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So what does the look-up gap setting do in cgminer? I haven't set it to a custom value.
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Earlier today someone stole over 3,000 dollars out of my MtGox account by converting it to BTC and withdrawing it to an address I've never seen. Did a thorough check of my security and network, found no problems; all of my local wallets/backups are intact and no accounts anywhere else have been breached, so I'm forced to assume the issue is on their end. Contacted Gox support, but haven't heard back from them yet, and I'm not optimistic on my chances of getting any real help.

Completely absurd that I have to jump through hoops to withdraw cash from my own account, but someone from an IP I've never used can log in, make a trade I'd never make, then withdraw several BTC in the span of 45 seconds.

I was in the process of moving from Gox to other exchanges, and this latest incident just goes to show shoddy Gox has become, especially in light of the fact they no longer hold an effective monopoly.

Will keep you guys updated. In the mean time double check your MtGoX accounts (if you have one) and ensure nothing is amiss.

Luckily I use random pws for everything, so even if they stole my mtgox acc they would get nothing. (no funds there lol)
Thanks for the heads up and sorry to hear that man...hope they can give you the $ back.
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Luckily I use random pws for everything, so even if they stole my mtgox acc they would get nothing. (no funds there lol)

Yeah, I don't use the same password for anything with any money attached to it either, but somehow my Gox account was compromised, and not so much as a red flag was raised at Gox.

The only reason the money was able to be stolen was because it was cash sitting in my Gox account waiting to buy BTC in case the price dropped below the point I last sold it, while I looked for a way to get it in to a bank account without having to spend eighty dollars in fees now that Dwolla no longer works.
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Thanks for the heads up and sorry to hear that man...hope they can give you the $ back.

Yeah, I hope so too. Losing 3k isn't the end of the world, but it's not exactly what I'd consider pocket change either.
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Yeah, I don't use the same password for anything with any money attached to it either, but somehow my Gox account was compromised, and not so much as a red flag was raised at Gox.

The only reason the money was able to be stolen was because it was cash sitting in my Gox account waiting to buy BTC in case the price dropped below the point I last sold it, while I looked for a way to get it in to a bank account without having to spend eighty dollars in fees now that Dwolla no longer works.
Yeah, I hope so too. Losing 3k isn't the end of the world, but it's not exactly what I'd consider pocket change either.

Good luck on your future trades. It's good that you didn't put your whole savings in there. No matter how you lose in the trading world, it should be just enough to sting, but not devastate.
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With CG 3.7.2 I'm getting 280 on 7850 (same as before), and 360 on my 7870 (from 280).

The problem is Liteguardian is showing that I'm only getting 280KH/s, and it seems CG Miner only lets me mine on the difficulty it set, the difficulty I set at the pool does not affect CG Miner.

Edit: LiteGuardian now shows 475KH. Unreliable read out is unreliable.

Edit 2: What is going on with Lite prices? I need my GPUs and PSUs and I need them now sad-smiley-002.gif
Edited by TheLAWNOOB - 11/27/13 at 3:51pm
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Earlier today someone stole over 3,000 dollars out of my MtGox account by converting it to BTC and withdrawing it to an address I've never seen. Did a thorough check of my security and network, found no problems; all of my local wallets/backups are intact and no accounts anywhere else have been breached, so I'm forced to assume the issue is on their end. Contacted Gox support, but haven't heard back from them yet, and I'm not optimistic on my chances of getting any real help.

Completely absurd that I have to jump through hoops to withdraw cash from my own account, but someone from an IP I've never used can log in, make a trade I'd never make, then withdraw several BTC in the span of 45 seconds.

I was in the process of moving from Gox to other exchanges, and this latest incident just goes to show shoddy Gox has become, especially in light of the fact they no longer hold an effective monopoly.

Will keep you guys updated. In the mean time double check your MtGoX accounts (if you have one) and ensure nothing is amiss.

i have a yubi-key linked to my account so its near impossible to log into my account without it. so unless this is a backside attack, then i dont know what to tell you.
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Man people keep getting goxed it sucks to here.. Guys.. If your on windows use something to encrypt the text your type like "keyscrambler". Use something like lastpass and generate long 55-100 character passwords and then actually use lastpass or another pw manager so you dont enter you passwords over and over again on your terminal. Use 2factor Authentication! Be diligent and dont do your bitcoin stuff on your regular pc.. just buy a cheap netbook and do all your btc "transactions" on that and keep it whistle clean! The phone is not your friend, if your rocking some random rom on a rooted droid or a jailbroken iphone with a bunch of side stepped apps i suggest you not bitcoin on your phone!



http://www.qfxsoftware.com/
https://lastpass.com/
https://www.mtgox.com/press_release_20120605.html


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So what does the look-up gap setting do in cgminer? I haven't set it to a custom value.

Lookup gap refers to modification of TMTO for scrypt (time memory tradeoff)

Increasing lookup gap to 4 makes the algorithm only store every fourth value in the salsa20 scratchpad, while 2 is every other item

Non-stored items are regenerated on the fly

The default of 2 is fastest for GPUs, so no real reason to muck with it
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Just hoped onto the LTC mining party!!! lol getting 700k/h average on give-me-coins with a stable working desktop! I am mining as I type thumb.gif I really like that site also
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When I open my litecoin-qt wallet it says failed to read block and closes. What should I do?
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