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February 18, 2015, 10:06:50 AM
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We are seeking all ways to compensate our users including selling http://BTER.com  (Debits & funds not included): admin@mail.bter.com

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February 18, 2015, 01:23:13 PM
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what was that with the node allegedly getting stolen or disappearing from some accounts?

anybody figured out what the security breach may be / have been?

No one has told me anything anyway. I know it was minor for me, but it does look like at least a few hundred bucks worth were stolen and sent to one wallet and there's no reason to assume the thief only was receiving on one account.  I was planning on buying more, but that this is completely ignored on a coin with the whole platform based on being a payment system doesn't inspire confidence to me.

To my knowledge no one has complained about something like this.
So what is there to say?

I'm no one?  I even tracked down the block chain to show there were several transactions all going to the same wallet around the same time I was robbed to see if it was just me (and therefore likely on my end) and it wasn't
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February 18, 2015, 01:28:57 PM
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Bter postponed my global domination plans.

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February 18, 2015, 01:32:24 PM
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what was that with the node allegedly getting stolen or disappearing from some accounts?

anybody figured out what the security breach may be / have been?

No one has told me anything anyway. I know it was minor for me, but it does look like at least a few hundred bucks worth were stolen and sent to one wallet and there's no reason to assume the thief only was receiving on one account.  I was planning on buying more, but that this is completely ignored on a coin with the whole platform based on being a payment system doesn't inspire confidence to me.

To my knowledge no one has complained about something like this.
So what is there to say?

I'm no one?  I even tracked down the block chain to show there were several transactions all going to the same wallet around the same time I was robbed to see if it was just me (and therefore likely on my end) and it wasn't

yes this makes a bit nervous also. In Nxt, it usually turned out that some mistake had been made, but it is something that needs to be considered.

was/is there a leak in the webwallet landing page? usually, if such a thing occurs, thieves grab as much as they can, and we would have seen more of it.
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February 18, 2015, 01:59:23 PM
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Anyone had problems? Did the money go?
Possibly after accessed the webwallet?
Or else?
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February 18, 2015, 02:12:01 PM
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Anyone had problems? Did the money go?
Possibly after accessed the webwallet?
Or else?
i used webwallet sometimes and never had any problem.

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February 18, 2015, 05:20:34 PM
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what was that with the node allegedly getting stolen or disappearing from some accounts?

anybody figured out what the security breach may be / have been?

No one has told me anything anyway. I know it was minor for me, but it does look like at least a few hundred bucks worth were stolen and sent to one wallet and there's no reason to assume the thief only was receiving on one account.  I was planning on buying more, but that this is completely ignored on a coin with the whole platform based on being a payment system doesn't inspire confidence to me.

To my knowledge no one has complained about something like this.
So what is there to say?

I'm no one?  I even tracked down the block chain to show there were several transactions all going to the same wallet around the same time I was robbed to see if it was just me (and therefore likely on my end) and it wasn't

I never had problems with webwallet.
Spyware in your machine or FUD?

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February 18, 2015, 05:26:34 PM
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what was that with the node allegedly getting stolen or disappearing from some accounts?

anybody figured out what the security breach may be / have been?

No one has told me anything anyway. I know it was minor for me, but it does look like at least a few hundred bucks worth were stolen and sent to one wallet and there's no reason to assume the thief only was receiving on one account.  I was planning on buying more, but that this is completely ignored on a coin with the whole platform based on being a payment system doesn't inspire confidence to me.

To my knowledge no one has complained about something like this.
So what is there to say?

I'm no one?  I even tracked down the block chain to show there were several transactions all going to the same wallet around the same time I was robbed to see if it was just me (and therefore likely on my end) and it wasn't

I never had problems with webwallet.
Spyware in your machine or FUD?

Well he has yet to show proof so who knows.  A lot of people have been trying to FUD node for a while now.
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February 18, 2015, 05:35:53 PM
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there were only a few TXs incoming to the suspect account, like 5 or so - does soemone have the link?
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February 18, 2015, 05:46:40 PM
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Someone stole all my node with a reasonably secure password on a computer with good antivirus software that scans daily. None of my other accounts were compromised (most of which were worth significantly more than my node wallet) so I doubt the issue was from my end.

Only had about 10 USD worth of node at current prices, but still pretty upsetting that it got stolen. Posting here so other people can watch out in case it isn't an isolated incident.  Wallet it got sent to is 8484251769134092323

and I was definitely not the only one, and some people lost significantly more.  Here's the transactions for this wallet, but there could be other ones. http://nodemoney.com:19775/#/explorer/transaction/8484251769134092323

The parameters explorer and transaction does not work anymore?

Redirects to:
http://nodemoney.com:19775/#/login
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February 18, 2015, 05:55:06 PM
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Someone stole all my node with a reasonably secure password on a computer with good antivirus software that scans daily. None of my other accounts were compromised (most of which were worth significantly more than my node wallet) so I doubt the issue was from my end.

Only had about 10 USD worth of node at current prices, but still pretty upsetting that it got stolen. Posting here so other people can watch out in case it isn't an isolated incident.  Wallet it got sent to is 8484251769134092323

and I was definitely not the only one, and some people lost significantly more.  Here's the transactions for this wallet, but there could be other ones. http://nodemoney.com:19775/#/explorer/transaction/8484251769134092323

The parameters explorer and transaction does not work anymore?

Redirects to:
http://nodemoney.com:19775/#/login

just use the json api:
http://nodemoney.com:19775/api/getAccountById?accountId=8484251769134092323
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February 18, 2015, 05:55:12 PM
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Someone stole all my node with a reasonably secure password on a computer with good antivirus software that scans daily. None of my other accounts were compromised (most of which were worth significantly more than my node wallet) so I doubt the issue was from my end.

