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April 11, 2017, 09:06:16 PM
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Good response to the hack, and welcome to the Litecoin mining world. Haven't tried fixing an L3 yet but have had great success with Titans....
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April 12, 2017, 04:01:57 AM
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It's good to know that the damage of the hack was minimal.  It appears that someone has a vendetta against Nastyfans as there are a lot easier targets than the Nastyfans site that actually have BTC in hot wallets unlike you guys.  
A lot of NastyFan seat holders are very early adopters of Bitcoin, and presumably many of them own large amounts of bitcoin. As such, some of them likely have large amounts of money at various exchanges and services, and if passwords are reused then gaining access to a user's NastyFan PW could presumably lead to large amounts of money elsewhere.

The use of (truly) unique passwords at each website will mostly resolve this issue.

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April 12, 2017, 04:26:20 AM
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THE HACK:
On April 2nd, the 3rd party analyzer run by naypalm and linked from analyzer.nastyfans.org was compromised.  A phishing site was injected into the index.html file and anyone who visited the analyzer would then view a malicious clone of the NastyFans login page.  Any attempt to login would result in the username/password being emailed to a gmail account.  We have learned that 2 users were effected by this hack and while no damage occurred, these two users have had their username/password data stolen and they should immediately change any shared passwords on other sites.

Were any password hashes potentially compromised?

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April 12, 2017, 07:37:35 PM
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Were any password hashes potentially compromised?

The reported hack is for a 3rd party server. The coin analyzer site that uses only public minted seat data. That server has no private data of nastyfans members.

The hacked server displayed a faked nastyfans sign in page. The images on that page were broken and it was not SSL secure. But it looked enough like real site for some members to try to sign in. By trying to sign in those members provided their clear text passwords that were sent to the hacker. A typical phishing attack.

After OgNasty notified me of incident I personally investigated nastyfans logs for any suspicious activity. There is no evidence that any component of the official nastyfans infrastructure is compromised in any way. The phishing attack was on a 3rd party server where I have no access. So I have no possibility to know which members were fooled and provided their sign in data to the foreign party. OgNasty and that server owner (naypalm) are doing their part to investigate the issue.

The advice of OgNasty to change your password is a extra precaution but certainly not necessary for most members. I am not changing my password because I know I never signed in to the phishing site. But I did see the site.

The best advice was from Quickseller. Never use the same password on different sites. Never.
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April 13, 2017, 10:08:21 AM
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Were any password hashes potentially compromised?

The reported hack is for a 3rd party server. The coin analyzer site that uses only public minted seat data. That server has no private data of nastyfans members.

The hacked server displayed a faked nastyfans sign in page. The images on that page were broken and it was not SSL secure. But it looked enough like real site for some members to try to sign in. By trying to sign in those members provided their clear text passwords that were sent to the hacker. A typical phishing attack.

After OgNasty notified me of incident I personally investigated nastyfans logs for any suspicious activity. There is no evidence that any component of the official nastyfans infrastructure is compromised in any way. The phishing attack was on a 3rd party server where I have no access. So I have no possibility to know which members were fooled and provided their sign in data to the foreign party. OgNasty and that server owner (naypalm) are doing their part to investigate the issue.

The advice of OgNasty to change your password is a extra precaution but certainly not necessary for most members. I am not changing my password because I know I never signed in to the phishing site. But I did see the site.

The best advice was from Quickseller. Never use the same password on different sites. Never.


Thanks for your extra effort on this issue, and allround good responce!

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April 13, 2017, 05:39:15 PM
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It is shitty when people do that.  Glad it is fixed.

The L3 and L3+ are nice units. Run very well. I will publish my reviews in a few days. I am finally getting caught up on the backlog of reviews.


THE HACK:
On April 2nd, the 3rd party analyzer run by naypalm and linked from analyzer.nastyfans.org was compromised.  A phishing site was injected into the index.html file and anyone who visited the analyzer would then view a malicious clone of the NastyFans login page.  Any attempt to login would result in the username/password being emailed to a gmail account.  We have learned that 2 users were effected by this hack and while no damage occurred, these two users have had their username/password data stolen and they should immediately change any shared passwords on other sites.

