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August 24, 2014, 02:10:19 PM
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I have a massive list of bitcoin addresses with their private keys in this format:

private key (hex format)     public key     compressed public key


Now what I want to do is:

1. Get rid of the public key and compressed public key part (maybe move them to a separate file? If possible, yes)
2. Convert ALL hex private keys to WIF private keys (5XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX)
3. Import all/part of them into electrum (or other client which doesn't need the full blockchain)


My rig:
Windows 7 64-bit (can also install ubuntu anytime)
4GB ram
a lot of hard diskspace

Any help would be awesome  Grin
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August 24, 2014, 02:53:05 PM
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like this?

Code:
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My question is why do you have a massive list of private keys? I don't see any use for this other then to mine potential brain wallets hoping that someone will send funds to one of your addresses.
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My question is why do you have a massive list of private keys? I don't see any use for this other then to mine potential brain wallets hoping that someone will send funds to one of your addresses.

yeah, why?

this is a misuse of electrum...imported keys cannot be restored from seed.  defeats the point of a deterministic wallet.

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Who's private keys are they?

UPDATE: I decided to search for some of the stuff that shorena posted and I found http://directory.io/ which lists mostly generated Bitcoin addresses to fill out fake pages. All you need to do is run a PHP script to generate a lot of addresses per page, then cache the pages server side. Every page you visit will appear to be a valid page and you can't go past the number at the top. In order to make it appear legitimate, some fake private keys were added with legitimate Bitcoin addresses next to it.

Keep in mind that any Bitcoin address that CAN be used on the network is valid. The Bitcoin addresses are not stored in the blockchain, only your wallet. You can generate Bitcoin addresses until you're blue in the face, and who knows, maybe a couple of the private keys on that website are legitimate by chance. The Bitcoin blockchain only stores transaction data.

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you are not the first, you will not be the last.

What are you implying? Can you please elaborate?
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August 24, 2014, 05:56:50 PM
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you are not the first, you will not be the last.

What are you implying? Can you please elaborate?

People find directory.io or brainwallets and think: All that money, I need to get it. If I just had a way to test the balance of a few million addresses or a way to import a few million private keys into my wallet in order to spend other peoples coins... Ill just ask on bitcointalk.org noone will suspect a thing. Actually it works sometimes, I fell for something similar [1] not so long ago. I didnt fully read the post and missed the "million addresses" part.

I found the answers gmaxwell (esp. this one [2]) gave in that thread very educational and I suspect something similar here. I dont think any private person has a "massive list" of private keys to import which are in a very similar format to the formating directory.io uses. If someone hired by a company has to handle a "massive list" I am sure they will find a way to figure out a solution on their own, they get paid for it after all.

I might be wrong, but I am sure OP will answer with a very good reason for this "massive list" in that case.

tl;dr: I am imply OP is trying to steal someone elses coins. I might be wrong however.



[1] https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=736607.0
[2] https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=736607.msg8361407#msg8361407

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My question is why do you have a massive list of private keys? I don't see any use for this other then to mine potential brain wallets hoping that someone will send funds to one of your addresses.

yeah, why?

this is a misuse of electrum...imported keys cannot be restored from seed.  defeats the point of a deterministic wallet.
I think this is another problem with the OP's idea. But he was not limiting himself to wanting to import the keys into electrum he just wanted to be able to use any selfish wallet.
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I have a massive list of bitcoin addresses with their private keys in this format:

private key (hex format)     public key     compressed public key


Now what I want to do is:

1. Get rid of the public key and compressed public key part (maybe move them to a separate file? If possible, yes)
2. Convert ALL hex private keys to WIF private keys (5XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX)
3. Import all/part of them into electrum (or other client which doesn't need the full blockchain)


My rig:
Windows 7 64-bit (can also install ubuntu anytime)
4GB ram
a lot of hard diskspace

Any help would be awesome  Grin

if you are really trying to ask fo rhelp cracking private keys on electrum or some other service there is something wrong with you.

1. if you are asking people to help you tha tmeans you have no chance to start with.
2. your computer specs are terrible if you are going to brute force anything.
3. go away and never return.

