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1  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Private key (privkey) hunters - unite! on: June 12, 2018, 11:00:15 AM
Wait a minute. I'm not talking about randomly generating private keys like

Code:
openssl rand -hex 32

and luck out a la (Powerball)^128. We all know the odds for finding a positive balance address that way is practically close to infinity, even if you had the computational power to check a billion addresses per second.

I'm talking about way to significantly reduce the entropy. Or completely remove it, such as finding images of paper wallets that people frequently - those were the days - used to share on Instagram, Imgur, Flickr and so forth.

Take this one, for example. It had more than 2 BTC in October 2015:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-apps/imrs.php?src=http://img.washingtonpost.com/blogs/innovations/files/2014/11/IMG_20141027_185706.jpg&w=1484

Another way is (was) brainwallets, maybe the stupidest contribution to the bitcoin ecosystem. A famous example is sha256sum("mike") that gives (I'm by no means taking credit for this one):

Code:
64b4d0f47c93ce23d157e68a58767356283dc9b63c459d45d0e0e39b3a64b9b9
5JadzKfQLiM4v5dpqE3J5knhkZdnug6FRmjiCxpnPMAWix11rWR
144BBhjaTofkGJzCG7opHyG5t5HP2boUXc

https://blockchain.info/address/144BBhjaTofkGJzCG7opHyG5t5HP2boUXc

After the 2016 release of brainflayer and this instructional video (recommended viewing!), I assume every possbile and impossible wordlist has been used to sweep the blockchain clean of brainwallets, in a global script kiddie joint venture.

However, I might take credit for Smiley

Code:
echo -n "8" | keccak-256sum -l | tr -d ' -'

which leads us to this Ethereum address

Code:
e4b1702d9298fee62dfeccc57d322a463ad55ca201256d01f62b45b2e1c21c10
dc39020c132047dbff55bcb81aeadccc2b042b35becdd9e6a97f0e86a84785e6c96f252986cdb081103612617754ff45122e34a0c3023e26587ac1a0eba7508e
0xe0fc04fa2d34a66b779fd5cee748268032a146c0

https://etherscan.io/address/0xe0fc04fa2d34a66b779fd5cee748268032a146c0

which was active only 57 days ago.

Ethereum is perhaps even more interesting than bitcoin, because of tokens and smart contracts, some of which you can easily dump on exchanges. I simply assume lots of people are sweeping low entropy ETH addresses for such tokens.

My main point is that there are other and much less explored methods, that I work on for time to time when I have some spare time. I'm done with brainwallets and Google Image, but still have one or two aces up my sleeve.

It would be cool to hook up with others who are into the same thing. I'm fairly certain you are out there. Step forth!
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: DOH Token | Backlink Bounty (easy!) on: June 06, 2018, 11:25:51 PM
Majestic pump and dump. We happened to watch it live on the DEX.

-99.86% in 24 hours is pretty nasty.

https://beta.wavesplatform.com/dex?assetId2=9ktcA2myjUf9Ype6jVSEeSNo483XrSn1DVnXNZKBmrvq&assetId1=WAVES

Yeah... guess I'll never see those $2. But life goes on Smiley
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / DOH Token | Backlink Bounty (easy!) on: June 04, 2018, 10:26:16 PM
For the record, I'm not affiliated with the token in question. No idea who's behind it; almost seems like that's the way they want it. Cool with me. I stumbled over this on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/DOHToken/status/1003585853753569280

which links to:

https://pastebin.com/raw/JzCYLnW3

Since it is so damn easy, I figured why not, fired up a dusty old copy of Scrapebox, updated it, and gave it a go. The "NoFollow links do not count" was the toughest part, but 1,000 dofollow links these days... easy peasy

Emailed my list and Waves address according to the instructions. Expected nothing, but was quite surprised to see this within a few minutes

http://wavesexplorer.com/tx/EVscVVe7Nw79wjyLXJZX8hgPVS4dpe3nJAuUJitHiWG2

Now I need to figure out whether this token has any actual value now or in the future. Even though it come with very little information, it seems to have had a good day on the DEX. Yeah, I could get $2 or so by dumping, but I'll keep mine and see how things go.

