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April 24, 2017, 12:24:30 AM
Last edit: April 24, 2017, 05:42:55 AM by Butense
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Here is the information for the address

   {
            "addr": "12KGAcU47BhCSQJCN9r2dHAvhDALMVsJkk",
            "balance": "15508294",
            "compressed": true,
            "encrypted_privkey": "f912462631805fb602ad6ce5763d6394f25d6374e71a55be1dfe3948bc1f483a256685238ce6459 7ff0afe69b03a8183",
            "label": "Slush",
            "pubkey": "037023ec20116784122552ca485e7459a63228cb067e96c556e30a3b1f8c316a45",
            "reserve": 0
        },

EDIT: Was told that this information is necessary, so here you go

    "mkey": {
        "encrypted_key": "3ce2900d6c2df58a1cfa9ea1755a1599e0b60001fcd29d730c298de7538e3a0709e4fdb738d8ac6 1b5b03c582d724214",
        "nDerivationIterations": 80062,
        "nDerivationMethod": 0,
        "nID": 1,
        "otherParams": "",
        "salt": "d07e66c2606ae4fc"
    },


There is also another address within the wallet that has 3 btc that i am hoping to recover.  I will give the person who produces the successful password 0.5 in addition to the address above, but I guess youll have to trust me on following through.  

Crack this wallet and feel free to take the money, but please message me the password! Or post it here

I forgot the password i used back in 2013 and im dying to figure it out so i can take funds from the other addresses in the wallet.  I really don't remember anything about the password but it wasnt very long

Also, does anyone have any time approximations for bruteforcing according to password length? Such as

5 char = xx min
6 char = xx min
7 char = xx min
and so on.  doesnt have to be exact in any sense im just trying to wrap my mind around how long it would take (assuming gpu acceleration)


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April 24, 2017, 01:05:14 AM
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Do you have any idea what your password might have been? It is extremely unlikely we could get the password unless you have some sort of an idea what it may have been.
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April 24, 2017, 01:08:04 AM
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Do you have any idea what your password might have been? It is extremely unlikely we could get the password unless you have some sort of an idea what it may have been.

Yeah exactly, you should give hints to a guy that you trust about your date of birth, name, pet name, anything that can be associated with your password. Otherwise it is very very hard for a hacker to just brute force his way in.

Here is the information for the address

   {
            "addr": "12KGAcU47BhCSQJCN9r2dHAvhDALMVsJkk",
            "balance": "15508294",
            "compressed": true,
            "encrypted_privkey": "f912462631805fb602ad6ce5763d6394f25d6374e71a55be1dfe3948bc1f483a256685238ce6459 7ff0afe69b03a8183",
            "label": "Slush",
            "pubkey": "037023ec20116784122552ca485e7459a63228cb067e96c556e30a3b1f8c316a45",
            "reserve": 0
        },


Crack this wallet and feel free to take the money, but please message me the password! Or post it here

I forgot the password i used back in 2013 and im dying to figure it out so i can take funds from the other addresses in the wallet.  I really don't remember anything about the password but it wasnt very long

Also, does anyone have any time approximations for bruteforcing according to password length? Such as

5 char = xx min
6 char = xx min
7 char = xx min
and so on.  doesnt have to be exact in any sense im just trying to wrap my mind around how long it would take (assuming gpu acceleration)


Mods, if this is in the wrong subforum feel free to move it!

It is the right subforum. No need to worry
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April 24, 2017, 01:26:00 AM
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There are services that specialize in this - I'd do a quick Google search to see what you can find (or a search on this forum). I remember seeing a few back in Service Announcements, if you want to start there.

Good luck!
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April 24, 2017, 01:27:10 AM
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In what site did you generate the address?
Do you still have the wallet ID?
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April 24, 2017, 03:18:12 AM
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I literally don't remember anything about the password.  I can give you a couple of old passwords i was using around that time period and perhaps they were some modification of that. 

The wallet is a bitcoinqt wallet and the posted json is from pywallet dumpwallet function. 

I did just email dave from wallet recovery but i figured i'd give other people a try too.  I would post the full wallet but i would like to recover the 3 btc thats in another address.  Happy to give whoever cracks it an additional 0.5 bitcoin from the 3 bitcoin address.  Will add that to op now

Here's some potential passwords

Fromage243
FromageMadre96
FromageMadre966
FromageMadre966?
MadreFromage966
Po215ghyqaz
Poghy666qaz
Poghy667qaz
Poghy66qaz
TiltedQuittles87!
fromage244
fromagemadre
fromagemadre96
fromagemadre966
fromagemadre99
fromagemasdre96
jurgis343
jurgis43
pOghy2qaz
patikno
quiltedtittles87
qwertycunt890!
wqup4qmh

I did try all of them obviously and none of them worked.

Question: would it be feasible to crack an 8 char password given a-z A-Z 0-9?  I'm just curious, i don't remember the actual length. 
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April 24, 2017, 03:41:24 AM
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The problem here is that when someone does crack this, for sure they'll just cash out your btc if it is larger than your reward.

