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82 thoughts on “Bitcoin Coin Generator 2013 – Working 100%

  1. Splash Log Level 2 Again

    I decrypted a dvd. The files are in my hard drive folder, but how do I play them? There are several different files, some of them are marked with the windows media player logo, but when I click on them nothing happens. Thank you. From DVD Decrypter.

    Reply
  2. Dana G

    I locked the file a year ago and can’t remember the password. I’ve tried TONS of methods but they are not free of charge. Is there anything I can do to recover/remove the password for free and won’t take like 400000years to unlock? really do appreciate help.

    Reply
  3. Boo Cookie

    well im about a my wits end looking for a decryption program. i have important documents that are encrypted and im literally going insane looking for a stupid program to decrypt them. i used google and the more i looked the more irrelevant the results got. all im asking for is a link to a program or a program that just simply decrypts text files. found plenty of encryption tools but none to decrypt.

    Reply
  4. Jack Bauer

    I love Satoshi Dice! I LOVE IT… but I can’t afford to keep shelling out bitcoins left and right on bets. Is there somewhere I can go that I can buy them cheap? Or better yet get them for free? Wow.. thanks for NOT giving a legit answer PDQ. I guess all it takes to become a top contributor is to spam out irrelevant answers.

    Reply
  5. whitesoxfan2347

    This was the encryption: GLZEddWuDDhMFSiQsLp0qDaR7xBBAjwD

    I’ve looked online and apparently without a key, it’s impossible to decrypt anyway. But according to my friend, it’s entirely possible to solve it. What do I have to do to decrypt this?

    Reply
  6. andresumoza

    What is Bitcoin in general? What is it used for and how/why was this created? How would i be able to use this “Bitcoin” system?

    I just found out about this Bitcoin thing and the website itself is confusing me. Would like a clarifacation on it.

    Reply
  7. The Dark Knight

    I simply want to make myself a backup copy, but I can’t because of the copy-protection. Any ideas?

    Reply
  8. Kaylla

    Can someone help me finding some good encode and decode / encryption and decryption methods for strings in php which doesn’t put special characters in the result string when encoded.

    Example: $str = “this is a string”; $something = encode($str); echo $something; a82hliha8sdf7p9829189jsjfsdf //no special characters

    but i do need the decrypt of decode or decryption function associated to its encrypt function.

    I don’t need the one way hash functions like md5.

    Thankyou.

    Reply
  9. Melanie

    what about the Enigma system that the British used? how similar to the internet of today? and how they used it?

    what about if had it before WW2? or when did the English have it? what about Russians?

    Reply
  10. nick s

    I dont mean like the ones you find tutorials for on youtube, i mean one where i can tell it what to change the characters to. for instance (in the encoding method i created) A may equal 16527 for instance. i would like to know how to make or find a program that means i dont have to type it all out in numbers, one where i can tell it to change “A” to 16527 when i put it in the “text here” box or wherever. any ideas?

    Reply
  11. shahedC

    I found it on many site that password stored as hashing or someting else and in encrypted method. But don’t know what it is.

    Reply
  12. norrin_shadowwolf

    What is it and how can i remove it? I have no idea how I managed to get it and honestly I just wish to remove it. My antivirus program can not remove it for some reason and gives me a message saying “error while deleting” can somebody please help me out? @ann sers

    You think I know what I’m talking about?

    Here goes: I turn on my pc; a wild virus warning appears; unable to delete

    That is all I know.

    Reply
  13. Ramblin Spirit

    hi, i wanna put my data like photos, videos and other files on a cloud server, but i am very much concerned about security and hacking. i heard zip and rar encryption can be broken easily with software. can anyone guide me what is the best encryption method to keep your data safe on internet? please answer with detail as i am not very much technical in computer. Thank you so much in advance.

