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December 18, 2018, 09:13:46 AM
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Who can help me? Previously, Bitcoin was cheap, so I set up a password at random. I wanted to sell it, but I found that I had forgotten the password. Who can help me unlock? I can pay him 10BTC

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December 18, 2018, 10:29:31 AM
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Who can help me? Previously, Bitcoin was cheap, so I set up a password at random. I wanted to sell it, but I found that I had forgotten the password. Who can help me unlock? I can pay him 10BTC

Without knowing part of your password and information of how you create the password (length, whether you use special character, etc.) it's pretty difficult

You can use services such as https://walletrecoveryservices.com/, but it's strongly recommended to try to unlock the wallet by yourself. There are plenty of tools which can be used to brute-force wallet such as JohnTheRipper

Pictures can't be uploaded. Who can tell me how to upload pictures?

Newbie account cannot post images, but you can share link to the picture.

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December 18, 2018, 10:35:02 AM
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More tools could be available in the links from this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1996568.0

And just for your safely:
1. Make a copy of wallet.dat and keep it safe
2. Don't give your wallet.dat to others, try to find/fix by yourself
3. Do the operations on a throwaway operating system which you'll run offline (stay online until you set all, then go offline and wipe before going online again). This is because you have no guarantee that all the tools you'll try are clean and safe.

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December 18, 2018, 10:43:50 AM
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How long is the password? What is combination of it?(for example uppercases+numbers or only lowercases ,...)
Please give more details. It must be considered that for what percent of solution probability you want to rent computing power and is it economical?
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December 18, 2018, 11:11:44 AM
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Who can help me? Previously, Bitcoin was cheap, so I set up a password at random. I wanted to sell it, but I found that I had forgotten the password. Who can help me unlock? I can pay him 10BTC

Pictures can't be uploaded. Who can tell me how to upload pictures?

do you remember
 - the length of the password
 - used character set (small, big, numbers, special characters, ...)
 - a part of the password like prefix or postfix

if it is truely random, out of 100 characters, longer than 12 characters, without any additional information you will not be able to recreate it
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December 18, 2018, 11:20:32 AM
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Who can help me? Previously, Bitcoin was cheap, so I set up a password at random. I wanted to sell it, but I found that I had forgotten the password. Who can help me unlock? I can pay him 10BTC

Without knowing part of your password and information of how you create the password (length, whether you use special character, etc.) it's pretty difficult

You can use services such as https://walletrecoveryservices.com/, but it's strongly recommended to try to unlock the wallet by yourself. There are plenty of tools which can be used to brute-force wallet such as JohnTheRipper

Pictures can't be uploaded. Who can tell me how to upload pictures?

Newbie account cannot post images, but you can share link to the picture.

Thank you, I shared the image link, I saw his website, sent the wallet to other people, I am worried that he will not send me back when he opens it, JohnTheRipper I don't know how to operate him.
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December 18, 2018, 11:27:22 AM
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More tools could be available in the links from this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1996568.0

And just for your safely:
1. Make a copy of wallet.dat and keep it safe
2. Don't give your wallet.dat to others, try to find/fix by yourself
3. Do the operations on a throwaway operating system which you'll run offline (stay online until you set all, then go offline and wipe before going online again). This is because you have no guarantee that all the tools you'll try are clean and safe.


Thank you, but I don't know how to operate
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December 18, 2018, 11:33:46 AM
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How long is the password? What is combination of it?(for example uppercases+numbers or only lowercases ,...)
Please give more details. It must be considered that for what percent of solution probability you want to rent computing power and is it economical?
It should be an 8 or 9 digit password, a number + a letter, my secret
The code is almost the same, but I tried a lot and it was all wrong.
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December 18, 2018, 11:41:27 AM
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Who can help me? Previously, Bitcoin was cheap, so I set up a password at random. I wanted to sell it, but I found that I had forgotten the password. Who can help me unlock? I can pay him 10BTC

Pictures can't be uploaded. Who can tell me how to upload pictures?

do you remember
 - the length of the password
 - used character set (small, big, numbers, special characters, ...)
 - a part of the password like prefix or postfix

if it is truely random, out of 100 characters, longer than 12 characters, without any additional information you will not be able to recreate it

It's not a randomly generated password, I only remember that the password contains my name, but I typed a lot of errors.


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The system gives me time limit, if you can help me, please send me a message to send email to jackang506@gmail.com, thank you very much!
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December 18, 2018, 12:09:04 PM
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The system gives me time limit, if you can help me, please send me a message to send email to *******@gmail.com, thank you very much!
I highly recommend to keep the discussion in public. Scammers will try to contact you in private, so be very careful who you trust.

