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Here's a list of 520+ free online programming/CS courses (MOOCs) with feedback(i.e. exams/homeworks/assignments) that you can start this month (October 2016)

Unfortunately I couldn't fit all the courses here because of Reddit's 40,000 character limit. So I removed older self-paced courses from the list. These courses are always open for registration.
They can be found here:
~300 Self Paced Programming and Computer Science courses
I have also started categorizing the courses listed here by the programming language they are taught in. You can find the list here:
~250 MOOCs categorized by Programming Language
This is not the complete list of MOOCs starting in October 2016, just the ones relevant to this community. The complete list of courses starting in October 2016 can be found over at Class Central (1800+ courses). I maintain a much bigger list of these courses over at Class Central
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NOTE: Unfortunately Coursera has converted many of its courses to 'Premium Grading'. Which basically means that you need to pay if you want to access graded assignments :(. You can also apply for Financial Aid - https://learner.coursera.help/hc/en-us/articles/209819033-Apply-for-Financial-Aid
BEGINNER(28)
Course Name Start Date Length (in weeks) Rating
AP® Computer Science Principles via edX Self paced NA NA
Introduction to CSS3 via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 4.6★ (7)
[NEW] Introduction to Web Development via Coursera 3rd Oct NA NA
Internet History, Technology, and Security via Coursera 3rd Oct 10 4.6★ (28)
Data to Insight: an Introduction to Data Analysis via FutureLearn 3rd Oct 8 4★ (2)
Programming Foundations with JavaScript, HTML and CSS via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 3.8★ (9)
Introduction to Cyber Security via FutureLearn 3rd Oct 8 4.2★ (18)
Introduction to Programming with Java, Part 1: Starting to Code with Java via edX 4th Oct NA 3★ (2)
How To Create a Website in a Weekend! (Project-Centered Course) via Coursera 10th Oct 3 5★ (1)
Ruby on Rails: An Introduction via Coursera 10th Oct 3 3.1★ (48)
Learn to Code for Data Analysis via FutureLearn 10th Oct 4 3★ (1)
Build a Modern Computer from First Principles: From Nand to Tetris (Project-Centered Course) via Coursera 10th Oct 6 4.8★ (12)
Code Yourself! An Introduction to Programming via Coursera 10th Oct 5 4.3★ (6)
CODAPPS: Coding mobile apps for entrepreneurs via Coursera 10th Oct 8 5★ (1)
[NEW] Python Programming: A Concise Introduction via Coursera 10th Oct NA NA
HTML, CSS, and Javascript for Web Developers via Coursera 10th Oct 5 5★ (4)
HTML, CSS and JavaScript via Coursera 10th Oct 3 4.1★ (13)
Introduction to HTML5 via Coursera 10th Oct 3 4.1★ (30)
Introduction to the Internet of Things and Embedded Systems via Coursera 10th Oct 4 3.7★ (6)
An Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python (Part 2) via Coursera 17th Oct 4 4.8★ (40)
Usable Security via Coursera 17th Oct 7 2.9★ (8)
Introduction to Programming with MATLAB via Coursera 17th Oct 9 4.9★ (141)
An Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python (Part 1) via Coursera 17th Oct 5 4.9★ (2816)
Creative Programming for Digital Media & Mobile Apps via Coursera 24th Oct NA 4★ (10)
[NEW] AP Computer Science A: Java Programming Data Structures and Loops via edX 24th Oct NA NA
Learn to Program: The Fundamentals via Coursera 24th Oct 10 4.8★ (81)
Introduction à la programmation orientée objet (en Java) via Coursera 24th Oct 7 5★ (1)
Begin Programming: Build Your First Mobile Game via FutureLearn 31st Oct 7 3.9★ (7)
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M233: Getting Started with Spark and MongoDB via MongoDB University Self paced NA NA
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[NEW] Essential Design Principles for Tableau via Coursera 1st Oct NA NA
Software Defined Networking via Coursera 1st Oct NA 4★ (5)
Client Needs and Software Requirements via Coursera 1st Oct 4 4.3★ (6)
Client Needs and Software Requirements via Coursera 1st Oct 4 4.3★ (6)
Agile Planning for Software Products via Coursera 1st Oct 4 3★ (2)
VLSI CAD Part I: Logic via Coursera 1st Oct 10 5★ (3)
Software Processes and Agile Practices via Coursera 1st Oct 4 4.3★ (9)
Introduction to Software Product Management via Coursera 1st Oct 2 4.2★ (10)
Reviews & Metrics for Software Improvements via Coursera 1st Oct 4 NA
Discrete Optimization via Coursera 2nd Oct 9 4.3★ (11)
Internet Emerging Technologies via Coursera 3rd Oct 3 3★ (2)
Java Programming: Arrays, Lists, and Structured Data via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 4.3★ (3)
Multiplatform Mobile App Development with Web Technologies via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 5★ (1)
Responsive Web Design via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 3.3★ (10)
Big Data Integration and Processing via Coursera 3rd Oct NA NA
Robotic Vision via EdCast 3rd Oct 9 4.8★ (4)
Algorithms on Strings via Coursera 3rd Oct NA 3★ (1)
Introduction To Swift Programming via Coursera 3rd Oct 5 1.2★ (5)
Fundamentals of Visualization with Tableau via Coursera 3rd Oct NA NA
Mastering the Software Engineering Interview via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 5★ (1)
Cloud Computing Applications, Part 1: Cloud Systems and Infrastructure via Coursera 3rd Oct 5 3.4★ (7)
Data Management and Visualization via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 2.4★ (5)
Cryptography via Coursera 3rd Oct 7 4.2★ (6)
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iOS App Development Basics via Coursera 3rd Oct 5 4★ (2)
Data Analysis Tools via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 3★ (3)
Principles of Machine Learning via edX 3rd Oct NA NA
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Internet of Things: How did we get here? via Coursera 3rd Oct 2 2★ (5)
Cloud Computing Concepts: Part 2 via Coursera 3rd Oct 5 4.8★ (4)
Cybersecurity and Mobility via Coursera 3rd Oct NA NA
Data Science in Real Life via Coursera 3rd Oct 1 3★ (8)
Introduction to Meteor.js Development via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 5★ (3)
[NEW] The R Programming Environment via Coursera 3rd Oct NA NA
Big Data: Mathematical Modelling via FutureLearn 3rd Oct 2 NA
Process Mining: Data science in Action via Coursera 3rd Oct 6 4.3★ (12)
[NEW] Programming Languages, Part C via Coursera 3rd Oct NA NA
Big Data, Cloud Computing, & CDN Emerging Technologies via Coursera 3rd Oct 3 3.3★ (4)
Wireless Communication Emerging Technologies via Coursera 3rd Oct 5 3.7★ (3)
Algorithms, Part I via Coursera 3rd Oct 6 4.4★ (37)
Running Product Design Sprints via Coursera 3rd Oct 5 NA
Internet of Things & Augmented Reality Emerging Technologies via Coursera 3rd Oct 2 2.5★ (2)
R Programming via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 2.7★ (210)
The Data Scientist’s Toolbox via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 3.2★ (141)
Getting and Cleaning Data via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 3.4★ (47)
Practical Machine Learning via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 3.4★ (20)
Exploratory Data Analysis via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 3.8★ (32)
Cybersecurity and the X-Factor via Coursera 3rd Oct NA NA
Regression Models via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 2.6★ (27)
Statistical Inference via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 2.7★ (26)
Dealing With Missing Data via Coursera 3rd Oct NA NA
Reproducible Research via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 3.7★ (22)
Machine Learning via Coursera 3rd Oct 11 4.8★ (204)
Internet of Things: Setting Up Your DragonBoard™ Development Platform via Coursera 3rd Oct 10 3★ (3)
Introduction to Big Data via Coursera 3rd Oct 3 2.6★ (27)
Algorithms: Design and Analysis, Part 1 via Coursera 3rd Oct 6 4.7★ (52)
Algorithmic Toolbox via Coursera 3rd Oct 5 4.7★ (6)
Cryptography I via Coursera 3rd Oct 7 4.7★ (38)
A Crash Course in Data Science via Coursera 3rd Oct 1 3.3★ (14)
Data Visualization and Communication with Tableau via Coursera 3rd Oct 5 4★ (7)
Java Programming: Solving Problems with Software via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 3.3★ (8)
Database Management Essentials via Coursera 3rd Oct 7 3.8★ (4)
Hadoop Platform and Application Framework via Coursera 3rd Oct 5 1.9★ (19)
Front-End Web UI Frameworks and Tools via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 4.3★ (6)
Algorithms: Design and Analysis, Part 2 via Coursera 3rd Oct 6 4.8★ (16)
A developer's guide to the Internet of Things (IoT) via Coursera 3rd Oct NA 4★ (1)
Java for Android via Coursera 4th Oct 4 NA
Data Visualization via Coursera 10th Oct 4 3.2★ (15)
Framework for Data Collection and Analysis via Coursera 10th Oct NA 3.5★ (2)
Interactivity with JavaScript via Coursera 10th Oct 4 4.3★ (6)
Responsive Website Basics: Code with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript via Coursera 10th Oct 4 3.9★ (20)
