Massive Cyberattack on Australia Uses Cryptojacking Exploits

Massive Cyberattack on Australia Uses Cryptojacking Exploits

The Australian Cyber Security Centre said a group of “state actors” hacked Australian networks on June 19 and one of the vulnerabilities they exploited is related to cryptojacking malware attacks. 

According to the 48-page report released on June 24, the threat actors exploited four critical vulnerabilities in Telerik UI, including CVE-2019-18935, which was recently leveraged by the Blue Mockingbird malware gang to infect thousands of systems with XMRRig, a Monero (XMR) mining software.

Although the advisory didn’t say if hackers could have installed cryptojacking malware during the recent massive cyberattack, such vulnerability is the preferred one for the cybercriminals for installing crypto-mining applications within corporate networks. 

The report elaborates on the CVE-2019-18935 vulnerability, which also has similarities with the ones that Cointelegraph reported on the Blue Mockingbird’s attack, although it doesn’t imply that such gang participated in the cyberattack against Australia:

“Other exploit payloads were identified by the ACSC most commonly when the actor’s attempt at a reverse shell was unsuccessful. These included: a payload that attempted to execute a PowerShell reverse shell; a payload that attempted to execute certutil.exe to download another payload; a payload that executed binary malware (identified in this advisory as HTTPCore) previously uploaded by the actor but which had no persistence mechanism; a payload that enumerated the absolute path of the web root and wrote that path to a file within the web root.”

Almost 10 Chinese hacker groups – engaged with espionage activities and allegedly have connections with China’s government – have the PlugX malware among their weapons, which was one of the malware identified in the Australian government’s report.

Some Australian officials have suggested that China could be behind the massive cyberattack, as the diplomatic issues have been on the rise between the two countries. It was said the attack could have come after Australia sought for an investigation on the origin of the COVID-19 virus, something that was not well-received the dragon nation officials, as they considered it a “discriminatory” accusation and responded with trade retaliation against the Oceanic country.

The Chinese government has denied the claims.

Source: www.bit-cointalk.com


Bitcoin’s March to $100K: A Number of Crypto Experts Who Believe the Price per BTC Touches Six-Digits

Bitcoin’s March to $100K: A Number of Crypto Experts Who Believe the Price per BTC Touches Six-Digits

Bitcoin's March to $100K: A Number of Crypto Experts Who Believe the Price per BTC Touches Six-Digits

A number of analysts believe that at some point in the future, Bitcoin prices will touch the six-digit zone or $100,000 or more per unit. This price point has been predicted by a variety of experts and analysts including the stock-to-flow (S2F) proponent Plan B, financial analyst Peter Brandt, the popular crypto trader Theta Seek, Blockfyre’s Simon Dedic, and Morgan Creek CEO Mark Yusko.

There are a number of industry insiders, experts, and analysts who think the price of bitcoin (BTC) could easily reach $100,000 or more per coin. On June 4, 2020, Simon Dedic, the cofounder of crypto-analysis firm Blockfyre estimates that BTC will touch a high of $150K.

Dedic’s tweet forecasts a number of price predictions including BTC ($150K), ETH ($9K), LINK ($200), BNB ($500), VET ($1) and XTZ ($200). The Blockfyre cofounder is not the only crypto industry executive who thinks BTC will reach the six-digit price range at some point in the future.

On June 5, the popular trader Theta Seek told his 5,528 Twitter followers that BTC could touch $100K, but there needs to be $90M in investments per day. “At 100K per BTC, the market has to absorb a miner supply of $90 Million USD daily,” Theta Seek explained in his tweet.

“Assuming that there are 10 million people worldwide buying BTC on a regular basis. It would cost them each $9 daily to sustain those price levels. I’ve met people who spend more than $9 on coffee,” the trader added. Further, one person replied to Theta Seek and said: “When the price gets high there is a lot more supply than just miners.” The traders responded by stating:

Data suggests otherwise though, HODL-ers throughout the past 3 ATHs have not been selling in significant portions. 60% of BTC has not moved for more than 2 years. Even if that were to be true, the long term supply of BTC will eventually be equal to the mining (new) supply.

