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November 04, 2014, 09:03:35 PM
Last edit: November 04, 2014, 10:04:35 PM by mczarnek
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This is HUGE  Shocked   Price should skyrocket  Smiley

I would hope so but if it does then it should happen a few days after.   Grin
Keep in mind this is a Nxt clone, Nxt has tons of supporters and just like Burst can take from Nxt, Nxt can take from Burst... then Nxt benefits more than Burst does.

Also, here's my issue with this big update to add subscriptions, why would I agree to a subscription when the price could fluctuate by a factor of 3 or more between payouts?  I wouldn't even use a Bitcoin subscription, let alone any alt coin's subscription feature.. not until the price very much stabilizes.

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November 04, 2014, 09:11:39 PM
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crap, just 15 minutes late

BurstcoinWalletReleaseParty-1.1.5-PasswordIs:VW

don't worry, somebody bot-hacked all accounts already

Yup seems like it, I spent over 25 minutes trying all those combos and finally got one....  to open up to 0 balance.

Like soloing and getting a 89 deadline, but someone else solve it with a 23 deadline.  

you need to increase your stagger size to get faster

I will next time.  Already running the optimizer on most of my plots. 

Edit: anyway how would increasing the stagger size help? higher stagger size means reading the plots faster, but not getting a smaller deadline.

It doesn't. But you have a chance to find an even better deadline if you are faster than that 23 sec. (If you have that deadline, obviously).
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November 04, 2014, 09:13:36 PM
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wow

TX 11143444966624429823
BURST-XP3R-XV7U-CTNA-66G5R ▶
BURST-YKME-ETDL-Y4M6-GS2CW ◀
16.32K


Why me get 16.32k coin have no idea unless from broken pool sending out missing coins


What pool u on?

The pool I was mining on is http://mine.burstcoin.info

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November 04, 2014, 09:24:39 PM
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wow

TX 11143444966624429823
BURST-XP3R-XV7U-CTNA-66G5R ▶
BURST-YKME-ETDL-Y4M6-GS2CW ◀
16.32K


Why me get 16.32k coin have no idea unless from broken pool sending out missing coins


What pool u on?

The pool I was mining on is http://mine.burstcoin.info

Changed to failover url burst.ga
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November 04, 2014, 10:18:19 PM
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wow

TX 11143444966624429823
BURST-XP3R-XV7U-CTNA-66G5R ▶
BURST-YKME-ETDL-Y4M6-GS2CW ◀
16.32K


Why me get 16.32k coin have no idea unless from broken pool sending out missing coins


What pool u on?

The pool I was mining on is http://mine.burstcoin.info

Changed to failover url burst.ga

Working on buying a dedicated server in a data center right now with which to host the new main pool. The backup pool server will then be rebuilt, reinstalled, and fully secured for the backup server functionality.

As of right now we're up and running, and still need more people, but I'm not going to do any more giveaways until everything is back stable like it was for 3 days before this recent main server mishap.



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November 04, 2014, 10:33:27 PM
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crap, just 15 minutes late

BurstcoinWalletReleaseParty-1.1.5-PasswordIs:VW

don't worry, somebody bot-hacked all accounts already

Yup seems like it, I spent over 25 minutes trying all those combos and finally got one....  to open up to 0 balance.

Like soloing and getting a 89 deadline, but someone else solve it with a 23 deadline. 

you need to increase your stagger size to get faster


I had a 1 deadline today on one of the pc's.  Not entirely sure if it is a display bug or for real, but i got the block alright. (displaying deadlines is done by my own hack to the wallet)  The miner never got a deadline: response from the wallet it seems

deadline of 1 is a new record, the fastest i've ever had was a deadline of 2.

unfortunately it took the pc (it's the slowest pc i have) 1.5 minutes to even get to the file with that deadline so the block was taken after 90 seconds.

having a field day today, solomined and found 7 blocks ....  Seems like i've gotten windows based mining to work in a sort of semi-stable-controlled-ongoing-crash kind of way.
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November 04, 2014, 11:34:42 PM
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Plot Optimizer v1.6

Per FakeAccount's suggestion, I have added an option to not delete the original plot file. When I have more time, I will organize the order of the parameter list better. The new option is used with a -del 1 to delete the original file or -del 0 to keep the original file and is placed before the memory used option. If you do not include a -del parameter, the default will delete the original file.