Introduction to Spreadsheets and Models via Coursera 10th Oct 4 4.7★ (3)
Functional Program Design in Scala via Coursera 10th Oct NA NA
The Raspberry Pi Platform and Python Programming for the Raspberry Pi via Coursera 10th Oct 4 3.5★ (2)
Biology Meets Programming: Bioinformatics for Beginners via Coursera 10th Oct 4 5★ (5)
Best Practices for iOS User Interface Design via Coursera 10th Oct 4 5★ (1)
Algorithms on Graphs via Coursera 10th Oct NA 4★ (1)
Big Data Modeling and Management Systems via Coursera 10th Oct NA NA
Advanced Algorithms and Complexity via Coursera 10th Oct NA NA
Java Programming: Principles of Software Design via Coursera 10th Oct 4 4.7★ (3)
Programming Mobile Applications for Android Handheld Systems: Part 2 via Coursera 10th Oct 5 4.5★ (12)
Interfacing with the Arduino via Coursera 10th Oct 4 4★ (4)
Toward the Future of iOS Development with Swift via Coursera 10th Oct 4 NA
Advanced Data Structures in Java via Coursera 10th Oct 5 NA
Interfacing with the Raspberry Pi via Coursera 10th Oct 4 1★ (1)
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB via Coursera 10th Oct 4 4.2★ (5)
Data Manipulation at Scale: Systems and Algorithms via Coursera 10th Oct 4 2.5★ (4)
Data Structures and Performance via Coursera 10th Oct 5 5★ (3)
Approximation Algorithms Part I via Coursera 10th Oct 5 5★ (2)
Getting Started: Agile Meets Design Thinking via Coursera 10th Oct 5 5★ (1)
Text Retrieval and Search Engines via Coursera 10th Oct 4 3.2★ (5)
Games, Sensors and Media via Coursera 10th Oct 4 NA
Advanced Styling with Responsive Design via Coursera 10th Oct 4 4.7★ (3)
Beginning Game Programming with C# via Coursera 10th Oct 12 3.4★ (14)
Programming Mobile Applications for Android Handheld Systems: Part 1 via Coursera 10th Oct 5 4.1★ (35)
Managing an Agile Team via Coursera 10th Oct NA 2★ (1)
Cybersecurity and the Internet of Things via Coursera 10th Oct NA NA
Data Warehouse Concepts, Design, and Data Integration via Coursera 10th Oct 5 5★ (1)
Responsive Website Tutorial and Examples via Coursera 10th Oct 4 5★ (1)
App Design and Development for iOS via Coursera 10th Oct 5 3★ (2)
Foundations of Objective-C App Development via Coursera 10th Oct 4 3★ (2)
Functional Programming Principles in Scala via Coursera 10th Oct 7 4.8★ (45)
Ruby on Rails Web Services and Integration with MongoDB via Coursera 10th Oct 4 4.8★ (4)
Object Oriented Programming in Java via Coursera 10th Oct 6 4.8★ (10)
Build Your First Android App (Project-Centered Course) via Coursera 10th Oct 5 3★ (1)
Managing Big Data with MySQL via Coursera 10th Oct 5 3.8★ (5)
Rails with Active Record and Action Pack via Coursera 10th Oct 4 4★ (1)
Data Structures via Coursera 10th Oct 4 2★ (2)
Single Page Web Applications with AngularJS via Coursera 10th Oct NA NA
Software Architecture for the Internet of Things via Coursera 10th Oct NA NA
The Arduino Platform and C Programming via Coursera 10th Oct 4 3.3★ (7)
Cloud Computing Concepts, Part 1 via Coursera 10th Oct 5 2.6★ (17)
Server-side Development with NodeJS via Coursera 10th Oct 4 5★ (1)
Mining Massive Datasets via Stanford OpenEdx 11th Oct 7 4.6★ (17)
M101J: MongoDB for Java Developers via MongoDB University 11th Oct 7 4.5★ (15)
M101JS: MongoDB for Node.js Developers via MongoDB University 11th Oct 7 4.4★ (8)
M101N: MongoDB for .NET Developers via MongoDB University 11th Oct NA 4★ (3)
M101P: MongoDB for Developers via MongoDB University 11th Oct 7 4.8★ (8)
M102: MongoDB for DBAs via MongoDB University 11th Oct 7 4.5★ (8)
M202: MongoDB Advanced Deployment and Operations via MongoDB University 11th Oct 7 5★ (4)
Software Security via Coursera 17th Oct 6 4.7★ (20)
Global Warming II: Create Your Own Models in Python via Coursera 17th Oct 5 2★ (1)
Programming Languages, Part A via Coursera 17th Oct NA 4.9★ (16)
Algorithmic Thinking (Part 1) via Coursera 17th Oct 4 4.1★ (13)
C++ For C Programmers, Part B via Coursera 17th Oct NA NA
Interactive Computer Graphics via Coursera 17th Oct 8 3.5★ (2)
[NEW] Advanced R Programming via Coursera 17th Oct NA NA
Principles of Computing (Part 1) via Coursera 17th Oct 5 4.6★ (25)
[NEW] How to Win Coding Competitions: Secrets of Champions via edX 17th Oct NA NA
Front-End JavaScript Frameworks: AngularJS via Coursera 17th Oct 4 3.8★ (4)
Internet of Things: Communication Technologies via Coursera 17th Oct 4 3★ (2)
Algorithmic Thinking (Part 2) via Coursera 17th Oct NA 4.4★ (8)
Introduction to Neurohacking In R via Coursera 17th Oct NA NA
Cloud Networking via Coursera 17th Oct 5 4.3★ (3)
Introduction to Architecting Smart IoT Devices via Coursera 17th Oct NA NA
Principles of Computing (Part 2) via Coursera 17th Oct NA 4.3★ (14)
Programming Languages, Part B via Coursera 17th Oct NA NA
[NEW] Internet of Things for Active Aging via FutureLearn 17th Oct NA NA
[NEW] Cyber Security Economics via edX 19th Oct NA NA
Introduction to Computational Thinking and Data Science via edX 19th Oct 9 4.4★ (20)
Genomic Data Science with Galaxy via Coursera 24th Oct 4 1.8★ (11)
Bioinformatics: Introduction and Methods 生物信息学: 导论与方法 via Coursera 24th Oct 14 NA
Web Application Development: Basic Concepts via Coursera 24th Oct NA NA
Python for Genomic Data Science via Coursera 24th Oct 4 2.4★ (11)
Introduction to Genomic Technologies via Coursera 24th Oct 4 2.7★ (10)
[NEW] Julia Scientific Programming via Coursera 24th Oct NA NA
Introduction to Data Science in Python via Coursera 24th Oct NA NA
Computer Architecture via Coursera 24th Oct 11 4.5★ (4)
Statistics for Genomic Data Science via Coursera 24th Oct 4 2★ (2)
C++ For C Programmers, Part A via Coursera 24th Oct NA 3.2★ (9)
Документы и презентации в LaTeX (Introduction to LaTeX) via Coursera 31st Oct 5 NA
Big Data: Data Visualisation via FutureLearn 31st Oct 2 NA
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Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies via Coursera 1st Oct 7 4.6★ (9)
[NEW] Nature, in Code: Biology in JavaScript via edX 1st Oct NA NA
[NEW] Recommender Systems: Evaluation and Metrics via Coursera 1st Oct NA NA
Nearest Neighbor Collaborative Filtering via Coursera 1st Oct NA NA
Machine Learning: Clustering & Retrieval via Coursera 3rd Oct NA 4.5★ (2)
Big Data Science with the BD2K-LINCS Data Coordination and Integration Center via Coursera 3rd Oct 7 4★ (1)
Text Mining and Analytics via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 3.7★ (6)
Embedded Hardware and Operating Systems via Coursera 3rd Oct NA NA
System Validation: Automata and behavioural equivalences via Coursera 3rd Oct NA NA
Machine Learning for Data Analysis via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 3★ (3)
Neural Networks for Machine Learning via Coursera 3rd Oct 8 4.5★ (11)
Quantitative Formal Modeling and Worst-Case Performance Analysis via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 4★ (2)
Advanced Linear Models for Data Science 1: Least Squares via Coursera 3rd Oct NA NA
Developing Data Products via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 3.9★ (16)
Cluster Analysis in Data Mining via Coursera 3rd Oct 4 2.6★ (5)
Machine Learning: Regression via Coursera 3rd Oct 6 4.7★ (13)
Introduction to Natural Language Processing via Coursera 3rd Oct NA 3.8★ (6)
Regression Modeling in Practice via Coursera 7th Oct 4 5★ (2)
Parallel programming via Coursera 10th Oct NA 5★ (1)
Pattern Discovery in Data Mining via Coursera 10th Oct 4 2.2★ (19)
Finding Hidden Messages in DNA (Bioinformatics I) via Coursera 10th Oct 4 4.5★ (16)
Graph Analytics for Big Data via Coursera 10th Oct 4 2.4★ (5)
Introduction to Recommender Systems: Non-Personalized and Content-Based via Coursera 10th Oct NA NA
Nearest Neighbor Collaborative Filtering via Coursera 10th Oct NA NA
Practical Predictive Analytics: Models and Methods via Coursera 10th Oct 4 2.5★ (2)
Hardware Security via Coursera 10th Oct 6 3★ (9)
Approximation Algorithms Part II via Coursera 10th Oct 4 NA
Cloud Computing Applications, Part 2: Big Data and Applications in the Cloud via Coursera 10th Oct NA NA
Genomic Data Science and Clustering (Bioinformatics V) via Coursera 10th Oct 2 3.5★ (2)
[NEW] Big Data, Genes, and Medicine via Coursera 10th Oct NA NA
Genome Sequencing (Bioinformatics II) via Coursera 10th Oct 4 5★ (3)
Machine Learning Foundations: A Case Study Approach via Coursera 10th Oct 6 4.2★ (30)
Relational Database Support for Data Warehouses via Coursera 10th Oct 5 2★ (1)
[NEW] Quantum Cryptography via edX 10th Oct NA NA
[NEW] Introduction to OpenStack via edX 12th Oct NA NA
Machine Learning: Classification via Coursera 17th Oct 7 4.8★ (6)
Bioconductor for Genomic Data Science via Coursera 24th Oct 4 3.3★ (3)
Advanced Java Concurrency via Coursera 24th Oct NA NA
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Algorithms for DNA Sequencing via Coursera 24th Oct 4 4.5★ (16)
Probabilistic Graphical Models 1: Representation via Coursera 31st Oct 11 4.4★ (10)
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Update news : Rainforest V.2 Testnet is working on

