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February 08, 2014, 06:29:21 PM
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I need a brute forcer that will crack my wallet.aes.json backup file because i lost my password on block chain.info. Is there a brute forcer that could use a password list to try to crack it as i know the characters in my password? I'll give 1BTC if I'm able to recover the wallet  Cheesy

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February 09, 2014, 07:49:31 PM
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I need a brute forcer that will crack my wallet.aes.json backup file because i lost my password on block chain.info. Is there a brute forcer that could use a password list to try to crack it as i know the characters in my password? I'll give 1BTC if I'm able to recover the wallet  Cheesy

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If you know the characters in your password, and there aren't too many of them, then this is definitely possible.  I don't have software for you to run, but I'm certain that there are others around here that can help you with this.

Just be careful of who you get the software from.  Someone could supply you with a trojan designed to help you crack the wallet and then steal the bitcoins from you.

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February 09, 2014, 08:10:48 PM
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I need a brute forcer that will crack my wallet.aes.json backup file because i lost my password on block chain.info. Is there a brute forcer that could use a password list to try to crack it as i know the characters in my password? I'll give 1BTC if I'm able to recover the wallet  Cheesy

Thanks!
Hgsaf5

how can we trust you that IF we help you will give us 1 BTC.

And how can we trust that for example it is not your friend wallet, and by some mistake of his you know all letters in a passwd.

I can help you.
But I need to trust you.

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