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Hacker threatens to reveal the secrets of the creator Satoshi Nakamoto Bitcoin
Someone hacked emails belonging to the creator kriptovalyuty Bitcoin (Bitcoin, BTC), Satoshi Nakamoto, which nobody has ever seen, and is willing to sell secrets for money Nakamoto. According to Wired, a hacker named Jeffrey argues that this information may also be used to expose the identity of the creator Bitcoin.
Jeffrey told not so much, but when he was asked how he managed to take control of the address email@example.com , who Nakamoto used for correspondence, he replied: “The fool has used primary gmx under his full name, and kept them under their aliases. Yet he is still alive. ”
In a post on Pastebin Jeffrey stated that reveals the secrets of Satoshi, if someone pays 25 Bitcoins – about 12 000 dollars. He also said that he has mail messages since 2011. Programmer (or a group of programmers) under the name Satoshi Nakamoto released software with open source software that runs kriptovalyuta bitcoin, back in 2009. Since then, Bitcoin has grown to global phenomenon, and people are trying to expose its creator. However, the true identity of Nakamoto still remains a mystery.
Jeffrey did not say how to access your account Nakamoto, and answered many questions. Looks like he used to address gmx.com, to gain access to other accounts Nakamoto. With one of them left a message on Monday on the website P2P Foundation. Another spoiled old page developers bitcoin site Sourceforge.
The message P2P Foundation Jeffrey said that the information about Nakamoto already sold on the web.
“Apparently, you have not configured correctly your Tor, and your IP flowed from correspondences in 2010. You are not safe. You need to get away from where you are now, as soon as possible, before you hurt. ”
Nevertheless, Jeffrey has not provided any evidence to substantiate their claims. And it is unclear what information it has about the creator of Bitcoin.
Satoshi Nakamoto disappeared from sight back in 2010, so it is possible that in a few years the provider GMX.com just let someone create a new address firstname.lastname@example.org . Provider itself from the UK and can not answer questions.
More intriguing seems probable that the account has been compromised. If that’s true, Jeffrey could get access to a wealth of private letters Satoshi. And this information can help to expose the true nature of Nakamoto.
Michael Marquardt, Head of Administration Forum Bitcointalk.org, says Jeffrey sent him an excerpt from a letter he sent Nakamoto in March this year. “Therefore, any e-mail account is compromised in March, or the attacker gained access to old emails, account compromising yourself.”Viewing:-185
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