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December 27, 2015, 08:10:50 PM
Last edit: December 28, 2015, 06:35:13 PM by Bulista
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So just for the fun I created this bot that brute forces Bitcoin addresses.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ua04HEx_zdk

Of course its nearly impossible to crack any normal generated addresses but as I said, just doing it for the fun Smiley)

Here is what i did:

1. Grabbed all unique public keys in the blockchain and placed them in a local Database

2. Coded an app to generate private keys from Bigints (Both compressed an uncompressed) with multiple RNG types

3. For each PVK generated the app checks the Database for a possible public address match

4. A txt file is created with the PVK and Public address in case of a match

5. I will run the app for the next 464656656565656566565646367618239128323718298319239129309 years to see if I get any good addresses Smiley))

I got dozens of used addresses but they were all empty already.

Also did with dictionary attack and got dozens of used addresses, all empty also.
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December 27, 2015, 08:29:24 PM
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So just for the fun I created this bot that brute forces Bitcoin addresses.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ua04HEx_zdk

Of course its nearly impossible to crack any normal generated addresses but as I said, just doing it for the fun Smiley)

Here is what i did:

1. Grabbed all unique public keys in the blockchain and placed them in a local Database

2. Coded an app to generate private keys from Bigints (Both compressed an uncompressed) with multiple RNG types

3. For each PVK generated the app checks the Database for a possible public address match

4. A txt file is created with the PVK and Public address in case of a match

5. I will run the app for the next 464656656565656566565646367618239128323718298319239129309 years to see if I get any good addresses Smiley))

I got dozens of used addresses but they were all empty already.

Also did with dictionary attack and got dozens of used addresses, all empty also.

If someone interested I can sell a copy of the app + the database (around 10 GB) for 1 BTC.

I have the same dababase of about 30 GB or 600.000.000 records.

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December 27, 2015, 08:40:44 PM
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Funny and a little creepy  Grin

You could try to use brute-force for brain wallets. You will find a bunch of used empty addresses, too.
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December 28, 2015, 12:58:46 AM
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You can spend your time and money but you will end up with no gains from it.  Grin
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December 28, 2015, 01:05:47 AM
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So you're trying to steal other peoples bitcoins?

FYI its not fun its attempted theft.

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December 28, 2015, 01:12:22 AM
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5. I will run the app for the next 464656656565656566565646367618239128323718298319239129309 years to see if I get any good addresses Smiley))

lol. what are you, immortal?

you're wasting your time, mate. better to spend a year's salary on a few miners or something.

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December 28, 2015, 01:24:59 AM
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It may be a nice piece of software, but are you sure this will have success?
1BTC price is a bit heavy for that many years of computing for a potential of a few bitcoins... I wouldn't even hold one in one address.
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December 28, 2015, 01:39:40 AM
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lolol ... What?? Are you actually trying to sell a software bot that cracks empty bitcoin addresses??? Nah tx!

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December 28, 2015, 02:21:41 AM
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every time i click that link i get a google privacy policy agreement popup

if i go to you tube from a bookmark, it doesn't happen... dodgy link ?
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It's going to take forever lol... No point.
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December 28, 2015, 02:52:11 AM
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Good luck with your journey through infinity. It's basically a waste of time and resources to attempt a brute force attack in this case.

It won't happen, but let's pretend you gained access to an address of some one that has 10BTC in it, what will you then do? Steal the coins?
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December 28, 2015, 02:56:52 AM
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The chances of finding an address that has most in it is infinitely small,  I'm surprised you even found any that has had coin in it at some point.

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December 28, 2015, 04:59:18 AM
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I got dozens of used addresses but they were all empty already.

Bullshit. Proof, or GTFO.

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Also did with dictionary attack and got dozens of used addresses, all empty also.

This I can believe. Just points out the folly of using anything but randomly generated addresses.

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If someone interested I can sell a copy of the app + the database (around 10 GB) for 1 BTC.

Ahh. A motive for your outlandish claims.

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December 28, 2015, 05:26:46 AM
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i saw something same  like this crap  on google play. dont remerber the name,  you can only crack empty addresses with that. not worth to buy
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December 28, 2015, 07:43:15 AM
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I got dozens of used addresses but they were all empty already.

Bullshit. Proof, or GTFO.


Bullshit? Here, take some of them:

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1LagHJk2FyCV2VzrNHVqg3gYG4TSYwDV4m
biginteger number: 2

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1MnyqgrXCmcWJHBYEsAWf7oMyqJAS81eC
biginteger number: 4

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1EhqbyUMvvs7BfL8goY6qcPbD6YKfPqb7e
biginteger number: 8

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18XrReT5ChW8qgXecNgKTU5T6MrMMLnV8H
biginteger number: 16

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1EoXPE6MzT4EnHvk2Ldj64M2ks2EAcZyH4
biginteger number: 128

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17imJe7o4mpq2MMfZ328evDJQfbt6ShvxA
biginteger number: 1024

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1AH93tcUoyFtioff7U5aucuQLkFL2rnDpn
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1JuzhXdvfwoFzKRAEPcuVLBkhCWseEcQWQ
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18uWtZAB1NBGRqcTZiFX8hKeYYve1uAZMP
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biginteger number: 3

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biginteger number: 4

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biginteger number: 23

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biginteger number: 81

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biginteger number: 1915

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biginteger number: 2304

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biginteger number: 2683

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biginteger number: 5216

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biginteger number: 6547

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December 28, 2015, 07:50:23 AM
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Good luck with your journey through infinity. It's basically a waste of time and resources to attempt a brute force attack in this case.

It won't happen, but let's pretend you gained access to an address of some one that has 10BTC in it, what will you then do? Steal the coins?

Probably 10 BTC I wouldn't transfer, too low for the risk.

But imagine you get any address with thousands of them? Would you judge anyone who dares to transfer them?

As satoshi said, the ownership of bitcoin belongs to the one who has the private key, not to who thinks it "holds" them.

Nobody owns bitcoins, the only thing you own is a private key.
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If for one reason this is worth the effort to show how Bruteforcing a Bitcoin Address would be impossible... some people will not believe this without practical proof. There are still people

out there who believe that Bitcoin can be hacked. When I started out with Bitcoin, it was one of my first concerns... until I understood the math behind it. Let's assume that there are

many people like myself out there, who needs to be educated. Just post this link in your comment section --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZloHVKk7DHk ... Just to show how

impossible it is.

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December 28, 2015, 08:54:03 AM
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Oh boy the keys you found:

Code:
5HpHagTPJmwV3kz55wDUAqAMPn87RwPLDTPXSF9EHqBW6813PKj
18uWtZAB1NBGRqcTZiFX8hKeYYve1uAZMP
biginteger number: 26959946667150639794667015087019630673637144422540572481103610249216

Private Key Hexadecimal Format (64 characters [0-9A-F]):
0000000100000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

Code:
5HpHagT65TZzG1PH3CSu63k8DbpvD8s5iqQ5LiPbANTmPT6qeM5
1JuzhXdvfwoFzKRAEPcuVLBkhCWseEcQWQ
biginteger number: 295147905179352825856

Private Key Hexadecimal Format (64 characters [0-9A-F]):
0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000100000000000000000

Im pretty sure they have been generated randomly.

Also isnt this the video that evil knievel used?
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