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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #340 on: November 12, 2014, 09:23:50 am »

10% received. thanks bro

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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 42% return so far, >564k dividends, ~8GH
« Reply #341 on: November 12, 2014, 02:03:50 pm »

Multiplied assets received, thanks! ;)

I also am developing a python equivilent of the dividend+ module to allow people to optionally reinvest a particular percentage (and to allow them to modify that percentage via encrypted AM to the asset issuer)

While it's being developed, are you going to process reinvestment requests manually according to AM already sent? Or will we have to send it again when the module is ready?
« Last Edit: November 12, 2014, 02:36:11 pm by 13Darko »
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #342 on: November 12, 2014, 03:41:46 pm »

Sorry guys, I won't be able to post the TXN numbers (at least not for a bit - it will require a fair bit of cleanup)
But I am about to execute the asset distribution script.  Please post in this thread and let me know once you have recieved your multiplication assets.
And in other news, future weeks auto reinvestments should be super simple to do now that I've got a python method of asset distribution sorted out. :)

BTW, the multiplication assets will be coming from a throwaway account.  (The password for the asset issuer is ridiculously complex and has a ton of special characters so this was by far the easiest way to do this)  The throwaway account is NXT-FZ7Z-CZG7-MRSY-99NQY, aliased "HRLTCGEAR Multiplication Distribution Account"

There's a cool program called LastPass which you can use to generate up to 100 character long random passwords which are stored in an encrypted file - it is completely secure and the top recommendation of PCmag.com and others - http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2407168,00.asp. I use it for everything. You can enable 2FA on it which makes it bulletproof.

Also, you can issue asset dividends through the dividends+ module - just enter the asset ID  in the ASSET PAID OUT field and it will pay in assets instead of in NXT.

Nothing is completely secure.

LastPass is not safe.  So many trivial vulnerabilities have already been reported and more continue to be announced.  A cloud based password safe, though convenient, is more vulnerable and more of a target, a gigantic pot of honey.  Don't be foolish and don't keep your passwords there.

You should use a private password safe such as Schneier's Password Safe or KeePass.

That's true, Keepass is the best since it only stores on your local machine. But, it is only accessable on your local machine unless you carry around a USB with you. Passwords stored by Lastpass are encrypted, and the decryption of your actual passwords is done on your own computer. Also, if you use 2FA with Lastpass noone can access your passwords even if they do hack your master password. Many security experts give Lastpass a thumbs up.

From lifehacker.com - "At the end of the day, it's up to you to use what makes you feel safe. But remember: nothing is 100% secure. We still think LastPass is the best option around, as long as you use it correctly."
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #343 on: November 12, 2014, 03:57:48 pm »

Personally, I keep my KeePass database on a Google Drive protected with 2FA authentication and it has a fairly good complex password as it's master password (128 bits of entropy) that I've committed to memory. :)
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #344 on: November 12, 2014, 04:00:18 pm »

Personally, I keep my KeePass database on a Google Drive protected with 2FA authentication and it has a fairly good complex password as it's master password (128 bits of entropy) that I've committed to memory. :)

Don't get your head hurt!  ;)
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #345 on: November 12, 2014, 04:03:10 pm »

Personally, I keep my KeePass database on a Google Drive protected with 2FA authentication and it has a fairly good complex password as it's master password (128 bits of entropy) that I've committed to memory. :)

Don't get your head hurt!  ;)
I've given a good deal of thought to this (what happens if I get hit by a bus, etc)
One possible solution that I've had would be to give Damelon the first half of my ltcgear account password, and to give jl777 the other half.  Unfortunately though I realized that LTCgear also requires 2FA (email authentication) every login.
I am still thinking of some solutions to this (2FA makes it very difficult to share credentials with anyone)
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #346 on: November 12, 2014, 04:19:06 pm »

Personally, I keep my KeePass database on a Google Drive protected with 2FA authentication and it has a fairly good complex password as it's master password (128 bits of entropy) that I've committed to memory. :)

Don't get your head hurt!  ;)
I've given a good deal of thought to this (what happens if I get hit by a bus, etc)
One possible solution that I've had would be to give Damelon the first half of my ltcgear account password, and to give jl777 the other half.  Unfortunately though I realized that LTCgear also requires 2FA (email authentication) every login.
I am still thinking of some solutions to this (2FA makes it very difficult to share credentials with anyone)
Split the 2fa key too
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #347 on: November 12, 2014, 04:20:46 pm »

Personally, I keep my KeePass database on a Google Drive protected with 2FA authentication and it has a fairly good complex password as it's master password (128 bits of entropy) that I've committed to memory. :)

Don't get your head hurt!  ;)
I've given a good deal of thought to this (what happens if I get hit by a bus, etc)
One possible solution that I've had would be to give Damelon the first half of my ltcgear account password, and to give jl777 the other half.  Unfortunately though I realized that LTCgear also requires 2FA (email authentication) every login.
I am still thinking of some solutions to this (2FA makes it very difficult to share credentials with anyone)
Split the 2fa key too
How can you split a 2FA key?
LTCgear uses email one-time codes (ie, you log in and they email your email the login password that you have to use to get signed in).
Most of the other stuff uses Google Authenticator, which is bound to a smart phone.
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #348 on: November 12, 2014, 04:40:10 pm »

This is a good train of thought.

How about making a separate email account and giving the trustees half access each.

