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July 24, 2012, 09:41:32 AM
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In this subject https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=16385.2700, the user of https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=8198 arrived most not decently. It posted in the Internet private correspondence. His behavior isn't worthy behavior of the adult person.

For the remaining users condemning me I will tell the following:
If you on operation for oversights are given out awards, prompt me such operation, I with pleasure will work there!

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I ask to punish this user, for publication of private correspondence!
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July 24, 2012, 09:57:22 AM
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Thanks for posting those links. It's very clear who the scammer is: YOU.

You didn't get overpaid because the money was sent to you automatically, you pressed a button and willingly stole money from a pool who was helping you make money. Don't try and turn it the other way around. You are a thief.

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July 24, 2012, 10:31:47 AM
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So, I got a PM from Mr. Vitaliy:

The thief, it is loudly told. The thief - is that who undertakes efforts, for this purpose, what to steal! I specially didn't do anything, possibility was provided by Inaba!
I don't try to justify, this my judgement! But to post in the Internet private correspondence is not cultural!

Well, dude, yes you did something to steal the money: You pressed a fucking button and asked for the money to be sent to your wallet when you knew perfectly you weren't entitled to it.

You are a thief, wether you want it or not, that's the right name for persons like you.

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I'm unlocking this thread. Bitcointalk.org isn't your playground, seeing that you only registered today, and if you accuse someone you better give people the chance to answer.
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July 24, 2012, 12:50:52 PM
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I'm sorry you feel that I somehow violated your privacy MVitaliyB, but the fact is you intentionally stole nearly 100 BTC from the pool.  You pressed the cashout button over 100 times for the ~ 7 hours the bug was active.  You knew it was a bug and you repeatedly exploited it to gain as many BTC as you could.  In fact, you also created two additional accounts, on top of the two you already had to try and gain more BTC.  Thankfully you were unable to steal any more BTC with your two newly created accounts since the bug only affected unconfirmed BTC on unvalidated blocks, and your two new dummy accounts were unable to generate any/enough unconfirmed BTC for your to acquire illicitly.

For those interested as to what this person is talking about:

Last weekend, EMC suffered a bug that increased users unconfirmed BTC.  The only way to acquire this BTC was to intentionally use a feature called "Cashout" that pays the user for unconfirmed BTC and their unrealized DGM score.  Before I was notified of the bug, the pool wallet was drained of nearly 1200 BTC... this particular user was able to get a hold of ~100 BTC of it through exploiting the cashout button, which he knew at the time was erroneous, so he intentionally stole the funds and knew he was stealing the funds at the time.

When I contacted him (Vitaliy Maxorin) about returning the funds, he responded with this:

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I myself am a programmer and I know for myself that for financial losses incurred due to errors in the source code the programmers are paid out of his pocket. I myself have several times carried a financial loss because of their mistakes. But no I will not reimburse my losses. I understand your request as a man, but I think it is not appropriate as a colleague. Excuse me, but I do not return the money you lost.

So not only did he know about the bug and knew he was exploiting it, he even basically gloats about it. Somehow it's not "appropriate" that I ask him to return funds he stole.  I don't follow the logic, but logic of thieves is rarely coherent, so I haven't really given it much thought.  

The claim that "I specially didn't do anything" is completely false, as you had to use the cashout button, and you did so over 100 times, which indicates you clearly knew something was wrong.  Due to this fact, I don't see that you deserve any measure of privacy when it comes to financial/BTC matters, and in fact, everyone should know that you, Vitaliy Maxorin (mvitaliyb@mail.ru), are dishonest and a thief.  Everyone should be aware of that when dealing with you, so they know that if they enter into a business arrangement with you that you will likely steal their money or goods if given the opportunity.




If you're searching these lines for a point, you've probably missed it.  There was never anything there in the first place.
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July 24, 2012, 01:14:57 PM
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Oh love this, and so early in the morning. Let me get my shit together I will be back.
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July 24, 2012, 01:26:47 PM
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Dear Inaba!
You say lies a little!
In the first. On my a purse arrived transfers, because of YOUR mistake, for total amount of 47 BTC. It is not necessary to speak that I stole at you 100 BTC, it is lie!
In the second. I didn't register that day other accounts on your service! It too lie! I registered next day 1 account what to check it my operating account is frozen or again your service is buggy!

I will boil. I don't consider an event as theft, since. You allowed to take away from you 47 BTC. And that you do what to give, all the same, to the passerby of $100 and when it will depart on 10 meters to start to shout that he is a thief! It meanly and not adequately respect!
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July 24, 2012, 01:31:31 PM
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Hey MVitaliyB you are a theif and a scumbag.

Stop making tortured analogies.  It isn't someone giving you money.  It is you taking money that didn't belong to you.

