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September 13, 2017, 11:53:29 PM
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Hi everbody

I'm in search of a working script to get my wallet at blockchain back.

I made an account in 2013 with some bitcoins on it. Now I just was checking my mails and I just remembered that I got bitcoins somewhere. Turns out it was at blockchain.

I've got a mail from 2013 with a AES wallet json file in it. The message is saying that it contains everything to recover my wallet. Now I tried every possibly in the password field when I want to recover it. Nothing is working. I don't remember seeing a passphrase. And can't find anything in my notes about it.

So I think the only option is to try and generate different variations of the passwords I always use/used.

Is there a script or another semi-easy way to get into my wallet again.

So the things I have:
- Access to my e-mailaddress from 2013
- the wallet backup Json file
- the mail with the confirmation of making an account
- some ideas of what the password could me, tried about 50 combinations already but I don't know what numbers I used or where the caps are.

Can anybody help me?
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September 14, 2017, 12:39:02 AM
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You can always try using hashcat to break your password assuming it has the right option for that type of encryption. Now it has some AES encryption options, but they are with a quite large 512 or 1024 bit key, I believe. There is also some Blockchain option, but who knows what that is. You can always try, the software is open source of course. It has some pretty cool options and it is a pretty advanced cracking software in general (probably the most advanced available). You can use your GPU with it to crack it.

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September 14, 2017, 03:06:21 AM
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You can use btcrecover.
create new .txt file and write all your password that you can remember on there and add number 1 until 0 from your keyboard (but it will take a long time). You can use your password (just type 1) and write number on the .txt file

example:
Code:
sunshine (your password that you can remember)
1
2
↨ (until)
0

Paste your wallet on same folder with btcrecover.py file, use cmd and goto btcrecover.py folder
example:
Code:
cd Downloads\btcrecover-master
  C:\python27\python btcrecover.py --wallet yourblockchainwallet.aes.json --tokenlist yourpasswordlist.txt

I hope it will help you. Of course you can try another software like hashcat or johntheripper, but i just know about btcrecover

Tutorial source and more complete : https://github.com/gurnec/btcrecover/blob/master/TUTORIAL.md

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September 18, 2017, 02:55:17 PM
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Please follow up and let us all know how you got on OP, there are probably other options available too.
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