Good day MBCians! A testnet with RainForest version 2 is up and running right now:
Daemon: https://github.com/MicroBitcoinOrg/MicroBitcoin/tree/rfv2
Explorers: https://microbitcoinorg.github.io/explore#/ http://sman.pw/explore
Miners: https://github.com/MicroBitcoinOrg/Cpumine (Nvidia/AMD commign soon)
Pool software: http://github.com/MicroBitcoinOrg/NodePool (Yiimp coming soon)
Pools: http://68.183.72.149:4321/
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UEBOT Live Trading on 12/25/2018: Opening position floating profit 18.26%

UEBOT Live Trading on 12/25/2018: Opening position floating profit 18.26%
Foreword
In order to let more investors understand how the trading strategy of UEBOT - Cloud-based Automated Bitcoin Trading Robot Service works, we continuously update the trading signals generated by the market analysis engine and the Bitfinex real trading data very day.

Today's real trading data
The market analysis engine triggered a short signal at 13:15 on the 24th and completed the position deployment at 13:18. Today UEBOT Quantitative Trading Robot Instance holds a position waiting for trading signals.

The following is detailed transaction data
Opening date: 12/24/2018
Opening currency: BTC/USD
Opening direction: short
Average opening price: 4321 USD
Opening principal:4.08 BTC
Number of opening positions: 8.25BTC
Opening position leverage: 2 times
Current price:3920 USD
Position profit and loss (%): 18.26%=9.18%X 2
Position profit and loss ($): 3274 USD

The following is a screenshot of Bitfinex's actual position:
https://preview.redd.it/6r1506rk7c621.png?width=1067&format=png&auto=webp&s=e25ee56a7bf94ee0c6f2f1dce8bdc502cab35f26
Summary of live trading data
Start date: 10/19/2018
Running days: 67 days
Initial principal: 5.00BTC
Current principal: 4.08 BTC
Cumulative yield: -18.4%(-0.92 BTC)

The following is a real-quantity trading account details page of UEBOT management platform.
https://preview.redd.it/0xjet0sl7c621.png?width=1440&format=png&auto=webp&s=2a76f88a8d76a04f2d5b3db185d00e14be2e8310
This article is only for communication and sharing. It does not constitute any investment advice. There are risks in the currency market, please invest with spare money and bear the losses by yourself!
Official website: https://uebot.com
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Brute force persistence password when you kind of know the password.

