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June 29, 2018, 09:42:15 PM
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Hello!
I downloaded the wallet file for Windows, but the antivirus has deleted it!

http://prntscr.com/k0cgux

https://www.virustotal.com/ru/file/2e0642b88c13b8103454917419adffdd08ab76299bdd2ac6d5e9d24cb09335f4/analysis/1530183695/

28 viruses!
I've never seen so much before!

With the purses of other coins, there were no such problems.

How to be?

It's an old story. It was reported many times here as a false positive, probably some part of the code (like CPU mining) is still recognized as a malware by antiviruses. Try to compile on a separate Linux box from source if you can, or use an isolated virtual machine.

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July 07, 2018, 11:26:04 AM
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Hello,

Our Exchange is closing it doors 2018-07-20, please withdraw all your funds. After that all remaining funds is considered donation to MissExchange and is non-refundable.

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July 07, 2018, 06:34:40 PM
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An argument outside the context and the last arguments but I would like to know why a project like this should be kept low? What is the true purpose of this project? When I started in the crypto one of the first coins I thought of investing was this and now I have doubts about investing. Yet can we consider technical adjustments necessary to strengthen the structure of the currency? Do these updates affect the currency?

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July 07, 2018, 10:37:19 PM
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An argument outside the context and the last arguments but I would like to know why a project like this should be kept low? What is the true purpose of this project? When I started in the crypto one of the first coins I thought of investing was this and now I have doubts about investing. Yet can we consider technical adjustments necessary to strengthen the structure of the currency? Do these updates affect the currency?

Can I ask you a question, just to clarify, what exactly makes you feel doubt?

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July 08, 2018, 07:23:28 PM
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My bitmaster1x account was hacked. Looking over btcointalk.org security protocol, it is pretty weak as it does not send a confirmation link to original email before the profile email or password can be changed. I made the suggestion that they should implement it, but I doubt anything will come of it. Luckily, I've locked the account before any damage could be done. Anyone's account is prone to being hacked.

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July 08, 2018, 08:07:46 PM
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Hello!
I downloaded the wallet file for Windows, but the antivirus has deleted it!

http://prntscr.com/k0cgux

https://www.virustotal.com/ru/file/2e0642b88c13b8103454917419adffdd08ab76299bdd2ac6d5e9d24cb09335f4/analysis/1530183695/

28 viruses!
I've never seen so much before!

With the purses of other coins, there were no such problems.

How to be?

It's a false positive. You can add an exclusion to your antivirus or you can use v1.1.3

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July 09, 2018, 08:06:40 PM
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My bitmaster1x account was hacked. Looking over btcointalk.org security protocol, it is pretty weak as it does not send a confirmation link to original email before the profile email or password can be changed. I made the suggestion that they should implement it, but I doubt anything will come of it. Luckily, I've locked the account before any damage could be done. Anyone's account is prone to being hacked.
Same happened to me thanks to "leaked" db of this "great" forum.
And although I have a static ip it's no good to either get your account back or get it banned.
Strange since many courts accept a static ip as evidence.

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July 09, 2018, 09:37:26 PM
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My bitmaster1x account was hacked. Looking over btcointalk.org security protocol, it is pretty weak as it does not send a confirmation link to original email before the profile email or password can be changed. I made the suggestion that they should implement it, but I doubt anything will come of it. Luckily, I've locked the account before any damage could be done. Anyone's account is prone to being hacked.
Same happened to me thanks to "leaked" db of this "great" forum.
And although I have a static ip it's no good to either get your account back or get it banned.
Strange since many courts accept a static ip as evidence.

I doubt I'll get the account back since they require that you sign a bitcoin address that you've posted on the forum in past. 98% of people (myself included) on here don't post their bitcoin address on this forum. Otherwise they just ignore the request.

I just view any account on this forum will at some point become disposable due to weak security / protocols. Definitely would not send or keep any sensitive info or important info in the so called private messages.

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July 10, 2018, 04:55:56 PM
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My bitmaster1x account was hacked. Looking over btcointalk.org security protocol, it is pretty weak as it does not send a confirmation link to original email before the profile email or password can be changed. I made the suggestion that they should implement it, but I doubt anything will come of it. Luckily, I've locked the account before any damage could be done. Anyone's account is prone to being hacked.
Same happened to me thanks to "leaked" db of this "great" forum.
And although I have a static ip it's no good to either get your account back or get it banned.
Strange since many courts accept a static ip as evidence.

I doubt I'll get the account back since they require that you sign a bitcoin address that you've posted on the forum in past. 98% of people (myself included) on here don't post their bitcoin address on this forum. Otherwise they just ignore the request.

I just view any account on this forum will at some point become disposable due to weak security / protocols. Definitely would not send or keep any sensitive info or important info in the so called private messages.
I have read that info, there us a special thread about it and as you wrote, without BTC addy to verify it's gone.
However maybe you have enough info as in "pm's" pulled from this forum to your email client to get your old account banned ?

