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July 10, 2014, 05:28:29 PM
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Does anyone recall a few dozen pages back my mention of a HYBRID key?

Part of it is stored like a wallet.dat and part of it is your passphrase, meaning if someone gets the phrase OR your wallet file, they still can't access your funds?

Sounds like an even better idea now.

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July 10, 2014, 05:30:32 PM
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Does anyone recall a few dozen pages back my mention of a HYBRID key?

Part of it is stored like a wallet.dat and part of it is your passphrase, meaning if someone gets the phrase OR your wallet file, they still can't access your funds?

Sounds like an even better idea now.

Isn't that how any encrypted wallet file works already ?

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July 10, 2014, 05:36:38 PM
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With NEM you will need someones password AND wallet.dat file to take their NEM.
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July 10, 2014, 05:38:13 PM
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NxT's price is collapsing because one of the original NxT whales (40 million) downloaded a keylog file and presumably close to 7 million has been dumped by a hacker so far and another 33 million will be dumped.   He had passwords to wallets worth several $million on a text file on his desktop.

https://nxtforum.org/general-discussion/price-speculation/5440/



This does relate to NEM as it is entirely traded on the AE and NxT's price changes has a huge effect.  A $500 NEMstake is possible if NxT continues to drop in price.

 

F*ck!!!
When will people learn and stop using windows OS and other closed source
operating systems.

Actually, Klee compromises computer was a mac...


but the stored files were on drop box (open SSL) and Klee never changed his password after heartbleed.   It makes you wonder how someone so careless could be entrusted with that much money.   Klee not only lost his own money but he also lost the NxT's community fund.

That should be a lesson when NEM has its' funds that they need to be cold storage and require multiple layers of authentication involving two or more people before they can be moved.  If that can't be handled or done then arguably there shouldn't be any point in having reserve funds if they can't be secured.



 Never mind, it's open knowledge that any drop box employees can look into your files and I doubt their management cares if you steal "magic coin" (especially non-BTC "magic coins").  Heck the local police departments often have that "he stole your coins?  You mean World of Warcraft?" reaction to this crypto currency crime.


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July 10, 2014, 05:53:42 PM
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He really had all passwords on one pc/ mac? Oh my gosh? I feel with him but this is really stupido
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July 10, 2014, 05:54:46 PM
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He really had all passwords on one pc/ mac? Oh my gosh? I feel with him but this is really stupido

yeah, in a plain text file.... not encrypted.
Most of the 1M dollars were BTC.

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July 10, 2014, 05:56:20 PM
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He really had all passwords on one pc/ mac? Oh my gosh? I feel with him but this is really stupido

yeah, in a plain text file.... not encrypted.

on dropbox no less, where any dropbox employee could had done it (although it was likely related to heart bleed).

Even one of those simple encryption done online probably could had adverted this.

We don't even know what was on the text file.  Maybe the person who took it had no clue what NxT was until he read the text file.  Maybe the text file was like

"NxT coin password: Blah Blah Blah"

even a lot of people are still oblivious as to what BTC is.

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July 10, 2014, 06:01:21 PM
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He really had all passwords on one pc/ mac? Oh my gosh? I feel with him but this is really stupido

yeah, in a plain text file.... not encrypted.

on dropbox no less, where any dropbox employee could had done it (although it was likely related to heart bleed).

Even one of those simple encryption done online probably could had adverted this.


probably not related to hearthbleed. For being able to exploit hearthbleed bug, the hacker would have need to snif Klee before the patch is made. When heartbleed bug was made public, it have probably took less than a week to correct the login procedure.


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July 10, 2014, 06:04:34 PM
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He really had all passwords on one pc/ mac? Oh my gosh? I feel with him but this is really stupido

yeah, in a plain text file.... not encrypted.

on dropbox no less, where any dropbox employee could had done it (although it was likely related to heart bleed).

Even one of those simple encryption done online probably could had adverted this.


probably not related to hearthbleed. For being able to exploit hearthbleed bug, the hacker would have need to snif Klee before the patch is made. When heartbleed bug was made public, it have probably took less than a week to correct the login procedure.



One week is a long fucking time. I don't think it took dropbox that long though if they were vulnderable.
Also an attacker wouldn't have sniffed Klee specifically. An attacker would have sniffed every fucking dropbox connection to the server.

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July 10, 2014, 06:06:50 PM
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He really had all passwords on one pc/ mac? Oh my gosh? I feel with him but this is really stupido

yeah, in a plain text file.... not encrypted.

on dropbox no less, where any dropbox employee could had done it (although it was likely related to heart bleed).

