It is simple for most I suppose but dyslexic people like myself really struggle with it.
Your probably right but so what?
Unless your saying we should keep innovators poor just in case they get lazy (a ridiculous argument) your point is redundant.
It darn well should be about the money.
People like this, true innovators, should be showered with money so they can keep coming up with stuff like this.
I say that as if I know it has already happen but I am fairly sure that the guy will never see any return from his invention.
Thanks for enlightening me. I thought from the post that APK was something meaningful.
First, your MAC address is not transmitted past the first hop in the network so it never gets anywhere to be of any use to anyone.
Second, what is APK? Using abbreviations is great except when it is one you dreamed up yourself and no one else knows WTF you are talking about.
After the GMX account was gained (however that happened), yes the person targeted known Satoshi accounts. P2P Foundation was also hit;-
His address expired and someone re-created it.
Nothing to see here, move along...
Even if that is true (and I am not saying it is) it has lead to a host of his other accounts being compromised.
Hardly nothing to see, it is actually quite big. One of the bitcoin download sites (SourceForge) was compromised;-
You may or not remember, Satochi exclusively used one email address when he was active in the bitcoin community, firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a look at the original bitcoin whitepaper you will find it there at the top just under the title. He also usually signed his correspondence with his PGP signature.
Earlier today, the head administrator of Bitcointalk Theymos received an email from Satochi’s email address that appeared to originate form GMX’s servers and made a post on the bitcointalk forums saying that he had received an email from the address without Satochi's PGP Signature.
Later developments have the unknown agent posting to other Satochi accounts."
Link to Original Source
I am a firm believer in the balance of power.
The MAD (Mutually Assured Destruction) has kept us safe for the past 60+ years through some really rough times. It seems to be our best bet to continue keeping us safe.
Bitcoin would be a better solution
Even better, use bitcoin instead.
Seriously, problem fixed.
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The blogger takes money to tell only one side of the story in the first place
Money has not been mentioned and on top of that how do you know? What is fairly obvious is that the releases don't not mention the other side at all. To me it seems that the releases are from only one side, and that person has an ax to grind.
A full release of what is available would be the solution.... but it may damage the left wing as well and it seems that whoever it is does not want that. Until then it just looks like a left wing conspiracy.
We need alot of more this kind of hackers.
They keep tabs on us, invade our privacy, no reason not to do the same to them.
Hack the planet!
I am from New Zealand and I agree. However I do have an issue as to how it is done.
Unlike Snowden or Wikileaks it is exceedingly obvious that it (and I hate saying this because it is such a cliché) it is some sort of left wing conspiracy. We are only getting half of the story and the releases go to great pains to not damage the left wing.
If everything was released it would have more credibility (with me at least).