Good advise on removing important messages from your inbox.  Cool

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July 10, 2018, 05:12:10 PM
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My bitmaster1x account was hacked. Looking over btcointalk.org security protocol, it is pretty weak as it does not send a confirmation link to original email before the profile email or password can be changed. I made the suggestion that they should implement it, but I doubt anything will come of it. Luckily, I've locked the account before any damage could be done. Anyone's account is prone to being hacked.
Same happened to me thanks to "leaked" db of this "great" forum.
And although I have a static ip it's no good to either get your account back or get it banned.
Strange since many courts accept a static ip as evidence.

I doubt I'll get the account back since they require that you sign a bitcoin address that you've posted on the forum in past. 98% of people (myself included) on here don't post their bitcoin address on this forum. Otherwise they just ignore the request.

I just view any account on this forum will at some point become disposable due to weak security / protocols. Definitely would not send or keep any sensitive info or important info in the so called private messages.
I have read that info, there us a special thread about it and as you wrote, without BTC addy to verify it's gone.
However maybe you have enough info as in "pm's" pulled from this forum to your email client to get your old account banned ?

Good advise on removing important messages from your inbox.  Cool

In their own statement, they can't be bothered with it. So, I just write that off. I did however, left it open were if they reset the email or simply unlock the account and I can regain access to it myself, but I doubt they'll do neither. If they do, then great. If they don't, it doesn't really make any difference except for being a slight annoyance.

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July 11, 2018, 01:11:51 AM
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An argument outside the context and the last arguments but I would like to know why a project like this should be kept low? What is the true purpose of this project? When I started in the crypto one of the first coins I thought of investing was this and now I have doubts about investing. Yet can we consider technical adjustments necessary to strengthen the structure of the currency? Do these updates affect the currency?
What exactly are you trying to ask?

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July 11, 2018, 05:04:54 PM
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My bitmaster1x account was hacked. Looking over btcointalk.org security protocol, it is pretty weak as it does not send a confirmation link to original email before the profile email or password can be changed. I made the suggestion that they should implement it, but I doubt anything will come of it. Luckily, I've locked the account before any damage could be done. Anyone's account is prone to being hacked.
Same happened to me thanks to "leaked" db of this "great" forum.
And although I have a static ip it's no good to either get your account back or get it banned.
Strange since many courts accept a static ip as evidence.

I doubt I'll get the account back since they require that you sign a bitcoin address that you've posted on the forum in past. 98% of people (myself included) on here don't post their bitcoin address on this forum. Otherwise they just ignore the request.

I just view any account on this forum will at some point become disposable due to weak security / protocols. Definitely would not send or keep any sensitive info or important info in the so called private messages.
I have read that info, there us a special thread about it and as you wrote, without BTC addy to verify it's gone.
However maybe you have enough info as in "pm's" pulled from this forum to your email client to get your old account banned ?

Good advise on removing important messages from your inbox.  Cool

In their own statement, they can't be bothered with it. So, I just write that off. I did however, left it open were if they reset the email or simply unlock the account and I can regain access to it myself, but I doubt they'll do neither. If they do, then great. If they don't, it doesn't really make any difference except for being a slight annoyance.
Can't really complain either since this forum is for free.
This might be usefull :
"Check if you have an account that has been compromised in a data breach"
https://haveibeenpwned.com/

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July 11, 2018, 07:34:26 PM
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My bitmaster1x account was hacked. Looking over btcointalk.org security protocol, it is pretty weak as it does not send a confirmation link to original email before the profile email or password can be changed. I made the suggestion that they should implement it, but I doubt anything will come of it. Luckily, I've locked the account before any damage could be done. Anyone's account is prone to being hacked.
Same happened to me thanks to "leaked" db of this "great" forum.
And although I have a static ip it's no good to either get your account back or get it banned.
Strange since many courts accept a static ip as evidence.

I doubt I'll get the account back since they require that you sign a bitcoin address that you've posted on the forum in past. 98% of people (myself included) on here don't post their bitcoin address on this forum. Otherwise they just ignore the request.

I just view any account on this forum will at some point become disposable due to weak security / protocols. Definitely would not send or keep any sensitive info or important info in the so called private messages.
I have read that info, there us a special thread about it and as you wrote, without BTC addy to verify it's gone.
However maybe you have enough info as in "pm's" pulled from this forum to your email client to get your old account banned ?

Good advise on removing important messages from your inbox.  Cool

In their own statement, they can't be bothered with it. So, I just write that off. I did however, left it open were if they reset the email or simply unlock the account and I can regain access to it myself, but I doubt they'll do neither. If they do, then great. If they don't, it doesn't really make any difference except for being a slight annoyance.
Can't really complain either since this forum is for free.
This might be usefull :
"Check if you have an account that has been compromised in a data breach"
https://haveibeenpwned.com/

Good find.

There's really nothing that the end user can do as far as prevention since the breach is on the bitcointalk website's end. So, it's pretty much use, until someone breaches it. So it's just a matter of when.

