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June 19, 2012, 01:31:02 PM
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June 19, 2012, 01:46:27 PM
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Plus it seems 100 share lots have been distributed to random accounts. I'm not sure if there are from the issuer. I think it's the first example of asset spam, that is, GLBSE being spammed with worthless assets.

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June 19, 2012, 02:05:24 PM
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These ARE from the issuers account, I'm not sure why they've been transfered, they were sent to a number accounts that were asset issuers.

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June 19, 2012, 02:21:33 PM
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They are.
You can see the issuer by "Mail Security Issuer"

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June 19, 2012, 02:37:16 PM
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How are they getting the usernames in order to transfer the assets?  I did not think usernames were public anywhere.

If you have created an asset it lists your username on the asset page, but all the username can be used for is to transfer assets to their account.

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June 19, 2012, 03:09:34 PM
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Christmas came early this year.

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Christmas came early this year.

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June 20, 2012, 01:40:27 AM
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Expensive spam....

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Expensive spam....

Until issuer accounts get hacked. Usernames should not be public. Should be an alias.

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June 20, 2012, 04:42:01 AM
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Expensive spam....

Until issuer accounts get hacked. Usernames should not be public. Should be an alias.

I agree. The GLBSE would be a gold-mine for a hacker. They'd have to liquidate shares quickly though and withdraw BTC, so a hack event would probably appear as a market crash.
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I only got 100.  This is an outrage!   Angry

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June 20, 2012, 04:44:52 AM
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Expensive spam....

Until issuer accounts get hacked. Usernames should not be public. Should be an alias.

I agree. The GLBSE would be a gold-mine for a hacker. They'd have to liquidate shares quickly though and withdraw BTC, so a hack event would probably appear as a market crash.

That already happened with TheSeven's account which had a good number of Cognitive shares. It was traded down to something like 0.0000002. I can't believe the hacker didn't even have the heart to save him a few shares... but then again, if you're stealing in the first place...

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June 20, 2012, 04:46:59 AM
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Expensive spam....

Until issuer accounts get hacked. Usernames should not be public. Should be an alias.

I agree. The GLBSE would be a gold-mine for a hacker. They'd have to liquidate shares quickly though and withdraw BTC, so a hack event would probably appear as a market crash.

That already happened with TheSeven's account which had a good number of Cognitive shares. It was traded down to something like 0.0000002. I can't believe the hacker didn't even have the heart to save him a few shares... but then again, if you're stealing in the first place...

How did the hacker get in to the account?
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June 20, 2012, 04:49:04 AM
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Expensive spam....

Until issuer accounts get hacked. Usernames should not be public. Should be an alias.

I agree. The GLBSE would be a gold-mine for a hacker. They'd have to liquidate shares quickly though and withdraw BTC, so a hack event would probably appear as a market crash.

That already happened with TheSeven's account which had a good number of Cognitive shares. It was traded down to something like 0.0000002. I can't believe the hacker didn't even have the heart to save him a few shares... but then again, if you're stealing in the first place...

How did the hacker get in to the account?

He hasn't shared or found out yet :/

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June 20, 2012, 04:52:07 AM
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Expensive spam....

Until issuer accounts get hacked. Usernames should not be public. Should be an alias.

I agree. The GLBSE would be a gold-mine for a hacker. They'd have to liquidate shares quickly though and withdraw BTC, so a hack event would probably appear as a market crash.

That already happened with TheSeven's account which had a good number of Cognitive shares. It was traded down to something like 0.0000002. I can't believe the hacker didn't even have the heart to save him a few shares... but then again, if you're stealing in the first place...

How did the hacker get in to the account?

He hasn't shared or found out yet :/

Hmm... methinks I should set up Two Factor Auth ASAP...
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June 20, 2012, 04:57:45 AM
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Expensive spam....

Until issuer accounts get hacked. Usernames should not be public. Should be an alias.

I agree. The GLBSE would be a gold-mine for a hacker. They'd have to liquidate shares quickly though and withdraw BTC, so a hack event would probably appear as a market crash.

That already happened with TheSeven's account which had a good number of Cognitive shares. It was traded down to something like 0.0000002. I can't believe the hacker didn't even have the heart to save him a few shares... but then again, if you're stealing in the first place...

I just sent mine back.  I also got an email from some guy asking how to use GLBSE that seemed suspicious.  I just forwarded that to GLBSE support.

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Hmm... methinks I should set up Two Factor Auth ASAP...

Indeed. And thanks for sending those back to him, stochastic.

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June 20, 2012, 05:14:57 AM
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Expensive spam....

Until issuer accounts get hacked. Usernames should not be public. Should be an alias.

I agree. The GLBSE would be a gold-mine for a hacker. They'd have to liquidate shares quickly though and withdraw BTC, so a hack event would probably appear as a market crash.

That already happened with TheSeven's account which had a good number of Cognitive shares. It was traded down to something like 0.0000002. I can't believe the hacker didn't even have the heart to save him a few shares... but then again, if you're stealing in the first place...

How did the hacker get in to the account?

He hasn't shared or found out yet :/

Hmm... methinks I should set up Two Factor Auth ASAP...

2-factor auth is a must, set at least for withdrawals and password change
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June 20, 2012, 05:17:58 AM
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Expensive spam....

Until issuer accounts get hacked. Usernames should not be public. Should be an alias.

I agree. The GLBSE would be a gold-mine for a hacker. They'd have to liquidate shares quickly though and withdraw BTC, so a hack event would probably appear as a market crash.

That already happened with TheSeven's account which had a good number of Cognitive shares. It was traded down to something like 0.0000002. I can't believe the hacker didn't even have the heart to save him a few shares... but then again, if you're stealing in the first place...

How did the hacker get in to the account?

He hasn't shared or found out yet :/

Hmm... methinks I should set up Two Factor Auth ASAP...

2-factor auth is a must, set at least for withdrawals and password change

I'd set it up for everything, so they can't even get in and sell everything only to realize they can't withdraw.

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