It was a while since I saw such low-hanging fruit in a bounty campaign. Give it a go if you want. It worked for me. Thought you might be interested. Cheerio!
4  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Private key (privkey) hunters - unite! on: May 31, 2018, 07:40:03 PM
Did any of you try to access wallets by guessing the seed? I think it might be easier to create a program that randomly checks various seed combinations than trying to find a private key with a positive balance. As time goes by there will be so many seed combinations that a modified password guesser linked to a dictionary might do the job. And this time if you'll able to find something it might not be a single address but a bunch of them. You might even get lucky and get into a wallet owned by a treasure hunter like yourself Wink

Electrum has a dictionary size of 1626 words and uses 12 of them randomly, producing 1626^12 possible combinations, which is close to 10^38 combinations. Good luck finding a collision. It will take quite a while. Example:

If somehow could test 1 billion combinations per second (arbitrary number I just came up with), we need 10^(38-9) = 10^29 seconds to try them all. That is approximately 3.17*10^27 years.

The universe has existed for about 13.8*10^9 years.

You see where this is going... right?
5  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Private key (privkey) hunters - unite! on: May 31, 2018, 07:03:03 PM
Nice thread, I'm a treasure hunter myself Smiley And yes, like everyone here i know is 100x time more possible i end up fucking scarlett johansson than actually finding anything by bruteforcing.

I have however, found some keys with balance using unconventional methods. Thats the key (no pun) to find private keys. Methods come and go (Bruteforced brainwallets for example). Lots of other methods are dead and so will be a lot more in the future, just a matter of innovating!

Right now i thought, for fun, to develop a script to do old school bruteforcing, shooting in the dark without any specific order, just to see what pops up.

I began by running directory.io clone on a vps, modifying it a bit to display keys so a python script can pick them up and compare it with around 2m known addresses with funds. This beta version is doing around 6000 kps (keys per second) so its quite trashy at the moment, as it does around 500m keys per day

Currently modifying it to:
use 100% cpu, its using barely 30% atm. Multiprocessing, etc.
Convert the golang script to python so it can generate/check on the fly instead of retrieving an html page with the keys
Once this is done, modify the script to become a sort of botnet/pool that can check and upload to a server once it opens in a computer.

The funniest thing is that even that way, i wont find anything Grin!!!


I then guess you are aware of the Large Bitcoin collider. At the time of writing, running at 673.11 Mkeys/s. They've found a few collisions. The odds are not in your favor, diplomatically.

Pure bruteforcing is a dead end.

Think of ways that significantly reduce entropy is my tip. There are a number of ways. People have posted a few, and I have come up with one or two methods myself. Overall however, mining is still much more profitable than going after dust* bruteforce-stylee.

* Yeah, MOST addresses with a positive balance on the blockchain contain dust, hardly worth the effort.
6  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Private key (privkey) hunters - unite! on: May 31, 2018, 06:52:51 PM
Forgot to mention one of my earliest methods. Worked until 2013 or so. Google:

Code:
site:dropbox.com "wallet.dat"

Found more than 10 wallets with a positive balance without any password protection. Not entirely sure how or why you come up with the idea to put your wallet.dat in your public Dropbox folder. Those were the days...
7  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Private key (privkey) hunters - unite! on: May 30, 2018, 03:29:23 PM
Yes - BE CAREFUL - never use privkeys found online!