There have been many others who claim that it is possible BTC could touch $100K per coin. During a May 6, 2020 interview, the CEO of capital management giant Morgan Creek, Mark Yusko, explained that BTC could easily reach $100K in 2021 or 2022. During the discussion, Yusko also said BTC could reach $400 to $500K as well. Yusko stated at the time:

If we come to gold equivalence, meaning the market cap of Bitcoin equals the market cap of gold, which I think is perfectly logical, you could easily see that $400,000 to $500,000 price [at] some [point in time].

Even though the analyst and popular financial trader, Peter Brandt, recently tweeted that the Bitcoin halving was “grossly over-rated,” he has stated that BTC could touch six-digits as well. This was mentioned during Peter Brandt’s Crypto Update on December 5, 2019.

In the video update, Brandt said that at some point BTC will march toward the $100K region, but the crypto asset’s market cycle would be bearish first. Brandt noted that BTC was at a crossroads and said that by July, in 30-days, the price could bottom out. However, Brandt’s prediction was well before the Covid-19 outbreak and the ‘Black Thursday’ event on March 12, 2020.

There are so many people that believe BTC could very well touch the six-digit range at some point including Morgan Creek’s executive Anthony ‘Pomp’ Pompliano, Plan B (@100trillionUSD), Pantera Capital, crypto analyst Nicholas Merten, venture capitalist Tim Draper, and RT host Max Keiser.

Moreover, the question of whether or not BTC could reach $100K per unit has been asked for many years now. It seems that many crypto-asset investors and old school bitcoiners do believe that at some point in time, BTC will be priced at $100,000 per coin.

At the time of publication, BTC is trading between $9,600 to just above the $9,700 per coin zone and the crypto economy is worth $275 billion on Monday. Most crypto assets on Monday are up between 1-4% depending on the coin. 24-hour global trade volumes have dipped over 4% but there’s still around $18.1 billion in global crypto swaps today according to market stats.

Do you think BTC will reach $100k per coin? Let us know in the comments below.

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Source: cryptomoneyteam.co

By TeamMMG

Bitcoin’s March to $100K: A Number of Crypto Experts Who Believe the Price per BTC Touches Six-Digits

Top Banks Say Gold May See A Record Rally By 2021—Why Bitcoin Can Too

Top banks expect a gold rally in 2021, buoyed by three major factors.

In a paper entitled “June 2020 Edition: Bloomberg Crypto Outlook,” researchers at Bloomberg said that the same forces supporting gold could positively affect Bitcoin.

The research paper read:

“The same forces buoying gold support Bitcoin, yet the supply of the crypto is more constrained. Adoption, by default, is the primary Bitcoin metric, and our indicators remain positive.

Bitcoin and Gold correlation over the past year.

Top financial institutions in the U.S. attribute the positive sentiment around gold to three main factors. They are: the potential devaluation of the U.S. dollar, uncertainty around the economy, and rising demand for physical gold.

Morgan Stanley: Dollar Approaching Its Peak Increases Appetite For Gold

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Lisa Shalett, the chief investment officer of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, said the dollar could be approaching its peak.

In a column published by Morgan Stanley, Shalett wrote that if the value of the dollar drops, adding gold to investment portfolios would be favorable.

“The dollar may be near a peak. If the dollar weakens, this may be a good time for certain investors to consider adding some gold to their portfolios,” she said.

But, whether the U.S. dollar (USD) will decline in the near-term remains uncertain. According to the Bank of International Settlements, USD still dominates international funding markets.

Goldman Sachs: Early Stage of Economic Recovery Historically Raised Demand For Gold

The global economy is now just starting to recover from the impact of the pandemic. Supply chains have been disrupted, and as a result, large-scale corporations across major sectors struggled to sustain their operations.

Goldman Sachs analysts said historically, the demand for gold rose amid a lack of clarity around the early phase of an economic recovery.

The bank’s analysts said:

“Gold investment demand tends to grow into the early stage of the economic recovery, driven by continued debasement concerns and lower real rates.”

For that reason, Goldman Sachs analysts said that the price of gold could potentially rise to as high as $2,000 per ounce.

Similarly, Shalett said that if the expectations of a recession in the U.S. increases, investors can consider gold as a “buffer.”

“Some investors may feel they should reduce their allocation to equities if the odds of a U.S. recession rise, but buying some gold as a buffer is another approach to consider,” Shalett noted.

