@vaxman Why You have to answer this way? You feel smart now?
Idea was not to game the system or to get any advantage. I am not Pajeet. As I point already it make sense because the drives will work far more less = less energy spent = more profit.
I don't want more chances to win a block. Just to save energy. This is the whole point. Maybe for You it doesn't. But if You have hundred's of HDD's then is another story.
If You can't engage in a discussion at least don't be a dumb ass. Or whatever. Just go ahead as You are...
P.S. I am not a programmer. So how can be trivial?
Didn't mean to step on your foot.
But still, why not batch-control mining to the whee hours instead of messing with the code.
@falconCoin actually scrap my comment O_O just check my site and it also return timeout error (means my php proxy got it from whatever wallet i use). That is indeed very strange and might be something on global scale (tho i would assume we would be informed by ISP or whatnot)
@luxe, thank you for responding. Yes, I did have the "\burst" in the URL, but the connection failed. When I removed it, it appeared to succeed. But the bad rabbit actually created an empty burst_db database in the burstcoin_1.2.8 folder and connected to this.
What I discovered after replacing the "\burst" to the URL is that I can connect only if the wallet server is not running. Not sure why yet. Perhaps it is because I am accessing the database locally instead of over Ethernet. I'll do more experimenting.
Can you expand upon this? What do you mean by address validation? You want a PHP page that takes an address and checks if it has been used? Has coins? Have a public key? I believe the answer to your question is yes, should be easy to do.
@rds in my AIO release the passphrases are salted with a code that only the user knows as dawalelt just said. also the current aio dawallet has has a static encryption key so if someone goes through the source they could easily decrypt the file on your disk to get your passphrase. as well as move the file into the same directory to do it that way
ive released the source for this now so if dawallet wants he can use it to make his more secure . i made this open source so everyone can benefit from it and to also show everyone there is nothing nefarious in my code im sure we have a lot more exciting things to come ;)
im designing the new interface in my wallet so that your password cannot be sniffed by keyloggers or clipboard loggers as it just puts the passphrase straight out of the decryption algo into the password box bypassing your clipboard and keyboard