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1 Dear friends, even though no one has yet come forward to claim either of our two bounties ($250,000 bounty to remove funds from a prepared wallet and $10,000 bounty to demonstrate a man in the middle attack), based on user feedback and feedback from the community we would like
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Bitfi Aug 4
Replying to @Bitfi6
2 to take a more conservative and proactive approach moving forward. First, the security and integrity of your device can only be guaranteed if purchased directly from the official Bitfi website or an authorized Bitfi dealer. Under no circumstances should you ever purchase a
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Bitfi Aug 4
Replying to @Bitfi6
3 pre-owned device as it could have been tampered with or be a counterfeit device. Second, moving forward we will be adding tamper evident holographic seals on each device. If the seal is broken, don’t use the device.
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Bitfi Aug 4
Replying to @Bitfi6
4 Finally, all existing customers who already have the Bitfi wallet will receive a shipment with these tamper evident seals with instructions how to place them on the device.
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OverSoft Aug 4
Replying to @Bitfi6
So, that's a no then on any bounty? Right. Not that i was expecting anything anyway, but just checking.
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Bitfi Aug 4
Replying to @OverSoftNL
Both bounties remain in place sir.
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HypnInfoSec Aug 4
Replying to @Bitfi6 @cybergibbons
Also if you're shipping people (such as ) anti tamper stickers for their devices, you're literally equipping them to replace/cover anti tamper stickers they might happen to come across... or, you know, cause :facepalm:
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Bitfi Aug 4
They are serialized
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Jürgen Strobel ⚡️ Aug 4
Replying to @Bitfi6 @OverSoftNL
The bounties are for fake problems. Is there a bounty for defeating the tamper evident seal?
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Burstup Aug 4
Replying to @Bitfi6
I was promised a new device because the first one came in an opened box. Is that on its way?
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Marco CryptoRevolution Aug 4
Replying to @Bitfi6
Hey Daniel, may be you should considor to add a checksum into your Firmware which will be checked by any connection to your servers to make sure the software is genui and not manipulated by anyone before granting the Device access to your server backend.
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Bitfi Aug 4
Replying to @MarcoCryptoRevo
Hi Marco, the device does exactly what you describe. To test it against attacks we put out a second bounty. Also, absolutely amazing innovation and features are coming.
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Bitfi Aug 4
Replying to @Burstup
Yes sir. We will send you tracking number.
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🇺🇸 BTC Batman [Bitcoinaire!] Aug 5
Yeah, that I can hold onto for 2 months while I work on a custom firmware and then place onto the device. How freaking dense are you?
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Bitfi Aug 6
By the way, if you ever come up with custom firmware that works, we would love to see. We have a check waiting for you.
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Bitfi Aug 6
If you are walking down the street and someone grabs your Bitfi wallet from you pocket, can they get to your money or not? This is fake? This is literally a situation that happens thousands of times a day around the world. The first bounty simulates this exact situation.
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oh i don't know Aug 7
If that's the rationale you're relying on for assuming they wouldn't do anything then I have some horrible news for you about what's happened to countless companies, ICOs, and individuals over the years...
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Bitfi Aug 8
ICOs have plausible deniability - “oh our project didn’t work out”, but when it comes to wallet advertised as safe and everyone looses funds, it’s jail for sure. This is nothing like investing in ICO and accepting the risks.
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