Only had about 10 USD worth of node at current prices, but still pretty upsetting that it got stolen. Posting here so other people can watch out in case it isn't an isolated incident.  Wallet it got sent to is 8484251769134092323

and I was definitely not the only one, and some people lost significantly more.  Here's the transactions for this wallet, but there could be other ones. http://nodemoney.com:19775/#/explorer/transaction/8484251769134092323

The parameters explorer and transaction does not work anymore?

Redirects to:
http://nodemoney.com:19775/#/login
I already wrote about it. We run NodePay and correct
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=590421.msg10430561#msg10430561

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February 18, 2015, 06:25:20 PM
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AlCurex already adopted install Node, thanks LemonAndFries

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February 18, 2015, 06:28:02 PM
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good. i msg halibit to msg you guys! glad to hear this!
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February 18, 2015, 06:48:00 PM
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So I re-installed my VPS so its up to the latest version.
All the steps worked and I can open up my NODE controller, but I keep getting this message:

Loading ... Please wait!
Blockchain verified complaite, wait synced blocks.

But I didn't see it actually download the blockchain, considering this was a fresh install.

Should I just leave it and let it do its thing?
Its been over an hour.


If you want i can send you the full blockchain for try, i´m running a vps (linux) too and it is working

Could you please, and let me know how to put it in?
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February 18, 2015, 07:04:25 PM
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yes this makes a bit nervous also. In Nxt, it usually turned out that some mistake had been made, but it is something that needs to be considered.

was/is there a leak in the webwallet landing page? usually, if such a thing occurs, thieves grab as much as they can, and we would have seen more of it.


*shrug* My account and none of the other ones I saw robbed the same day were used recently (it had been over a month for me, I don't remember the others exactly), maybe they want to be able to get small amounts of money for awhile or maybe there was something all of us just happened to do wrong? No idea what it is.


I never had problems with webwallet.
Spyware in your machine or FUD?

My machine is secure, and there were at least a few thefts at the same time.  I'm just looking to have whatever the problem was acknowledged and fixed (or in the off chance it was something that I did, I'd like to know what it was).



Well he has yet to show proof so who knows.  A lot of people have been trying to FUD node for a while now.

What proof can I show besides the blockchain?  Honestly I'd like the problem acknowledged, fixed, and to have my node returned. I know that last bit is some pretty wishful thinking, but I don't think it's too much to ask for the issue to be acknowledged.
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February 18, 2015, 07:09:22 PM
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yes this makes a bit nervous also. In Nxt, it usually turned out that some mistake had been made, but it is something that needs to be considered.

was/is there a leak in the webwallet landing page? usually, if such a thing occurs, thieves grab as much as they can, and we would have seen more of it.


*shrug* My account and none of the other ones I saw robbed the same day were used recently (it had been over a month for me, I don't remember the others exactly), maybe they want to be able to get small amounts of money for awhile or maybe there was something all of us just happened to do wrong? No idea what it is.


I never had problems with webwallet.
Spyware in your machine or FUD?

My machine is secure, and there were at least a few thefts at the same time.  I'm just looking to have whatever the problem was acknowledged and fixed (or in the off chance it was something that I did, I'd like to know what it was).



Well he has yet to show proof so who knows.  A lot of people have been trying to FUD node for a while now.

What proof can I show besides the blockchain?  Honestly I'd like the problem acknowledged, fixed, and to have my node returned. I know that last bit is some pretty wishful thinking, but I don't think it's too much to ask for the issue to be acknowledged.

what they are trying to tell you is that there is no flaw in the code. Most likely you fell a victim of password guessing. Perhaps your password was weak and was guessed easy. If there were tens of people's accounts getting hacked then we can assume there is a bug in the code and makes the brainpassword hashes easy to cipher. Until then, there is only few cases of report of hacks. Sorry. Most likely your password was weak sauce and got guessed. You can't point your fingers to the team for a refund

since you lost your coins. mind sharing your passcode? 
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February 18, 2015, 07:24:20 PM
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yes this makes a bit nervous also. In Nxt, it usually turned out that some mistake had been made, but it is something that needs to be considered.

was/is there a leak in the webwallet landing page? usually, if such a thing occurs, thieves grab as much as they can, and we would have seen more of it.


*shrug* My account and none of the other ones I saw robbed the same day were used recently (it had been over a month for me, I don't remember the others exactly), maybe they want to be able to get small amounts of money for awhile or maybe there was something all of us just happened to do wrong? No idea what it is.


I never had problems with webwallet.
Spyware in your machine or FUD?

My machine is secure, and there were at least a few thefts at the same time.  I'm just looking to have whatever the problem was acknowledged and fixed (or in the off chance it was something that I did, I'd like to know what it was).



Well he has yet to show proof so who knows.  A lot of people have been trying to FUD node for a while now.

What proof can I show besides the blockchain?  Honestly I'd like the problem acknowledged, fixed, and to have my node returned. I know that last bit is some pretty wishful thinking, but I don't think it's too much to ask for the issue to be acknowledged.

what they are trying to tell you is that there is no flaw in the code. Most likely you fell a victim of password guessing. Perhaps your password was weak and was guessed easy. If there were tens of people's accounts getting hacked then we can assume there is a bug in the code and makes the brainpassword hashes easy to cipher. Until then, there is only few cases of report of hacks. Sorry. Most likely your password was weak sauce and got guessed. You can't point your fingers to the team for a refund

since you lost your coins. mind sharing your passcode? 

Also since the website was (still?) not secure socket then they could have fallen to a man in the middle.

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February 18, 2015, 09:01:04 PM
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Node added:
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good news!  Cheesy
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