Proper analogies would be

a) you come across a safe and notice someone left it unlocked so you open it and "help" yourself to the money inside = THIEF
b) you are walking down the street and notice $500 hanging out of someone pocket so you take it since they didn't protect it = THEIF
c) you use your ATM card and the bank screws up and links you to a different persons account.  You withdraw $100 realize that you have access to someone elses account so you go back and withdraw $100 more ... 10 times = THIEF

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I don't consider an event as theft, since. You allowed to take away from you 47 BTC.
And likewise if you forget to lock your door and someone comes inside and steals everything you own it isn't theft right?  You allowed them to do so.  Better yet if someone puts a gun  in your face and you "allow" them to take your wallet it isn't a theft either.  I mean you could/should have stopped him.  

You are a thief and a scumbag.  
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July 24, 2012, 01:49:20 PM
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Thief.

Giving away your BTC's? Send 'em here: 1F7XgercyaXeDHiuq31YzrVK5YAhbDkJhf
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July 24, 2012, 01:51:53 PM
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In this subject https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=16385.2700, the user of https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=8198 arrived most not decently. It posted in the Internet private correspondence. His behavior isn't worthy behavior of the adult person.

For the remaining users condemning me I will tell the following:
If you on operation for oversights are given out awards, prompt me such operation, I with pleasure will work there!

For site Administration:
I ask to punish this user, for publication of private correspondence!


Dear Inaba!
You say lies a little!
In the first. On my a purse arrived transfers, because of YOUR mistake, for total amount of 47 BTC. It is not necessary to speak that I stole at you 100 BTC, it is lie!
In the second. I didn't register that day other accounts on your service! It too lie! I registered next day 1 account what to check it my operating account is frozen or again your service is buggy!

I will boil. I don't consider an event as theft, since. You allowed to take away from you 47 BTC. And that you do what to give, all the same, to the passerby of $100 and when it will depart on 10 meters to start to shout that he is a thief! It meanly and not adequately respect!
Anyone with any sense of right and wrong would consider you a thief.  You should be embarrassed of yourself, Vitaliy Maxorin. Your parents brought you up just to steal from others.

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July 24, 2012, 02:08:20 PM
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I created this subject not for this purpose, what before someone to justify and I am not going to justify, since I read what there is nothing. And the subject is created for this purpose that Inaba would remove private correspondence from the general look!
And by the way, here my purse 14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR, all of you can look at the amount which came to it, and in order to avoid charges that I withdrew on other purse, directly I will write that function was switched on by "Payout Lock ACTIVE!" and within 24 hours I couldn't deduce funds for other purse!
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July 24, 2012, 03:04:02 PM
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Vitali I would like to ask you if you can try a different translator. Alot of misunderstanding and verbage is being lost and misused in translation.

http://imtranslator.net/compare/english/to-russian/translation/

This one here seems to help by offering 4 different but similiar translations.
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July 24, 2012, 03:12:35 PM
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Forgive, if to you the sense isn't clear, I not so well know English and I use on-line the translator.
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So if I am lying, I look forward to your explanation for this:

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MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.55559933   2012-07-08 14:58:04   217.150.40.229
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   9.57690732   2012-07-21 08:33:43   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   28.75838049   2012-07-21 09:58:44   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.54602908   2012-07-21 10:00:26   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.17939205   2012-07-21 10:00:44   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.54616902   2012-07-21 10:02:23   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.27574664   2012-07-21 10:03:25   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.18206538   2012-07-21 10:03:57   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.36405939   2012-07-21 10:05:01   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.09098542   2012-07-21 10:05:09   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.09107986   2012-07-21 10:05:26   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.27283810   2012-07-21 10:06:23   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.72532434   2012-07-21 10:08:15   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00276768   2012-07-21 10:08:30   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.36408251   2012-07-21 10:09:26   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.18190005   2012-07-21 10:10:10   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.18213585   2012-07-21 10:10:30   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.18213563   2012-07-21 10:11:16   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.23997976   2012-07-21 10:11:49   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.45518468   2012-07-21 10:13:08   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.27314498   2012-07-21 10:13:55   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.27290896   2012-07-21 10:14:42   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.63731824   2012-07-21 10:16:45   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.27044791   2012-07-21 10:17:20   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.27574710   2012-07-21 10:18:23   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.36448216   2012-07-21 10:19:27   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.09100907   2012-07-21 10:19:43   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.45225347   2012-07-21 10:20:47   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.64041021   2012-07-21 10:23:10   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.27293248   2012-07-21 10:23:57   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.17915600   2012-07-21 10:24:15   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.09096185   2012-07-21 10:24:31   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   1.45937907   2012-07-21 10:29:06   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.54640473   2012-07-21 10:30:59   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.36410584   2012-07-21 10:32:02   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.18208871   2012-07-21 10:32:34   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.45537237   2012-07-21 10:33:53   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.09089099   2012-07-21 10:34:08   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.81940400   2012-07-21 10:36:40   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.17934479   2012-07-21 10:36:58   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.63703624   2012-07-21 10:38:52   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.73123259   2012-07-21 10:41:26   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.18197077   2012-07-21 10:41:46   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   1.36267702   2012-07-21 10:45:51   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00264960   2012-07-21 10:46:03   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.27040052   2012-07-21 10:46:39   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.82219202   2012-07-21 10:49:27   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.27002337   2012-07-21 10:49:58   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00264960   2012-07-21 10:50:11   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.90757422   2012-07-21 10:52:37   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.09387090   2012-07-21 10:53:07   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.54344984   2012-07-21 10:54:28   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   1.00392826   2012-07-21 10:57:24   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.45497338   2012-07-21 10:58:42   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.81947372   2012-07-21 11:01:20   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.09103269   2012-07-21 11:01:37   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.45502064   2012-07-21 11:02:56   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   1.00146443   2012-07-21 11:05:50   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   2.18433103   2012-07-21 11:12:32   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.45523199   2012-07-21 11:13:50   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.63734146   2012-07-21 11:15:52   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.27281449   2012-07-21 11:16:40   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   1.36637701   2012-07-21 11:20:41   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   1.54743442   2012-07-21 11:25:21   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.56734206   2012-07-21 11:31:10   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.02826228   2012-07-21 11:34:22   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.04448870   2012-07-21 11:40:08   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.03033973   2012-07-21 11:45:46   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00312266   2012-07-21 11:46:48   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00868530   2012-07-21 11:51:31   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.02341568   2012-07-21 11:58:57   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.71106335   2012-07-21 13:20:41   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.41422444   2012-07-21 14:08:43   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00004726   2012-07-21 14:08:44   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.36415097   2012-07-21 15:27:59   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   3.44045666   2012-07-21 16:49:35   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.09175162   2012-07-21 16:52:46   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   3.47058937   2012-07-21 17:07:09   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00004725   2012-07-21 17:07:15   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00016531   2012-07-21 17:07:19   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.05805212   2012-07-21 17:07:32   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00011811   2012-07-21 17:07:39   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00096383   2012-07-21 17:09:05   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00080059   2012-07-21 17:09:34   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.02890931   2012-07-21 17:39:28   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00129037   2012-07-21 17:40:40   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00593370   2012-07-21 17:46:43   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00089316   2012-07-21 17:48:04   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00009446   2012-07-21 17:48:10   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00082346   2012-07-21 17:48:51   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00098640   2012-07-21 17:50:12   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00752580   2012-07-21 17:58:53   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00894576   2012-07-21 17:59:58   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00177949   2012-07-21 18:01:51   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00953936   2012-07-21 18:10:49   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.04220782   2012-07-21 19:16:38   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00103466   2012-07-21 19:16:53   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00748406   2012-07-21 19:28:29   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00747566   2012-07-21 20:21:37   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00140630   2012-07-21 21:23:07   62.33.13.241
MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.00218375   2012-07-22 08:38:59   78.36.234.206

sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky  45.89509287   2012-07-21 10:26:39   217.150.40.229
sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky     5.88096063   2012-07-21 10:51:21   217.150.40.229
sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky     6.07576631   2012-07-21 11:16:42   217.150.40.229
sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky     1.55139642   2012-07-21 11:23:25   217.150.40.229
sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky     0.95537631   2012-07-21 11:45:14   217.150.40.229
sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky     1.37307166   2012-07-21 14:43:38   217.150.40.229
sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky     14.60287904   2012-07-21 17:20:32   217.150.40.229

Also, the account "VMahorin" registered on the 21st, during the bug, from the same ip addresses you use.  Your browser finger print is:

5d7d5cf33a4b8000f160a1029ff0f3fbf67277aba5b033d6824bbdec1dd63e51

"VMahorin" also has the exact same fingerprint.  It's very rare for one browser the same the same finger print as another, it's almost impossible if it comes from the same IP, unless it's the same browser/computer.

You also registered one other account on the same day, near the same time:  "samson53" ... again from the same IP address.  The browser finger print was different, but I suspect that's because you used a different computer or a different browser so you could multi-exploit accounts at the same time, since Cashout can't be automated, and it needs you to push the button & the EMC website won't let you login multiple accounts from the same browser.