Edit: I have written a new article on this at /tails/comments/8anjow/brute_force_persistence_password_when_you_kind_of/ incase you stumble upon this outdated method.
I have a USB Tails drive and had a few hundred dollars worth of bitcoins in a wallet and couldn't remember the password. I kind of knew the password but for the life of me I couldn't get in.
I read this article on brute forcing a LUKS volume.
http://irq5.io/2014/11/19/bruteforcing-luks-volumes-explained/
It was not quite what I needed so I used it to write my own brute force and am sharing here in case someone else can use my methods.
I ran up an Ubuntu VM in VMWare Player, I first tried Hyper-V but it doesn't have USB pass through so switched to VMWare Player as it could mount the tails drive.
I installed cryptsetup.
sudo apt-get install cryptsetup 
Dump the LUKS header to a file assuming your persistence volume is /dev/sdb2. I found out the device of the persistence volume when you plug in the USB stick it asks you for the password for the encrypted volume. Just hit OK and the error message gives you which device your persistence volume is.
sudo cryptsetup luksHeaderBackup --header-backup-file ./backup /dev/sdb2 
Then install node.js
curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_6.x | sudo -E bash - sudo apt-get install -y nodejs 
Now you put what you know about the password into a JavaScript array and the throw all the combinations at cryptsetup and if it can find the pass phrase it will print out your password.
Just say the password is duMbFuck3er?9876 but you can't remember the exact combo but you know it was dumb fucker a special character followed by 4 numbers.
Copy the following into a file called test.js and run it
sudo node test.js 
And hope you find the password.
const { exec } = require('child_process'); var combos = [ ['d', 'D'], ['u', 'U'], ['m', 'M'], ['b', 'B'], ['f', 'F'], ['u', 'U'], ['c', 'C'], ['k', 'K'], ['e', 'E', '3'], ['r', 'R'], ['!', '@', '?', '#'], ['1234', '4321', '$#@!', '[email protected]#$', '9876', '(*&^'] ]; var indexes = []; for (var i = 0; i < combos.length; i++) { indexes.push(0); } var end = false; while (!end) { test(); var end = true; for (var i = 0; i < combos.length; i++) { if (indexes[i] < combos[i].length - 1) { indexes[i]++; for (var j = i - 1; j >= 0; j--) { indexes[j] = 0; } end = false; break; } } } function test() { var password = ''; for (var i = 0; i < combos.length; i++) { password += combos[i][indexes[i]]; } exec('sudo echo \'' + password + '\' | sudo cryptsetup luksOpen --test-passphrase ./backup', (err, stdout, stderr) => { if (err) { return; } console.log(password); }); } 
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Blockchain & mining - my attempt to explain it

There are so many people invested in crypto now, but there are still quite a lot of people who don’t actually know what a “Blockchain” really is, nor do they truly understand its usefulness.
 
People hear these phrases like “digital ledger secured using cryptography” and think it sounds cool, but what exactly does that mean?
 
There are literally tons of informational resources on the net, but most of them fly straight over the heads of the average Joe. I thought it would be worth breaking down the concept of “Blockchain” to make it easy for anyone to understand.
 
So first and foremost, what is a “block” in a Blockchain? Well a block is a bunch of transactions grouped together. When I say “transactions”, I am referring to a ledger or list of transactional information.
 
Let me offer an example of a “transaction”:
 
Joe has $1000
Joe’s bank account is 1234-5678 @ HSBC
Joe sends Sarah $200
Sarah has $2000
Sarah’s bank account is 8765-4321 @ Bank of China
The time of the transaction is 12:47pm 20th Feb 2018
Joe’s account will now be $800
Sarah’s bank account is $2200
 
This is a simple example, but fundamentally this short list of information pertaining to a single transaction. This transferral of money ($200 from one person to another) is added to a “block” alongside a whole bunch of other transactions from other people.
 
Let’s use Bitcoin for the remaining examples. Each “block” on the bitcoin blockchain is 1mb in length. So what exactly is 1mb? Well 1mb or “mega-byte”, represents one million bytes of information. Now one “byte” of information represents a single ascii character. Every single character I am typing right now represents one byte. So “Hello” (without the quotations) represents 5 bytes of information.
 
So if we go back to my example transaction above, the number of bytes that this transaction took up is 246 bytes. This is just a fraction of 1mb, so you can see a lot of transactions of this size could be stored in a 1mb block.
 
OK so hopefully you understand what a “block” at least represents. So the next question would be, how do you ensure this “block” of information has not been tampered with? After all, it would be utterly disastrous if someone were to access a block of information and change some of the information. Imagine changing the destination bank address, or the amounts involved!
 
In order to secure a “block” we use cryptography. Specifically we use something called a “hash”. A hash essentially takes a bunch of data, applies a fixed set of mathematical operations to the data, and the eventual output is a “hash” of the data.
 
Let me give you an example of an ultra-basic “hash algorithm” -
 
Step 1. Take a number and double it
Step 2. Add 6
Step 3. Divide it by 2
 
That’s it…. A basic hash algorithm!
 
Let’s take a couple of numbers and apply the hash algorithm to the numbers.
 
First we’ll start with 20
 
Step 1. 20 x 2 = 40
Step 2. 40 + 6 = 46
Step 3. 46 / 2 = 23
 
So in this example, the “hash” of the original number (20) is 23
 
Let’s apply it to another number….This time 22
 
Step 1. 22 x 2 = 44 Step 2. 44 + 6 = 50 Step 3. 50 / 2 = 25
 
So the “hash” of the original number (22) is now 25
 
Now any different number you try as your input will always produce a different number as your hashed output. However, if you apply my hashing algorithm to the number 20, the “hash” will always be 23, and if you apply it to the number 22, the “hash” will always be 25.
 
If we take the numbers I used in the above examples (20 & 22) as “inputs”, then the “output” (the hash) will always produce the same result, but any changes to the input will always affect the output.
 
Ok so that’s applying a hash to a number…..what about text? How do we “hash” a string of text?
 
Well that’s where something called the “Ascii Table” comes in. The Ascii Table offers a unique code for every alphanumeric character. This allows us to convert a string of text into a number. Let’s take the word “Hello” (without the quotes) and convert it to a number using the Ascii table.
 
Ascii Table : https://www.cs.cmu.edu/~pattis/15-1XX/common/handouts/ascii.html
 
Capital H is represented as 72
Lower case e is represented as 101
Lower case l is represented as 108
Lower case l is represented as 108
Lower case o is represented as 111
 
If we concatenate these numbers we’d get 72101108108101
 
So we have a number…..lets apply my basic hashing algorithm to this number
 
Step 1. 72101108108101 x 2 = 144202216216202
Step 2. 144202216216202 + 6 = 144202216216208
Step 3. 144202216216208 / 2 = 72101108108104
 
So in this example, the “hash” of the word Hello is 72101108108104
 
If I changed any letter, the hash would be different. If I even changed the Captial H to a lower case h, the hash would be different. If anything at all changes the hash would be different.
 
So hopefully you understand the concept of hashing….. Now I should state that my example hashing algorithm is painfully simple. If would be trivial to reverse engineer this, simply by reversing the steps. However this is my example hash.
 
Let’s compare this to the SHA256 hash.
 
The SHA256 “hash” of the word “welcome” (without the quotes) is 280D44AB1E9F79B5CCE2DD4F58F5FE91F0FBACDAC9F7447DFFC318CEB79F2D02
 
If you apply the SHA256 hash algorithm to the word welcome, the hash will ALWAYS be 280D44AB1E9F79B5CCE2DD4F58F5FE91F0FBACDAC9F7447DFFC318CEB79F2D02
 
Try it yourself on a few different online SHA256 calculators:
 
http://www.xorbin.com/tools/sha256-hash-calculator
https://passwordsgenerator.net/sha256-hash-generato
http://www.md5calc.com/
 
So we know that if we apply the SHA256 hashing algorithm to the word welcome, we will of course always get the same result, because the steps involved in “hashing” data using SHA256 algorithm are publicly documented, albiet very complex.
 
