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December 05, 2014, 09:24:13 AM
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Is this version of keyconv avaliable for windows anywhere?

Still haven't figured it out how to compile this for Windows, or where to download it already compiled... Can someone give a hand? Smiley

I've used cross compile to generate the Windows binaries from Ubuntu.
This seems to work for keyconv, I'm still struggling with vanitygen itself.
I've put the binary in my repo at github, but since github doesn't support single file download,
the whole repo needs to be downloaded as zip.

This version of keyconv has the -X switch to support multiple cryptocoins.
It also supports combining compressed WIF format keys.

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December 05, 2014, 11:39:19 AM
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Is this version of keyconv avaliable for windows anywhere?

Still haven't figured it out how to compile this for Windows, or where to download it already compiled... Can someone give a hand? Smiley

I've used cross compile to generate the Windows binaries from Ubuntu.
This seems to work for keyconv, I'm still struggling with vanitygen itself.
I've put the binary in my repo at github, but since github doesn't support single file download,
the whole repo needs to be downloaded as zip.

This version of keyconv has the -X switch to support multiple cryptocoins.
It also supports combining compressed WIF format keys.

Right click the file you want to download and then click 'Save link as...' and then save the link with its extension if it isn't already there - mostly it will show automatically, for eg:- keyconv.c for keyconv. Wink

I think you meant Lifeboat's vanitygen. Try to download full zip or just do like I said above. Smiley

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December 05, 2014, 07:52:37 PM
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Is this version of keyconv avaliable for windows anywhere?

Still haven't figured it out how to compile this for Windows, or where to download it already compiled... Can someone give a hand? Smiley

I've used cross compile to generate the Windows binaries from Ubuntu.
This seems to work for keyconv, I'm still struggling with vanitygen itself.
I've put the binary in my repo at github, but since github doesn't support single file download,
the whole repo needs to be downloaded as zip.

This version of keyconv has the -X switch to support multiple cryptocoins.
It also supports combining compressed WIF format keys.

EPIC! Thank you, very handy Smiley already downloaded it, but I don't have access to my Windows machine right now, so I'll report back later about it Smiley
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December 05, 2014, 10:07:51 PM
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anybody know a way to load a huge wordlist into vanitygen and still use the -i function? currently the max i can do while using -i is around 4000 but i want to be able to do a lot more than that Smiley

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December 05, 2014, 11:00:24 PM
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I've used cross compile to generate the Windows binaries from Ubuntu.
This seems to work for keyconv, I'm still struggling with vanitygen itself.
I've put the binary in my repo at github, but since github doesn't support single file download,
the whole repo needs to be downloaded as zip.

This version of keyconv has the -X switch to support multiple cryptocoins.
It also supports combining compressed WIF format keys.

Right click the file you want to download and then click 'Save link as...' and then save the link with its extension if it isn't already there - mostly it will show automatically, for eg:- keyconv.c for keyconv. Wink

I think you meant Lifeboat's vanitygen. Try to download full zip or just do like I said above. Smiley

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I checked the Lifeboat's download, but that one does not contain the keyconv utility.
I therefor mean my own version of keyconv Grin. @ https://github.com/kangaderoo/vanitygen



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December 06, 2014, 12:51:02 AM
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Testing keyconv... everything goes good until I try to generate the final address with the privkey+part privkey... it just says unrecognized key format. Any workarounds?
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December 06, 2014, 10:18:37 AM
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Testing keyconv... everything goes good until I try to generate the final address with the privkey+part privkey... it just says unrecognized key format. Any workarounds?

The way it's setup is that it only combines WIF key's.
Not the ECSDA private key's.

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December 06, 2014, 01:21:55 PM
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Testing keyconv... everything goes good until I try to generate the final address with the privkey+part privkey... it just says unrecognized key format. Any workarounds?

The way it's setup is that it only combines WIF key's.
Not the ECSDA private key's.

Ok, thank you, I think I've got it working! Awesome job, very handy tool Smiley
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December 11, 2014, 09:10:47 AM
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anybody know a way to load a huge wordlist into vanitygen and still use the -i function? currently the max i can do while using -i is around 4000 but i want to be able to do a lot more than that Smiley

The case-insensitive option unrolls the word into every possibility, so a word like

1siik

would become

1siik
1Siik
1siiK
1SiiK

A normal four-letter (without special characters like "i" which don't have an uppercase in Base58) would become sixteen possibilities; a six-letter would become 64 possibilities. If you have 512 eight-character words, it is actually a list of 128k words after all permutations, which becomes 1 megabyte.

The final list is also pre-processed to remove redundant matches (like your list has 1siik and 1siikfo) and invalid/too long strings. CPU vanitygen uses 2GB on my system while just processing a huge list of 8-14 character words, and dies about line 82K before it even starts generating, probably from running out of 32-bit process memory.

Even if you were to compile in 64 bit, you will likely hit GPU RAM limits, if that's not already your limiting factor.
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December 23, 2014, 06:57:45 PM
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quick question i cant find the answer in the post
is the command "-1" working?
whenever i found the privatekey, the terminal keeps looking for more and more...
i want to just recive the solution in the "-o" file i create, and the terminal to stop... or close in better case Smiley thanks

 Working in mine.  Can you paste your command line so I can see how you are doing it?