    Reply
  14. Arminator

    Because the computers running on dialup are too slow, and won’t understand the encryption, so non-secure protocols will be the only thing available, can I encrypt and be secure without SSL? But I saw PowerSchool, Pearson’s sudent software, but when I type in the password and click enter, the pasword field gets a few extra characters random characters without me putting anything in? its like encryption but on http, can anyone explain this?

    Reply
  15. Sergeant Pickle

    I want to have a virtual currency for my site, like credits that can be used to get clicks on a site. If It is possible i would like to also give free credits with signups too but do not know were to start. Help would Be Appreciated!

    Reply
  16. Clayton Cottrell

    Can a person choose to not give into their desires, to not obey their complexes? Can you be fed up of being unhappy then just decide that you will be happy and then are?

    Reply
  17. Malcolm Hudson

    How does a TV decoder that converts the analog signals to digital signals work? Especially the Chinese made Star Times decoder? please help to explain how it transmits its frequencies without relying on the satellite dish.

    Reply
  18. Gage

    What are the methods and procedure ? Are there any software based methods ? If yes then what are the softwares ?

    Reply
  19. Roflcopter

    I am looking for a system such that two people receive the same ciphertext but get different messages after decryption.

    Reply
  20. Scorch Delta-62

    the tour de france is coming up and i want to record it. my comp i have a dish network receiver that i want to plug into my comp so i can watch and record right off my comp.

    how do i do this? i heard that windows media center and most tv tuner cards are not compatible with satellite signals.

    how do i do it??

    Reply
  21. Mark

    Hello, i need to come up with a buissness idea that is centered on music and/or graphics, can anyone *lend* me an idea for my school project? ( it must be something a fourteen year old can handle). Thanks in advance.

    Reply
  22. Sahil

    Beside AES, DES, MD5, MD6, Blowfish, RSA etc.

    The algorithm should be easy to implement and hard to break :)

    Reply
  23. Jerosh Nagulachandran

    Honestly, this is for the book I am writing! The main character has to hack into her father’s computer after he goes missing, and I need just a couple of things you do when you hack a computer, and how to get there to make it a bit more realistic. Any ideas? she just has to get into his emails to try to find out how he went missing, but he was paranoid, so it would be well protected.

    Reply
  24. Pacman

    Is it possible for a non programmer to create an app like whatsapp or apps similar to this using Joomla. Is Joomla tough to use and paid or require some coding experience?

    Reply
  25. Con Orpe

    I encrypted a very important .zip file that contains many important things that I do not have any back-up copies of. I used a File Encryption Shell Extension program known as Cryptext. The version I am currently using is 3.2, though I’m not sure as to what version I had when I originally encrypted the file. Nonetheless, I have completely forgotten the encryption/decryption password and I simply CANNOT lose these files. How can I decrypt the .zip file to access the files, or somehow find another method of accessing the zipped files?

    Reply
  26. therundown2k3

    If someone has access to the code used for hashing (like md5() in the opensource PHP code), why is it not reversible? Surely, you should be able to take the 32-bit string and re-do the steps one by one? I tried Google but didn’t find any clear answers.

    Thanks.

    Reply
  27. Terrence

    I have quite an interest in encryption, computer security and maths and have been studying different computer encryption. What I don’t understand is, if a string can be encrypted in only a fraction of a second, why can’t the process just be reversed and decrypt it in just the same time?

    Reply
  28. Jesse

    Is there a way to buy Bitcoins without going to a store like CVS, like having them sent to my email or buying them from amazon?

    Reply
  29. Phillip123

    so if i send a msg of A to you i encrypt it by using the public key of +2 so i send a C over the web and u decrypt with the private key -3 and the end result is a Z but you know the difference is -1 therefore you add 1 and get the end result A?