I am really hoping to get a solution through NXT wallet.
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #349 on: November 12, 2014, 04:41:32 pm »

Ah, I thought it is a google autenticator code, I know google autenticator can be split "yo can type the code in your phone which can be extracted from the qr code"
Can't you use another kind of 2fa for ltcgear? Only email? If not, use another email and split the password :P
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #350 on: November 12, 2014, 04:53:25 pm »

Ah, I thought it is a google autenticator code, I know google autenticator can be split "yo can type the code in your phone which can be extracted from the qr code"
Can't you use another kind of 2fa for ltcgear? Only email? If not, use another email and split the password :P
The only way that I would feel safe with an account holding 100+ btc worth of LTCgears, honestly, is for it to be protected with some form of 2FA.
if I create a gmail address for it, how do I ensure that the gmail account stays safe? Gmail is notorious for accounts getting broken into.
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #351 on: November 12, 2014, 05:03:06 pm »

Ah, I thought it is a google autenticator code, I know google autenticator can be split "yo can type the code in your phone which can be extracted from the qr code"
Can't you use another kind of 2fa for ltcgear? Only email? If not, use another email and split the password :P
The only way that I would feel safe with an account holding 100+ btc worth of LTCgears, honestly, is for it to be protected with some form of 2FA.
if I create a gmail address for it, how do I ensure that the gmail account stays safe? Gmail is notorious for accounts getting broken into.
I mean use the google authenticator 2fa, not a google account, do you need a google account for use it? Or at least, will this google account in case of needed save any information about the master keys you use in google autenthicator? Each time I restore my phone, I have to introduce again all the master keys for 2fa in google authenticator, so I suppose they are always in your phone and unknow by google, am I right?
If not create another email account only for the ltcgear 2fa confirmations like satoshi and my suggested in last posts at same time hehe
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #352 on: November 12, 2014, 05:08:09 pm »

Been a long time since I looked into it but Google 2FA does not need a google account, not a connection to their servers.  Well, the app mihht connect to google to syncronize an internal clock, but it doesn't pass the data back-and-forth.

If you split your google 2FA seed, you can split the account.
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #353 on: November 12, 2014, 05:19:12 pm »

Ah, I thought it is a google autenticator code, I know google autenticator can be split "yo can type the code in your phone which can be extracted from the qr code"
Can't you use another kind of 2fa for ltcgear? Only email? If not, use another email and split the password :P
The only way that I would feel safe with an account holding 100+ btc worth of LTCgears, honestly, is for it to be protected with some form of 2FA.
if I create a gmail address for it, how do I ensure that the gmail account stays safe? Gmail is notorious for accounts getting broken into.

If you have someone in your jurisdiction sign an NDA that should be sufficient. If they take the password and use it for a purpose other than holding on to it, it would be a no contest case. You could do this with a corporation for example, which is even better since it shields you from personal legal liability -- although I can't imagine what liability you could have, maybe a secretary paper-cutting themselves on the hardcopy.

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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #354 on: November 12, 2014, 06:26:01 pm »

Personally, I keep my KeePass database on a Google Drive protected with 2FA authentication and it has a fairly good complex password as it's master password (128 bits of entropy) that I've committed to memory. :)

Saving KeePass to Google Drive is the same as using last pass - encrypted file stored online
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #355 on: November 12, 2014, 06:34:16 pm »

I would seriously not put encrypted password safes on google drive, last pass or anywhere else.  Cryptanalysis gets better every decade.  Moore's Law says bruiteforce gets easier over time.  It is really only a matter of time before someone (Lastpass, NSA, or other) decrypts your password safe.

Trusting a 3rd party with your encrypted data is a fundamentally weaker security assumption.  When reasoning about a crypto systems the step one assumption is does the enemy have your encrypted data.  Why give up this level of difficulty to an attacker.

Summary: carry a USB.

@pf I like your idea about splitting passwords and email accounts as necessary with K trusted individuals.
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #356 on: November 12, 2014, 07:00:04 pm »

Been a long time since I looked into it but Google 2FA does not need a google account, not a connection to their servers.  Well, the app mihht connect to google to syncronize an internal clock, but it doesn't pass the data back-and-forth.

If you split your google 2FA seed, you can split the account.
Is there an easy way to do this? :p
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #357 on: November 12, 2014, 08:30:09 pm »

Been a long time since I looked into it but Google 2FA does not need a google account, not a connection to their servers.  Well, the app mihht connect to google to syncronize an internal clock, but it doesn't pass the data back-and-forth.

If you split your google 2FA seed, you can split the account.
Is there an easy way to do this? :p

Do you already have a qr code from ltgear? If so, scan it with your phone and copy the 2fa seed to another place
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #358 on: November 12, 2014, 08:33:55 pm »

LastPass is not safe.  So many trivial vulnerabilities have already been reported and more continue to be announced.  A cloud based password safe, though convenient, is more vulnerable and more of a target, a gigantic pot of honey.  Don't be foolish and don't keep your passwords there.

You should use a private password safe such as Schneier's Password Safe or KeePass.

Please elaborate because from everything I've read by peer review lastpass is safe.

What trivial vulnerabilities? Who "announced" them?

While the passwords are saved on their server, it is only the encrypted version, that is encrypted client side. Lastpass never sends your password.

I am far from foolish believe me. You say things, without pointing to any reliable information.
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Re: [ANN] HRLTCGEAR - fixed price, 54.5% return so far, >894k dividends, ~12GH
« Reply #359 on: November 12, 2014, 08:37:44 pm »

Gmail is notorious for accounts getting broken into.

What? Where do you get that info? IF that is true, I am fairly sure it is due to users using simplistic, easy to guess passwords, and no fault in googles security.
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