Even one of those simple encryption done online probably could had adverted this.


probably not related to hearthbleed. For being able to exploit hearthbleed bug, the hacker would have need to snif Klee before the patch is made. When heartbleed bug was made public, it have probably took less than a week to correct the login procedure.


One week is a long fucking time. I don't think it took dropbox that long though if they were vulnderable.
Also an attacker wouldn't have sniffed Klee specifically. An attacker would have sniffed every fucking dropbox connection to the server.

one week, is a very conservative maximum bound....

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July 10, 2014, 06:07:50 PM
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He really had all passwords on one pc/ mac? Oh my gosh? I feel with him but this is really stupido

yeah, in a plain text file.... not encrypted.

on dropbox no less, where any dropbox employee could had done it (although it was likely related to heart bleed).

Even one of those simple encryption done online probably could had adverted this.

We don't even know what was on the text file.  Maybe the person who took it had no clue what NxT was until he read the text file.  Maybe the text file was like

"NxT coin password: Blah Blah Blah"

even a lot of people are still oblivious as to what BTC is.


 Cheesy

But seriously - i can´t believe it. With 40mil nxt you can hire an it expert (if needed) and buy some / make next accounts on a armada of several computers.
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July 10, 2014, 06:32:38 PM
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He really had all passwords on one pc/ mac? Oh my gosh? I feel with him but this is really stupido

yeah, in a plain text file.... not encrypted.

on dropbox no less, where any dropbox employee could had done it (although it was likely related to heart bleed).

Even one of those simple encryption done online probably could had adverted this.

We don't even know what was on the text file.  Maybe the person who took it had no clue what NxT was until he read the text file.  Maybe the text file was like

"NxT coin password: Blah Blah Blah"

even a lot of people are still oblivious as to what BTC is.


 Cheesy

But seriously - i can´t believe it. With 40mil nxt you can hire an it expert (if needed) and buy some / make next accounts on a armada of several computers.

With some work you can make a complete offline cold wallet. Just need to figure out how to sign a message offline.

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July 10, 2014, 07:51:24 PM
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what about promoting this thread Nem members?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=685041.0

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July 10, 2014, 08:01:57 PM
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"NxT coin password: Blah Blah Blah"

He lost more BTC than Nxt (~ $700,000 worth of BTC).

The hacker immediately dumped them on bitstamp. I hope bitstamp confiscate the account and contact law enforcement a this was clear case of theft. 

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July 10, 2014, 08:11:36 PM
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"NxT coin password: Blah Blah Blah"

He lost more BTC than Nxt (~ $700,000 worth of BTC).

The hacker immediately dumped them on bitstamp. I hope bitstamp confiscate the account and contact law enforcement a this was clear case of theft.  



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July 10, 2014, 08:28:30 PM
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"NxT coin password: Blah Blah Blah"

He lost more BTC than Nxt (~ $700,000 worth of BTC).

The hacker immediately dumped them on bitstamp. I hope bitstamp confiscate the account and contact law enforcement a this was clear case of theft. 

it was not , your misinformed

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July 10, 2014, 08:28:49 PM
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"NxT coin password: Blah Blah Blah"

He lost more BTC than Nxt (~ $700,000 worth of BTC).

The hacker immediately dumped them on bitstamp. I hope bitstamp confiscate the account and contact law enforcement a this was clear case of theft. 

I was really surprised that not only did he get them stolen but that the hacker tried to just cash them out like that.

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July 10, 2014, 08:35:15 PM
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Here is another picture   Kiss
 
http://s25.postimg.org/53vvjxivj/image.jpg



Nice pic

I give 1 Nem stake for one date with that girl


Hmm , haven't you said that you have a wife somewhere in another thread?! Wink
You can still give 1 NEM stake for the date but I will date her
instead of you as it seems you have duties at home!  Cheesy

I won't sell any dates.  I just got my first bitcoin account.  Free donations are okay!

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July 10, 2014, 08:40:36 PM
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"NxT coin password: Blah Blah Blah"

He lost more BTC than Nxt (~ $700,000 worth of BTC).

The hacker immediately dumped them on bitstamp. I hope bitstamp confiscate the account and contact law enforcement a this was clear case of theft.  

it was not , your misinformed

Could be wrong about bitstamp dumping, but I read it on a forum (must be true : )

The hacker did try to dump millions of Nxt, though. Last I heard was that the hacker's account was locked by Bter.

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July 10, 2014, 09:08:56 PM
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its not possible to register a new account at the forum, always same message after accepting terms and user/pw input:
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