MT.Gox.com once handled 90% of the total worldwide Bitcoin to Dollar exchange. After the complete user data base was stolen through a hack, or security breach, the site was shut down, and for days on end relaunching was postponed, leaving 61000+ users clueless as to whether they would ever retrieve their millions in dollars or bitcoins.
(ghaks:d) sounds like boxed
Catagory: hacker lingo
The act of waiting indefinitely, while a security update/investigation is preformed, after a hack attack, on a website or network.
This site holds the users cash, game points, bitcoins, and other virtual goods, suspended pending the outcome.
These virtual goods are often to felt to be in jeopardy.
This term references the mtgox (bitcoin exchage) hack attack of Sunday June 19th 2011.
There's my car! I thought you said it was stolen. You were just goxing me.