However, the steps are far from the simple 3-step process I gave in my example…..Sha256 uses 64 steps, and none of them are as basic as the 3-step example I included of using plus, minus, multiply and divide.
 
I won’t go into the entire 64-step process (There are plenty of resources out there if you are interested) but just to give you an idea of the complexity of the hashing algorithm, I’ll go through the first few steps. But before we do this, we need to “prepare” the input.
 
To do this we first split the word into 4-byte chunks starting from the first character. The word "welcome" (without the quotes) contains 7 characters, so it is split into two chunks
 
Chunk A – welc
Chunk B - ome
 
Ok, now for each chunk, we convert this to ascii
 
Chunk A – welc = 119 101 108 99
Chunk B – ome = 111 109 101
 
Now we convert these values to a HEX value (for information on hex, take a look here : http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/hexadecimal)
 
Chunk A – 119 101 108 99 = 77 65 6c 63
Chunk B – 111 109 101 = 6f 6d 65
 
Now any Chunk that is not a complete 4-bytes, needs to be “padded” to make it a complete 4-byte chunk. This padding always represents “80” in hex
 
Chunk A is fine….it's 4-bytes, so does not require any padding. Chunk B is only 3 bytes, so it needs an extra byte of padding. To do this we simply append hex 80 to the end.
 
So Chunk B becomes 6f 6d 65 80
 
The two binary values are now concatenated back together and padded out to create a 56 byte data string. They are padded out with zeros. Hex characters are represented with two characters, so 0 in hex is 00
 
So the two strings go together and lots of hex value zeros go on the end to make 56 bytes
 
77 65 6C 63 6F 6D 65 80 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
 
We now calculate the length of the actual message in bytes including the padding (77 65 6C 63 6F 6D 65 80) and this is a total of 8 bytes, so this value of 8 (The number 8 is represented as 38 in hex) is appended to the very end of the 56 bytes to create a complete 64-byte string.
 
So the total 64-byte string has become:
 
77 65 6C 63 6F 6D 65 80 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 38
 
The 64 byte string is then converted to binary….
 
01110111 01100101 01101100 01100011 01101111 01101101 01100101 10000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00111000
 
In the data section (the first 56 bytes) the first byte of data (01110111 in binary) represents 77 in hex, which in turn represents the decimal value of 119, which is the ascii value of w
 
The second byte of data (01100101 in binary) represents 65 in hex, which in turn represents the decimal value of 101, which is the ascii value of e
 
In the final section, the very last byte of data (00111000 in binary) represents 38 in hex, which in turn represents the decimal value of 56, which is the ascii value of 8, which represents the length of the padded data string. This value will always be a multiple of 4.
 
Ok so now we’ve got that 64-byte data stream, we now apply some other things to it.
 
At this point Sha256 does some "shifting" of the data.
 
"Shifting" is when you move data around – So for example if we “shift” every square on the grid backwards 7 places, then this is what would happen.
 
10000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00111000 01110111 01100101 01101100 01100011 01101111 01101101 01100101
 
Ok so Sha256 does a few more rounds of shifting until eventually, the data has been moved around and looks completely different on the grid to what it started with.
 
After all this is done, only then is the data “prepared” and ready to be manipulated through the 64 steps to create the hash! Now on the face of things at first glance, this actually looks complicated, but for a computer to hash data using Sha256, it’s actually fairly simple. It can do it extremely quickly! A human being could in fact do the complete SHA256 hash with enough patience. Somewhere actually did this with a pen and paper and it took them a little over a day.
 
After the 64 rounds of adjustment, the final hashed value of welcome comes to 280D44AB1E9F79B5CCE2DD4F58F5FE91F0FBACDAC9F7447DFFC318CEB79F2D02 and providing that you used sha256 to hash it, the word welcome will always hash to this value. If I change the anything in the input, the output hash changes dramatically.
 
For example, if I change welcome to Welcome (capital W), the Sha256 hash becomes 0E2226B5235F0FF94A276EB4D07A3BFEA74B7E3B8B85E9EFCA6C18430F041BF8 As you can see it’s totally unrecognisable compared to the previous hash.
 
So hopefully now you have an understanding of hashing, you can see that the data stored in a block can be hashed, and it will generate a hash value.
 
Copy the following section of transaction text into any online SHA256 calculator:
 
Joe has $1000
Joe’s bank account is 1234-5678 @ HSBC
Joe sends Sarah $200
Sarah has $2000
Sarah’s bank account is 8765-4321 @ Bank of China
The time of the transaction is 12:47pm 20th Feb 2018
Joe’s account will now be $800
Sarah’s bank account is $2200
 
You should get the following hash value:
 
F4162A24257D3D2995E80B8FB08F43A9F029CC951F8C103051EAD30BFCDCC63F
 
Now this is just one transaction, but the point is that you will never see that same hash value again, unless the EXACT same transaction information is hashed with SHA256. If you change anything at all, the hash value will change completely.
 
Now I won’t go into why this is virtually impossible to reverse engineer, but suffice to say the estimates of computing power required to reverse a SHA256 hash are as follows:
 
Based on current computing power, brute-forcing SHA256 would take a powerful modern PC approximately 71,430,540,814,238,958,387,154 years. Some scientists believe the sun will “extinguish” in about 5,000,000,000 years.
 
For now, SHA256 is pretty secure!
 
So if we have a “hashed block”, suffice to say it is pretty much impossible to break.
 
So there we have it...a block!
 
OK so what does the word “chain” in blockchain mean?
 
Simple….. you take the hash value of the first block, and stick it into the very next block as the first part of data, just before you start adding your new transactions. Can you see what effect this has?
 
If my first block hash is:
 
F4162A24257D3D2995E80B8FB08F43A9F029CC951F8C103051EAD30BFCDCC63F
 
If I put this just in front of all my new transactional data, then the total data in the new block (including the hash of the previous block) all gets hashed as one to create a new hash for the second block. If anyone tampers with the first block, the hash changes, and therefore won’t match with the hash put into the second block. This has a knock-on effect to all subsequent blocks.
 
So if you have a block-chain full of nodes (servers) and node A is reporting a cumulative hash of all blocks on the latest block on the chain to be XXXXXX but node B, node C, and node D are reporting the cumulative hash for all blocks to be YYYYYYYY, then it’s immediately obvious that node A has been compromised, and needs to be removed….after all, the entire block chain of entries ultimately ends up with an up-to-date hash of all the previous blocks, and if anything changes…..literally one single character in any single block changes…..then hash proves that the chain has been compromised!
 
So what exactly is mining? Mining is simply re-running the hash over and over and over again onto a block, until you reach a constant…..What I mean by a constant is as follows:
 
  1. You take your block of data
  2. You hash it to get a hash value
  3. You check to see if the hash begins with four zeros 0000
  4. If it doesn’t you now add 1 to the data and re-hash
  5. You check to see if the hash begins with four zeros 0000
  6. If it doesn’t you now increment the number by one and re-hash
 
You now repeat steps 5 & 6 over and over and over again, until eventually, at some point, you will see 4 zeros.
 
This extra value you are adding is what is known as a “nonce” and is actually short for the word nonsense! It basically means that you are adding a number that increments in the block, whilst everything else in the block remains constant.
 
Let’s take a simple transaction to use as an example:
 
Fred has $200
Claire has $300
Joe sends Claire $50
Fred now has $150
Claire now has $350
 
Ok nice and simple….. Let’s use a great website resource to demonstrate mining this data.
 
