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Child's Play, Click, and Internet: I want to share with you a real story that happened to me at the beginning of this year I came across a rather significant vulnerability, which allowed me to get full access to a PC where more than a million dollars worth of cryptocurrency was being stored in unencrypted form and without any protection. I say "came across" because I had no intention of hacking into this computer. Circumstances left the door open to me A user revealed the IP address of the potential victim to the public on one of the hacker forums. According to him, there was something important on this computer First of all I would like to make it absolutely clear that I u for vulnerabilities on a voluntary basis or for a fee in order to improve the security of the Internet and local networks. For the sake of interest, I decided to scan this IP address and, if possible, to break into this PC before any real intruders were able to. I found an open port through which I could connect via RDP. The rest was child's play: using brute-force attack method I was able to crack a user's password who was authorized to log in using RDP At first glance it seemed that I had hacked into a fairly ordinary office PC at a dentist's office. There was nothing super important here that would interest others: business correspondence, patient exam results, and bank statements. But just as I was about to write to them about the vulnerability in their network, I found an installed copy of TeamViewer with a logged-in user. That's when things becamequite interestingg Out of the small list of active PCs, I found one that interested me. I managed to log into it without any problems. It turned out that the owner of this PC had been using it to store cryptocurrency. I found a Litecoin Core program there with an unencrypted wallet (with no password protection) containing LTC 4040 (worth over USD 1 million at the time of the hack), two-factor authentication data (including QR code with a secret key), and passwords to all of the exchanges including Bitstamp, Coinbase, and Quadriga where the PC owner had registered an account. The PC owner had also deposited additional savings on these exchanges, including 1200 XRP on Bitstamp. In addition, I found hundreds of saved passwords to other services (banks, payment systems, and online stores etc) in his browser After discovering all of this, I broke out into a cold sweat and a shiver went up my spine. I could with one click of the button and without any restrictions transfer at a minimum all of his LTC, which was worth more than USD 1,000,000 at that time according to the exchange rate. I do not understand how people could store such amounts of money without taking proper security measures, such as a hardware wallet at the very least. do such things, because I am an ethical (wh It's very difficult to resist such a temptation, believe me. But I decided not to touch anything. I created a text file on his desktop, in which I described how he (as it turned out later, his wife at work) had serious vulnerabilities in his network configuration that would allow intruders to access his system from the outside. I wrote him detailed recommendations about how he could eliminate the vulnerabilities. In the s message l also told him how he could protect his cryptocurrency savings end I wrote tha he could donate me as a thank-you for such a HUGE help. I left him my wal the ed off his PC. I received 2 LTC (USD 500) in m so received a messa m him, I ve started to ask me eta im a little re wrote that ised at his urpri the ra ved him from losi f more than USD 1 mill a loss. After a little more correspondence he reluctantly sent me iven that that wo then stopped communicating with me at all. l received a total of about USD 3000. I then made a calculation at the current exchange rate, and I found out that this amount represented only 0.29% of the amount that he had stored in LTC. There you have it: human gratitude. Frankly, I expected more words of gratitude in his letter and a more generous fee for the service that I did for him. For any bug bounty program, the payment for discovering a vulnerability that could lead to such damage would have been several times greater. Indeed, the tips that waiters receive for their service at a restaurant represent a greater percentage of the bill. This is already the second week that I have experienced doubts about whether I made the right decision. After such a display of ingratitude your mind tends toward evil thoughts, and you start to think that it would have been better if you stole the money. However, I still think that from the moral point of view such an action would have been wrong ng ost importan rvous system ve resulted if he suffered s 10 LTC and
Child's Play, Click, and Internet: I want to share with you a real story that happened to me at the beginning of this year
 I came across a rather significant vulnerability, which allowed me to get full access to a PC where more than a million dollars worth of
 cryptocurrency was being stored in unencrypted form and without any protection. I say "came across" because I had no intention of
 hacking into this computer. Circumstances left the door open to me
 A user revealed the IP address of the potential victim to the public on one of the hacker forums. According to him, there was something
 important on this computer
 First of all I would like to make it absolutely clear that I u
 for vulnerabilities on a voluntary basis or for a fee in order to improve the security of the Internet and local networks.