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December 18, 2018, 12:37:03 PM
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The system gives me time limit, if you can help me, please send me a message to send email to *******@gmail.com, thank you very much!
I highly recommend to keep the discussion in public. Scammers will try to contact you in private, so be very careful who you trust.

Yes, thank you! Someone has asked me to send him a wallet. But I will not take this risk
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December 18, 2018, 12:51:45 PM
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Do you usually use a couple of passwords for all the sites you visit? For example you have 3 passwords and you use either one of these everywhere you register or a combination like site name + a number and some word.
Are you still using any other services, websites from around 2009 (since that is the year of the shown transactions on the picture) where you can try the password that you use for those sites?
Do you have an English keyboard or a non English language preference on your PC/laptop? is it possible that you are mistyping the password because some letters are altered due to your language preferences? For example the Z and Y on some keyboards.

Maybe also some of these tips can help you to remember the password you used back when you created the wallet.
https://www.wikihow.com/Remember-a-Forgotten-Password

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December 18, 2018, 01:18:15 PM
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Do you usually use a couple of passwords for all the sites you visit? For example you have 3 passwords and you use either one of these everywhere you register or a combination like site name + a number and some word.
Are you still using any other services, websites from around 2009 (since that is the year of the shown transactions on the picture) where you can try the password that you use for those sites?
Do you have an English keyboard or a non English language preference on your PC/laptop? is it possible that you are mistyping the password because some letters are altered due to your language preferences? For example the Z and Y on some keyboards.

Maybe also some of these tips can help you to remember the password you used back when you created the wallet.
https://www.wikihow.com/Remember-a-Forgotten-Password

Thanks, I thought about the password for a long time, but they are not right, so I sent a post to help find the idea.
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December 18, 2018, 01:21:26 PM
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https://github.com/gurnec/btcrecover allows you to create a token file, as long as you have a basic idear how your password should look (and it seems you do have a basic idear about this), it should be possible to bruteforce the password within a finite timeframe.

If you really have no clue how to setup john the ripper or btcrecover, you can always pay somebody to write a step by step guide (with screenshots) for setting up one of these tools on a clean VPS from a certain VPS service provider, that way you can create a clean VPS with the same provider and follow the step by step guide to setup your own bruteforce server...

Good luck!

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December 18, 2018, 11:01:06 PM
Last edit: December 18, 2018, 11:17:29 PM by Adriano2010
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If you are sure your password is not higher than 9 characters i can try to find it with btcrecover using a GPU rig, but you also need to install btcrecover and give me the info needed to so i can try find your password without sending me wallet.dat



I will need that info YmM6.... so i can try find your password.

If you need help to install btcrecover i can send you a link on youtube which can help you to install it.

More info about extract scripts here https://github.com/gurnec/btcrecover/blob/master/docs/Extract_Scripts.md

Code:
The encrypted mkey is useful to btcrecover, but it does not contain any of your Bitcoin address or private key information.
 btcrecover can attempt to decrypt the mkey by trying different password combinations.
 Should it succeed, it and whoever runs it will then know the password to your wallet file,
but without the rest of your wallet file, the password and the decrypted mkey are of no use

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December 19, 2018, 10:09:48 AM
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https://github.com/gurnec/btcrecover allows you to create a token file, as long as you have a basic idear how your password should look (and it seems you do have a basic idear about this), it should be possible to bruteforce the password within a finite timeframe.

If you really have no clue how to setup john the ripper or btcrecover, you can always pay somebody to write a step by step guide (with screenshots) for setting up one of these tools on a clean VPS from a certain VPS service provider, that way you can create a clean VPS with the same provider and follow the step by step guide to setup your own bruteforce server...

Good luck!

Okay, thank you
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December 19, 2018, 10:16:01 AM
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If you are sure your password is not higher than 9 characters i can try to find it with btcrecover using a GPU rig, but you also need to install btcrecover and give me the info needed to so i can try find your password without sending me wallet.dat

https://i.postimg.cc/7hJSgNLJ/getinfo.png

I will need that info YmM6.... so i can try find your password.

If you need help to install btcrecover i can send you a link on youtube which can help you to install it.

