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Token Checker.zip


I'm trying to make something that goes through a file called "tokens.txt" and removes all of the invalid discord user tokens. However, instead of deleting them, it keeps writing the same invalid tokens in the file and messing it up. I don't know why it is not properly deleting the tokens. Please let me know how to fix this. The code is below.




Token Checker.zip



When the PaymentsClient instance is constructed with the environment set to ENVIRONMENT_TEST, the calls to loadPaymentData work as usual and request that the user selects one of their real cards. However, it never actually returns real information from the card that was selected, and instead, the token that results always has a constant payload.


The tokens are signed with Google's test keys. If you use Tink, ensure that .fetchSenderVerifyingKeysWith(GooglePaymentsPublicKeysManager.INSTANCE_TEST) is set when you build a PaymentMethodTokenRecipient object.


Once the sample token is decrypted, you receive the cleartext payload. The payload structure depends on whether the card that was selected is tokenized, which means added to Google Pay. In addition, the payload for tokenized cards is different, which depends upon the card network. The payload for non-tokenized cards is always the same, regardless of the card network.


As scammers evolve and create more elaborate schemes, identifying scam tokens in DeFi has become increasingly difficult. Here are five tools that can be used to help identify scam tokens, and hopefully help prevent your loss of capital.


Dextools is available for use with Ethereum and Binance Chain, and is a great platform to quickly see what is going on with a token. After searching for the token contract address, you will be able to sort the list of all the buys and the sells happening for a token by clicking the "Type" category. If you don't see any sell orders, there is a chance you are looking at a honeypot, or there is some type of restriction on selling in place.


Unicrypt is a great tool that can be used to quickly check liquidity status for a specific token. If the token creator's initial liquidity is locked, then they can't withdraw the funds (rug pull), effectively stealing funds from you, the token holder.


A block explorer is the ultimate source of all information about a token. Here you will be able to dive as deep as you want into the the liquidity pool, comprehensive transaction data, token contract code, token creator's address and more.


The comments section of a token contract should not be too heavily relied upon, as anyone can post whatever they want. However it can still be a great place to look for any red flags. In this example above, the token holders have posted warnings to others about the scam, and even went as far as finding a picture of the scammer himself. If you see any red flags like this, then it's time to dig a little deeper and confirm any indicators.


Next, you could look into the contract creator's address to see if they have removed any liquidity (aka LP tokens) from the pool. The creator's address can be found in the upper right side of the token contract page (using the same example as above).


Token Sniffer is an easy tool which can be used to search for various tokens on both Ethereum and Binance Chain. Simply copy and paste the token contract address into the search bar, and TokenSniffer will provide info on exploits, a brief contract audit, and more. Another useful feature is the list of known scams and hacks, which is a great place to quickly see if a suspected token is listed.


Session management mechanisms can be vulnerable to attack if tokens are generated in an unsafe manner that enables an attacker to predict values of tokens that have been issued to other users. A password recovery token, sent to the user's registered email address is an example where an application's security depends on the unpredictability of tokens it generates.


In this example, by sorting the results by length and/or status, we can clearly see how useful the "Character frobber" can be when testing which parts of a complex session token are actually being used to track session state.


[2] The term "digital asset," as used in this framework, refers to an asset that is issued and transferred using distributed ledger or blockchain technology, including, but not limited to, so-called "virtual currencies," "coins," and "tokens."


[9] The lack of monetary consideration for digital assets, such as those distributed via a so-called "bounty program" does not mean that the investment of money prong is not satisfied. As the Commission explained in The DAO Report, "[i]n determining whether an investment contract exists, the investment of 'money' need not take the form of cash" and "in spite of Howey's reference to an 'investment of money,' it is well established that cash is not the only form of contribution or investment that will create an investment contract." The DAO Report at 11 (citation omitted). See In re Tomahawk Exploration LLC, Securities Act Rel. 10530 (Aug. 14, 2018) (issuance of tokens under a so-called "bounty program" constituted an offer and sale of securities because the issuer provided tokens to investors in exchange for services designed to advance the issuer's economic interests and foster a trading market for its securities). Further, the lack of monetary consideration for digital assets, such as those distributed via a so-called "air drop," does not mean that the investment of money prong is not satisfied; therefore, an airdrop may constitute a sale or distribution of securities. In a so-called "airdrop," a digital asset is distributed to holders of another digital asset, typically to promote its circulation.


[16] We recognize that holders of digital assets may put forth some effort in the operations of the network, but those efforts do not negate the fact that the holders of digital assets are relying on the efforts of the AP. That a scheme assigns "nominal or limited responsibilities to the [investor] does not negate the existence of an investment contract." SEC v. Koscot Interplanetary, Inc., 497 F.2d 473, 483 n.15 (5th Cir. 1974) (citation and quotation marks omitted). If the AP provides efforts that are "the undeniably significant ones, those essential managerial efforts which affect the failure or success of the enterprise," and the AP is not merely performing ministerial or routine tasks, then there likely is an investment contract. See Turner, 474 U.S. at 482; see also The DAO Report (although DAO token holders had certain voting rights, they nonetheless reasonably relied on the managerial efforts of others). Managerial and entrepreneurial efforts typically are characterized as involving expertise and decision-making that impacts the success of the business or enterprise through the application of skill and judgment.


Note:*The total supply includes tokens that are not circulating in the markets. These may include tokens locked for vesting by the project team.**Balance will be shown as at 12 AM UTC on the selected date


You can also access token usage data through the API. Token usage information is now included in responses from completions, edits, and embeddings endpoints. Information on prompt and completion tokens is contained in the "usage" key:


  • Ideas for use: In an email with a juicy subject line.

  • Embedded in documents.

  • Inserted into canary webpages that are only found through brute-force.

  • This URL is just an example. Apart from the hostname and the actual token (the random string), you can change all other parts of the URL.


  • Ideas for use: Replace links with these to capture user information before user is redirected to where they want to go.

  • Embedded in documents.

  • Inserted into canary webpages that are only found through brute-force.

  • This URL is just an example. Apart from the hostname and the actual token (the random string), you can change all other parts of the URL.


  • Ideas for use: Include in a PTR entry for dark IP space of your internal network. Quick way to determine if someone is walking your internal DNS without configuring DNS logging and monitoring.

  • Leave in a .bash_history, or .ssh/config, or /servers.txt

  • Use as a extremely simple bridge between a detection and notification action. Many possibilities, here's one that tails a logfile and triggers the token when someone logs in: tail -f /var/log/auth.log awk '/Accepted publickey for/ system("host k5198sfh3cw64rhdpm29oo4ga.canarytokens.com") '

  • Use as the domain part of an email address.


  • Ideas for use: These credentials are often stored in a file called /.aws/credentials on linux/OSX systems. Generate a fake credential pair for your senior developers and sysadmins and keep it on their machines. If someone tries to access AWS with the pair you generated for Bob, chances are that Bob's been compromised.

  • Place the credentials in private code repositories. If the token is triggered, it means that someone is accessing that repo without permission


  • Ideas for use: Most systems have a /.azure folder (much like the /.aws or /.ssh). Create a config file with the config details from the token and place it near the certificate (ensuring that the config value has a path to the certificate).

  • Place the credentials in private code repositories. If the token is triggered, it means that someone is accessing that repo without permission


  • Ideas for use: Place the file at /.kube/config on a host, tempting an attacker to use it.

  • Place the file in private code repositories. If the token is triggered, it means that someone is accessing that repo without permission.

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