 For the sake of interest, I decided to scan this IP address and, if possible, to break into this PC before any real intruders were able to. I
 found an open port through which I could connect via RDP. The rest was child's play: using brute-force attack method I was able to
 crack a user's password who was authorized to log in using RDP
 At first glance it seemed that I had hacked into a fairly ordinary office PC at a dentist's office. There was nothing super important here
 that would interest others: business correspondence, patient exam results, and bank statements. But just as I was about to write to them
 about the vulnerability in their network, I found an installed copy of TeamViewer with a logged-in user. That's when things becamequite
 interestingg
 Out of the small list of active PCs, I found one that interested me. I managed to log into it without any problems. It turned out that the
 owner of this PC had been using it to store cryptocurrency. I found a Litecoin Core program there with an unencrypted wallet (with no
 password protection) containing LTC 4040 (worth over USD 1 million at the time of the hack), two-factor authentication data (including
 QR code with a secret key), and passwords to all of the exchanges including Bitstamp, Coinbase, and Quadriga where the PC owner had
 registered an account. The PC owner had also deposited additional savings on these exchanges, including 1200 XRP on Bitstamp. In
 addition, I found hundreds of saved passwords to other services (banks, payment systems, and online stores etc) in his browser
 After discovering all of this, I broke out into a cold sweat and a shiver went up my spine. I could with one click of the button and without
 any restrictions transfer at a minimum all of his LTC, which was worth more than USD 1,000,000 at that time according to the exchange
 rate. I do not understand how people could store such amounts of money without taking proper security measures, such as a hardware
 wallet at the very least.
 do such things, because I am an ethical (wh
 It's very difficult to resist such a temptation, believe me. But I decided not to touch anything. I created a text file on his desktop, in which
 I described how he (as it turned out later, his wife at work) had serious vulnerabilities in his network configuration that would allow
 intruders to access his system from the outside. I wrote him detailed recommendations about how he could eliminate the
 vulnerabilities. In the s
 message l also told him how he could protect his cryptocurrency savings
 end I wrote tha
 he could donate me as a thank-you for such a HUGE help. I left him my wal
 the
 ed off his PC.
 I received 2 LTC (USD 500) in m
 so received a messa
 m him, I
 ve
 started to ask me
 eta
 im a little
 re
 wrote that
 ised at his
 urpri
 the
 ra
 ved him from losi
 f more than USD 1 mill
 a loss. After a little more correspondence he reluctantly sent me
 iven that
 that wo
 then stopped communicating with me at all.
 l received a total of about USD 3000. I then made a calculation at the current exchange rate, and I found out that this amount
 represented only 0.29% of the amount that he had stored in LTC. There you have it: human gratitude. Frankly, I expected more words of
 gratitude in his letter and a more generous fee for the service that I did for him. For any bug bounty program, the payment for
 discovering a vulnerability that could lead to such damage would have been several times greater. Indeed, the tips that waiters receive
 for their service at a restaurant represent a greater percentage of the bill.
 This is already the second week that I have experienced doubts about whether I made the right decision. After such a display of
 ingratitude your mind tends toward evil thoughts, and you start to think that it would have been better if you stole the money.
 However, I still think that from the moral point of view such an action would have been wrong
 ng
 ost importan
 rvous system
 ve resulted if he
 suffered s
 10 LTC and
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 Home(
 Home (4)
 Home (4)
 nah i graduated a while
 What's up
 Oh no bro it's cool lol
 lol that's funny
 not much man... do i
 know you?
 Ya not doing anything
 now... just sitting on the
 foot of my bed
 Oh my bad man
 I'm so bored lol
 oh no its toetally fine!
 I just saw you were on
 my people I may know
 so I thought what the
 heck why not
 Yeah me too. I'm just
 sitting here watching old
 footage of the UNC
 tarheels.
 Lol same
 So what's up
 Yeah, I;m surprised im
 not passed out right
 now... ate a whole
 footlong sub for dinner
 and I'm about to die. So
 fat. I am so fat and
 sleepy.
 05/30/2016, 11:52 AM
 Oh that is bored lol
 Sup
 why not message me??
 haha um because we
 don't know each other
 and that's not normal?
 Ya I should probably just
 go to bed so my feet
 aren't dragging
 tomorrow
 05/30/2016, 5:42 PM
 What you doing
 Sorry l saw you went
 to
 trying to be friendly ha
 05/30/2016, 11:28 PM
 and was just
 Sorry bro I never check
 my facebook lolz
 Lol yeah I had a salad
 lol
 I'm used to it lol
 Home (4)
 O Home (4)
 Home (4)
 used to what? going to
 bed?
 What's up man
 Sweet lol
 At Walmart man you
 I need a foot massage
 lol
 Being tired
 Just hangin out!
 ah ya me too gotta wake
 up early at 6. but you
 gotta stay light on your
 feet my friend.
 Huh, that was an
 insanely random thing to
 say
 I just cut my finger lol
 Are you still at
 ol I was just saying
 05/31/2016, 12:06 AM
 06/05/2016, 8:26 PM
 I am lol right now
 I gott question lol
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 Sorry lol
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 Sup
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 chillin!
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