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September 09, 2014, 02:18:12 PM
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Hello scammer...


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Good catch.


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September 09, 2014, 02:23:40 PM
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damn this is a very interesting thread:))
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September 09, 2014, 02:24:26 PM
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I like how people think posting a pastebin means people will send them 12.5 bitcoin  Grin
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September 09, 2014, 02:25:34 PM
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I have seen numerous of these around:

http://pastebin.com/mpPirbSr

or

http://bitbin.it/sOjcnNkd

or I have seen 4 other addresses.  I think people are just posting these to try and get a payday.  None of them seem to be for the same address lol
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haha bl4ckw00d got owned Kiss
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September 09, 2014, 02:30:51 PM
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I have seen numerous of these around:

http://pastebin.com/mpPirbSr

or

http://bitbin.it/sOjcnNkd

or I have seen 4 other addresses.  I think people are just posting these to try and get a payday.  None of them seem to be for the same address lol
Hello scammer...


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September 09, 2014, 02:30:53 PM
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I have seen numerous of these around:

http://pastebin.com/mpPirbSr

or

http://bitbin.it/sOjcnNkd

or I have seen 4 other addresses.  I think people are just posting these to try and get a payday.  None of them seem to be for the same address lol
Hello scammer...


haha bl4ckw00d got owned Kiss

We have a very elite set of  trained arm chair detectives in this forum. and he thought he would get away with it.

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September 09, 2014, 02:32:56 PM
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A lot of people here seem to be thinking it doesn't make sense for Satoshi to just stop posting, leaving emails unpurged etc.
I hope this throws some light on that.

Some facts about terminating a throw away identity:

On the crypto lists back in the 90's we already knew that Carnivore was recording email contents at ISP's under gag orders, Enigma was operating, and data recorded at choke points into and out of major land masses. You also knew there were copies everywhere, in backups, in other peoples email accounts as well as their backups, etc.

From the day you created an alias like this, you would be ensuring there was nothing linking it to your real ID, and if you screwed up it was already too late to fix.
Exit from the alias then didn't require a 'last login' to purge email, and in fact that might have been more dangerous (if you were terminating it because you suspected surveillance)

Satoshi might not have been around then, but we're sure he read that stuff carefully since that was when the building blocks for bitcoin were created, and the early attempts at digital cash were tried.
His security mind set may not have been created then but was surely influenced by those discussions.

So, no need to be thinking he was careless or must have died to leave things as he did.
It was the exit plan all along.
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September 09, 2014, 02:36:39 PM
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If this hacker could possibly have found any of Satoshi's private keys then we would have seen the coins being moved to new addresses pretty quickly. Either by the hacker or Satoshi to ensure they have sole ownership.

Interesting stuff - could pave the way to Satoshi making a legitimate reappearance Smiley  



{private thoughts}

please please please lets this turn into the scene from Sirens of Titian.

{/private thoughts}



yes yes, a reappearance could spark some sort of rallying around the man... no?

of course we'd need an official spokes person has anyone predicted Satoshi's return?

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September 09, 2014, 02:39:21 PM
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If this hacker could possibly have found any of Satoshi's private keys then we would have seen the coins being moved to new addresses pretty quickly. Either by the hacker or Satoshi to ensure they have sole ownership.

Interesting stuff - could pave the way to Satoshi making a legitimate reappearance Smiley  



{private thoughts}

please please please lets this turn into the scene from Sirens of Titian.

{/private thoughts}



yes yes, a reappearance could spark some sort of rallying around the man... no?

of course we'd need an official spokes person has anyone predicted Satoshi's return?



havnt you read revelations?

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September 09, 2014, 02:40:45 PM
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I have seen numerous of these around:

http://pastebin.com/mpPirbSr

or

http://bitbin.it/sOjcnNkd

or I have seen 4 other addresses.  I think people are just posting these to try and get a payday.  None of them seem to be for the same address lol
Hello scammer...


