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January 21, 2015, 03:21:42 AM
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I guess if a dev is stealing code, lying and saying they made it, and having multiple vulnerabilities, what should one do.  Is it fudding to reveal that?  I wish vior no ill will, but i'm tired of ICO scams that have no real innovation.

How do you know they steal the code? what evidence do you have? What if they license it?  How can you find vulnerabilities with a closed source ?

It's seems you have nothing valuable to do, looking at your post history almost 2-3 pages are on viorcoin thread.

Where's your opal drive, marketplace source? The only driver in opalcoin is speculation compared to viorcoin that has a phone network which calling credit can be bought with viorcoin.


im willing to pay him for his so called bug, ill release it  to the dev and let him figure it out.

if he doesnt release we will know what is what.

I'm just tired of his BS and his lack of respect for other coin community. The whole alt coin is very small and i am sure some of viorcoin users are holding opal as well. Which scam has vior dev committed, who are you to judge? So far he has delivered all what he promised during ico and added more "i'm tired of ICO scams that have no real innovation."
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January 21, 2015, 03:24:01 AM
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I guess if a dev is stealing code, lying and saying they made it, and having multiple vulnerabilities, what should one do.  Is it fudding to reveal that?  I wish vior no ill will, but i'm tired of ICO scams that have no real innovation.

How do you know they steal the code? what evidence do you have? What if they license it?  How can you find vulnerabilities with a closed source ?

It's seems you have nothing valuable to do, looking at your post history almost 2-3 pages are on viorcoin thread.

Where's your opal drive, marketplace source? The only driver in opalcoin is speculation compared to viorcoin that has a phone network which calling credit can be bought with viorcoin.




im willing to pay him for his so called bug, ill release it  to the dev and let him figure it out.

if he doesnt release we will know what is what.

I'm just tired of his BS and his lack of respect for other coin community. The whole alt coin is very small and i am sure some of viorcoin users are holding opal as well. Which scam has vior dev committed, who are you to judge? So far he has delivered all what he promised during ico and added more "i'm tired of ICO scams that have no real innovation."
he is a real piece of work that is for sure, but im calling him on his shit, lets see how this goes.


 
 
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January 21, 2015, 03:54:47 AM
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Here's a reason: With opal you can transfer and store files at 1/8th the cost of dropbox or mega.  More people use storage than Voip.  You can crowd fund and donate to crowdfunding platforms with colored coins.  Why use vior for calling cards when its more expensive and harder to use than normal voip?

Viorcoin VOIP is not harder to use, did you compared the price? You know all these are already implemented and working not a vaporware like most crypto coins including opal drive etc.

With the vior gateway, you can linked your phone number and call any number from the wallet for cheaper rate than skype. A lot of people on the forum can testify to this.

The upcoming feature will allow users to lease a phone number from viorcoin, which can be used to recieve calls too.

Viorcoin already implemented a functional VOIP network; video, voice, missed calls, history (SMS, local phone number are next on the road map)

The rate of viorcoin users are expected to jump up after the release of the mobile wallet with VOIP and POS wallet.
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January 21, 2015, 04:06:01 AM
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we will see.

anyways the vulnerability is understandable, and easilly fixed. as for the rest about a stolen code I am not a coder , so I have sent the log to viorcoin dev and another coder to discuss it.


 
 
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January 21, 2015, 04:12:29 AM
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we will see.

anyways the vulnerability is understandable, and easilly fixed. as for the rest about a stolen code I am not a coder , so I have sent the log to viorcoin dev and another coder to discuss it.

I really want to see how this will play out.
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January 21, 2015, 04:37:28 AM
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we will see.

anyways the vulnerability is understandable, and easilly fixed. as for the rest about a stolen code I am not a coder , so I have sent the log to viorcoin dev and another coder to discuss it.

I really want to see how this will play out.

Apparently dev is fixing it.

Can dev confirm that the report was legit?
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January 21, 2015, 04:44:39 AM
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Viorcoin software like many other VOIP uses Pjsip as the base library which is open and commercial.

The server he posted about was licensed to process wallet address to phone calls. It holds no coins just gateway connectivity

There are no vulnerabilities, all what he posted was the public library not a single line of viorcoin code.
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January 21, 2015, 04:46:41 AM
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Viorcoin software like many other VOIP uses Pjsip as the base library which is open and commercial.

The server he posted about was licensed to process wallet address to phone calls. It holds no coins just gateway connectivity

There are no vulnerabilities, all what he posted was the public library.

Now that wasn't the actual vulnerability was it.

I'm talking about the code leak, leading to a ddos opportunity, taking down the entire network.  

I won't reveal more as my bug disclosure does not allow me to

Also, did you license the software?

http://www.pjsip.org/licensing.htm
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January 21, 2015, 04:56:37 AM
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Viorcoin software like many other VOIP uses Pjsip as the base library which is open and commercial.

The server he posted about was licensed to process wallet address to phone calls. It holds no coins just gateway connectivity

There are no vulnerabilities, all what he posted was the public library.

Now that wasn't the actual vulnerability was it.

I'm talking about the code leak, leading to a ddos opportunity, taking down the entire network.  

I won't reveal more as my bug disclosure does not allow me to

Also, did you license the software?

http://www.pjsip.org/licensing.htm

Once again, post the code leak. The pub lib are in debug.

The server you saw is not the entire network of viorcoin, it only service the wallet address to phone call and it will migrate to OVH that have antiddos protection hardware.
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January 21, 2015, 04:58:42 AM
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Viorcoin software like many other VOIP uses Pjsip as the base library which is open and commercial.

The server he posted about was licensed to process wallet address to phone calls. It holds no coins just gateway connectivity

There are no vulnerabilities, all what he posted was the public library.

Now that wasn't the actual vulnerability was it.

