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May 10, 2013, 07:29:30 PM
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Eh, quicker my way. Also I didn't have enough time to try to how many I could run with case insensitive, I will have some more time Monday and them I'll give it a shot.

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May 10, 2013, 10:58:46 PM
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How do you decrypt a protkey generated using the -e command?

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May 11, 2013, 01:31:45 AM
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gad are you maxing your memory according to gpuz? thats what id aim for.

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May 11, 2013, 07:19:39 AM
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How do you decrypt a protkey generated using the -e command?
with another command
Code:
keyconv E...rst...
the binary was available in an older package..

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May 11, 2013, 07:45:34 AM
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I cannot get the GPU version to print a finished address out. It just repeats some garbage information and keeps looking. CPU genaration works fine. It would be great to generate these in Mkey/s than Kkey/s. HD7950 specifying my device number as 0:0, but after getting to what would be 100% it just keeps going and finds nothing.

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May 11, 2013, 01:09:51 PM
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How do you decrypt a protkey generated using the -e command?
with another command
Code:
keyconv E...rst...
the binary was available in an older package..

I think I believe I found the code you referenced here: https://github.com/samr7/vanitygen/blob/master/keyconv.c

After looking at the code and the comments inside, I didn't see anything that referenced to decrypting a protkey. I didn't understand the -8 flag, and I am guessing that is what I'm looking for. Is this the code I need to decrypt a protkey? I have the password used to decrypt it.

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May 11, 2013, 01:33:58 PM
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This tool is really usefull to batch create password potected and/or generate trustable vanity keys for others.
I do not really see your point.
Just call keyconv-command with the protkey as argument and you'll be asked for the password.
so e.g.
Code:
./keyconv PsvoctFZMEVEfASHPJ2sWAr6RFgEPz55hUPNEXMz4ZjSri28iNpmFUCQgYLBLs5Jh912
gives me the private key when answered with the correct password.
Why would you like to have PKCS#8 formed keys?
For making a protected key out of a normal one use -e (lower case) option, as discribed in the "help" (or line 31 of the code).

edit: @kjj this php did not work for me when I tested some weeks ago..

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May 11, 2013, 01:43:28 PM
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This tool is really usefull to batch create password potected and/or generate trustable vanity keys for others.
I do not really see your point.
Just call keyconv-command with the protkey as argument and you'll be asked for the password.
so e.g.
Code:
./keyconv PsvoctFZMEVEfASHPJ2sWAr6RFgEPz55hUPNEXMz4ZjSri28iNpmFUCQgYLBLs5Jh912
gives me the private key when answered with the correct password.
Why would you like to have PKCS#8 formed keys?
For making a protected key out of a normal one use -e (lower case) option, as discribed in the "help" (or line 31 of the code).

No I am trying to figure out how to take a protkey and convert it into a private key.

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May 11, 2013, 04:47:39 PM
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I cannot get the GPU version to print a finished address out. It just repeats some garbage information and keeps looking. CPU genaration works fine. It would be great to generate these in Mkey/s than Kkey/s. HD7950 specifying my device number as 0:0, but after getting to what would be 100% it just keeps going and finds nothing.

It's an AMD driver issue. I get the same issues on my rig. 13.4 gives the GPU/CPU mismatch and 13.1 fails when building the kernel.

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May 11, 2013, 04:51:47 PM
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I cannot get the GPU version to print a finished address out. It just repeats some garbage information and keeps looking. CPU genaration works fine. It would be great to generate these in Mkey/s than Kkey/s. HD7950 specifying my device number as 0:0, but after getting to what would be 100% it just keeps going and finds nothing.

It's an AMD driver issue. I get the same issues on my rig. 13.4 gives the GPU/CPU mismatch and 13.1 fails when building the kernel.

12.8 is one of the functional drivers.

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May 11, 2013, 11:23:01 PM
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This tool is really usefull to batch create password potected and/or generate trustable vanity keys for others.
I do not really see your point.
Just call keyconv-command with the protkey as argument and you'll be asked for the password.
so e.g.
Code:
./keyconv PsvoctFZMEVEfASHPJ2sWAr6RFgEPz55hUPNEXMz4ZjSri28iNpmFUCQgYLBLs5Jh912
gives me the private key when answered with the correct password.
Why would you like to have PKCS#8 formed keys?
For making a protected key out of a normal one use -e (lower case) option, as discribed in the "help" (or line 31 of the code).

No I am trying to figure out how to take a protkey and convert it into a private key.

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May 12, 2013, 05:46:11 AM
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Ok, what would be the string to type in to return a ltc vanity? Is there one?

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May 12, 2013, 11:42:02 AM
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Ok, what would be the string to type in to return a ltc vanity? Is there one?
use -X with the apropriate verison (given in hex)

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May 12, 2013, 01:48:08 PM
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Ok, what would be the string to type in to return a ltc vanity? Is there one?
use -X with the apropriate verison (given in hex)

So just use L in hex?

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May 12, 2013, 01:56:50 PM
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Ok, what would be the string to type in to return a ltc vanity? Is there one?
use -X with the apropriate verison (given in hex)

So just use L in hex?

example in linux
Code:
./vanitygen -X 48 LTC


Just make sure pattern is valid
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May 12, 2013, 02:22:44 PM
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Ok, what would be the string to type in to return a ltc vanity? Is there one?
use -X with the apropriate verison (given in hex)

So just use L in hex?

example in linux
Code:
./vanitygen -X 48 LTC


Just make sure pattern is valid

How did you come up with that number 48? I need to know so I can generate addresses for other alt coins. What is the 48 in reference to? I attempted those flags on Windows and it didn't work.

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May 12, 2013, 02:36:35 PM
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Ok, what would be the string to type in to return a ltc vanity? Is there one?
use -X with the apropriate verison (given in hex)

So just use L in hex?

example in linux
Code:
./vanitygen -X 48 LTC


Just make sure pattern is valid

How did you come up with that number 48? I need to know so I can generate addresses for other alt coins. What is the 48 in reference to? I attempted those flags on Windows and it didn't work.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_address_prefixes

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May 12, 2013, 08:09:32 PM
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Ok, what would be the string to type in to return a ltc vanity? Is there one?
use -X with the apropriate verison (given in hex)

So just use L in hex?

example in linux
Code:
./vanitygen -X 48 LTC


Just make sure pattern is valid

How did you come up with that number 48? I need to know so I can generate addresses for other alt coins. What is the 48 in reference to? I attempted those flags on Windows and it didn't work.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_address_prefixes

OK. So i attempted using the -X 48 flag and for the prefix I did Light and it just showed the help list of the tags. I'm using oclvanitygen. It isn't working.

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May 12, 2013, 09:42:48 PM
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Is there a way to specify for it to generate a short address, perhaps as short as 27 characters? The limit for the length is anywhere from 27 to 34. 34 by far the most common.
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May 12, 2013, 09:57:02 PM
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Is there a way to specify for it to generate a short address, perhaps as short as 27 characters? The limit for the length is anywhere from 27 to 34. 34 by far the most common.

I have yet to see a Bitcoin address under 34 characters. I don't think it is possible at all.

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