If you're searching these lines for a point, you've probably missed it.  There was never anything there in the first place.
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I one am confused by your log, unless 2 different purses and 2 different persons aren't visible that there!
Look itself at arrivals at my purse. To me to hide нечео! http://blockexplorer.com/address/14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR
As not cunning manipulations with Excel showed that the amount on my purse of 77,22396967 BTC. And all reached not, or you didn't lock payment directly as saw a glitch?
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And that you didn't attribute to me also the 3rd account from my city? On it the same of about 50 BTC was deduced! The truth it is very convenient to write off everything on one person who decided honest to you to respond to the letter instead of to ignore it?
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The account Vmahorin it wash, but I did it, whether what to check it is buggy a site or my account is frozen. From it at all there were no attempts that or to deduce! Even the purse wasn't bound to it!

And other accounts it not mine!

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I one am confused by your log, unless 2 different purses and 2 different persons aren't visible that there!
Look itself at arrivals at my purse. To me to hide нечео! http://blockexplorer.com/address/14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR
As not cunning manipulations with Excel showed that the amount on my purse of 77,22396967 BTC. And all reached not, or you didn't lock payment directly as saw a glitch?

MVitaliyB   14SVwVHF6gHhSdX7aUDGrfWqkoukeoqhZR   0.01768944   2012-07-05 18:50:05   217.150.40.229

sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky  45.89509287   2012-07-21 10:26:39   217.150.40.229
sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky     5.88096063   2012-07-21 10:51:21   217.150.40.229
sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky     6.07576631   2012-07-21 11:16:42   217.150.40.229
sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky     1.55139642   2012-07-21 11:23:25   217.150.40.229
sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky     0.95537631   2012-07-21 11:45:14   217.150.40.229
sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky     1.37307166   2012-07-21 14:43:38   217.150.40.229
sam0784   1DK47m8oMshafKVVZ49KWHxapjRsa13Sky     14.60287904   2012-07-21 17:20:32   217.150.40.229

IP is the same. Add the time in the mix and I daresay you're nabbed red-handed.

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And that you didn't attribute to me also the 3rd account from my city? On it the same of about 50 BTC was deduced! The truth it is very convenient to write off everything on one person who decided honest to you to respond to the letter instead of to ignore it?

Take it like a man and confess that you fucked up and want to make things right by sending inaba the coins back.

Inaba is providing accurate evidence compared to your own heresay so just send the coins back to inaba that you deliberately tried to steal and lets move on from this crap.

PS. you must know someone who is fluent in english, get them to post for you since its really messy trying to follow your posts and I want to take in as much of the lolness as possible.

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The thief, it is loudly told. The thief - is that who undertakes efforts, for this purpose, what to steal! I specially didn't do anything, possibility was provided by Inaba!
I don't try to justify, this my judgement! But to post in the Internet private correspondence is not cultural!
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I specially didn't do anything, possibility was provided by Inaba!
You especially were the one who did the specific thing of executing the cashout to have the BTC sent to you. This BTC was never earned by your mining with the pool. Your miners did not contribute the work needed for it to belong to you.

Had you done nothing at all it would have been possible for Inaba to correct the problem and the BTC that belonged to him would never of been sent to you.

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is not cultural!
So in your culture is it accepted to take advantage of people and take something that does not belong to you. To take wat is not yours from the person it belongs to? Is this how your parents raised you as a child? Is this how you raise your children to be?

In your culture, is this how you treat each other? Is this wat other people in your culture do to you? Is this why you think it is ok to try and justify wat you are doing to Inaba?

Please explain wat justification you have for manually executing the cashout option 100 times over a 15 hour period. In our culture we see the reason for this being to take the BTC that did not belong to you.
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Sadly that you didn't find time to check the address at all!

62.33.13.241

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 % Information related to '62.33.12.0 - 62.33.13.255'

 inetnum: 62.33.12.0 - 62.33.13.255
 netname: TELESETI-PLUS-NET
descr: (MS003389) teleseti plus,
 descr: Pechori, Russia

 country: RU
 admin-c: SAI19-RIPE
 tech-c: SAI19-RIPE
 status: ASSIGNED PA
 mnt-by: TRANSTELECOM-MNT
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 % Information related to '62.33.0.0/20AS20485'

 route: 62.33.0.0/20
 descr: RU-TRANS-TELECOM
 descr: Moscow
 origin: AS20485
 mnt-by: TRANSTELECOM-MNT
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217.150.40.229

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 % Information related to '217.150.40.0 - 217.150.40.255'

 inetnum: 217.150.40.0 - 217.150.40.255
 netname: TTK-PtP-NET5
 descr: Transtelecom point-to-point interfaces
 country: RU

 admin-c: KTTK-RIPE
 tech-c: KTTK-RIPE
 status: ASSIGNED PA
 remarks: INFRA-AW
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 % Information related to '217.150.32.0/20AS20485'

 route: 217.150.32.0/20
 descr: RU-TRANS-TELECOM-20010213
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