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My question is why do you have a massive list of private keys? I don't see any use for this other then to mine potential brain wallets hoping that someone will send funds to one of your addresses.

Yeah. Just a side project for a paper. I'm gonna submit my results to someone Smiley
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I have a massive list of bitcoin addresses with their private keys in this format:

private key (hex format)     public key     compressed public key


Now what I want to do is:

1. Get rid of the public key and compressed public key part (maybe move them to a separate file? If possible, yes)
2. Convert ALL hex private keys to WIF private keys (5XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX)
3. Import all/part of them into electrum (or other client which doesn't need the full blockchain)


My rig:
Windows 7 64-bit (can also install ubuntu anytime)
4GB ram
a lot of hard diskspace

Any help would be awesome  Grin

if you are really trying to ask fo rhelp cracking private keys on electrum or some other service there is something wrong with you.

1. if you are asking people to help you tha tmeans you have no chance to start with.
2. your computer specs are terrible if you are going to brute force anything.
3. go away and never return.

3. let him try as it will strengthen peoples trust in the technology when he, like everyone else fails to crack it. basically if its uncrackable let him try

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you are not the first, you will not be the last.

What are you implying? Can you please elaborate?

People find directory.io or brainwallets and think: All that money, I need to get it. If I just had a way to test the balance of a few million addresses or a way to import a few million private keys into my wallet in order to spend other peoples coins... Ill just ask on bitcointalk.org noone will suspect a thing. Actually it works sometimes, I fell for something similar [1] not so long ago. I didnt fully read the post and missed the "million addresses" part.

I found the answers gmaxwell (esp. this one [2]) gave in that thread very educational and I suspect something similar here. I dont think any private person has a "massive list" of private keys to import which are in a very similar format to the formating directory.io uses. If someone hired by a company has to handle a "massive list" I am sure they will find a way to figure out a solution on their own, they get paid for it after all.

I might be wrong, but I am sure OP will answer with a very good reason for this "massive list" in that case.

tl;dr: I am imply OP is trying to steal someone elses coins. I might be wrong however.



[1] https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=736607.0
[2] https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=736607.msg8361407#msg8361407


Yes and no :/

Yes because:
1. It's just research. (something to do with RNGs)
2. Maybe I'll sweep the coins that have balances?  Wink
3. It's just the first 3 million addresses (and counting). It's not that massive  Cheesy

First 3 million in this format:
 Private                             Public                  Public Compressed
0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 1EHNa6Q4Jz2uvNExL497mE43ikXhwF6kZm 1BgGZ9tcN4rm9KBzDn7KprQz87SZ26SAMH
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August 25, 2014, 12:02:51 AM
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I have a massive list of bitcoin addresses with their private keys in this format:

private key (hex format)     public key     compressed public key


Now what I want to do is:

1. Get rid of the public key and compressed public key part (maybe move them to a separate file? If possible, yes)
2. Convert ALL hex private keys to WIF private keys (5XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX)
3. Import all/part of them into electrum (or other client which doesn't need the full blockchain)


My rig:
Windows 7 64-bit (can also install ubuntu anytime)
4GB ram
a lot of hard diskspace

Any help would be awesome  Grin

if you are really trying to ask fo rhelp cracking private keys on electrum or some other service there is something wrong with you.

1. if you are asking people to help you tha tmeans you have no chance to start with.
2. your computer specs are terrible if you are going to brute force anything.
3. go away and never return.

3. let him try as it will strengthen peoples trust in the technology when he like everyone else fails to crack it. basically if its uncrackable let him try


Eheheheh. True  Grin
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August 25, 2014, 12:06:26 AM
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My question is why do you have a massive list of private keys? I don't see any use for this other then to mine potential brain wallets hoping that someone will send funds to one of your addresses.

Yeah. Just a side project for a paper. I'm gonna submit my results to someone Smiley
Simply write a script to convert the file.  It is very simple.  Read in one line from the file, convert it, output the line to a different file.  Isn't that part of doing the paper?