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November 05, 2014, 12:03:30 AM
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So, i don't know if anyone has had any security issues after updating, but I updated to burst 1.1.5 last night, and woke up this morning to all my burst missing from my wallet. I had about 9.8k that I've managed to mine with a measly 2TB, and after tracking it on the blockchain I've come up with this address:
http://burst.cryptoport.io/acc/BURST-FRNC-8G44-FNQP-AEQFS

who then forwarded my almost 10k, as well a substantial amount of burst (about 470k) to this address:
http://burst.cryptoport.io/acc/BURST-68JV-2EAW-WDRB-FKZ4Y

Where it is now sitting. Any attempts by me to track down that address (and an IP that it is currently running on) have been futile thus far, and I know that in the crypto game seldom will i recover what has been stolen, but I still implore that if anyone has the skills to trace this kind of thing, please help me, I'll be happy to split what I used to hold with you if you can recover it.

Please and thank you in advance.
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So, i don't know if anyone has had any security issues after updating, but I updated to burst 1.1.5 last night, and woke up this morning to all my burst missing from my wallet. I had about 9.8k that I've managed to mine with a measly 2TB, and after tracking it on the blockchain I've come up with this address:
http://burst.cryptoport.io/acc/BURST-FRNC-8G44-FNQP-AEQFS

who then forwarded my almost 10k, as well a substantial amount of burst (about 470k) to this address:
http://burst.cryptoport.io/acc/BURST-68JV-2EAW-WDRB-FKZ4Y

Where it is now sitting. Any attempts by me to track down that address (and an IP that it is currently running on) have been futile thus far, and I know that in the crypto game seldom will i recover what has been stolen, but I still implore that if anyone has the skills to trace this kind of thing, please help me, I'll be happy to split what I used to hold with you if you can recover it.

Please and thank you in advance.

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Did you download any software recently?  Particularly crypto related?  Maybe input your password into a mining pool?  A password that long should be quite secure against hacking without someone reading it off of your machine or you giving it to someone.  Just wondering how the thief could have gotten it.  Either that or maybe there is a hack in the wallet.. anyone check anything into source code that wasn't well tested?

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November 05, 2014, 01:31:24 AM
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So, i don't know if anyone has had any security issues after updating, but I updated to burst 1.1.5 last night, and woke up this morning to all my burst missing from my wallet. I had about 9.8k that I've managed to mine with a measly 2TB, and after tracking it on the blockchain I've come up with this address:
http://burst.cryptoport.io/acc/BURST-FRNC-8G44-FNQP-AEQFS

who then forwarded my almost 10k, as well a substantial amount of burst (about 470k) to this address:
http://burst.cryptoport.io/acc/BURST-68JV-2EAW-WDRB-FKZ4Y

Where it is now sitting. Any attempts by me to track down that address (and an IP that it is currently running on) have been futile thus far, and I know that in the crypto game seldom will i recover what has been stolen, but I still implore that if anyone has the skills to trace this kind of thing, please help me, I'll be happy to split what I used to hold with you if you can recover it.

Please and thank you in advance.

I unfortunately just lost 30k burst to this same address. I dont no what the hell happened. I am pissed. Let me know if anyone finds a solution that was essentially all my coin.

I also upgraded to the 1.1.5 last nite. If you look at the transaction A LOT of people lost their coin recently.
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November 05, 2014, 01:52:25 AM
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How do you guys store your passwords?  Nothing you could have done with it or software recently downloaded?

And seriously, how many people reviewed the source code?  Only burstcoin?

If it's an issue with the algorithm or something this could be bad.. reminds me of the early Nxt hack where some guy discovered he could empty the wallet of anyone who'd ever sent him money.  LUCKILY, he was a great guy and reported it an it was fixed up but that's my biggest worry when investing into a new coin.. bugs or potential hacks.

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November 05, 2014, 01:57:22 AM
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So, i don't know if anyone has had any security issues after updating, but I updated to burst 1.1.5 last night, and woke up this morning to all my burst missing from my wallet. I had about 9.8k that I've managed to mine with a measly 2TB, and after tracking it on the blockchain I've come up with this address:
http://burst.cryptoport.io/acc/BURST-FRNC-8G44-FNQP-AEQFS

who then forwarded my almost 10k, as well a substantial amount of burst (about 470k) to this address:
http://burst.cryptoport.io/acc/BURST-68JV-2EAW-WDRB-FKZ4Y

Where it is now sitting. Any attempts by me to track down that address (and an IP that it is currently running on) have been futile thus far, and I know that in the crypto game seldom will i recover what has been stolen, but I still implore that if anyone has the skills to trace this kind of thing, please help me, I'll be happy to split what I used to hold with you if you can recover it.