JPMorgan: Gold as a Hedge Against Uncertainty

In a note to clients in early May, JPMorgan strategists reportedly said that investors could consider gold as a hedge against economic uncertainty.

There are many variables that could cause a downturn in both the economy and the stock market. A high unemployment rate, declining business productivity, and fear of a second wave of the pandemic could cause the economy to slump.

The perception of gold as a safe haven asset makes gold a preferable option of hedge alongside other traditional assets like cash and bonds.

Other than as a hedge, strategists also predict the demand for physical gold to increase. Gold is used in various products, such as jewelry and semiconductor packages. The disturbance in supply chains, especially in areas that do not produce gold, may cause a shortage of the precious metal.

Morgan Stanley’s Fixed Income Division executive director Nicholas Thompson wrote:

“Increases in demand for physical bars and coins during times of increased uncertainty, combined with supply disruptions, can often push the cost to acquire these products higher, as seen during the COVID-19 crisis.”

Institutional Adoption of Bitcoin is Rising, While Correlation With Gold Rises

Since the start of 2020, institutional investors have been purchasing large amounts of Bitcoin through the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust.

The Grayscale Bitcoin Trust is one of the few investment vehicles in the U.S. that allow accredited investors to gain exposure to Bitcoin in a publicly-traded stock.

According to Bitcoin researcher Kevin Rooke, Grayscale added 53,588 BTC to their trust since the May 11 halving. While the figures can be inflated by “in-kind” numbers, the assets under management of the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust is at an all-time high.

The Assets Under Management of the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (Btc).

The growing demand for Bitcoin from institutions also coincide with rising correlation between BTC and gold.

Bloomberg researchers noted:

“ Increasing companionship with gold is a Bitcoin-price tailwind, in our view. At the highest-for-longest 52-week correlation and beta ever vs. the metal, the first-born crypto should continue to advance for reasons similar to gold, fueled by unprecedented global central-bank easing.”

A confluence of rising institutional adoption and demand for gold could push Bitcoin to see an uptrend in 2021, analysts suggest.

Source: www.forbes.com

Author: Joseph Young


PayPal Crypto Rumors, RIP Wirecard, Telegram Settles: Hodler’s Digest, June 22–28

PayPal Crypto Rumors, RIP Wirecard, Telegram Settles: Hodler’s Digest, June 22–28

Coming every Sunday, Hodler’s Digest will help you track every single important news story that happened this week. The best (and worst) quotes, adoption and regulation highlights, leading coins, predictions and much more — a week on Cointelegraph in one link.

There have been a lot of rumors surrounding PayPal this week. A report suggested that the online payments giant plans to allow hundreds of millions of users to buy and sell crypto directly. Job vacancies for crypto and blockchain experts have added fuel to the fire. PayPal is yet to confirm whether the reports are true — but if they are, it could be a landmark moment in Bitcoin’s quest to go mainstream. As you’d expect, some of crypto’s best-known names saw this as a bullish sign, and they renewed predictions of BTC rallying to $12,000. But some — such as Decred co-founder Jake Yocom-Piatt — are dubious about the rumors. He told Cointelegraph: “PayPal, specifically, is notorious for depriving its users of access to legitimately acquired funds on their platform with little to no justification. Users having their funds restricted in this fashion is something cryptocurrencies are designed to prevent, making this integration, if it is indeed in progress, an odd combination.”

It’s quite rare for the top story of the Financial Times to send shockwaves through the crypto sector — but this week, it has. Wirecard, the troubled fintech company which recently discovered a $2.1-billion hole in its finances, has opened insolvency proceedings. The company powers many of the crypto debit cards in the market, and it’s been struggling to keep up with its debt obligations. Earlier in the week, former CEO Markus Braun was arrested on suspicion of falsifying the embattled firm’s accounts — and was released on $5.6 million bail. Wirecard’s demise is already affecting crypto card users, and a subsidiary responsible for issuing these debit cards has been suspended by the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority. This has meant customers were unable to use them. Crypto.com, one of the companies that used Wirecard’s services, has stressed that its users’ assets are secure — and said funds will rapidly be credited back to crypto wallets. It is now looking for alternative solutions so the cards can be used again.

