal (most of the blockchain is untouched most of the time, so it doesn't need to be swapped in). At the time (about a month ago) I was able to successfully use the wallet on a system with 1.5 GB of physical RAM, though it was sluggish but usable. As usage grows the minimal amount of RAM required will also likely increase, bit this is only at a rate of a few MB per day currently.

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October 20, 2014, 05:40:28 PM
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Fuck it.

WTS my Mintpal account with 5000 XMR in it.

Feel free to PM me offers.


Pm sent.
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October 20, 2014, 07:38:14 PM
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Was XMR being traded as a pair during the short run of "v2"? If not then that's a good thing as people were duplicating coins via an exploit and I assume tons of coins were lost that way.

XMR was traded as a pair during the short run of "v2".

Hmm, but if XMR wasn't set up for any withdraws people wouldn't have been able to cash out any ill gotten XMR though, right?
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October 20, 2014, 09:39:08 PM
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Was XMR being traded as a pair during the short run of "v2"? If not then that's a good thing as people were duplicating coins via an exploit and I assume tons of coins were lost that way.

XMR was traded as a pair during the short run of "v2".

Hmm, but if XMR wasn't set up for any withdraws people wouldn't have been able to cash out any ill gotten XMR though, right?

not so sure... who knows though I guess... 

https://twitter.com/omnik/status/522165410096234496
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October 20, 2014, 11:50:12 PM
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Monero Monday Missives

October 20th, 2014

Hello, and welcome to our fifteenth Monero Monday Missive!

Major Updates

1. We are saddened to hear of the implosion of Moolah and how it has hampered Monero users in their attempts to withdraw funds held on MintPal. We have actively reached out to the current management staff to try and assist them with Monero withdrawals, and at this stage we're completely unsure as to what the internal state of their system is. We hope and trust they will resolve it and all affected users will be able to withdraw, and we remain completely available to assist their staff as necessary.

2. It has been a week of fundamentals. Whilst externally visible development is fun and easy to see, there is a dire need to focus on some of the core issues that have been lagging. The longer we wait before addressing these, the harder and more expensive it will be to address them. By spending a little bit of effort now we make Monero more secure and robust for the far future!

3. Excellent progress has been made with an initial blockchain database implementation. The first implementation is using the Lightning Memory-Mapped Database, or LMDB, which is the same high-performance database used by OpenLDAP. We are hopeful that this initial release will be ready for limited testing by next week. You can read more about LMDB here: http://symas.com/mdb/ (it would appear they're in a competition with us for the best looking website of 1995). We are quite confident that this will be the most performant embedded database option for our workloads, but we will be adding additional implementations and comparing their performance going forward.

4. Extensive work is underway with the assistance of NLnet Labs (the creators of Unbound and libunbound) to correctly implement DNSSEC trust anchors in a cross-platform manner. Don't worry, you aren't expected to understand that sentence:) What this means is that it prepares us for more widespread, secure use of the OpenAlias standard. One of the key problems it solves is in allowing all Monero users to securely and safely determine whether an alias has been tampered with or not (although even insecure aliases can still receive payments as long as the sender double-checks and confirms it).

5. To build on what we mentioned last week: we are working directly with Kitware founder Bill Hoffman, along with his colleague Ben Boeckel, to bring our build system (which uses Kitware's CMake and CTest) up to scratch and ensure we are complying with Kitware's best-practices across the board. This may seem like an insignificant effort, but after the difficulties and pain-points we encountered with statically building the Monero 0.8.8.5 release we realised the need for our build environment to be reworked to conform to what Kitware recommends, especially considering the amount of poorly implemented CMake in the reference code we started with.

Dev Diary

Core: per-kb fee testing is going well on testnet, although there are some caveats we are working through.

Core: work is progressing nicely on a new feature that will allow a raw, static blockchain to be generated so that we can provide that for download instead of the serialised blockchain objects. This will mean that importing this file will take as many as several hours, but your daemon will fully verify the downloaded blockchain instead of just assuming it to be correct.

Tests: unit tests have been fixed so that they are now working, and this change is expected to be merged in the next week.

Tests: core tests are currently being worked on to bring them up to a 100% working state. The end goal of all of this is the ability to compile for release-test or debug-test, and have all tests pass, every time a new pull request is submitted.

Until next week!

- updated by fluffypony
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October 21, 2014, 12:28:31 AM
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Monero Monday Missives

October 20th, 2014

Hello, and welcome to our fifteenth Monero Monday Missive!

Major Updates

1. Noble

2. So true

3. You made a funny! Smiley

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5. Professional!

Until next week!

- updated by fluffypony

Bravo! Thanks for reminding me again why I stick with this coin! Keep up the good work!
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