Such as these 100 privkeys I just generated with vanitygen

Code:
5JeytVw1hq6hE5zced4wBY2TVbNpEwHcZGrkeGqJrdCTaEJXZsg
5Jm4tdnKky6gK5osSydiZWBuvWGbtuHBsZfhpmgopTXKRLrfEEw
5KNhJtFqav8XjWRK9VEBThctsJq4V21Ezep1SZfQoiGUCYyjRzd
5JjDSABTLchtT6NFRvwSBxsT4w2KEhhKixFP4JsHAVL5tVbsdwo
5JPwK3V2EqxqLDb2RMhMNeAPksS6xAVbA1wNpcSravHrPVe9dm3
5JWeKSM9iTNWgRjDasp6PJdktbfEAcrLtrQvA6WXS7hGWwExkM1
5KZJRf9fc8LBMhH1oqYXTExSXb9UorrunXAHe99xKz3hYRfVQ1q
5Jf4oAvgHcgvkKRQF9cQ7eBL9eMACyyzEXnpWWfufDkEHYSpJgB
5JzJutUnYq1yaoQC8npnj2k5qLQvzvhZ9CE2HtyZdGaZGojDJgJ
5KDnWdGGMJeaSWgLH18Un9dXat475pzTrtQTWmAnYGMiLFzxoZ8
5JsLSmdLBEQuFgsVzC9UyFh1MWUSpVcAc2GQbXaUFhLi9dMekg5
5JBAWEPbkQn9YRwXA8FyhE4nkwMGRBEyi2aPEyDnV14TNMSXn5z
5Hvor55FMYvx7ZBkEZ7R1Uv3YGKA4BU2VpbX3wY6zrFKRVVpQKv
5Ht4NaBjoMgdfxWX82urvwv4pzeuuJSHCycBRK6SdPXq13kioUe
5KEYmhsHxZtbR1uaD2KwCJ13NRrCA5CUVmUva8jGFpHPSmuenVT
5KNkteUtW15h5YjdkNh2dHQCKCVUpm6vyBaMaf9EHpvQ8GtyhoG
5JQCMK5QD8Y5JNcmvV4DLiMQJUvmXxGPuYYu4iEvgtU2xezNr6o
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5HpHzxdMheMg6nJaEnvmo4VoS1oUWJfywXBiK2WvjQD2U76Dboi
5Js8QrSrGhtSyDf341xwxsqSvp9DcvY8csx3YtnMLkN2VnjicwC
5HveWQB9UX4HV4vxZSQxKqekz3kEZpuGKjbGrju8ZyLJr7p5t55
5HzpQkwJRfeCpcCdorw2woJGhkyE574LhV9YQpn9WLgrfbQWRTm
5JzoA3iSnq8ny81UxnxpURqsYkPVuBDujAtswTF2QawxmRQ4tDt
5JJF2KF7tqqEDNwcJvZqZVY5comFFhkTnh3o7bDYTHiUY53ZLcr
5J2CKaQLDmtJigrFxPaEvHMGVPb1sGHpy3VA3jQyKYzF6dsFarr
5J2NthCxVeA8DS2urvchLkjuZ2isM48LbzDmDKcm2WHFJTTj2Me
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5KPi7rRioN3kCMJe9C8m13ZucuaSaCvEjXPEzFmsEwwPLtfdeU9
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5K72pjfqkU5DJfniG8PKWYLgHTBcNFjHUCvNgUitbRABvoNpcFy

Even though none of them have been used - ever, chances are very high you will be robbed instantly, just because I posted them here.
8  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Private key (privkey) hunters - unite! on: May 30, 2018, 09:52:27 AM
My fellow crypto hackers. I've been into finding BTC private keys for a little more than a year. I have slightly less than 18k private keys in my own database.
That's interesting. What are the sources of your private keys ? How do you come across them ? What do you do if you find a key with addresses with some notable amount of bitcoins ?

The vast majority of the privkeys I've discovered are NOT from brainwallets (i.e. weak SHA256 hashes). Image search for QR-codes was nice for a while though, but those days are over. I have a couple of other techniques that I'm fairly sure anyone else hasn't thought of.
I know you wouldn't share but makes me a little insecure if you have established 'ways' to discover private keys online.

Anyways.... I was thinking maybe someone here has the same hobby as I do? Care to hook up and share some thoughts and strategies?
Me too.I'm a rookie though.Started collecting private keys just 2 minutes back.

It's difficult to talk in general terms about my sources of private keys. I'm not sniffing networks or breaking into other peoples' machines. Nothing illegal. It's more math than  networks, if that makes any sense. And I did mention one of my early methods in the first post - searching for images of QR-codes. In 2014, people would post pictures of their paper wallets on Instagram. Don't do that.

I have so far never had access to a private key with a life-changing balance on it. The vast majority have a zero balance (but all have been active on the blockchain and MAY therefore be used again), and say 1-2% have some dust in them. I've never moved funds from any of them. But honestly, if I stumble over a privkey gives me access to say 50 BTC or more, I don't know what I'm gonna do. They say whoever has the privkey owns the coins.... quite a moral dilemma.

I once found a privkey that had held close to 530 BTC only a month earlier. In one way I'm glad the funds had been transferred before I came in. In one way not.

Hoping to connect with others like me. I'm sure you're out there. I'm not entirely sure what we're gonna do Smiley
9  Bitcoin / Project Development / Private key (privkey) hunters - unite! on: May 29, 2018, 01:16:42 PM
My fellow crypto hackers. I've been into finding BTC private keys for a little more than a year. I have slightly less than 18k private keys in my own database.