 Wait, I'm using oclVanitygen 0.22 (OpenSSL 1.0.1e 11 Feb 2013)

Seems in the version oclVanitygen 0.22 (OpenSSL 1.0.1c 10 May 2012)

the -1 option is not implemented.


so i have to update my openSSL? i downloaded from here the vanity, because is in the post, so im think i have 0.22 version
i cant see the version.
who i update my openssl? is there a comand for that? sorry i ask to many questions but i really need the -1 option

edit: i checked i have the 1.0.1f version.
im using this comand line:  "env LD_LIBRARY_PATH=./sdklib ./oclvanitygen -D 0:0 -1 1Nasty"   any mistake there?
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December 23, 2014, 10:13:35 PM
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quick question i cant find the answer in the post
is the command "-1" working?
whenever i found the privatekey, the terminal keeps looking for more and more...
i want to just recive the solution in the "-o" file i create, and the terminal to stop... or close in better case Smiley thanks

 Working in mine.  Can you paste your command line so I can see how you are doing it?

 Wait, I'm using oclVanitygen 0.22 (OpenSSL 1.0.1e 11 Feb 2013)

Seems in the version oclVanitygen 0.22 (OpenSSL 1.0.1c 10 May 2012)

the -1 option is not implemented.


so i have to update my openSSL? i downloaded from here the vanity, because is in the post, so im think i have 0.22 version
i cant see the version.
who i update my openssl? is there a comand for that? sorry i ask to many questions but i really need the -1 option

edit: i checked i have the 1.0.1f version.
im using this comand line:  "env LD_LIBRARY_PATH=./sdklib ./oclvanitygen -D 0:0 -1 1Nasty"   any mistake there?

 run vanitygen with just the -h option and nothing else.  It will give you the version information first followed by a list of valid options.  If the -1 option is not there, you wont be able to use it.

 I just ran the lifeboat version with the command-line "oclvanitygen -D 0:0 -1 1Nasty" and I got this -

Pattern: 1Nasty
Address: 1NastyC4VZLhJnFW2oQy1ck2kkNYDNZ1N4
Privkey: 5J79D1XgDc1meLoGhCCPAFSsBfHAw1ycTba7nL75pJDVrCw12Kz

in about 30 seconds and the program terminated normally afterward.

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December 23, 2014, 11:29:26 PM
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anybody know a way to load a huge wordlist into vanitygen and still use the -i function? currently the max i can do while using -i is around 4000 but i want to be able to do a lot more than that Smiley

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December 24, 2014, 12:02:26 AM
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I've never came across this before, Need to create myself an address!
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December 30, 2014, 05:41:07 PM
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Hi,
This is great address generator, can anyone confirm that this wallet address generator is secure ?

EDIT: expecially the windows edition

thanks

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December 30, 2014, 06:02:44 PM
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Hi,
This is great address generator, can anyone confirm that this wallet address generator is secure ?

EDIT: expecially the windows edition

thanks

 It is very secure.  If your computer is not secure however, then the addresses you generate will not be secure.
Also, if you export the private keys to an online wallet, you are potentially compromising the security of those addresses.
So the program is fine but the security issues arise when dealing with the key pairs you generate.

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December 30, 2014, 06:04:18 PM
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Hi,
This is great address generator, can anyone confirm that this wallet address generator is secure ?

EDIT: expecially the windows edition

thanks

It is secure as long as you download from verified sources such as Samr7's and Lifeboat's.

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December 30, 2014, 06:09:31 PM
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I've been trying the generator with 2 GPU cards and I received an ERROR on my rig after the following command on terminal:
Code:
oclvanitygen.exe -D 0:0 -D 0:1 -D 0:2 -k 1test
(3 GPU's working)

ERROR:
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The instruction at "0xXXXXXXXX" referenced memory at "0xXXXXXXXX", The memory could not be "written". Click on OK to terminate that program.


I'm using a 4GB RAM memory rig, the problem could be that I have too many GPU's for the RAM that's available?
I've tried the same process in other computer that I have with R9 280x (12.X drivers) and if I do the same command but with -S (secure), everything is working fine
Code:
oclvanitygen.exe -D 0:0 -D 0:1 -D 0:2 -S -k 1test
but if i do it without the -S command they appear lots of DELTA Errors.
Code:
oclvanitygen.exe -D 0:0 -D 0:1 -D 0:2 -k 1test

Anyone know what's happening or solved the problem? I thought that was because of 13.X drivers so I've downloaded to 12.X but now I have to generate it with -S (too low) and It's just working in one of my rigs…

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December 31, 2014, 08:36:05 AM
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 It is very secure.  If your computer is not secure however, then the addresses you generate will not be secure.
Also, if you export the private keys to an online wallet, you are potentially compromising the security of those addresses.
So the program is fine but the security issues arise when dealing with the key pairs you generate.



It is secure as long as you download from verified sources such as Samr7's and Lifeboat's.

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thanks, btw if we change date and time of our offline laptop before we generate address would that make our address more secure ?

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December 31, 2014, 08:54:00 AM
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thanks, btw if we change date and time of our offline laptop before we generate address would that make our address more secure ?

If you are using offline computer, then no problem/worries but changing date and time do nothing AFAIK. Just be careful when importing. Smiley

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December 31, 2014, 09:15:33 AM
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thanks, btw if we change date and time of our offline laptop before we generate address would that make our address more secure ?

There are mulitple types of security here.

First, do you trust the source where you downloaded the software.... ?
I build from the source-code itself to be sure my executable doesn't do anything unexplained.

The second type of security has to do with the ECSDA key generation.
This is linked to your SSL library.
Since it uses entropy to make key generation unique, it would even be hard for your computer to regenerate the same result.
Modern entropy uses time, (cpu) temperature readings, harddisk head locations etc etc to make it unique.

Then there is the security of you home network.

Etc etc.

As you can see if you play with the program is that for each extra character you add the time to get the address is multiplied by 60.
Even if you generate an address with the first 9 char in a preferred state, in order to get access to this address anyone else will have
to generate all 35 chars.

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