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January 08, 2015, 12:12:16 AM
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v2.9.7
https://www.bitaddress.org/bitaddress.org-v2.9.7-SHA256-1b0f71dfc2e064426328c15c4dbd1f467cb26afe0e84841347ad11d8ca668f70.html
- Japanese translations for Split Wallet. Thanks dabura667.
- remove promise to show MINI key on details tab. MINI key will only be shown when it is provided since it cannot be derived from other key formats.
- fix README
- Russian translations. Thanks e5faf2.
- Simplified Chinese translations. Thanks kwl01skz.
- add direct link to zip on github
- add this CHANGELOG to repository and add detached sigs in repository. add link to sig of HTML.
- hash with SHA256 instead of SHA1. SHA1 hash still provided in package.json.


This release offers more options for verifying the authenticity. There is a link from the HTML website to the same version on github. SHA256 is now used for the hash. The SHA1 hash is still available in the package.json. There is a detached signature hosted on the website and available in the github zip. For those who use PGP it's easier to verify things with the detached signature.

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January 08, 2015, 12:42:18 AM
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Gah, 3 new (to me) versions I've downloaded in 3 days now.

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January 08, 2015, 10:44:26 PM
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Gah, 3 new (to me) versions I've downloaded in 3 days now.

Sorry, another release because I didn't escape some quotes in the translations file.

v2.9.8
https://www.bitaddress.org/bitaddress.org-v2.9.8-SHA256-2c5d16dbcde600147162172090d940fd9646981b7d751d9bddfc5ef383f89308.html
- fix French translations. Escapte quotes.

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January 10, 2015, 05:29:14 AM
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I've got my own vanity bitcoin addresses (which have taken a long time to generate) and a corresponding private key for each of them. I'd like to store this key on paper using the N of M key-sharing method.

Is there any way you can provide an option on the "Split Wallet" tab that generates N of M shares from my own private key that I can type into the page?
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January 10, 2015, 11:44:01 AM
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I've got my own vanity bitcoin addresses (which have taken a long time to generate) and a corresponding private key for each of them. I'd like to store this key on paper using the N of M key-sharing method.

Is there any way you can provide an option on the "Split Wallet" tab that generates N of M shares from my own private key that I can type into the page?

See https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=826374.msg9241693#msg9241693 .

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January 24, 2015, 01:12:00 PM
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@pointbiz Definitely a great tool. Thanks for making it available. I downloaded from https://github.com/pointbiz/bitaddress.org and the in the local offline version I am not able to locate the Single Wallet, Paper Wallet,....etc tabs. Am I missing something or doing something wrong ?

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January 24, 2015, 04:14:23 PM
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Try to download again. Earlier version is working fine for me, haven't updated it. maybe some downloading error. Download bitaddress(English) zip : https://github.com/pointbiz/bitaddress.org/archive/v2.9.8.zip

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January 25, 2015, 02:18:15 PM
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Try to download again. Earlier version is working fine for me, haven't updated it. maybe some downloading error. Download bitaddress(English) zip : https://github.com/pointbiz/bitaddress.org/archive/v2.9.8.zip

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Thanks if you were trying to help me. But I seem to get the same outcome after downloading v2.9.8.

Thanks

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January 25, 2015, 04:10:24 PM
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Try different browser then... it woks as expected here. I tried just now version v2.9.8, v2.9.5 and v2.9.3. No problems.
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January 29, 2015, 06:02:30 PM
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Hi Pointbiz,

First off thanks for a great tool!!

Had a small nagging query:

Can I safely use symbols like:  ~ `  ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ + { } | [ ]\ / * - +  

and also other advanced special characters like  Æ Ç Ë Ì Ð § © µ ý  (full list here http://symbolcodes.tlt.psu.edu/accents/codealt.html)

I want to use all the above special characters along with the mouse movement entropy to get a super secure key pair.

I will be putting all my life savings into it, so don't wanna take any chances. Would really appreciate if you clarify this nagging doubt!! Thanks.
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January 31, 2015, 07:22:00 PM
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January 31, 2015, 08:21:16 PM
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Hi Pointbiz,

First off thanks for a great tool!!

Had a small nagging query:

Can I safely use symbols like:  ~ `  ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ + { } | [ ]\ / * - +  

and also other advanced special characters like  Æ Ç Ë Ì Ð § © µ ý  (full list here http://symbolcodes.tlt.psu.edu/accents/codealt.html)

I want to use all the above special characters along with the mouse movement entropy to get a super secure key pair.

I will be putting all my life savings into it, so don't wanna take any chances. Would really appreciate if you clarify this nagging doubt!! Thanks.


Are you asking about the Paper Wallet tab? If so, for the BIP38 encryption, yes, you can use those specific special characters. And advanced ones the page is unicode. Please make sure any wallet you encrypt with BIP38 that you check on the Wallet Details tab to make sure you can decrypt it and that the Bitcoin Addresses match on both tabs. Make sure to print back up copies. Put the paper inside ziplock bags. Have a copy in a locked safe place.

Are you asking about the Brain Wallet tab? If so, then stop. Don't use a brain wallet to secure your life savings.


In general, you should spread your savings over more than 1 Bitcoin Address. You may want to spend a small portion later and it's safer to not put everything on 1 private key that you may later expose to a device that contains malware.

You might also want to read the FAQ on the Wallet Details tab "How do I make a wallet using dice?". Using physical randomness will get you the super secure key you truly desire.

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February 01, 2015, 06:14:19 AM
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Try to download again. Earlier version is working fine for me, haven't updated it. maybe some downloading error. Download bitaddress(English) zip : https://github.com/pointbiz/bitaddress.org/archive/v2.9.8.zip

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Thanks if you were trying to help me. But I seem to get the same outcome after downloading v2.9.8.