As some sort of proof, here are 50 privkeys - try importing them in for example Electrum

Code:
L3wtCheT3Tvchz6WxsQgVmYopxDKBMxXKC1UpLnVJzEFi34maKLx
KzGk41jwqyoqJN3Rsbv2jDUKQBWYfMLnAke3F89U5oWwf3cauWP3
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KyEq2YmegzAtz4ADyVowX3fqpvXUinPuTjSknsp218U2zY1Qmi5G
KyfaCbfHkzToiBpawkT1ik3TjQjFfaztgyDyzRHmgGEyz7dTArU4
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KyKQRUE38VFV6iVuX4yJ7GCGrRiquhTSoV3BLmLvCqF6RPXan67Q
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KyAFnDsPNN7DypKeS1wsT6Qzx9A3qGd53uWNeCuvCDjumYEPkoPj
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L4XnHhvLC1b4ag9L2PM9kRicQxUoYT1Q36PQ21YtLNkrAdWZNos6
KzK4uyoSm7Bdf3p91P4zVhS4cM4Pq87oCegWf4DcPrqiUDsLfDDt
KyhAKoDY9bfS8ckz2GapefFZfCKMgYTTb1FV2uH3LW2UjvY4xQTM
L3iDb3whFacS3pXFtcJfFLrxpBdJPHL5hUezgMAyYhPzEQhixgKN
5KkgNphSWbFy1r4Eobq1Pbb8kcG1geUpasi597T317HGhP8pYBe
Ky593tmxMTKEs9RjWvZ7bPMNa86wpsxm6di3X48kj4qpPaAj1ygs
5Kkk3dG43gJGHm4SaFC4qRGF7MYG4ShZZ8ESDSiKti1nu71v6Z5
5KkmVdDfTg2QnsMPcyqzbLLX7bZJx4nJATRyLJ9WXy6zDvYwaTR
5KkhGSzfoEaaYdKKeJuq3A7tmPzQdGYxZT2rm71XCAezxn8j6cT
5KkhgqewuqUTXSXZK4oTDi6rg4MHLssE5bh14oZH9NDRrwVdRvJ
KyUYJCbdvkdqWv7csuNHKWsGDcCi5YVXFaP2kfXtDpDNhykCuF6h
5KkmnJwzHL3kTWd8SAkssLmB2yRgUyYoA8X6jn73yfRxHVJYsru
5Kki22dZ3p9mLHvamV9mozC6ypUpq9ZSBa977eaYnec4EdkTLae
5KkhmdqyvaQwuhQ1cfQJCm1xfW4NXV6iDVRuRmVhXMPzGoMEm2s
5KkgASK9mPUrLAogFXZ9cMkxdkP1LNPEoFDVY2FfT64wBQs3fox
Kxk1JRsf6x1aUzN4Gff8ByFX3Jn7XP4NknGZoV6ovaEEVVJF5txf
L4QXUpcMgLC3NxrHgA9EpwAd5pRAkJfh2TvhYATXTW9fgnJuCWRn
Kxntb6r9WjUSJvajfKPWDrJvMVake5J4hBwEd5c4iGepHTbwqi8r
Kxx7AQStazNq2bhBb9nMpfZCKcdvrmKaEtUFskzcmAtVU94Y1jj4
KzedceVxZmamK3KwjpHisZkL7FWUmZnBMZQJTzAWzwbE7zwquaMd
L4rK1yDtCWekvXuE6oXD9jCYfFNV2cWRpVuPLBcCU2z8TrisoyY1
5Kkg7F7nvwy8uKtQsaKZWr9FGPMnM4Vs9nf7LuBXRdxUGZyMAtm
5KkizbG8giTgVgMgS9t1XMHNnxoUEEa2WkB8e1EoArYsqUoGDku
5KkjX2EQbKW1kJk9tRvgvbKcWxjhSicy2DUirQZSzTJ4M9Vd3UD
5KkhNgCMwzjEF7sCWXfKx7v7DHtthU3Jk6jmHHx5AaFnErA3Dzp
5KkmMUpsjKB3gKWzvDA1gsbDFsLFE5Z9H3JRsNSdVSsNFeyJU8D

...and you will get something like (sorry, seems like I don't have the required rank to embed images):

https://imgur.com/a/NwN6ZWA

The vast majority of the privkeys I've discovered are NOT from brainwallets (i.e. weak SHA256 hashes). Image search for QR-codes was nice for a while though, but those days are over. I have a couple of other techniques that I'm fairly sure anyone else hasn't thought of.

Every privkey in my database corresponds to a BTC address with at least two transactions on the blockchain. I throw away all "empty" privkeys.

