Burst Client for Windows v0.3.9 - All in One: Wallet, Plotting & Mining
@Blago Everything is up to date I have spent the last 5 hours trying to get my coins out of my wallet with no joy. Reinstalled windows 10, reinstalled java 8 64bit, reinstalled the wallet. Used lex wallet used all the web wallets I cant get my coins out.
@Gunner101 The script error indicates your version of IE is out of date - run Windows updates.
@haitch its all up to date. I just sent 1 coin to myself and a friend and it worked but I get that script error when I try and send 31'800 to poloniex
@haitch I have tried chrome IE edge and firefox they all just hang on submitting
@haitch I have managed to send it. sent it over in 15000 stacks and it went through. duno whats wrong with it
Bugfix Update 0.3.9.4
- fixed wrong format of the market cap in the footer
- replaced/fixed some external links
The high market cap broke the ticker. ;)
This update is just a small bugfix release. Updating is not obligatory or necessary.
- new pools
- updated jminer included (Thanks to luxe)
- improvements and bugfixes
Update is not obligatory.
To update close the running Wallet and install it over the old version.
@daWallet jminer better than whats in wallet ??
I included luxe's latest release: https://github.com/de-luxe/burstcoin-jminer/releases 0.4.10
My Kaspersky decided that wallet 0.3.9.5 file contains a Trojan.
Please do NOT be alerted as it is turned to be a false-positive.
Kaspersky and ZoneAlarm report it as a threat while in their forums they DO confirm its a false-positive since 2013!
I contacted Kaspersky to solve this and hope they will answer soon.
For more info:
My man DaWallet is working on the matter from his side as well which makes me comfortable and we're in good hands :)
@rnahlawi not quite related, but an interesting reading though :)
@vExact CIA already have exploitation kits for all of them .. it was leaked in Vault-7 project and Kaspersky flaws were on top of all other AVs :D
@rnahlawi indeed. I have been using Bitdefender for a while now and it surprised me learn that according to the reports it caused hackers quite some trouble :)