Saturday saw BTC fall under $9,000 to lows of $8,813 — but it seems buyers have been keen to purchase these dips. Mild pullbacks are common over the weekends as trading volume tends to thin. Cointelegraph contributor Marcel Perlman said the market is in a bit of a neutral zone after Friday’s $1.06 billion BTC futures and options expiry. He explained: “The options expiry did not have a meaningful impact as most of the call options were aimed at $10,000 or higher.” Other threats are on the horizon. There’s a strengthening correlation between Bitcoin and U.S. equities — fuelling fears that BTC is vulnerable to a price pullback. Some, like stock-to-flow model creator PlanB, believe this might not be a bad thing. He said: “I see it as good news. I would be really worried if all these trillions QE money would flow to stocks, bonds, real estate, gold… but not to Bitcoin.” Other crypto analysts are also optimistic. Popular trader SteveCrypt0 said: “We could go as low as 6300 or even dip to 6k and still be bullish. In fact, it would even be a healthy correction right into the golden pocket of the 0.618 Fib level.”

It’s finally over: Telegram and the SEC have reached a settlement. The encrypted messaging app has been in hot water after it raised $1.7 billion in an ICO for GRAM tokens, which the regulator said was an illegal securities sale. Now, Telegram is returning $1.2 billion to investors and has to pay an $18.5-million penalty. The company has already confirmed that the Telegram Open Network is dead in the water. Announcing that a conclusion had been reached, the SEC said: “New and innovative businesses are welcome to participate in our capital markets but they cannot do so in violation of the registration requirements of the federal securities laws.” Unfortunately, it’s not exactly clear how Telegram or other potential ICO issuers can actually appease the SEC at this point.

Simon Dedic, the co-founder of the crypto research house Blockfyre, has kicked a massive hornet’s nest — and it had the potential to upset a lot of people. In an inflammatory tweet, he said: “I will get some serious hate for that, but I stand by my opinion: $XRP, $BCH, $BSV, $LTC and $EOS absolutely do NOT deserve belonging to the TOP 10 cryptocurrencies.” He explained that the likes of Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV and Litecoin are ultimately trying to be a “better Bitcoin” — and argues this simply isn’t necessary. He also criticized EOS and XRP for being centralized and called out Ripple for dumping billions of XRP tokens on a regular basis. Dedic believes the traceability platform VeChain as well as Tezos are far worthier of having a bigger market cap.

Winners and Losers

At the end of the week, Bitcoin is at $9,141.43, Ether at $226.35 and XRP at $0.18. The total market cap is at $259,573,858,203.

Among the biggest 100 cryptocurrencies, the top three altcoin gainers of the week are Celsius, Quant and Ren. The top three altcoin losers of the week are SwissBorg, Flexacoin and Compound.

For more info on crypto prices, make sure to read Cointelegraph’s market analysis. 

“We could go as low as $6,300 or even dip to $6,000 and still be bullish.”

SteveCrypt0, analyst

“If your Bitcoin bet pays off it will be cataclysmically destructive for the world. And that’ll have enormous consequences to many people we all know and care about who weren’t hedged in Bitcoin. And so you almost don’t want it to happen.”

Chamath Palihapitiya, Social Capital CEO

“Grayscale *alone* has taken all BTC mined + 14,000 more BTC off the table since the halving.”

Hodlonaut, Twitter user

“The recent increase in correlation between Bitcoin and the S&P 500 could be the root of BTC’s current price volatility.”

Marcel Pechman, Cointelegraph contributor

“Like I’ve been saying for months now, I have no reason to walk away from my prediction early in the year that Bitcoin is going to get stuck between $6,000 and $10,000 for the majority of this year.”

Tone Vays, trader

“I will get some serious hate for that, but I stand by my opinion: $XRP, $BCH, $BSV, $LTC and $EOS absolutely do NOT deserve belonging to the TOP 10 cryptocurrencies.”

Simon Dedic, Blockfyre co-founder

“The Digital Resistance movement doesn’t end with last week’s ceasefire in Russia. It is just getting started – and going global.”

