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September 08, 2014, 11:26:05 PM
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Does not Theymos or Gavin have control to this sourceforge repository ? Its now pointing to an insane website buttcoin.org !!! Its good if it can be restored fast and care taken to secure the Github repository.

"Satoshi" removed the other maintainers. The SourceForge administrators will need to fix it.

There's no particular risk to the Github repository. Satoshi doesn't have any special access there.

While commits can be reverted, the binary at sourceforce can be temporarily replaced with a tampered one. It has not been updated for now, but it is a possibility. I don't know the rate of downloads, but still is worth considering.

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September 08, 2014, 11:26:42 PM
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interesting how it wasn't used to cause a massive dump.

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September 08, 2014, 11:28:16 PM
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Any chance this is all FUD because of all the good news today for Bitcoin!

Apple striking back ?

I think it's a hacker who owns a large amount of Bitcoin himself and doesn't wish to actually hurt bitcoin, as he could of done truly worse things...like pretend that satoshi was going to sell off his bitcoins which would cause a immense price drop.

If he does own a lot he could also have pretended to be Satoshi and released a message that destroyed the private keys to 99% of his mined Bitcoin. Instantly the price would have spiked up quite violently.
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September 08, 2014, 11:28:38 PM
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This is big news

No, its rather the opposite.

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September 08, 2014, 11:29:28 PM
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September 08, 2014, 11:30:19 PM
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I hope the guy says he will dump 3 million. Cheap Bitcoins!

Everyone already knows he's not real Satoshi.
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September 08, 2014, 11:30:38 PM
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September 08, 2014, 11:31:20 PM
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Obviously Satoshi's wallet is not compromised, because this guy wouldn't be making posts.
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September 08, 2014, 11:31:33 PM
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Any chance this is all FUD because of all the good news today for Bitcoin!

Apple striking back ?

I think it's a hacker who owns a large amount of Bitcoin himself and doesn't wish to actually hurt bitcoin, as he could of done truly worse things...like pretend that satoshi was going to sell off his bitcoins which would cause a immense price drop.

If he does own a lot he could also have pretended to be Satoshi and released a message that destroyed the private keys to 99% of his mined Bitcoin. Instantly the price would have spiked up quite violently.
How exactly does one release a message that proves the destruction of ones private key?
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September 08, 2014, 11:32:45 PM
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Any chance this is all FUD because of all the good news today for Bitcoin!

Apple striking back ?

I think it's a hacker who owns a large amount of Bitcoin himself and doesn't wish to actually hurt bitcoin, as he could of done truly worse things...like pretend that satoshi was going to sell off his bitcoins which would cause a immense price drop.

If he does own a lot he could also have pretended to be Satoshi and released a message that destroyed the private keys to 99% of his mined Bitcoin. Instantly the price would have spiked up quite violently.
How exactly does one release a message that proves the destruction of ones private key?
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Not proving it, just claiming it. Back with the Dorian message the vast majority seemed convinced it was him. Satoshi has quite the Messiah status.
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September 08, 2014, 11:32:55 PM
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Any chance this is all FUD because of all the good news today for Bitcoin!

Apple striking back ?

I think it's a hacker who owns a large amount of Bitcoin himself and doesn't wish to actually hurt bitcoin, as he could of done truly worse things...like pretend that satoshi was going to sell off his bitcoins which would cause a immense price drop.

If he does own a lot he could also have pretended to be Satoshi and released a message that destroyed the private keys to 99% of his mined Bitcoin. Instantly the price would have spiked up quite violently.
How exactly does one release a message that proves the destruction of ones private key?
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Wonder if that private key is contained in there ... that could be epic
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September 08, 2014, 11:33:40 PM
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yeah I don't think satoshi would be emailing himself his own private keys somehow.

Call me crazy, but I imagine that he has them in cold storage

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September 08, 2014, 11:35:53 PM
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who ever it is they don't seem to like bitcoin from there post on www.buttcoin.org lol

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September 08, 2014, 11:37:23 PM
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Any chance this is all FUD because of all the good news today for Bitcoin!