Why didn't you put them in the correct format when you created the file in the first place?

Can't you just fix the program to correct the output and then just run it again?

It is only 3 million lines of output so it cannot take that long to run again.

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My question is why do you have a massive list of private keys? I don't see any use for this other then to mine potential brain wallets hoping that someone will send funds to one of your addresses.

Yeah. Just a side project for a paper. I'm gonna submit my results to someone Smiley
Simply write a script to convert the file.  It is very simple.  Read in one line from the file, convert it, output the line to a different file.  Isn't that part of doing the paper?

Why didn't you put them in the correct format when you created the file in the first place?

Can't you just fix the program to correct the output and then just run it again?

1. I generated the list.
2. "Read in one line from the file, convert it, output to a different file" Oh yeah. I'm gonna try making that script (I hope I can do it on Windows)
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August 25, 2014, 12:11:15 AM
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My question is why do you have a massive list of private keys? I don't see any use for this other then to mine potential brain wallets hoping that someone will send funds to one of your addresses.

Yeah. Just a side project for a paper. I'm gonna submit my results to someone Smiley
Simply write a script to convert the file.  It is very simple.  Read in one line from the file, convert it, output the line to a different file.  Isn't that part of doing the paper?

Why didn't you put them in the correct format when you created the file in the first place?

Can't you just fix the program to correct the output and then just run it again?

1. I generated the list.
2. "Read in one line from the file, convert it, output to a different file" Oh yeah. I'm gonna try making that script (I hope I can do it on Windows)
OK if that is too difficult then
1: fix the program that is generating the addresses
2: run it again

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August 25, 2014, 12:12:05 AM
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My question is why do you have a massive list of private keys? I don't see any use for this other then to mine potential brain wallets hoping that someone will send funds to one of your addresses.

yeah, why?

this is a misuse of electrum...imported keys cannot be restored from seed.  defeats the point of a deterministic wallet.

It's because Electrum doesn't need the whole block chain to work (about 17GB? I have a 3mbps connection. That's gonna take a while.)
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August 25, 2014, 12:13:00 AM
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My question is why do you have a massive list of private keys? I don't see any use for this other then to mine potential brain wallets hoping that someone will send funds to one of your addresses.

Yeah. Just a side project for a paper. I'm gonna submit my results to someone Smiley
Simply write a script to convert the file.  It is very simple.  Read in one line from the file, convert it, output the line to a different file.  Isn't that part of doing the paper?

Why didn't you put them in the correct format when you created the file in the first place?

Can't you just fix the program to correct the output and then just run it again?

1. I generated the list.
2. "Read in one line from the file, convert it, output to a different file" Oh yeah. I'm gonna try making that script (I hope I can do it on Windows)
OK if that is too difficult then
1: fix the program that is generating the addresses
2: run it again

I'm gonna do that right now. Will post back results Smiley
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August 25, 2014, 12:13:21 AM
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My question is why do you have a massive list of private keys? I don't see any use for this other then to mine potential brain wallets hoping that someone will send funds to one of your addresses.

yeah, why?

this is a misuse of electrum...imported keys cannot be restored from seed.  defeats the point of a deterministic wallet.

It's because Electrum doesn't need the whole block chain to work (about 17GB? I have a 3mbps connection. That's gonna take a while.)
Just use a different (non deterministic) wallet.

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August 25, 2014, 12:18:04 AM
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My question is why do you have a massive list of private keys? I don't see any use for this other then to mine potential brain wallets hoping that someone will send funds to one of your addresses.

yeah, why?

this is a misuse of electrum...imported keys cannot be restored from seed.  defeats the point of a deterministic wallet.

It's because Electrum doesn't need the whole block chain to work (about 17GB? I have a 3mbps connection. That's gonna take a while.)
Just use a different (non deterministic) wallet.

I don't need the deterministic nature of electrum. I just want to use it because

1. It supports bulk importation of private keys
2. It doesn't need the full blockchain (saves me some bandwidth)
3. It's compact and simple (1 executable, can be run from anywhere, ease of use when it comes to using multiple wallets)
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