FOR RENT. PM ME.
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April 24, 2017, 03:46:29 AM
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The problem here is that when someone does crack this, for sure they'll just cash out your btc if it is larger than your reward.

Pretty sure that's only one of his addresses. He has not revealed any other encrypted private keys except that address's which has only 0.15 BTC in it. So whoever cracks that won't be able to get access to the rest of his wallet.

@OP for the 0.5 BTC reward you should escrow it to increase the legitimacy of your offer, especially as you are a newbie.
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April 24, 2017, 04:10:22 AM
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The problem here is that when someone does crack this, for sure they'll just cash out your btc if it is larger than your reward.
That's why i only provided one address as opposed to the whole wallet.  Just to make it clear, there are two addresses within this wallet that have funds.  The one above has .15.  The other one has 3. 
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April 24, 2017, 04:11:41 AM
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The problem here is that when someone does crack this, for sure they'll just cash out your btc if it is larger than your reward.

Pretty sure that's only one of his addresses. He has not revealed any other encrypted private keys except that address's which has only 0.15 BTC in it. So whoever cracks that won't be able to get access to the rest of his wallet.

@OP for the 0.5 BTC reward you should escrow it to increase the legitimacy of your offer, especially as you are a newbie.

How am I supposed to escrow it?  I don't have the keys for it! I suppose you could have a middle man receive both the private key from me and the password from the other person and send us our respective amounts - fee.  Im happy to do that
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April 24, 2017, 04:12:38 AM
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Here is the information for the address

   {
            "addr": "12KGAcU47BhCSQJCN9r2dHAvhDALMVsJkk",
            "balance": "15508294",
            "compressed": true,
            "encrypted_privkey": "f912462631805fb602ad6ce5763d6394f25d6374e71a55be1dfe3948bc1f483a256685238ce6459 7ff0afe69b03a8183",
            "label": "Slush",
            "pubkey": "037023ec20116784122552ca485e7459a63228cb067e96c556e30a3b1f8c316a45",
            "reserve": 0
        },

There is also another address within the wallet that has 3 btc that i am hoping to recover.  I will give the person who produces the successful password 0.5 in addition to the address above, but I guess youll have to trust me on following through.  

Crack this wallet and feel free to take the money, but please message me the password! Or post it here

I forgot the password i used back in 2013 and im dying to figure it out so i can take funds from the other addresses in the wallet.  I really don't remember anything about the password but it wasnt very long

Also, does anyone have any time approximations for bruteforcing according to password length? Such as

5 char = xx min
6 char = xx min
7 char = xx min
and so on.  doesnt have to be exact in any sense im just trying to wrap my mind around how long it would take (assuming gpu acceleration)


Mods, if this is in the wrong subforum feel free to move it!

The data you need to try to brute-force the password is the following part of the wallet:

"mkey": {
        "encrypted_key": "xxxxx.....xxxxxxxxx",
        "nDerivationIterations": 60692,
        "nDerivationMethod": 0,
        "nID": 1,
        "otherParams": "",
        "salt": "xxxxxx.xxxxxxxxx"
    },

Without it, it's practically impossible.

I can help you to restore/recover your wallet or password.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1234619.0
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April 24, 2017, 04:47:43 AM
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Here is the information for the address

   {
            "addr": "12KGAcU47BhCSQJCN9r2dHAvhDALMVsJkk",
            "balance": "15508294",
            "compressed": true,
            "encrypted_privkey": "f912462631805fb602ad6ce5763d6394f25d6374e71a55be1dfe3948bc1f483a256685238ce6459 7ff0afe69b03a8183",
            "label": "Slush",
            "pubkey": "037023ec20116784122552ca485e7459a63228cb067e96c556e30a3b1f8c316a45",
            "reserve": 0
        },

There is also another address within the wallet that has 3 btc that i am hoping to recover.  I will give the person who produces the successful password 0.5 in addition to the address above, but I guess youll have to trust me on following through. 

Crack this wallet and feel free to take the money, but please message me the password! Or post it here

I forgot the password i used back in 2013 and im dying to figure it out so i can take funds from the other addresses in the wallet.  I really don't remember anything about the password but it wasnt very long

Also, does anyone have any time approximations for bruteforcing according to password length? Such as

5 char = xx min
6 char = xx min
7 char = xx min
and so on.  doesnt have to be exact in any sense im just trying to wrap my mind around how long it would take (assuming gpu acceleration)


Mods, if this is in the wrong subforum feel free to move it!

maybe i can help but i cant say at here check your PM
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April 24, 2017, 05:42:28 AM
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Here is the information for the address

   {
            "addr": "12KGAcU47BhCSQJCN9r2dHAvhDALMVsJkk",
            "balance": "15508294",
            "compressed": true,
            "encrypted_privkey": "f912462631805fb602ad6ce5763d6394f25d6374e71a55be1dfe3948bc1f483a256685238ce6459 7ff0afe69b03a8183",
            "label": "Slush",
            "pubkey": "037023ec20116784122552ca485e7459a63228cb067e96c556e30a3b1f8c316a45",
            "reserve": 0
        },

There is also another address within the wallet that has 3 btc that i am hoping to recover.  I will give the person who produces the successful password 0.5 in addition to the address above, but I guess youll have to trust me on following through.  

