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Pretty much the same here, my master passwords come from random books as well with a little more cryptic way of sourcing the characters & words than you described, and my library runs the gamut from fictional, to science, to mathematics, to history, and more. Around 2600 books, last count. biggrin.gif I use Lastpass for any unimportant incidentals like forums & such that don't matter so much to me.


The mission critical stuff, oh no. Keypass container, in an password protected 7zip file, that's in a Truecrypt container w/ a random key file for added security. I might add, with 12+ Tb of files on that computer to sift through looking for that key file, and before then you'll have to hack into an encrypted LVM to even get in to start looking. Good luck with that last part, I'm pretty sure all the holes are completely closed in a certain custom *nix flavor that's oft used for penetration testing. thumb.gif


That's how I roll where my personal info & banking is concerned. To any other os, it looks like a secure deleted drive, & windows always asks if you want to format the drive before you can use it. Lol! Sure, it's not convenient, but truly safe never is. I believe in taking care of my own house, in every respect... wink.gif

If by chance my account there @ Hashco.ws was compromised, then it was either because of an inside job, or they were storing the pw's in plain text.... Unfortunately, not everyone follows as regimented & stringent a security protocol as us. Foolish mortals... biggrin.gif

The only way they could've brute forced a bunch of 20 char. true randomized password is to have one massive gpu farm running Hashcat, & I'd like to think that the admins would be paying closer attention than to miss a large bit of traffic on the order of magnitude of something like that. I'm betting it was an inside job.

Not to mention that they should have at the very least had enforced timeouts for invalid attempts set at both the interface and the db levels.

As to the rest of your post... eek.gifeek.gifeek.gif You make me feel inadequate with my level of security! Although at some point I subscribe to the value-proposition for comfort - if someone wants to hack my account here or on some other forum for which there is no tangible asset value... let them. Life is simply to busy to spend that much time securing every little aspect of my data/online presence. The only issue I would see with your solution potentially is that it might be too secure for me - I can easily see forgetting the 'straightforward' way I used to authenticate some aspect of the protection-chain... and then I'd never be able to get it back at all! That's why I just keep my offsite backups encrypted with a password which is nonsense, but that I will never forget (depsite the fact that it could be cracked fairly quickly). It's very physically secure - just not very secure electronically... but it's offline so no big deal there.

Although just handing your data/crypto coins/etc. to someone is idiotic - it's also easy to put so many layers of foil on your head that you start walking into walls as well. You seem to have a very good methodology, which works for you obviously... however, I could easily see 'lesser mortals' falling victim to their own security and burning alive in their safe-house (so to speak). biggrin.gif

I have added Yubi-keys as randomizers for my wife and myself as well as the above described process... so I guess it's a little more secure than described. smile.gif
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Just wanted to stop by and wish you guys a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.
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Merry Christmas fellow miners!

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Can DOGE coins be converted in to LTC? If so where? I noticed LTC was worth a couple more dollars today over yesterday so wondering if its on the up again?


Coins-E is pretty much the best I've come across so far for straight up cryptocurrency-to-cryptocurrency exchanges. smile.gif

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Not to mention that they should have at the very least had enforced timeouts for invalid attempts set at both the interface and the db levels.

As to the rest of your post... eek.gifeek.gifeek.gif You make me feel inadequate with my level of security! Although at some point I subscribe to the value-proposition for comfort - if someone wants to hack my account here or on some other forum for which there is no tangible asset value... let them. Life is simply to busy to spend that much time securing every little aspect of my data/online presence. The only issue I would see with your solution potentially is that it might be too secure for me - I can easily see forgetting the 'straightforward' way I used to authenticate some aspect of the protection-chain... and then I'd never be able to get it back at all! That's why I just keep my offsite backups encrypted with a password which is nonsense, but that I will never forget (depsite the fact that it could be cracked fairly quickly). It's very physically secure - just not very secure electronically... but it's offline so no big deal there.

Although just handing your data/crypto coins/etc. to someone is idiotic - it's also easy to put so many layers of foil on your head that you start walking into walls as well. You seem to have a very good methodology, which works for you obviously... however, I could easily see 'lesser mortals' falling victim to their own security and burning alive in their safe-house (so to speak). biggrin.gif

I have added Yubi-keys as randomizers for my wife and myself as well as the above described process... so I guess it's a little more secure than described. smile.gif


Nah, I'd think that what precautions you've taken are more than adequate. Two factoring with that Yubikey is a very good idea btw.


I'm a bit more careful because of an insane life experience of the betrayal sort, which I don't care to relate in public (or even recount in my own mind, to be quite honest). I simply don't leave anything at all to chance any longer. smile.gif


Have a happy happy, & a very merry all. santa.gif
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Merry Christmas everyone!
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Hey!
I am getting 271 Khash/s at dogechain pool on my 7850. is that OK?
And. Wow, I doged myself a coin. Much happy. Many hashs. Myself even, no help for first time smile.gif
 
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Hey!
I am getting 271 Khash/s at dogechain pool on my 7850. is that OK?
And. Wow, I doged myself a coin. Much happy. Many hashs. Myself even, no help for first time smile.gif
Seems low. My 7790 hashes at 240. You should be in the high 300s or 400s
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Seems low. My 7790 hashes at 240. You should be in the high 300s or 400s
Ivan help me, what have I done wrong.
I will have to read some optimization guides. I was just happy I gotted it to work smile.gif
 
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Ivan help me, what have I done wrong.
I will have to read some optimization guides. I was just happy I gotted it to work smile.gif
Is it a 1 GB or 2GB 7850? On my 2GB ASUS 7850 I reach about 365KH/s steady. I believe my config is intensity 18, thread concurrency 8192 and clocks at 1050/1350. I believe everything there is correct, except the memory clocks, I'm not certain I use that clock speed but it seems quite familiar to me.
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