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July 11, 2018, 09:04:22 PM
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My bitmaster1x account was hacked. Looking over btcointalk.org security protocol, it is pretty weak as it does not send a confirmation link to original email before the profile email or password can be changed. I made the suggestion that they should implement it, but I doubt anything will come of it. Luckily, I've locked the account before any damage could be done. Anyone's account is prone to being hacked.
Same happened to me thanks to "leaked" db of this "great" forum.
And although I have a static ip it's no good to either get your account back or get it banned.
Strange since many courts accept a static ip as evidence.

I doubt I'll get the account back since they require that you sign a bitcoin address that you've posted on the forum in past. 98% of people (myself included) on here don't post their bitcoin address on this forum. Otherwise they just ignore the request.

I just view any account on this forum will at some point become disposable due to weak security / protocols. Definitely would not send or keep any sensitive info or important info in the so called private messages.
I have read that info, there us a special thread about it and as you wrote, without BTC addy to verify it's gone.
However maybe you have enough info as in "pm's" pulled from this forum to your email client to get your old account banned ?

Good advise on removing important messages from your inbox.  Cool

In their own statement, they can't be bothered with it. So, I just write that off. I did however, left it open were if they reset the email or simply unlock the account and I can regain access to it myself, but I doubt they'll do neither. If they do, then great. If they don't, it doesn't really make any difference except for being a slight annoyance.
Can't really complain either since this forum is for free.
This might be usefull :
"Check if you have an account that has been compromised in a data breach"
https://haveibeenpwned.com/

Good find.

There's really nothing that the end user can do as far as prevention since the breach is on the bitcointalk website's end. So, it's pretty much use, until someone breaches it. So it's just a matter of when.
Looks like it.
One thing is for sure that most users think that they made some mistake or have an infected machine while in reality it was a security breach of some site or in this case BTCtalk.

In line with this how can you tell whether your exchange account was indeed hacked or that the exchange simply ripped your account.
Seems to me a user never can prove anything either way.
I wonder how often an exchange would do that, once in while simply rip a clients account...

https://haveibeenpwned.com/
Indeed thanks for posting. I already found that some of my email accounts are registered as leaked.
Have chenged my passwords.

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July 11, 2018, 10:37:00 PM
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My bitmaster1x account was hacked. Looking over btcointalk.org security protocol, it is pretty weak as it does not send a confirmation link to original email before the profile email or password can be changed. I made the suggestion that they should implement it, but I doubt anything will come of it. Luckily, I've locked the account before any damage could be done. Anyone's account is prone to being hacked.
Same happened to me thanks to "leaked" db of this "great" forum.
And although I have a static ip it's no good to either get your account back or get it banned.
Strange since many courts accept a static ip as evidence.

I doubt I'll get the account back since they require that you sign a bitcoin address that you've posted on the forum in past. 98% of people (myself included) on here don't post their bitcoin address on this forum. Otherwise they just ignore the request.

I just view any account on this forum will at some point become disposable due to weak security / protocols. Definitely would not send or keep any sensitive info or important info in the so called private messages.
I have read that info, there us a special thread about it and as you wrote, without BTC addy to verify it's gone.
However maybe you have enough info as in "pm's" pulled from this forum to your email client to get your old account banned ?

Good advise on removing important messages from your inbox.  Cool

In their own statement, they can't be bothered with it. So, I just write that off. I did however, left it open were if they reset the email or simply unlock the account and I can regain access to it myself, but I doubt they'll do neither. If they do, then great. If they don't, it doesn't really make any difference except for being a slight annoyance.
Can't really complain either since this forum is for free.
This might be usefull :
"Check if you have an account that has been compromised in a data breach"
https://haveibeenpwned.com/

Good find.

There's really nothing that the end user can do as far as prevention since the breach is on the bitcointalk website's end. So, it's pretty much use, until someone breaches it. So it's just a matter of when.
Looks like it.
One thing is for sure that most users think that they made some mistake or have an infected machine while in reality it was a security breach of some site or in this case BTCtalk.

In line with this how can you tell whether your exchange account was indeed hacked or that the exchange simply ripped your account.
Seems to me a user never can prove anything either way.
I wonder how often an exchange would do that, once in while simply rip a clients account...

https://haveibeenpwned.com/
Indeed thanks for posting. I already found that some of my email accounts are registered as leaked.
Have chenged my passwords.

It wouldn't be so bad if they would fix the security issues, especially if you give them simple solution suggestions, but it does not seem like they will. Sadly. At least now there won't be any surprises in the future as we know where things stand. Though I'm sure there will be more similar posts like this by others throughout the forum going forward and the result will be the same lack of action.

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July 15, 2018, 06:51:35 AM
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Introducing the Crypto-city #Hyperstake #Outreach Program.  

1000 HYP coins to 1000 people around the world through the sharing of #crypto #education.
https://www.crypto-city.com/index.php/blog/309/crypto-city-hyperstake-hyp-outreach-program/



Feel FREE to do your own promotions to help spread HYP in your daily life. You don't need permission from anyone, it belongs to everyone. : Cool

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