Crack this wallet and feel free to take the money, but please message me the password! Or post it here

I forgot the password i used back in 2013 and im dying to figure it out so i can take funds from the other addresses in the wallet.  I really don't remember anything about the password but it wasnt very long

Also, does anyone have any time approximations for bruteforcing according to password length? Such as

5 char = xx min
6 char = xx min
7 char = xx min
and so on.  doesnt have to be exact in any sense im just trying to wrap my mind around how long it would take (assuming gpu acceleration)


Mods, if this is in the wrong subforum feel free to move it!

The data you need to try to brute-force the password is the following part of the wallet:

"mkey": {
        "encrypted_key": "xxxxx.....xxxxxxxxx",
        "nDerivationIterations": 60692,
        "nDerivationMethod": 0,
        "nID": 1,
        "otherParams": "",
        "salt": "xxxxxx.xxxxxxxxx"
    },

Without it, it's practically impossible.
I did not know that. I figured the privatekey was simply encrypted with the password.  Here is that data, thanks, will edit into the op

    "mkey": {
        "encrypted_key": "3ce2900d6c2df58a1cfa9ea1755a1599e0b60001fcd29d730c298de7538e3a0709e4fdb738d8ac6 1b5b03c582d724214",
        "nDerivationIterations": 80062,
        "nDerivationMethod": 0,
        "nID": 1,
        "otherParams": "",
        "salt": "d07e66c2606ae4fc"
    },
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April 24, 2017, 05:55:58 AM
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Here is the information for the address

   {
            "addr": "12KGAcU47BhCSQJCN9r2dHAvhDALMVsJkk",
            "balance": "15508294",
            "compressed": true,
            "encrypted_privkey": "f912462631805fb602ad6ce5763d6394f25d6374e71a55be1dfe3948bc1f483a256685238ce6459 7ff0afe69b03a8183",
            "label": "Slush",
            "pubkey": "037023ec20116784122552ca485e7459a63228cb067e96c556e30a3b1f8c316a45",
            "reserve": 0
        },

There is also another address within the wallet that has 3 btc that i am hoping to recover.  I will give the person who produces the successful password 0.5 in addition to the address above, but I guess youll have to trust me on following through. 

Crack this wallet and feel free to take the money, but please message me the password! Or post it here

I forgot the password i used back in 2013 and im dying to figure it out so i can take funds from the other addresses in the wallet.  I really don't remember anything about the password but it wasnt very long

Also, does anyone have any time approximations for bruteforcing according to password length? Such as

5 char = xx min
6 char = xx min
7 char = xx min
and so on.  doesnt have to be exact in any sense im just trying to wrap my mind around how long it would take (assuming gpu acceleration)


Mods, if this is in the wrong subforum feel free to move it!

The data you need to try to brute-force the password is the following part of the wallet:

"mkey": {
        "encrypted_key": "xxxxx.....xxxxxxxxx",
        "nDerivationIterations": 60692,
        "nDerivationMethod": 0,
        "nID": 1,
        "otherParams": "",
        "salt": "xxxxxx.xxxxxxxxx"
    },

Without it, it's practically impossible.
I did not know that. I figured the privatekey was simply encrypted with the password.  Here is that data, thanks, will edit into the op

    "mkey": {
        "encrypted_key": "3ce2900d6c2df58a1cfa9ea1755a1599e0b60001fcd29d730c298de7538e3a0709e4fdb738d8ac6 1b5b03c582d724214",
        "nDerivationIterations": 80062,
        "nDerivationMethod": 0,
        "nID": 1,
        "otherParams": "",
        "salt": "d07e66c2606ae4fc"
    },

Thank you, I'll start working on it. I'll let you know if I can find the password. Cheers.

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April 24, 2017, 08:47:46 AM
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Here you can check how long your pw will withstand a attack via brutef

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April 24, 2017, 10:37:59 AM
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have some software somewhere that will do a dictionary attack prop your best idea if it's a word
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April 24, 2017, 04:08:08 PM
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None of the passphrases you suggested worked, at least for me.
Please try making a bigger list.
I wrote a script to aid bruteforcing the password, do you want it?

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April 24, 2017, 05:40:52 PM
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None of the passphrases you suggested worked, at least for me.
Please try making a bigger list.
I wrote a script to aid bruteforcing the password, do you want it?

I clearly stated that they were starting points.  I wouldn't be offering $600+ if it was a passphrase i could do on my own.
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None of the passphrases you suggested worked, at least for me.
Please try making a bigger list.
I wrote a script to aid bruteforcing the password, do you want it?

I clearly stated that they were starting points.  I wouldn't be offering $600+ if it was a passphrase i could do on my own.

Did you tie an email to the account? Do you remember what the email was if so? Do you have the password to that account? Perhaps you should also see other accounts you made during that time when you made the bitcoin address. Maybe some of the passwords will overlap/will trigger something that makes you remember.

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April 24, 2017, 10:56:56 PM
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There is no email to this.  It is a bitcoin qt wallet.  Every single password i've ever used in all my saved passwords is above (all changed, dont even try). 
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