Thanks

Are you on a tablet or mobile phone? The tabs only appear after supplying the mouse movement entropy or keyboard entropy.

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February 01, 2015, 06:44:28 AM
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Hi Pointbiz,

First off thanks for a great tool!!

Had a small nagging query:

Can I safely use symbols like:  ~ `  ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ + { } | [ ]\ / * - +  

and also other advanced special characters like  Æ Ç Ë Ì Ð § © µ ý  (full list here http://symbolcodes.tlt.psu.edu/accents/codealt.html)

I want to use all the above special characters along with the mouse movement entropy to get a super secure key pair.

I will be putting all my life savings into it, so don't wanna take any chances. Would really appreciate if you clarify this nagging doubt!! Thanks.


Are you asking about the Paper Wallet tab? If so, for the BIP38 encryption, yes, you can use those specific special characters. And advanced ones the page is unicode. Please make sure any wallet you encrypt with BIP38 that you check on the Wallet Details tab to make sure you can decrypt it and that the Bitcoin Addresses match on both tabs. Make sure to print back up copies. Put the paper inside ziplock bags. Have a copy in a locked safe place.

Are you asking about the Brain Wallet tab? If so, then stop. Don't use a brain wallet to secure your life savings.


In general, you should spread your savings over more than 1 Bitcoin Address. You may want to spend a small portion later and it's safer to not put everything on 1 private key that you may later expose to a device that contains malware.

You might also want to read the FAQ on the Wallet Details tab "How do I make a wallet using dice?". Using physical randomness will get you the super secure key you truly desire.



Hey pointbiz!  Smiley

I will be using these special characters on the bitaddress.org homepage.

Would be typing in the characters in the box along with the mouse movements.

Yes, I will be generating couple of address and distribute savings into each of them. To be super secure, I have already bought  a completely offline system, will boot from live Ubuntu CD, download your software  >> verify the hash  & >> verify the signature.

I guess I am doing the correct procedures. PLEASE bump me if I am wrong anywhere above, including use of special characters on the homepage. Means a lot. Thanks.
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February 02, 2015, 05:26:59 AM
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Hi Pointbiz,

First off thanks for a great tool!!

Had a small nagging query:

Can I safely use symbols like:  ~ `  ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ + { } | [ ]\ / * - +  

and also other advanced special characters like  Æ Ç Ë Ì Ð § © µ ý  (full list here http://symbolcodes.tlt.psu.edu/accents/codealt.html)

I want to use all the above special characters along with the mouse movement entropy to get a super secure key pair.

I will be putting all my life savings into it, so don't wanna take any chances. Would really appreciate if you clarify this nagging doubt!! Thanks.


Are you asking about the Paper Wallet tab? If so, for the BIP38 encryption, yes, you can use those specific special characters. And advanced ones the page is unicode. Please make sure any wallet you encrypt with BIP38 that you check on the Wallet Details tab to make sure you can decrypt it and that the Bitcoin Addresses match on both tabs. Make sure to print back up copies. Put the paper inside ziplock bags. Have a copy in a locked safe place.

Are you asking about the Brain Wallet tab? If so, then stop. Don't use a brain wallet to secure your life savings.


In general, you should spread your savings over more than 1 Bitcoin Address. You may want to spend a small portion later and it's safer to not put everything on 1 private key that you may later expose to a device that contains malware.

You might also want to read the FAQ on the Wallet Details tab "How do I make a wallet using dice?". Using physical randomness will get you the super secure key you truly desire.



Hey pointbiz!  Smiley

I will be using these special characters on the bitaddress.org homepage.

Would be typing in the characters in the box along with the mouse movements.

Yes, I will be generating couple of address and distribute savings into each of them. To be super secure, I have already bought  a completely offline system, will boot from live Ubuntu CD, download your software  >> verify the hash  & >> verify the signature.

I guess I am doing the correct procedures. PLEASE bump me if I am wrong anywhere above, including use of special characters on the homepage. Means a lot. Thanks.

Your procedure is correct.

On the homepage, where the entropy is collected. The input box looks at which key you pressed. I doubt you have those advanced special characters on your keyboard. Each time you press down on a key in that input box it takes into consideration which key it was. Not what character shows on the screen from you pressing and holding a combination of keys.

Here's a reference table:
http://protocolsofmatrix.blogspot.ca/2007/09/javascript-keycode-reference-table-for.html

Just focus on pressing different physical keys on your keyboard.

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February 02, 2015, 09:03:50 AM
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Thanks mate! Guys like you keeps my belief alive in the community.

Cheers!   Smiley
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February 11, 2015, 05:41:17 PM
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Hi,

I would like to BIP 38 encrypt my DICE generated private addresses.

Are you going to implement it?

Thank you.
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February 11, 2015, 10:42:08 PM
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Hi,

I would like to BIP 38 encrypt my DICE generated private addresses.

Are you going to implement it?

Thank you.

Yes. When I find some time Smiley

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February 26, 2015, 05:56:15 AM
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Has anybody noticed CVE-2014-6342?  
http://www.symantec.com/security_response/vulnerability.jsp?bid=70341

Many hosts are now actively blocking bitaddress.org.html. 

It seems that our method of stuffing a png file in a webpage is no longer compliant.  Is there a branch out there that uses a different style?  

Any update on whatever came of this?

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March 08, 2015, 01:15:52 AM
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Could you paste your pgp signature here at bitcointalk instead? Copy paste it into the opening message for example. It doesn't make much sense get it from the same website which authenticity I am trying to verify, specially over plain http.
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