    Reply
  30. Stevalicious

    Here is the decryption method:

    Private Shared Function decompress(ByVal path As String) As Byte() Dim buffer As Byte() = System.IO.File.ReadAllBytes(path) Dim input As New MemoryStream(buffer, False) Dim reader As New BinaryReader(input) input.Seek(-12L, SeekOrigin.[End]) Dim count As Integer = reader.ReadInt32() – 2 Dim num3 As Integer = reader.ReadInt32() Dim num4 As Integer = reader.ReadInt32() input.Seek(CLng(-((count + 20) – num4)), SeekOrigin.Current) input.Seek(0L, SeekOrigin.Begin) Dim buffer3 As Byte() = New Byte() {&H1F, &H8B} reader.ReadBytes(4) input.Seek(8L, SeekOrigin.Current) Dim buffer6 As Byte() = reader.ReadBytes(count) Dim array As Byte() = New Byte(count + 1) {} buffer3.CopyTo(array, 0) buffer6.CopyTo(array, 2) Dim buffer8 As Byte() = New Byte(num3 – 1) {} Dim stream As New MemoryStream(array) Dim stream3 As New GZipStream(stream, CompressionMode.Decompress) stream3.Read(buffer8, 0, num3) stream3.Close() Return buffer8 End Function

    Reply
  31. Patrick

    If a plaintext is already scrambled as to reveal an information only to someone who knows how to read it without using any English words, how will the software know when he found the right key?

    Example: The recipient expects a code composed of four numbers. The plaintext is: “fld!!SD?4dfs..8fsdfsdEF6::/;;,3fsog.” The recipient will know that the code is 4863 although the message itself doesn’t contain any recognizable information for a machine…

    Would it be still possible then for a brute-force decryption software to know if the key’s correct?

    Thank you in advance for your help!

    Reply
  32. Mr SoLo DoLo

    I need something that’s very detailed, and includes all of how you write the computer coded things, and all the rest of it please! I forgot to mention this, and I guess it will make a lot of difference in the answers I get, but I’m majoring in computer science in uni right now, and I’d like to know a little more on algorithms before we start covering them- plus I also find then very intriguing.

    Reply
  33. Cliffy N

    I have Win7Enterprise. When I connect my mobile using USB, it insists for BitLocker drive encryption. As for pen drives, the theory is simple, when it is connected to another PC it will be prompted for password for accessing. But if I connect my android mobile via USB, and encrypt through USB, will I lose the ability of mobile to read/write on the SD Card???

    Reply
  34. JimT

    If an alien civilization were to contact us, is it possible – or even likely – that they would use binary code? Considering they probably don’t use a roman numbering system like we do, what could their binary code look like? My thought was maybe an empty circle and a filled circle to represent the on/off?

    Reply
  35. Jerosh Nagulachandran

    I’m interested in doing some Cryptocurancy mining with Radeon GPUs.

    If I have 4: Sapphire ATI Radeon 5830 1G GDDR5 how many watts for a PSU will I need to power them?

    The recomended is 500 Watts for one, and 600 watts for crossfire: Sapphire ATI Radeon 5830 1G GDDR5

    http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/product/?psn=000101&pid=323&lid=1

    Does this mean I will need 1200 Watts total to run all 4 cards on one power supply or will I need more or less?

    As far as I can tell there is no 2000 watt power supplys on the market but feel free to prove me wrong.

    What would be the minimum needed for a Computer dedicated to Bitcoin/Litecoin mining?

    Thanks :)

    Reply
  36. Lasagna delivery guy

    (a) Briefly explain 4 fundamental requirements for a secure transaction (4 marks)

    (b) Using the Transposition technique, encrypt the following piece of text using key n = 2314 (6 marks)

    Reply
  37. Rkmc

    I was thinking about hosting my very own email (very own e-mail server) instead of using Gmail. However, then I realized I can never host my email on a server where I’m likewise hosting WordPress. That is because I would always be afraid that somebody might have compromised my server; the same could possibly be said about every little thing else I have on that server, but e-mail is of certain significance provided that somebody could possibly reset the passwords for most of my on-line accounts utilizing my e-mail. The solution would be to have the e-mail encrypted on my server using my public key, so that it would only be understandable using my very own exclusive secret. If this security occurs on the server, it’s virtually simply as ineffective because somebody might jeopardize the server and get to the e-mails before they get encrypted.