More info about extract scripts here https://github.com/gurnec/btcrecover/blob/master/docs/Extract_Scripts.md

Code:
The encrypted mkey is useful to btcrecover, but it does not contain any of your Bitcoin address or private key information.
 btcrecover can attempt to decrypt the mkey by trying different password combinations.
 Should it succeed, it and whoever runs it will then know the password to your wallet file,
but without the rest of your wallet file, the password and the decrypted mkey are of no use

Now I'm confused. I was asked to download these two files and use my computer to get these numbers. I want to know how to use them.

https://github.com/magnumripper/JohnTheRipper/releases/tag/1.8.0-jumbo-1
https://www.python.org/downloads/release/python-2715/

c:\j1\run\1>bitcoin2john.py wallet.dat
$bitcoin$96$b7b505313656b74e66b4ad14fba7690d720aaeca95dbbd3be59baa8d785543354513
7ffd075472fa3b9fc2fb101c2266$16$33f0faf0fe3dcb93$102776$96$5fc3496ba1440f3315bee
5f3bf41725d8e4b90490bf7a30e08e723d26885a2fc8d664f56f6dd8882f8748e76bff6ac85$130$
04f337019182692c8aead3704b3ddac1deca637f44d26a78367513c56b0c8ef8bd5b355f91f39f7 c
9eeaea4700695391f0be0ec8e3d5c929061b0ad96a00fa43b6
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December 19, 2018, 01:11:04 PM
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John is using CPU cracking. That's probably not even worth a try.

You should try to crack the password with your GPU (e.g. btcrecover is able to use your GPU).

But without any clue what the password might be AND it being longer than 6-7 chars, your chances are pretty much zero.
If you, however, do have a clue what the password might be (this includes information such as length (minimum and maximum length), char set (e.g. only alpha numerical), common patterns (e.g. always 123 at the end), etc..) your chances rise drastically. Even with a longer password.

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December 19, 2018, 02:21:44 PM
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If you are sure your password is not higher than 9 characters i can try to find it with btcrecover using a GPU rig, but you also need to install btcrecover and give me the info needed to so i can try find your password without sending me wallet.dat



I will need that info YmM6.... so i can try find your password.

If you need help to install btcrecover i can send you a link on youtube which can help you to install it.

More info about extract scripts here https://github.com/gurnec/btcrecover/blob/master/docs/Extract_Scripts.md

Code:
The encrypted mkey is useful to btcrecover, but it does not contain any of your Bitcoin address or private key information.
 btcrecover can attempt to decrypt the mkey by trying different password combinations.
 Should it succeed, it and whoever runs it will then know the password to your wallet file,
but without the rest of your wallet file, the password and the decrypted mkey are of no use

Now I'm confused. I was asked to download these two files and use my computer to get these numbers. I want to know how to use them.

https://github.com/magnumripper/JohnTheRipper/releases/tag/1.8.0-jumbo-1
https://www.python.org/downloads/release/python-2715/

c:\j1\run\1>bitcoin2john.py wallet.dat
$bitcoin$96$b7b505313656b74e66b4ad14fba7690d720aaeca95dbbd3be59baa8d785543354513
7ffd075472fa3b9fc2fb101c2266$16$33f0faf0fe3dcb93$102776$96$5fc3496ba1440f3315bee
5f3bf41725d8e4b90490bf7a30e08e723d26885a2fc8d664f56f6dd8882f8748e76bff6ac85$130$
04f337019182692c8aead3704b3ddac1deca637f44d26a78367513c56b0c8ef8bd5b355f91f39f7 c
9eeaea4700695391f0be0ec8e3d5c929061b0ad96a00fa43b6


Is better to use btcrecover if you know something about your password and also you can give the info so someone with GPU to bruteforce it faster and without sending wallet.dat, here is link how to install it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTalt-Zo3yk


I will use 6 GPU so the chance to get it are higher, if you know how long is and is without symbols and some letters if you know, i can create a token list

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December 19, 2018, 03:56:06 PM
Last edit: December 19, 2018, 05:31:52 PM by keychainX
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Who can help me? Previously, Bitcoin was cheap, so I set up a password at random. I wanted to sell it, but I found that I had forgotten the password. Who can help me unlock? I can pay him 10BTC

1EdrQwSXQYFKZKim3fX7jKTiR5gmjsjT64
1DFo9TYjyKT7Rwa1Nx7G3STMRHBFUC2hUB
1EZeYuLR2ugK8sk4XeDVcyNGBT7sGPDrNb

https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipMpR9Imo04qPwv_QO5Rd1U3L66dKSSTBkDFF3saYMqJvR_QPrxwmQXsBo7I-RJxOQ/photo/AF1QipNR9ssB6aOkhzH_i8GA1tvGlwZ9-hyt-ZENG6A2?key=ZXBJdWN2OUNWZVdrYW45QUFBcE01Y3BfUk96MW9B

This is the 3rd 131BTC wallet I'm seeing this week alone to be "missing" ... all from Chinese people...

Strangely enough I have the same wallet info but with a different hash. Same screenshot and same Addy's.

I believe the "real" wallet has a much higher value/amount of BTC as one infamous site advertise 100BTC bounty if you crack one of their hashes.
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