Copy this basic transaction into the “data” section of this web page and delete any visible “nonce” value (if there is one there) - https://anders.com/blockchain/block.html
 
(NOTE: when you copy/paste from reddit it might also copy the spaces between the lines, so you would need to remove them, as a space is also a valid ascii character.)
 
If done correctly, you should see a hash value at the bottom of f710ba16e8b987575a23ce0fe13a4dfbd3e72676c65890a7b8acab421748195b
 
Now this doesn’t begin with 0000, so now let’s click on the "mine" button, and the page will keep incrementing the nonce value until eventually the hash will begin with 0000.
 
The process should take around 5-10 seconds, and eventually the hash will be displayed as 00009db80aa366297984130a3f2b74b4f3a6eb044df24de700a616ca9e6aacb6
 
This does begin with 0000 and it took 15,708 “hashes” to reach it. You have reached a constant!
 
This block would now be deemed as a valid block, and the hash of this block is what is passed onto the next block! This is basically mining!
Mining is necessary to ensure that all blocks on the block chain are valid and accurate. Obvioulsy doing this requires computational power, which requires equipment (computers) and energy (electricity) which must be paid for, hence the reason that "miners" are compensated with coins for their efforts.
 
So hopefully you now have a better understanding of block chains and mining :-)
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Question about the hidden passphrase and alternate PIN on your Ledger Nano S

From the Site https://support.ledgerwallet.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000783134-How-to-set-up-and-or-recover-a-hidden-passphrase-and-alternate-PIN-on-your-Ledger-Nano-S-
"During the rest of your session, until the Ledger Nano S is disconnected, you will run a hidden wallet. Next time you use your Ledger Nano S, you will choose which PIN code you want to enter, main one (main wallet) or second one (hidden wallet). You can't set a third PIN code. If you ever set a new PIN code attached to a passphrase, it would erase the first one and the assets held by it."
If my main wallet is 24 words with passcode 1234 and my secondary ( hidden wallet ) is 24 words + 1 (eg passphrase25) and pin 4321
If I replaced pincode 4321 with 9999 would my hidden wallet and funds be completely unrecoverable?
I've read through this and still not sure https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/7m9zsv/new_ledger_owners_you_can_have_a_main_wallet_and/
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    3. Dear Exchanges, it's time to unpair everything from Bitcoin! (548 points, 138 comments)
  25. 4102 points, 1 submission: DAXEEY
    1. Literally.. (4102 points, 164 comments)
  26. 4027 points, 1 submission: saintmax
    1. Ethereum is UP since last month! Can we get this post to all to show everyone the tides are turning quickly (4027 points, 194 comments)
  27. 3903 points, 3 submissions: PhiStr90
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    2. Hewlett Packard Enterprise and 47 Organizations Join 200-Member Strong Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (846 points, 113 comments)
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  28. 3811 points, 3 submissions: onenessup
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    2. Metcalfs Law has 97% Correlation to ETHUSD Since 2015. Puts ETH value at $8,000 (960 points, 213 comments)
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  31. 3677 points, 6 submissions: barthib
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    2. The Ethereum Foundation just released an impressive list of 2017 achievements and work to flourish in 2018 (802 points, 30 comments)
    3. Overstock lets customers pay with more than 40 cryptocurrencies, including ETH (672 points, 111 comments)
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    5. Today is important in the History of cryptocurrencies. Miners earn now more money by securing Ethereum than Bitcoin. (378 points, 42 comments)
    6. Chairman of Fair Trade Commission of South Korea: Whether cryptocurrency investment is excessive speculation or not, the risk is on the investor, and thus the government should not outright ban economic activity because it is risky. That's for the individual investors to decide. (374 points, 20 comments)
  32. 3600 points, 1 submission: GHOSThit
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Reputaction Token Korea Tour

Excellent Korean Reputaction Token Tour

Reputaction chose to start presenting its innovative "hardened crypto wallet" solution to the South Korean crypto community because it was known as the most vibrant one worldwide... and it has been confirmed by Dr. Jean-Marc Seigneur, President of Reputaction, who has really enjoyed meeting them as you can read below.

Meeting ICON (ICX) to see how Reputaction could be implemented on ICON Blockchain

In a previous video post, we discussed the different blockchain platforms on top of which the Reputaction decentralized application (dApp) could be implemented. ICON seemed to be one of the best candidates so Dr. Jean-Marc Seigneur met the ICON team in Seoul on February 9th 2018. Their discussion went very well with different potential collaborations.

Meeting the friendly Seoul crypto community

Dr. Jean-Marc Seigneur also presented Reputaction at several crypto-currencies Korean fans communities. As you can see on the photos below, the Kangnam Crypto Club meetup had lots of people attending (200+ subscribed) and was very well organized by Jaime also affiliated with SeoulBlockchain.org. Questions were answered regarding how the patent-pending Reputaction "hardened crypto wallet" could achieve anonymous Bitcoins transactions showing how it differs from Lightning networks or Stratis TumbleBit approaches that do not enable offline transactions as Reputaction does and requires some initial setup before transactions such as a bi-directional channel or tumbling the Bitcoins in a Breeze wallet, in this case, requiring paying a 1% transaction fee and holding some BTC as well as some Stratis tokens to qualify as a masternode... The technical level of the questions showed that Korean crypto fans are quite well aware of the technical aspects of the crypto-currencies too. Besides owning a Reputaction-compatible hardened wallet with one Reputaction token burnt per transaction, Reputaction doesn't require bi-directional channel and other complicated setup. The non-anonymous mode of Reputaction enabling higher levels benefits for sellers, buyers and even products, has also been emphasized as an additional advantage of Reputaction over previous approaches.



Then, Reputaction was also presented at the Bitcoin Center Korea with fewer people but even more friendly in a very touristic area of Seoul, worth visiting, including the Bitcoin center. Many thanks to John the CEO of the Bitcoin Center, his team and participants for the enjoyable shared crypto moment! At the end of the presentation, a few lucky ones won the Reputaction lucky draw prizes consisting of Swiss gold bars and coins... of chocolate ;-)



Also done in Korea, an international conference related to the Augmented Reality (AR) feature of the companion Reputaction dApp

Dr. Jean-Marc Seigneur was also program co-chair of the 9th Augmented Human International Conference that he started in 2010 and was organized this year at Seoul National University. Augmented Human (AH) encompasses Augmented Reality (AR) that is one of the highest building block of the Reputaction decentralized application (dApp) built by Dr. Kevin Fan, Reputaction team member, to be able to recognise a product and show the product reputation and relations with AR certified thanks to the reputation-powered non-anonymous transactions enabled by the Reputaction hardened crypto wallet. We remind that the Reputaction hardened crypto wallet has two main modes: the anonymous mode that guarantees anonymity but forbids building reputation and the non-anonymous mode that enables reputation building and benefits for sellers, buyers, products and companies.