Pavel Durov, Telegram CEO

With Bitcoin 95% correlated to the S&P 500 right now, it isn’t ideal that one analyst has warned that this stock market index could soon suffer a 400-point crash. For Tone Vays, the economic uncertainty brought on by the coronavirus is proof that we won’t be seeing a BTC bull run for some time yet. On the latest episode of his Trading Bitcoin YouTube series, Vays said: “Like I’ve been saying for months now, I have no reason to walk away from my prediction early in the year that Bitcoin is going to get stuck between $6,000 and $10,000 for the majority of this year.” If he’s right, we might have to wait a little while before BTC attempts to reach all-time highs once again.

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is shunning Bitcoin. A news website affiliated with the jihadist group has updated its donations page to say it no longer accepts BTC — and that financial contributions should be made in Monero instead. Monero is a privacy coin that makes it easier to obfuscate the senders and receivers of transactions. There has long been speculation that ISIS has substantial war chests hidden in Bitcoin, but according to the blockchain intelligence firm Chainalysis, this doesn’t appear to be the case. Its research suggests that less than $10,000 was raised for terrorism through crypto.

A ransomware group says it is planning to auction over 1TB of data stolen from a major entertainment law firm. The REvil gang claims the contents show that some of the world’s best-known stars have been involved in sex scandals, drug use and treachery. Information about Nicki Minaj, LeBron James and Mariah Carey is apparently going to go under the hammer, with each dataset costing $600,000. Confidential files belonging to Universal and MTV are being sold for $1 million each. The gang left a warning for the law firm Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks, saying: “You have a chance to stop that, and you know what to do.” Emsisoft threat analyst Brett Callow told Cointelegraph that it’s difficult to know whether REvil has damaging documents on celebrities, warning they “could simply be making a bogus claim in the hope of upping the amount that people will bid.”

The astronomical price performance of the Compound Governance Token (known as COMP for short) may have been orchestrated using derivatives, according to analysts. After initially changing hands for approximately $80 each on June 18, COMP quickly rallied 500% to post highs above $380 on June 21. News of a Coinbase listing may have helped to entice buyers. But since that high, COMP has shed more than a third of its value, and it’s now trading under $250. The founder of the crypto asset manager Carbono, Raul Marcos, tweeted: “Trading $COMP futures right now is a masterclass on market manipulation.”

It’s NFT and gaming week at Cointelegraph Magazine. Find out more about this digital asset, test your knowledge, and discover how NFTs could result in a paradigm shift in video games.

As Shiraz Jagati explains, most believe that the British regulator’s latest efforts to monitor the U.K.’s crypto ecosystem are a step in the right direction.

After seeing an abject failure of traditional financial models, people might turn to decentralized peer-to-peer technology with crypto as the future.

Source: www.bit-cointalk.com


New Bitcoin Price Model Suggests ‘Exponential’ Bull Run in One Month

New Bitcoin Price Model Suggests ‘Exponential’ Bull Run in One Month

Earlier this week on-chain analyst Willy Woo released a new price model for Bitcoin (BTC). The model identifies the start of exponential Bitcoin bull runs based on historical data. According to the model, Bitcoin may be just one month away from an official bull market.

The price of Bitcoin was hovering around $10,000 in February before the coronavirus pandemic led to the U.S. stock market to correct sharply. At that time, analysts expected BTC to pull back as the price had also rejected at $10,500 which is a pivotal resistance level.

Surprisingly, Bitcoin price dropped rapidly as it fell below $6,000, ultimately dropping to a yearly low at $3,600 on BitMEX. This caused mayhem in the cryptocurrency market as more than $1 billion worth of leveraged positions were liquidated.

According to Woo, Bitcoin was positioned for a bull market before the coronavirus pandemic affected nearly all risk-on markets. Woo’s new model, which accurately marked the start of four previous bull runs, indicates Bitcoin is preparing for another uptrend in the near-term.

Woo said:

“This is a new model I’m working on, it picks the start of exponential bull runs. 1) Bitcoin was setting up for a bullish run until the COVID white swan killed the party. 2) This model suggests we are close to another bullish run. Maybe another month to go.”

A new Bitcoin price model

A new Bitcoin price model. Source: Willy Woo

If the price of Bitcoin remains stable for longer, Woo said that it could strengthen the next breakout. Furthermore, Bitcoin has shown a relatively low level of volatility for well over a month, defending the $9,000 support level. 

