@splawik21 He was notifying me about one of my nodes. Not sure how you missed that.
@tungfa Not sure how you missed that either. I'll tell you the same thing I'm finding I'm having to tell myself more and more lately: "Don't rush to error."
Appreciate your intent guys, but that's a public...
Sorry about the delay!
I'd intended to have Monday and Tuesday to get everything ready, but my wife's been bedridden this week with the flu so I've been on double daddy duty.
Gridlocked school commutes bookending non-stop babysitting. My seven month old just started crawling...
I installed version 1.3.7, one of the oldest github releases, and didn't find anything to suggest anybody's f'ed as you say. You may not be able to import those keys into jaxx, but they're the exception. Those keys work everywhere else.
When you start a masternode, you're announcing a few things. One of which is the ip address.
Somehow you managed to plug in an ip address that is not your masternode. So, when nodes tried to talk to the node you're hosting with me, their pleas for pings were being sent somewhere else.
You need to install sentinel if you're running a masternode. A piece of documentation I keep meaning to add.
./dashman install sentinel
will fix you right up.
I'll make a note to check for sentinel on an enabled masternode before trying the tests.
Let me know if this doesn't fix things!
Yes, you're not going crazy, dash blocks are 2.625 minutes apart!
Thank you for taking the time to check the math! I appreciate you taking the
time to look at the details! @strophy notified me of an error in one of my
documents that had been there for over a year because nobody had checked...
It's rude and presumptive to insinuate our security has been compromised over a single, easily explainable false positive.
I appreciate that English doesn't appear to be your first language, but since you're new here, maybe ask questions next time instead of posting outright lies and...
maybe update your original post to reflect your now-better understanding of the nature of the false positive?
I don't mind ignorance and panic, but please don't leave invalid assumptions lying around as fact.
You stand a good chance perpetuating the baseless panic and create confusion.
Categorically a false positive.
Earlier bitcoin versions used irc to locate peers. Dash is based on one of these earlier versions.
Your antivirus is just noticing the code can talk over irc, a feature replaced by dnsseeds.
Will edit above with code snippets once I find the relevant sections.
dashman needed updating to match the new 12.2.2 output.
until I release the next update-required version, do dashman sync to pull in the fix.
note: you can combine sync with a command like this: dashman sync status or dashman sync update -y
A couple of my shared masternodes didn't get started on the 12.2 network
properly and I didn't notice until 8 days ago.
These two shared nodes are now in the selection queue. They'll get paid soon.
005 last payment: (18 days, 4 hours ago) queue: 255/4481 (selection pending)
025 last payment...