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The most interesting nmap result I've seen after scanning tens of thousands of addresses around my local net [dissect/discuss]

Nmap scan report for [neighborhood].2.243 Host is up (0.096s latency). PORT STATE SERVICE 1/tcp open tcpmux 3/tcp open compressnet 4/tcp open unknown 6/tcp open unknown 7/tcp open echo 9/tcp open discard 13/tcp open daytime 17/tcp open qotd 19/tcp open chargen 20/tcp open ftp-data 21/tcp open ftp 22/tcp open ssh 23/tcp open telnet 24/tcp open priv-mail 25/tcp filtered smtp 26/tcp open rsftp 30/tcp open unknown 32/tcp open unknown 33/tcp open dsp 37/tcp open time 42/tcp open nameserver 43/tcp open whois 49/tcp open tacacs 53/tcp open domain 70/tcp open gopher 79/tcp open finger 80/tcp open http 81/tcp open hosts2-ns 82/tcp open xfer 83/tcp open mit-ml-dev 84/tcp open ctf 85/tcp open mit-ml-dev 88/tcp open kerberos-sec 89/tcp open su-mit-tg 90/tcp open dnsix 99/tcp open metagram 100/tcp open newacct 106/tcp open pop3pw 109/tcp open pop2 110/tcp open pop3 111/tcp open rpcbind 113/tcp filtered ident 119/tcp open nntp 125/tcp open locus-map 135/tcp filtered msrpc 139/tcp open netbios-ssn 143/tcp open imap 144/tcp open news 146/tcp open iso-tp0 161/tcp open snmp 163/tcp open cmip-man 179/tcp open bgp 199/tcp open smux 211/tcp open 914c-g 212/tcp open anet 222/tcp open rsh-spx 254/tcp open unknown 255/tcp open unknown 256/tcp open fw1-secureremote 259/tcp open esro-gen 264/tcp open bgmp 280/tcp open http-mgmt 301/tcp open unknown 306/tcp open unknown 311/tcp open asip-webadmin 340/tcp open unknown 366/tcp open odmr 389/tcp open ldap 406/tcp open imsp 407/tcp open timbuktu 416/tcp open silverplatter 417/tcp open onmux 425/tcp open icad-el 427/tcp open svrloc 443/tcp open https 444/tcp open snpp 445/tcp open microsoft-ds 458/tcp open appleqtc 464/tcp open kpasswd5 465/tcp open smtps 481/tcp open dvs 497/tcp open retrospect 500/tcp open isakmp 512/tcp open exec 513/tcp open login 514/tcp open shell 515/tcp open printer 524/tcp open ncp 541/tcp open uucp-rlogin 543/tcp open klogin 544/tcp open kshell 545/tcp open ekshell 548/tcp open afp 554/tcp open rtsp 555/tcp open dsf 563/tcp open snews 587/tcp open submission 593/tcp open http-rpc-epmap 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Subreddit Stats: ethtrader top posts from 2016-06-08 to 2017-06-06 06:09 PDT

Period: 362.91 days
Submissions Comments
Total 999 97357
Rate (per day) 2.75 263.55
Unique Redditors 522 7612
Combined Score 216446 731815