The analyst further explained:

“The longer this bull market takes to wind up, the higher the peak price (Top Cap model). A long sideways accumulation band is ultimately a good thing.”

A long period of consolidation under a multi-year resistance level such as $10,500 is often considered as a positive factor because it shows buyers are attempting to breach a key level but there is not enough selling pressure to counter it.

Since March, the price of Bitcoin has recovered from the sub-$4,000 area without a major correction and along the way the traders have defended major support levels at $5,800, $6,500, $8,100, and $8,600. 

Cryptocurrency trader Nunya Bizniz said the market structure of Bitcoin remains intact despite recent dips in the price trend of Bitcoin. The analyst said:

“The upward trend has morphed into more of a sideways pattern and has experienced some dips lately. However, market structure remains intact. The series of higher lows has not been broken. Does this pattern continue to hold?”

Support levels Bitcoin defended since March

Support levels Bitcoin defended since March. Source: Nunya Bizinz

What is important to remember is that despite the current corrections, Bitcoin price remains in an uptrend even as it moves sideways in a consolidation phase. This confluence of bullish macro factors and the resilience of key Bitcoin support levels raise the probability of a strong bull market in the medium to long-term.

Source: www.bit-cointalk.com


New Bitcoin Price Model Suggests ‘Exponential’ Bull Run in One Month

New Bitcoin Price Model Suggests ‘Exponential’ Bull Run in One Month

Earlier this week on-chain analyst Willy Woo released a new price model for Bitcoin (BTC). The model identifies the start of exponential Bitcoin bull runs based on historical data. According to the model, Bitcoin may be just one month away from an official bull market.

The price of Bitcoin was hovering around $10,000 in February before the coronavirus pandemic led to the U.S. stock market to correct sharply. At that time, analysts expected BTC to pull back as the price had also rejected at $10,500 which is a pivotal resistance level.

Surprisingly, Bitcoin price dropped rapidly as it fell below $6,000, ultimately dropping to a yearly low at $3,600 on BitMEX. This ca use d mayhem in the cryptocurrency market as more than $1 billion worth of leveraged positions were liquidated.

According to Woo, Bitcoin was positioned for a bull market before the coronavirus pandemic affected nearly all risk-on markets. Woo’s new model, which accurately marked the start of four previous bull runs, indicates Bitcoin is preparing for another uptrend in the near-term.

Woo said:

“This is a new model I’m working on, it picks the start of exponential bull runs. 1) Bitcoin was setting up for a bullish run until the COVID white swan killed the party. 2) This model suggests we are close to another bullish run. Maybe another month to go.”

A new Bitcoin price model

A new Bitcoin price model. Source: Willy Woo

If the price of Bitcoin remains stable for longer, Woo said that it could strengthen the next breakout. Furthermore, Bitcoin has shown a relatively low level of volatility for well over a month, defending the $9,000 support level. 

The analyst further explained:

“The longer this bull market takes to wind up, the higher the peak price (Top Cap model). A long sideways accumulation band is ultimately a good thing.”

A long period of consolidation under a multi-year resistance level such as $10,500 is often considered as a positive factor because it shows buyers are attempting to breach a key level but there is not enough selling pressure to counter it.

Since March, the price of Bitcoin has recovered from the sub-$4,000 area without a major correction and along the way the traders have defended major support levels at $5,800, $6,500, $8,100, and $8,600. 

Cryptocurrency trader Nunya Bizniz said the market structure of Bitcoin remains intact despite recent dips in the price trend of Bitcoin. The analyst said:

“The upward trend has morphed into more of a sideways pattern and has experienced some dips lately. However, market structure remains intact. The series of higher lows has not been broken. Does this pattern continue to hold?”

Support levels Bitcoin defended since March

Support levels Bitcoin defended since March. Source: Nunya Bizinz

What is important to remember is that despite the current corrections, Bitcoin price remains in an uptrend even as it moves sideways in a consolidation phase. This confluence of bullish macro factors and the resilience of key Bitcoin support levels raise the probability of a strong bull market in the medium to long-term.

Source: www.americancryptoassociation.com


Massive Cyberattack on Australia Uses Cryptojacking Exploits


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