Who thinks what of BitCoin?

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And in theory you can have a botnet that will counterfeit BitCoins.  But for
that you would need an army of professional hackers, not the tyro wannabes that
pretend to be black hat that brag on this forum (we know who you are Dustin).

BitCoin values are presently having another one of their bull market spikes up
now...up to over USD$ 20 a BitCoin.  Typically they crash after reaching $30 or
so, so I'm waiting for the crash.

RL

Re: Who thinks what of BitCoin?


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I'm just waiting to see if anyone steps up to help you out with this  
question.

While i'm waiting tho, why don't you answer this simple question so that  
the audience can gauge how much hand holding they'd need to provide you  
for your idea to work.

How does irok, a prepending virus, infect files?
  


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I forgot to ask. How are you coming along with your silly virus/trojan  
kit? Making any progress at all yet? Have you figured out how .net files  
can be infected? [g]

Why couldn't you tell anyone what the out statements did in this code?

for i=0 to 255
out &hex70,i
out &hex71,0
next i

All you were able to say was it's a for/next loop. Well, duh, everybody  
knows that. My question was what is the code doing? [g]

I've even provided the full source code to the program (that I wrote,  
btw) it comes from. I bet you still can't tell me what it does.

The only person "pretending" to be something is you, Ray. You're  
"pretending" to have enough functional gray matter in your skull to be  
able to carry on an intelligent conversation concerning the details of  
malware. How it does what it does, and why. These topics are simply too  
complex for your feeble mind to grasp.  

You may ridicule me all you like, but as long as you can't explain  
simple code like this:

for i=0 to 255
out &hex70,i
out &hex71,0
next i

You've got no chance in hell of ever learning how this:  

segment code

start:
mov ax,data
mov ds,ax
mov ax,stack
mov ss,ax
mov sp,stacktop

mov dx,hello
mov ah,9
int 0x21

mov ah,0x3c
mov cx,0
mov dx,files
int 0x21

mov [filehnd],ax

mov ah,0x40
mov bx, filehnd
mov cx,[msglength]
mov dx,hello
int 0x21

mov ah,0x3e
mov bx,filehnd
int 0x21

mov ax,0x4c00
int 0x21

segment data

hello: db 'Hi! Ray How did I get created Today?',13,10,'$'
files db 'ray.txt', 0
filehnd dw 1
msglength dw 38


segment stack stack
resb 64
stacktop:

works. Instead, you'll *always* be the punkass loser. Not even at the  
level of a script kiddy. That's pure 16bit assembler Ray. Written from  
scratch. For you, it does what you requested and more.  

It even creates a file and writes the text to it! as well as prints it  
on the screen. It's simplistic as hell, but could be streamlined even  
further. If you knew anything about assembler, you could further  
optimize the asm source I've taken the time to provide you.

Point is, this is how I code. I don't know that many 11 year olds who  
code in assembler. [g]

Oh, btw, int isn't for "integer".
  


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Re: Who thinks what of BitCoin?

On Saturday, February 23, 2013 9:24:05 AM UTC+2, Dustin wrote:
  
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$0 will buy you nothing.

Are you familiar with BitCoin?  Do you want to steal the 10s of millions of real
dollars in the BitCoin network?  It can be done--if you were a real coder who
could command a legion of botnets.

But of course you aren't, and you can't.  But do opine on Bitcoin.

RL

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I have no desire to dedicate any network resources to steal virtual/real  
cash from anyone or any company. I'm surprised you'd condone such  
behavior.
  
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Well, as long as you have trouble with int supposedly being integer in  
assembler; you're opinion! (LOL) of me isn't worth the bytes to post it.


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Re: Who thinks what of BitCoin?

RayLopez99 wrote:  

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now...up to over USD$ 20 a BitCoin.  Typically they crash after reaching $30 or
so, so I'm waiting for the crash.


Is there a market somewhere to sell them short?


Re: Who thinks what of BitCoin?

On Sunday, February 24, 2013 5:34:24 PM UTC+2, G. Morgan wrote:
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That's a very good question G. Morgan.  I don't know.  I'm sure you are awa
re that there are exchanges to convert real dollars to Bitcoin and vice ver
sa, but shorting BC?  Dunno.  But it would IMO be good to short BC since it
 would actually help people like me get into the market now, rather than wa
iting for a fall.  Shorting does that (makes the market more stable, by pre
venting spikes).  

BTW from what I've read, the creators of virtual money markets like BC and  
others stand to make a profit if the market takes off--since the money mint
ed or 'mined' usually goes to the 'first movers' that started the network--
that would be the backers or first few server nodes that minted money.  BC  
is like that (most of the money 'mined' in BC has already been mined, so th
ese minors will profit if BC ever becomes very popular, since the value of  
BC should increase dramatically due to the limited money supply built into  
the BC system).

RL

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