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 9945 points, 11 submissions: AutoModerator
    1. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 24/May/2017 (1348 points, 9661 comments)
    2. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 23/May/2017 (1240 points, 6542 comments)
    3. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 30/May/2017 (1140 points, 9310 comments)
    4. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 25/May/2017 (1020 points, 8441 comments)
    5. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 01/Jun/2017 (903 points, 5030 comments)
    6. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 26/May/2017 (813 points, 6276 comments)
    7. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 05/Jun/2017 (791 points, 4814 comments)
    8. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 31/May/2017 (791 points, 6907 comments)
    9. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 06/Jun/2017 (759 points, 6277 comments)
    10. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 02/Jun/2017 (619 points, 3299 comments)
  2. 6003 points, 4 submissions: EthTrader_Mod
    1. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 22/May/2017 (4015 points, 10818 comments)
    2. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 28/May/2017 (683 points, 3475 comments)
    3. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 04/Jun/2017 (658 points, 3980 comments)
    4. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 29/May/2017 (647 points, 4759 comments)
  3. 4519 points, 37 submissions: twigwam
    1. As bitcoin prices soar, messaging app Kik launches cryptocurrency payment service on Ethereum [CNBC] (230 points, 13 comments)
    2. Coinbase granted N.Y. approval to offer Ether trades (203 points, 47 comments)
    3. That moment when you can buy Ether in the crappiest of grocery stores in Romania :D #Ethereum getting mainstream! @Peter_Szilagyi (196 points, 15 comments)
    4. Ethereum Enterprise Alliance holds venue today at Amazon Web Services Inc in Japan (187 points, 43 comments)
    5. Is China Finally Waking up to Ethereum? - "OKCoin has been planning to list Ethereum and that the company plans to integrate Ethereum at an appropriate time." (186 points, 36 comments)
    6. Is Ethereum The New Bitcoin? [Huffington Post] (177 points, 119 comments)
    7. The Japanese bill currently recognizes only certain well-established cryptocurrencies, namely Bitcoin and Ethereum, as legal means of payment. (164 points, 26 comments)
    8. Forget Bitcoin. The Blockchain Could Reveal What'€™s True Today and Tomorrow [Wired] (150 points, 17 comments)
    9. Toyota Is Exploring Ethereum Blockchain Technology For Autonomous Vehicles (148 points, 14 comments)
    10. [CNBC] Alternative cryptocurrency Ether has done something only Bitcoin has manage to do (145 points, 26 comments)
  4. 4510 points, 16 submissions: OperationNine
    1. One Of The Biggest Crypto Exchanges Chinese Huobi To Add ETH Trading!! Over $217 Million (30% of BTC) Trading Volume In Last 24 Hrs. Yuge. (1182 points, 171 comments)
    2. MSM Coverage By BBC On Ethereum!! "It's Not Just Bitcoin Anymore" This Could Be Really Big Exposure. (520 points, 117 comments)
    3. Forbes Releases Article Featuring New EEA Members (441 points, 41 comments)
    4. Take A Listen To What Is Being Said About Ethereum, And Bitcoin On Bloomberg TV (428 points, 99 comments)
    5. How I See ETH. And How You Should See ETH Too. We're Early. (282 points, 60 comments)
    6. "You will be blown away when you see the next group of members that are onboarding Enterprise Ethereum. Its kind of the who's who of planet earth." - Mid April Announcement (274 points, 137 comments)
    7. Crypt0 Interview With Andrew Keys: More EEA Members Coming In June. "A Lot Of Great Stuff On The Horizon, It's Going To Get Very Interesting." (238 points, 32 comments)
    8. It took 7 years for the value of all cryptocurrency to hit $10 billion, another year to hit $20 billion & 3 more months to hit $40 billion. (183 points, 45 comments)
    9. Ethereum Featured On TV3 News In New Zealand (179 points, 30 comments)
    10. This Is Sam. Be Like Sam. (155 points, 23 comments)
  5. 3531 points, 12 submissions: Nooku
    1. The story behind Ethereum Classic (ETC) - and who's trying to steal your wealth through it (1346 points, 455 comments)
    2. To all Gnosis token holders. Take a seat before reading this. (438 points, 214 comments)
    3. Andreas Brekken on Twitter: "#Ethereum life sounds so easy. Vitalik says fees are too high and miners cut them by 80%. In #Bitcoin they'd tell you to f... your mom." (425 points, 48 comments)
    4. This is Bitcoin (263 points, 106 comments)
    5. A hard fork is the best thing for the Ethereum network; credibility and ideology is bullshit. Ethereum simply has to execute programs, the rest comes later. (236 points, 326 comments)
    6. We are trending (207 points, 14 comments)
    7. How it is to be an early adoptor (174 points, 39 comments)
    8. Ethereum right now (101 points, 5 comments)
    9. The #2 reason to be invested in Ethereum (89 points, 26 comments)
    10. We were not joking. (89 points, 10 comments)
  6. 3464 points, 19 submissions: yesono
    1. Over 200 Companies expected to join Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) over the next 2 to 3 months (511 points, 167 comments)
    2. Ant Financial - the company behind the $60 billion financial network Alipay, used by 450 million users in China is experimenting with Ethereum to improve their global payment platforms. (460 points, 41 comments)
    3. The Ethereum Foundation is Now the Richest Blockchain Company with Assets at Nearly $200 Million (257 points, 37 comments)
    4. Andrew Keys " “Public Ethereum has three scalability upgrades that we believe will happen: 1.) State Channels, 2.) PoS, 3.) Quadratic sharding." (230 points, 23 comments)
    5. Dubai estimates it will save 25 million man hours a year by putting government records on the Blockchain (EEA) (191 points, 41 comments)
    6. Andrew Keys on EEA: " You can't beat the crypto-economics of the Public Chain - when Microsoft and Facebook had all the developers they were winning, - now Ethereum has all the developers and we are winning - the Ethereum Virtual Machine is now permeating into many fabrics..." (188 points, 15 comments)
    7. Ethereum is the most promising technology investment out there. It's quickly proving to be one of the most profitable investments of all time. (161 points, 21 comments)
    8. Yesterday Ethereum had 180k transactions to Bitcoin's 265k. Ethereum is quickly catching up to Bitcoin. (149 points, 23 comments)
    9. Joe Lubin: " The whole point of the Ethereum project, is not to dominate the world - but to enable the planet to better organise itself " (145 points, 5 comments)
    10. Mike Novogratz: " This has been one of the best macro-trades of my career: none of my friends from the hedge fund world is yet bought in - and bubbles don't end until they buy" (145 points, 79 comments)
  7. 3164 points, 1 submission: throwaway23613
    1. I Just Became a Crypto Millionaire (3164 points, 628 comments)
  8. 3102 points, 10 submissions: ScienceGuy9489
    1. I predicted the last two liftoffs, the next one is by May 24th. (728 points, 547 comments)
    2. I predicted the last 3 liftoffs, this is a situation update (507 points, 464 comments)
    3. I predicted the last 3 lifts offs, the next one is by May 29th (365 points, 488 comments)
    4. Possible Correction Coming, June 1st (324 points, 455 comments)
    5. Correction seems to have failed, recovering now. (268 points, 278 comments)
    6. ETH Forecast, we are at a critical point. (227 points, 222 comments)
    7. Liftoff Attempt In Progress (227 points, 281 comments)
    8. I predicted the last ETH liftoff, the next one is by May 19 (213 points, 201 comments)
    9. Next Liftoff Technical Analysis (June 3), plus a twitter page (139 points, 157 comments)
    10. "Successful in all eight test scenarios" BP, Eni, And Wien Energie Research Blockchain-Backed Trading (104 points, 12 comments)
  9. 2586 points, 20 submissions: -bawb405-
    1. Prism means that ETH is set to become the lingua franca of currency. The base currency. A universal currency ... ... ... gold-like. On top of this, remember PoS also locks ETH. The more I think about it, the more I'm blown away! (250 points, 120 comments)
    2. "ethereum is it" says the guy who wrote the code that runs the modern web. ❤️ (208 points, 19 comments)
    3. People are now using Ethereum without ever having heard of it. Charged a BMW i3 at a "blockchainified" Share&Charge station today. Paid with Ethereum ERC20 Euro tokens through their app. • ethereum (195 points, 15 comments)
    4. Bosch using Ethereum (fixed) - a company with $70+ Billion in revenue last year - is building dapps on Ethereum (174 points, 27 comments)
    5. Smart contract being release tomorrow that allows Ethereum to inter-operate with current trusted website data feeds! (169 points, 35 comments)
    6. AlphaBay Market adding Ethereum for payments (157 points, 36 comments)
    7. Today. https://shareandcharge.com/en/ already has over 1000 'blockchainfied' charging stations using #ethereum (131 points, 27 comments)
    8. $20 felt good, but we're still in early adoption by a long shot (123 points, 139 comments)
    9. Tools and technologies in the Ethereum ecosystem (119 points, 6 comments)
    10. If it's anything like last year, remember to be thoughtful and helpful to noobs (111 points, 35 comments)
  10. 2149 points, 3 submissions: Harry_Specter
    1. [Daily Discussion] - 28/Ap2017 - Daily Discussion Unlimited (1080 points, 3535 comments)
    2. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 08/May/2017 (693 points, 3429 comments)
    3. [Daily Discussion] - 21/Ap2017 - USER HOSTED (376 points, 875 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. Happy1013 (7357 points, 617 comments)
  2. antiprosynthesis (6885 points, 902 comments)
  3. econoar (6611 points, 551 comments)
  4. jtnichol (6557 points, 713 comments)
  5. myownman (6109 points, 763 comments)
  6. Mr_Yukon_C (5552 points, 620 comments)
  7. IRefuseToGiveAName (5417 points, 646 comments)
  8. laughncow (5336 points, 496 comments)
  9. csasker (4873 points, 596 comments)
  10. Nooku (4869 points, 406 comments)
  11. ninethirtyone (4362 points, 432 comments)
  12. oldskool47 (4321 points, 455 comments)
  13. OperationNine (4136 points, 324 comments)
  14. ethacct (3806 points, 389 comments)
  15. talkingbob (3395 points, 536 comments)
  16. Bitcoin_Schmitcoin (2971 points, 215 comments)
  17. subdep (2838 points, 333 comments)
  18. loveYouEth (2799 points, 190 comments)
  19. yayreddityay (2781 points, 314 comments)
  20. Sensualities (2771 points, 234 comments)
  21. -o-o-o (2757 points, 393 comments)
  22. resistingdopamine (2724 points, 246 comments)
  23. CommodoreHodlor (2655 points, 399 comments)
  24. ScienceGuy9489 (2624 points, 259 comments)
  25. earthquakequestion (2616 points, 335 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 22/May/2017 by EthTrader_Mod (4015 points, 10818 comments)
  2. I Just Became a Crypto Millionaire by throwaway23613 (3164 points, 628 comments)
  3. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 15/May/2017 by jack (1893 points, 3121 comments)
  4. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 24/May/2017 by AutoModerator (1348 points, 9661 comments)
  5. The story behind Ethereum Classic (ETC) - and who's trying to steal your wealth through it by Nooku (1346 points, 455 comments)
  6. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 23/May/2017 by AutoModerator (1240 points, 6542 comments)
  7. One Of The Biggest Crypto Exchanges Chinese Huobi To Add ETH Trading!! Over $217 Million (30% of BTC) Trading Volume In Last 24 Hrs. Yuge. by OperationNine (1182 points, 171 comments)
  8. [ETH Daily Discussion] - 30/May/2017 by AutoModerator (1140 points, 9310 comments)
  9. OKCoin begins ETH trading on June 1, 2017! by hodlon (1137 points, 351 comments)
  10. MRW I have no trading experience and start looking at ETH market charts. by PokeSec (1136 points, 38 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 720 points: Anthrogic's comment in ETH Forecast, we are at a critical point.
  2. 508 points: throwaway23613's comment in I Just Became a Crypto Millionaire
  3. 384 points: serge_austin's comment in Correction seems to have failed, recovering now.
  4. 365 points: Mav137's comment in [ETH Daily Discussion] - 22/May/2017
  5. 360 points: deleted's comment in ETH Forecast, we are at a critical point.
  6. 347 points: terpnation13's comment in Time to take a break
  7. 311 points: McPheeb's comment in OKCoin begins ETH trading on June 1, 2017!
  8. 307 points: MysticSoup's comment in [ETH Daily Discussion] - 22/May/2017
  9. 290 points: imjustaturtle's comment in Sold 50%
  10. 287 points: ISkipLegDayAMA's comment in Possible Correction Coming, June 1st
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