Please and thank you in advance.

I unfortunately just lost 30k burst to this same address. I dont no what the hell happened. I am pissed. Let me know if anyone finds a solution that was essentially all my coin.

I also upgraded to the 1.1.5 last nite. If you look at the transaction A LOT of people lost their coin recently.

Could ppl who lost the coins write which Burst-related software they were using recently, on which OS and was the software compiled from source code or binaries.
Let's try to find which one had the trojan. I've checked the diff of the latest wallet when upgrading, seen no suspicious changes.


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Could ppl who lost the coins write which Burst-related software they were using recently, on which OS and was the software compiled from source code or binaries.
Let's try to find which one had the trojan. I've checked the diff of the latest wallet when upgrading, seen no suspicious changes.

And could've been a non-burst wallet or software.  Odds are it'd be within the crypto community given that most don't know about Burst.. or maybe they were even targeting Nxt and if a hacker can find the Nxt wallet, he can find probably find Burst, given the similarity.

Though again.. it comes down to how you were storing your passwords, since the wallet shouldn't be storing passwords.. so even if you find the wallet it doesn't lead to passwords, unless you were holding passwords in a file in the same folder?  We had someone lose 6 million Nxt that way..

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November 05, 2014, 02:22:41 AM
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Though again.. it comes down to how you were storing your passwords, since the wallet shouldn't be storing passwords.. so even if you find the wallet it doesn't lead to passwords, unless you were holding passwords in a file in the same folder?  We had someone lose 6 million Nxt that way..

Most miners require storing a passhprase in simple .txt file in the same folder as the miner when solo mining, so it's pretty easy to steal. Sad

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Though again.. it comes down to how you were storing your passwords, since the wallet shouldn't be storing passwords.. so even if you find the wallet it doesn't lead to passwords, unless you were holding passwords in a file in the same folder?  We had someone lose 6 million Nxt that way..

Most miners require storing a passhprase in simple .txt file in the same folder as the miner when solo mining, so it's pretty easy to steal. Sad



I recently switched to mining on cryptomining.farm and upgraded to use blago's latest burst miner 1.141101 (from zip not compiled myself). As for my passphrase the txt file containing it is not in the same folder as the wallet.
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November 05, 2014, 02:57:13 AM
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And seriously, how many people reviewed the source code?  Only burstcoin?

I reviewed the diff with NXT in detail at 1.1.3 or so.  Found nothing nefarious.  Actually, a lot of it is undoing the NXT premine, which is kind of anti-nefarious. Smiley
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...I still implore that if anyone has the skills to trace this kind of thing, please help me, I'll be happy to split what I used to hold with you if you can recover it.

I unfortunately just lost 30k burst to this same address. I dont no what the hell happened. I am pissed. Let me know if anyone finds a solution that was essentially all my coin.

How did you choose your passwords?  The prime suspect in these kinds of losses is always a weak password.  It's a flaw of the NXT approach which burst has inherited.
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can anyone explain this

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...I still implore that if anyone has the skills to trace this kind of thing, please help me, I'll be happy to split what I used to hold with you if you can recover it.

I unfortunately just lost 30k burst to this same address. I dont no what the hell happened. I am pissed. Let me know if anyone finds a solution that was essentially all my coin.

How did you choose your passwords?  The prime suspect in these kinds of losses is always a weak password.  It's a flaw of the NXT approach which burst has inherited.

Nxt is more secure now.. when Nxt first launched you had to pick your own passwords.. when people pick single dictionary word passwords.. that's a problem.  It's a reason the wallet now forces you to choose a new password the way it does.

I reviewed the diff with NXT in detail at 1.1.3 or so.  Found nothing nefarious.  Actually, a lot of it is undoing the NXT premine, which is kind of anti-nefarious. Smiley

Good that you reviewed the diff Smiley

NXT wasn't premined, it was IPOed!  BCNext should have waited longer and allowed more people to get in but I actually think it's a very fair way to start a proof of stake currency.


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Try redownloading the blockchain?
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