The effected users are:
nastyju
doamader

Please be aware of what sites you visit and if something appears out of place, always better to be safe than sorry.  No 3rd party site should ever be given your NastyFans password or have a reason to ask.


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April 14, 2017, 10:37:06 PM
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Distribution 227 is posted. nastyfans thanks the donators.

Last 4 weeks distribution NastyPoP payout rates (vs. expected):
window122 0.00000000 BTC per TH/s (0.0%)
window123 0.01414589 BTC per TH/s (385.4%)
window124 0.00578810 BTC per TH/s (164.4%)
window125 0.00634868 BTC per TH/s (182.4%)
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April 15, 2017, 02:22:51 AM
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Thanks i dont remember to had acessed any other page to login at nastyfans, anyway i had changed my password to avoid any issue, and well im pretty happy since i dont use the same password at others places, thanks for letting me know about the issue.
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April 18, 2017, 03:35:51 AM
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Another great addition to the family.


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April 18, 2017, 03:38:54 AM
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Sweet. Is that 4 troy oz, and how many btc does it go for?
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April 18, 2017, 03:43:53 AM
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Sweet. Is that 4 troy oz, and how many btc does it go for?

Yes, and 100 seats.  They are sold out now, but were sold for $8,000. 

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April 18, 2017, 04:02:22 AM
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Now that's a coin!  Shocked

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April 22, 2017, 02:34:39 AM
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Distribution 228 is posted. nastyfans appreciates the donations.

Last 4 weeks distribution NastyPoP payout rates (vs. expected):
window123 0.01414589 BTC per TH/s (385.4%)
window124 0.00578810 BTC per TH/s (164.4%)
window125 0.00634868 BTC per TH/s (182.4%)
window126 0.00666201 BTC per TH/s (197.7%)
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April 22, 2017, 08:44:00 PM
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Distribution 228 is posted. nastyfans appreciates the donations.

Last 4 weeks distribution NastyPoP payout rates (vs. expected):
window123 0.01414589 BTC per TH/s (385.4%)
window124 0.00578810 BTC per TH/s (164.4%)
window125 0.00634868 BTC per TH/s (182.4%)
window126 0.00666201 BTC per TH/s (197.7%)
Nice score last week, over 2800 satochi per seat!
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April 22, 2017, 08:46:20 PM
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Another great addition to the family.

http://i.imgur.com/Kslur5I.jpg
Wow, nice!
How big is it in comparison to a 1oz silver seat? (Since gold has a higher density)
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April 22, 2017, 10:59:38 PM
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Another great addition to the family.


Wow, nice!
How big is it in comparison to a 1oz silver seat? (Since gold has a higher density)

It is the same size as a 2oz silver minted seat, 47mm. Each gold coin is twice the weight of its silver counterpart.

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April 22, 2017, 11:01:46 PM
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Today a representative from the electric company installed new meters and flipped the switch on our solar array.  We are now producing solar power!

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April 23, 2017, 05:31:41 PM
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Today a representative from the electric company installed new meters and flipped the switch on our solar array.  We are now producing solar power!
Congrats! Nice work!
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April 25, 2017, 07:15:18 AM
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Today a representative from the electric company installed new meters and flipped the switch on our solar array.  We are now producing solar power!
Thats really cool!

Do you usually have a surplus of power does it normally only cover a part of your usage?

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April 25, 2017, 02:20:44 PM
Last edit: April 26, 2017, 05:47:57 AM by OgNasty
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Today a representative from the electric company installed new meters and flipped the switch on our solar array.  We are now producing solar power!
Thats really cool!

Do you usually have a surplus of power does it normally only cover a part of your usage?

It's too early to say definitively.  I've only had stats for 1 day and we're having overcast weather at the moment.  That being said, using the estimates I have available, it should produce about 2/3's of the annual power this operation uses.  



Over the last 24 hours, 81% of the energy used by our miners was generated from the solar array.

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