I have a large Bitcoin Core wallet containing all my discovered privkeys. Five smaller transactions happened within the past week.

Anyways.... I was thinking maybe someone here has the same hobby as I do? Care to hook up and share some thoughts and strategies?
10  Economy / Services / Re: Satirical Writer for Coin Needed on: May 21, 2018, 11:54:31 AM
Have a PhD in corporate bullshit. PM me.
11  Bitcoin / Electrum / Re: Can't send BTC due to this message... on: May 20, 2018, 02:55:05 PM
Be more specific, please. Two cropped images and partial details, and we cannot check or do anything. Begin with pasting the entire transaction here.
12  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Thoughts on this private key stealing mystery on: February 02, 2018, 10:51:23 AM
sha256(666) leads to 1Az4F5yC19WZt5XMuc6x11xJM81VcJyHQA which in 2014 received 666 satoshi. Hell, that's funny.
13  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Thoughts on this private key stealing mystery on: January 30, 2018, 04:32:03 PM
Mind=blown

Wrote a couple of scripts and tested myself. Shit is real. Take a look at this guy, for example. Last transaction only a couple of days ago:

https://blockchain.info/address/1HZwkjkeaoZfTSaJxDw6aKkxp45agDiEzN

"Jeff was here" is all over the blockchain. Guess he (she/it) has a compiled majestic wallet with a script that immediately transfers any incoming transaction to his own safe addresses.

Congrats Jeff.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] CREPCOIN: Start mining now with low H/S devices! on: January 02, 2018, 04:09:08 PM
Please release a standalone wallet ASAP.

As long as the dev webpage, mining pool, blockchain and not the least - online wallet - are hosted on the same domain, this maybe-to-be coin is anything but decentralized.

Also, you gotta release source codes for the miners and details on how to configure alternative mining pools.

Until any of this happens, the devs control everything. This is so for a SINGLE NODE experiment, violating the core concept of cryptocurrencies.

Does everybody trust the dev team with all your coins?
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] CREPCOIN: Start mining now with low H/S devices! on: December 31, 2017, 04:17:02 PM
I'll pay 1 USD/1000 CREP

Direct message me how much you have and want to sell. Not interested in less than 1000 CREP. No upper limit.

Can pay with PayPal, or crypto of your choice.

This offer is only valid as long as web-mining is the only option.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] CREPCOIN: Start mining now with low H/S devices! on: December 30, 2017, 08:48:46 PM
And this is why you're giving away a nice GPU on Twitter. A fine card that was used during "testing". Lulz.

Another curious detail: Web wallet at same site/owner as dev/pool. How convenient the day you decide you need some of your coins back; change all wallet passwords to your own, and - bingo. Without 2FA too. Bravo.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] CREPCOIN: Start mining now with low H/S devices! on: December 30, 2017, 07:20:34 PM
Alright, at the time of writing

Hashrate: 16.22 Kh/s
Miners: 168

That's an average hashrate of 96.54 H/s

On a new high-end computer, you can achieve that. But the vast majority sit on much slower machines. The expected average hashrate is A LOT lower.

The only reasonable explanation is that devs are mining themselves via their closed pool pool.crepcoin.org:3333 which is officially only accessible via the webmining proxy. I'm absolutely sure the devs are throwing cpuminer/GPU at it like crazy.

How else could 144k CREP already have been mined? See here: https://blocks.crepcoin.org/

Nice try, devs... You sure put a lot of effort into all of it. For nothing.

More unfair release ever.

You don't need good luck to try to explain this and turn the project around and achieve some sort of credibility. You need a miracle. Pray for CREP.
18  Other / Off-topic / 1 BTC bounty for pwning a site on: November 01, 2017, 07:32:36 PM
Not sure if this is the right forum part (admin, please move or delete as you see fit)

A friend of mine asked me to spread this:

https://deface.io

Looks like you "only" need to hack one Wordpress site to collect the bounty. I have no skills at all in hacking, so no idea what it takes to pull something like this off.

What do you say?

19  Economy / Gambling / Re: Satoshi Dice - Play Instant Bitcoin Dice & Invest in the Bankroll on: December 15, 2015, 09:48:49 AM
Was able to withdraw now. Wouldn't call scam. The front page could use some clear information that they are having sync issues, if that is their problem. Best for everyone involved.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Pebblecoin (XPB) - Botnet Resistant - Cryptonote, Wallet GUI! on: February 14, 2015, 04:39:06 PM
Poor Amazon EC2...
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