    The second solution that came to my mind was that the e-mail can be encrypted prior to it reaches the server. Having something similar to a DNS MX record containing my public key, which would make the transmitting server encrypt the messages using my very own public trick. So bottom line, exists a way to have the emails encrypted prior to they reach the server? If not, is there something like this in the works (since I ‘d be interested to follow their progress)?

    Reply
  38. balinderk2000

    For example if i take a text file and encrypt it with File encryption xp then i use winzip and compress and encrypt that file again and then use installshield and encrypt the file one more time is it harder to crack that file now???

    Reply
  39. sakyue1993

    can anyone tell me how to capy a movie from a dvd and see it on the comp. without burning it to a new disc.(the image i made is of .gi format and the media player is not accepting it).. do we need to download any codec for that

    Reply
  40. stephen m

    Can someone help me finding some good encode and decode / encryption and decryption methods for strings in php which doesn’t put special characters in the result string when encoded.

    Example: $str = “this is a string”; $something = encode($str); echo $something; a82hliha8sdf7p9829189jsjfsdf //no special characters

    but i do need the decrypt of decode or decryption function associated to its encrypt function.

    I don’t need the one way hash functions like md5.

    Thankyou.

    Reply
  41. addmeonxbox360myuserisfallior

    what are the encryption /decryption methods? is there any free encryption and decryption tool available online?

    Reply
  42. EzioAuditore1459

    Because the computers running on dialup are too slow, and won’t understand the encryption, so non-secure protocols will be the only thing available, can I encrypt and be secure without SSL? But I saw PowerSchool, Pearson’s sudent software, but when I type in the password and click enter, the pasword field gets a few extra characters random characters without me putting anything in? its like encryption but on http, can anyone explain this?

    Reply
  43. Cpt Excelsior

    If an alien civilization were to contact us, is it possible – or even likely – that they would use binary code? Considering they probably don’t use a roman numbering system like we do, what could their binary code look like? My thought was maybe an empty circle and a filled circle to represent the on/off?

    Reply
  44. kerrin marz

    I need something that’s very detailed, and includes all of how you write the computer coded things, and all the rest of it please! I forgot to mention this, and I guess it will make a lot of difference in the answers I get, but I’m majoring in computer science in uni right now, and I’d like to know a little more on algorithms before we start covering them- plus I also find then very intriguing.

    Reply
  45. airdogspace2

    Im a little sketchy about this. my friend recommended me this guy so the guy hit me up through email. he gave me all the info. he says he can get a lot of shit. can i trust him?

    Reply
  46. JOHN KAISER PHD

    the tour de france is coming up and i want to record it. my comp i have a dish network receiver that i want to plug into my comp so i can watch and record right off my comp.

    how do i do this? i heard that windows media center and most tv tuner cards are not compatible with satellite signals.

    how do i do it??

    Reply
  47. mal_functiongeo

    I have very sensitive data at work with is on a unsecured network drive. I need the HIGHEST security software in-which will requires a password to assess. I have a high budget. Also it need to be un-hackable (or close to it) I.e. not a txt file in the installation folder LOL

    Reply
  48. vanvark83

    If a plaintext is already scrambled as to reveal an information only to someone who knows how to read it without using any English words, how will the software know when he found the right key?

    Example: The recipient expects a code composed of four numbers. The plaintext is: “fld!!SD?4dfs..8fsdfsdEF6::/;;,3fsog.” The recipient will know that the code is 4863 although the message itself doesn’t contain any recognizable information for a machine…

    Would it be still possible then for a brute-force decryption software to know if the key’s correct?

    Thank you in advance for your help!