Let's give this guy a nice amount of negative trust.
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September 09, 2014, 02:41:55 PM
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A lot of people here seem to be thinking it doesn't make sense for Satoshi to just stop posting, leaving emails unpurged etc.
I hope this throws some light on that.

Some facts about terminating a throw away identity:

On the crypto lists back in the 90's we already knew that Carnivore was recording email contents at ISP's under gag orders, Enigma was operating, and data recorded at choke points into and out of major land masses. You also knew there were copies everywhere, in backups, in other peoples email accounts as well as their backups, etc.

From the day you created an alias like this, you would be ensuring there was nothing linking it to your real ID, and if you screwed up it was already too late to fix.
Exit from the alias then didn't require a 'last login' to purge email, and in fact that might have been more dangerous (if you were terminating it because you suspected surveillance)

Satoshi might not have been around then, but we're sure he read that stuff carefully since that was when the building blocks for bitcoin were created, and the early attempts at digital cash were tried.
His security mind set may not have been created then but was surely influenced by those discussions.

So, no need to be thinking he was careless or must have died to leave things as he did.
It was the exit plan all along.

That's it, but many people don't understand his cleverness.
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September 09, 2014, 02:42:12 PM
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I have seen numerous of these around:

http://pastebin.com/mpPirbSr

or

http://bitbin.it/sOjcnNkd

or I have seen 4 other addresses.  I think people are just posting these to try and get a payday.  None of them seem to be for the same address lol
Hello scammer...


Let's give this guy a nice amount of negative trust.

link to his trust page to make it easier for every one Smiley

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September 09, 2014, 02:44:04 PM
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Nice catch JackJack, keep it up. Razerglass asked for a link to Bl4ckw00d's trust page so here it is: Bl4ckw00d's trust summary

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September 09, 2014, 02:44:53 PM
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Hot thread Grin

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September 09, 2014, 02:46:04 PM
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Nice catch JackJack, keep it up. Razerglass asked for a link to Bl4ckw00d's trust page so here it is: Bl4ckw00d's trust summary

now you can call me a negative person. trust feedback left. what a dumbass. lol @ his signature

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September 09, 2014, 02:47:38 PM
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If the markets and media see this as negative news for Bitcoin, then the timing linked to Apple announcements of a new payment system is very suspect.

Don't use that...Use this.

Apple "innovation" is the same turd wrapped in different (more expensive) plastic.

Australians have been using "Pay pass" for that turd for quite a while, i'd doubt they (or anyone else) are going to move to the (now lego person known compromised) thing  with the battery that lasts less than one day.

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September 09, 2014, 02:52:02 PM
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Nice catch JackJack, keep it up. Razerglass asked for a link to Bl4ckw00d's trust page so here it is: Bl4ckw00d's trust summary

Only 2 negative trusts? Do we even not care to bang scammers around here?
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September 09, 2014, 02:55:57 PM
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Nice catch JackJack, keep it up. Razerglass asked for a link to Bl4ckw00d's trust page so here it is: Bl4ckw00d's trust summary

Only 2 negative trusts? Do we even not care to bang scammers around here?


lazyness... copy and paste the reference its not that hard

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September 09, 2014, 02:57:26 PM
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All this p2pfoundation hack AND hacking gmx AND the wired story about selling Satoshis identity for 12000USD makes no sense to me. He could get ALOT more from SN if he really knows his identity and SN was alive and trying to hide. Is he really that dumb?

Blackmail is illegal in most places around the world. I'm guessing the hacker should give up now and walk away while this is still relatively trivial.

I doubt any hacker who is arrogant enough to call Satoshi a fool... also someone who was able to force their way in to an email account that was no doubt under attack for 5 years+ would worry about being discovered... if anything he would love the challenge

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September 09, 2014, 02:58:58 PM
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Nice catch JackJack, keep it up. Razerglass asked for a link to Bl4ckw00d's trust page so here it is: Bl4ckw00d's trust summary

Only 2 negative trusts? Do we even not care to bang scammers around here?

dude,  the whole forum, look around....

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