I'm talking about the code leak, leading to a ddos opportunity, taking down the entire network.  

I won't reveal more as my bug disclosure does not allow me to

Also, did you license the software?

http://www.pjsip.org/licensing.htm


I continue to don't understand what this guy search here  Huh You have nothing to do for your coin ?

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January 21, 2015, 04:59:52 AM
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January 21, 2015, 05:10:55 AM
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Viorcoin software like many other VOIP uses Pjsip as the base library which is open and commercial.

The server he posted about was licensed to process wallet address to phone calls. It holds no coins just gateway connectivity

There are no vulnerabilities, all what he posted was the public library.

Now that wasn't the actual vulnerability was it.

I'm talking about the code leak, leading to a ddos opportunity, taking down the entire network.  

I won't reveal more as my bug disclosure does not allow me to

Also, did you license the software?

http://www.pjsip.org/licensing.htm

Once again, post the code leak. The pub lib are in debug.

The server you saw is not the entire network of viorcoin, it only service the wallet address to phone call and it will migrate to OVH that have antiddos protection hardware.

Viorcoin software like many other VOIP uses Pjsip as the base library which is open and commercial.

The server he posted about was licensed to process wallet address to phone calls. It holds no coins just gateway connectivity

There are no vulnerabilities, all what he posted was the public library.

Now that wasn't the actual vulnerability was it.

I'm talking about the code leak, leading to a ddos opportunity, taking down the entire network.  

I won't reveal more as my bug disclosure does not allow me to

Also, did you license the software?

http://www.pjsip.org/licensing.htm

Once again, post the code leak. The pub lib are in debug.

The server you saw is not the entire network of viorcoin, it only service the wallet address to phone call and it will migrate to OVH that have antiddos protection hardware.

 https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/PdJjaL37

pjsua_acc.c  Adding account: id=sip:VY9Do6GBrKCusLBGgGCb8DZtbCDmxxLx6r@***.***.***

I blurred out the domain so you are protected.

The fact that you're switching servers proves that my report was a vuln.

What about the liscensisng



I am done talking with you since you lack common sense. All what you posted are in the debug of viorcoin wallet.

You said i stolen the code, I want to know which code?

All these will fall back on your coin and reputation, because your intention was to crash viorcoin price.
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January 21, 2015, 05:13:21 AM
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Viorcoin software like many other VOIP uses Pjsip as the base library which is open and commercial.

The server he posted about was licensed to process wallet address to phone calls. It holds no coins just gateway connectivity

There are no vulnerabilities, all what he posted was the public library.

Now that wasn't the actual vulnerability was it.

I'm talking about the code leak, leading to a ddos opportunity, taking down the entire network.  

I won't reveal more as my bug disclosure does not allow me to

Also, did you license the software?

http://www.pjsip.org/licensing.htm

Once again, post the code leak. The pub lib are in debug.

The server you saw is not the entire network of viorcoin, it only service the wallet address to phone call and it will migrate to OVH that have antiddos protection hardware.

Viorcoin software like many other VOIP uses Pjsip as the base library which is open and commercial.

The server he posted about was licensed to process wallet address to phone calls. It holds no coins just gateway connectivity

There are no vulnerabilities, all what he posted was the public library.

Now that wasn't the actual vulnerability was it.

I'm talking about the code leak, leading to a ddos opportunity, taking down the entire network.  

I won't reveal more as my bug disclosure does not allow me to

Also, did you license the software?

http://www.pjsip.org/licensing.htm

Once again, post the code leak. The pub lib are in debug.

The server you saw is not the entire network of viorcoin, it only service the wallet address to phone call and it will migrate to OVH that have antiddos protection hardware.

 https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/PdJjaL37

pjsua_acc.c  Adding account: id=sip:VY9Do6GBrKCusLBGgGCb8DZtbCDmxxLx6r@***.***.***

I blurred out the domain so you are protected.

The fact that you're switching servers proves that my report was a vuln.

What about the liscensisng



I am done talking with you since you lack common sense. All what you posted are in the debug of viorcoin wallet.

You said i stolen the code, I want to know which code?

All these will fall back on your coin and reputation, because your intention was to crash viorcoin price.

The code is pjsip: if your software is closed source, you must license it: http://www.pjsip.org/licensing.htm

If you think that what i posted is not a vulnerability, do i have permission to try to attack?
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January 21, 2015, 05:17:32 AM
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The messages were meant to be found.
IF there is any issue it's a ddos.

Nice guy...

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January 21, 2015, 05:19:17 AM
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With all these fud his trying to drive the price down and looks like people are dumping.
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January 21, 2015, 05:21:31 AM
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The messages were meant to be found.
IF there is any issue it's a ddos.

Nice guy...

 Cool

hes pming me now saying he wants to ddos the server.... what an ass.

there is no vulnerability in the wallet, but any server is vulnerable.


 
 
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January 21, 2015, 05:22:28 AM
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The messages were meant to be found.
IF there is any issue it's a ddos.

Nice guy...

 Cool


All servers are ddos vulnerable, only big isp like OVH (and not many more) can mitigate the traffic with a dedicate hardware. Finally we uncovered the hot water, I going to do a shower  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy



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January 21, 2015, 05:23:42 AM
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The code is pjsip: if your software is closed source, you must license it: http://www.pjsip.org/licensing.htm

If you think that what i posted is not a vulnerability, do i have permission to try to attack?


Big hacker here  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy


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January 21, 2015, 05:24:46 AM
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The code is pjsip: if your software is closed source, you must license it: http://www.pjsip.org/licensing.htm

If you think that what i posted is not a vulnerability, do i have permission to try to attack?


Big hacker here  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy




lol

well maybe ill get to buy some cheap coins from all this =P


 
 
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Omg its all down
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