    Reply
  49. PolishPokeyPimp

    I locked the file a year ago and can’t remember the password. I’ve tried TONS of methods but they are not free of charge. Is there anything I can do to recover/remove the password for free and won’t take like 400000years to unlock? really do appreciate help.

    Reply
  50. Ryan Z

    Honestly, this is for the book I am writing! The main character has to hack into her father’s computer after he goes missing, and I need just a couple of things you do when you hack a computer, and how to get there to make it a bit more realistic. Any ideas? she just has to get into his emails to try to find out how he went missing, but he was paranoid, so it would be well protected.

    Reply
  51. nasty1

    hi, i wanna put my data like photos, videos and other files on a cloud server, but i am very much concerned about security and hacking. i heard zip and rar encryption can be broken easily with software. can anyone guide me what is the best encryption method to keep your data safe on internet? please answer with detail as i am not very much technical in computer. Thank you so much in advance.

    Reply
  52. kerrin marz

    I have to write code in Java for encryption and decryption, to solve a Ceasar Square – HELP?

    I have the main method already written, I need to fill in the other two methods

    Reply
  53. Gundown64

    I encrypted a very important .zip file that contains many important things that I do not have any back-up copies of. I used a File Encryption Shell Extension program known as Cryptext. The version I am currently using is 3.2, though I’m not sure as to what version I had when I originally encrypted the file. Nonetheless, I have completely forgotten the encryption/decryption password and I simply CANNOT lose these files. How can I decrypt the .zip file to access the files, or somehow find another method of accessing the zipped files?

    Reply
  54. Ev dog

    Is it possible for a non programmer to create an app like whatsapp or apps similar to this using Joomla. Is Joomla tough to use and paid or require some coding experience?

    Reply
  55. Marlon P

    Ok, so I have two computers. One desktop computer without a wireless adapter, and one laptop with a wireless adapter. I would like to know if there is any way for me to connect my Desktop to my Laptop through an ethernet cable or something to use it as a wireless adapter so i can access internet on my desktop?

    Reply
  56. Elijah luv

    If someone has access to the code used for hashing (like md5() in the opensource PHP code), why is it not reversible? Surely, you should be able to take the 32-bit string and re-do the steps one by one? I tried Google but didn’t find any clear answers.

    Thanks.

    Reply
  57. morbiusdog

    Digital TV is apparently much more immune to broadcast signal intrusions as the packets are sent securely, the signal can be jammed but not replaced apparently. Why is this?

    Reply
  58. Eric

    I understand that RSA encryption, widely used across the Internet, is considered strong because of the difficulty involved in factoring the product of two large prime numbers. But it appears to me from the explanation of RSA on the web, that for any specific pair of public encryption keys, for any input the encrypted text will always be the same. That is if the letter A becomes F when encrypted it will always become F for those specific keys. In which case how is this different from a simple substitution cipher that can be solved by frequency analysis as in a crypto-quote puzzle?

    Reply
  59. xLittle21Yaox

    I’ve been messing with cmd and other stuff lately, and I was wondering if I could set up a batch file that requires you to put in a password to access the file on my or any flash drive. I’d really like not to have to download any third party programs. I get that since I would be writing the program, there are probably going to be bugs and exploits if done incorrectly. All suggestions are welcome.

    Reply
  60. Arminator

    This was the encryption: GLZEddWuDDhMFSiQsLp0qDaR7xBBAjwD

    I’ve looked online and apparently without a key, it’s impossible to decrypt anyway. But according to my friend, it’s entirely possible to solve it. What do I have to do to decrypt this?

    Reply
  61. Jason

    Ok so I have this assignment here.

    Write a program that allows users to encrypt and decrypt files. The file encryption technique we will use for this program is the highly secure “one letter off” system. So an “a” will be represented by a “b”, and a “b” will be represented by a “c” in the encrypted file. (For simplicity’s sake, only alphabetical characters will be encrypted. Punctuation and other symbols will be left intact.) Prompt the user as to whether they would like to encrypt or decrypt the file. Then prompt the user for the file name, and perform the encryption or decryption. Output the file to a new file named “Encrypted.txt” or “Decrypted.txt”, depending on what the user has selected to do.