Apple striking back ?

I think it's a hacker who owns a large amount of Bitcoin himself and doesn't wish to actually hurt bitcoin, as he could of done truly worse things...like pretend that satoshi was going to sell off his bitcoins which would cause a immense price drop.

If he does own a lot he could also have pretended to be Satoshi and released a message that destroyed the private keys to 99% of his mined Bitcoin. Instantly the price would have spiked up quite violently.
How exactly does one release a message that proves the destruction of ones private key?
Huh

Wonder if that private key is contained in there ... that could be epic

Extremely unlikely (as much that I'm ignoring the possibility). If that would be the case that would most definitely NOT be "epic"
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September 08, 2014, 11:38:50 PM
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Any chance this is all FUD because of all the good news today for Bitcoin!

Apple striking back ?

I think it's a hacker who owns a large amount of Bitcoin himself and doesn't wish to actually hurt bitcoin, as he could of done truly worse things...like pretend that satoshi was going to sell off his bitcoins which would cause a immense price drop.

If he does own a lot he could also have pretended to be Satoshi and released a message that destroyed the private keys to 99% of his mined Bitcoin. Instantly the price would have spiked up quite violently.
How exactly does one release a message that proves the destruction of ones private key?
Huh

Wonder if that private key is contained in there ... that could be epic

U may be dead sure that the Pvt key is not there. The new "Satoshi" has asked for coins from theymos and then gone rampant to vandalize Sourceforge repo out of frustration. He's trying to take down the price as much as possible and buy as much as possible. Rise and Rise of Bitcoin is going to release by the end of this year and we'll see a price rally after that. So everyone, get as much coins as possible in your pocket when it is cheap. Smiley

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September 08, 2014, 11:42:35 PM
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Does not Theymos or Gavin have control to this sourceforge repository ? Its now pointing to an insane website buttcoin.org !!! Its good if it can be restored fast and care taken to secure the Github repository.

"Satoshi" removed the other maintainers. The SourceForge administrators will need to fix it.

There's no particular risk to the Github repository. Satoshi doesn't have any special access there.

While commits can be reverted, the binary at sourceforce can be temporarily replaced with a tampered one. It has not been updated for now, but it is a possibility. I don't know the rate of downloads, but still is worth considering.

Good move, disabling the links. Never too cautious, especially when the whole fucking world seems to want this project to fail  Undecided

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September 08, 2014, 11:43:56 PM
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Any chance this is all FUD because of all the good news today for Bitcoin!

Apple striking back ?

I think it's a hacker who owns a large amount of Bitcoin himself and doesn't wish to actually hurt bitcoin, as he could of done truly worse things...like pretend that satoshi was going to sell off his bitcoins which would cause a immense price drop.

If he does own a lot he could also have pretended to be Satoshi and released a message that destroyed the private keys to 99% of his mined Bitcoin. Instantly the price would have spiked up quite violently.
How exactly does one release a message that proves the destruction of ones private key?
Huh

Wonder if that private key is contained in there ... that could be epic

U may be dead sure that the Pvt key is not there. The new "Satoshi" has asked for coins from theymos and then gone rampant to vandalize Sourceforge repo out of frustration. He's trying to take down the price as much as possible and buy as much as possible. Rise and Rise of Bitcoin is going to release by the end of this year and we'll see a price rally after that. So everyone, get as much coins as possible in your pocket when it is cheap. Smiley

Not a bad idea.  Buy up before this "hacker" does (using the term loosely).  Any cheap buys you get deprive him of some.  The sheeple and gullible will sell into this.

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September 08, 2014, 11:44:03 PM
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When satoshi walked away, he could have done a little better job of locking the door behind himself.



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September 08, 2014, 11:44:47 PM
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At least it is clear that the 'I am not Dorian' post was not by Satoshi. That made no sense at all.

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September 08, 2014, 11:48:16 PM
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