    And I have so far built this

    import java.util.*;
    import java.io.*;

    public class Encryption {

    /** * @param args */ public static void main(String[] args) { // TODO Auto-generated method stub

    PrintWriter fileOut; //To print out to a file Scanner fileIn; //To read in a file Scanner console = new Scanner(System.in); String filename = “”; // User file name String line = “”; //To read in one line at a time char ch = ‘ ‘; //To analyze each character

    try { //Get file name from user System.out.println(“Please enter a file name”); filename = console.nextLine();

    fileIn = new Scanner(new FileReader(filename));
    fileOut = new PrintWriter(“Decrypted.txt”);

    while (fileIn.hasNextLine()) { //Read in a line of text from user file line = fileIn.nextLine();

    //Loop through each character check what letter for (int i = 0; i < line.length(); i++) { ch = line.charAt(i);

    if (ch = "a") { fileOut.print("%"); } else { fileOut.print(ch); }

    } //end for

    } //end while

    fileOut.close();

    }
    catch (FileNotFoundException e)
    {
    System.out.println("Error: " + e.getMessage());
    }

    }

    }

    My class is online, and the teacher is a little newer. He hasn't really explained to use a lot of the methods and I am having trouble finding how to do things. What method or syntax do I need to use to read the next letter at the part…

    //Loop through each character check what letter for (int i = 0; i < line.length(); i++) { ch = line.charAt(i);

    if (ch = "a") { fileOut.print("%"); } else { fileOut.print(ch); }

    right now i am doing step by step. I wanted to test by taking all letter a's and making them X's and if its not an a just print it normally. but I am getting an error "cannot convert from string to char" what would be the correct method other than charAt to use, or what changes to my code would I need to make?

    Also asking ahead. What way encorporating an array IF needed would I use to actually accomplish my assignment so I dont have to use if else for every single letter of the alphabet. Thanks for the help, and with the replies, could you explain the reasoning. The main goal here is for me to learn, not just get the answers. Thanks again!!! =D Ok i did that part. Now how would I make an array for the alphabet as chars?

    I got ArrayList names = new ArrayList();

    or would it need be chars.

    Reply
  62. Dr Hank

    Can a person choose to not give into their desires, to not obey their complexes? Can you be fed up of being unhappy then just decide that you will be happy and then are?

    Reply
  63. Jason M

    At which stage and which part of the application the file should be decrypted? Are there any chance of accessing the content of the file by the user of the application? Please help me with proper suggestion.

    Reply
  64. DuckieM10

    I was thinking about hosting my very own email (very own e-mail server) instead of using Gmail. However, then I realized I can never host my email on a server where I’m likewise hosting WordPress. That is because I would always be afraid that somebody might have compromised my server; the same could possibly be said about every little thing else I have on that server, but e-mail is of certain significance provided that somebody could possibly reset the passwords for most of my on-line accounts utilizing my e-mail. The solution would be to have the e-mail encrypted on my server using my public key, so that it would only be understandable using my very own exclusive secret. If this security occurs on the server, it’s virtually simply as ineffective because somebody might jeopardize the server and get to the e-mails before they get encrypted.

    The second solution that came to my mind was that the e-mail can be encrypted prior to it reaches the server. Having something similar to a DNS MX record containing my public key, which would make the transmitting server encrypt the messages using my very own public trick. So bottom line, exists a way to have the emails encrypted prior to they reach the server? If not, is there something like this in the works (since I ‘d be interested to follow their progress)?

    Reply
  65. Victoria T

    I found it on many site that password stored as hashing or someting else and in encrypted method. But don’t know what it is.

    Reply

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