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November 24, 2015, 03:04:48 PM
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Ok, if I put the 1 BTC on escrow, and after making sure that your wallet indeed have the 12 BTC that you say; then escrow will release the 1 BTC to you, deal?

How do you make sure they dont spend the 12 BTC after 1 BTC was released by escrow?

I will only be sure after I open the wallet and transfer the BTC to my wallet Wink

I don't know what mean  Escrow and don't understand what you say?
What I want is : You send me 1 BTC and I will send you wallet.dat  , where located 12 BTC and also all I know about that encrypted password. For me was costing this 12 BTC only $ 60, so I will have profit already if you send me 1 btc. So lets do it! This is win win situation.


The only problem with that is the risk of your wallet being empty. Will you do it the other way around? Will you send me the wallet.dat with all you know about the password, and then I will send you the 1 BTC?

I can help you to restore/recover your wallet or password.
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November 26, 2015, 10:11:15 PM
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The only problem with that is the risk of your wallet being empty. Will you do it the other way around? Will you send me the wallet.dat with all you know about the password, and then I will send you the 1 BTC?

I am tired at this bull sh talk. You just living paycheck to paycheck and have not money for 1 BTC.
There always be some one who are serious and want do good deal. So knock off your Bla bla bla talk and I will be a round and wait who have that little money to invest and take good profit from it.

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November 26, 2015, 10:18:02 PM
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I am tired at this bull sh talk. You just living paycheck to paycheck and have not money for 1 BTC.
There always be some one who are serious and want do good deal. So knock off your Bla bla bla talk and I will be a round and wait who have that little money to invest and take good profit from it.

Yep that must be it. Its impossible that its that you are

#1 a newbie account that can easily fanish without any consequences
#2 unable or unwilling to go an inch out of your way to make a deal happen
#3 unable or unwilling to accept commonly accepted help
#4 unable or unwilling to even show an address or otherwise prove that you own the claimed amount in the past.

Just go back to grinding faucets[1], no one here is stupid enough to fall for your attempts.

[1] https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/1KNxTij6FFN2Y7HrpPXTGxz79zWsP6ZKgk

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November 26, 2015, 11:40:13 PM
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[1] https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/1KNxTij6FFN2Y7HrpPXTGxz79zWsP6ZKgk
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Man, you take from me lot of time and I don't see any donation. If you not given nothing , why then put up my donation Bitcoin address. Smallest donation by BTC system are 5430 Satosi, so do it. Or you wanted let everybody know how much I have there. Why not you show yours Pay Check man?Huh? I hate Homos!

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November 27, 2015, 12:13:01 AM
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Man, you take from me lot of time and I don't see any donation. If you not given nothing , why then put up my donation Bitcoin address. Smallest donation by BTC system are 5430 Satosi, so do it. Or you wanted let everybody know how much I have there. Why not you show yours Pay Check man?Huh? I hate Homos!

Think little, why people giving for me donation, Why? Supposed be a reason for that. Probably somewhere some place I did good if people giving me something.

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November 27, 2015, 09:16:50 AM
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Man, you take from me lot of time and I don't see any donation.

I dont take your time, you come here. I dont force you.

If you not given nothing , why then put up my donation Bitcoin address. Smallest donation by BTC system are 5430 Satosi, so do it.

Dust is currently 2730 satoshi, but I dont see a reason to donate a single one to you.

Or you wanted let everybody know how much I have there. Why not you show yours Pay Check man?Huh?

Im sure you can do your own research and find a couple addresses I control.

I hate Homos!

Are you not a human yourself? Dont bother answering this will be me last post towards you.

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November 27, 2015, 05:42:55 PM
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Are you not a human yourself? Dont bother answering this will be me last post towards you.

+10 Smiley

I can help you to restore/recover your wallet or password.
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November 28, 2015, 06:13:49 AM
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To Paycheck man,
I was wounder and become inclusion I will put Bitcoin address out , where located 12 BTC, but that will cost for you paycheck man 20 Euros = 0.0597 BTC,
and then if you see there still have 12 BTC, you say sorry and add 1 Euro = 0.00030 BTC to my 1KNxTij6FFN2Y7HrpPXTGxz79zWsP6ZKgk
And you are forgiven.
Then you send me 1 BTC and we do Deal and everybody happy.
I hope you don't start again find some excuses, you are by that way DOING  just MASTERMIND.
I know, I know, I love you too...

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November 30, 2015, 11:07:21 PM
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On OS X (10.8.5) I get this in Terminal when trying to run btcrecover on my wallet (double clicking the btcrecover.py file only starts Xcode, so I drag and drop it in to the terminal):

Ms-Mac-Pro:~ m$ /Users/m/Desktop/btcrecover-master/btcrecover.py --wallet wallet.dat --tokenlist tokens.txt --autosave savefile
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/m/Desktop/btcrecover-master/btcrecover.py", line 4952, in <module>
    parse_arguments(sys.argv[1:])
  File "/Users/m/Desktop/btcrecover-master/btcrecover.py", line 2501, in parse_arguments
    default_filename=TOKENS_AUTO_FILENAME, permit_stdin=True, make_peekable=True)
  File "/Users/m/Desktop/btcrecover-master/btcrecover.py", line 2308, in open_or_use
    file = open(filename, mode)
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: 'tokens.txt'
Ms-Mac-Pro:~ m$


I can't understand the error message.
The tokens.txt is placed in the btcrecover-master folder, I made it plain text.

Edit:
I tried some more times and the Terminal error is this now this:

Ms-Mac-Pro:btcrecover-master m$ /Users/m/Desktop/btcrecover-master/btcrecover.py --wallet wallet.dat --tokenlist tokens.txt --autosave savefile
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/m/Desktop/btcrecover-master/btcrecover.py", line 4952, in <module>
    parse_arguments(sys.argv[1:])
  File "/Users/m/Desktop/btcrecover-master/btcrecover.py", line 2842, in parse_arguments
    load_global_wallet(args.wallet)
  File "/Users/m/Desktop/btcrecover-master/btcrecover.py", line 211, in load_global_wallet
    loaded_wallet = load_wallet(wallet_filename)
  File "/Users/m/Desktop/btcrecover-master/btcrecover.py", line 196, in load_wallet
    return wallet_type.load_from_filename(wallet_filename)
  File "/Users/m/Desktop/btcrecover-master/btcrecover.py", line 667, in load_from_filename
    import bsddb.db
  File "/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/bsddb/__init__.py", line 67, in <module>
    import _bsddb
ImportError: No module named _bsddb
Ms-Mac-Pro:btcrecover-master m$

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January 12, 2016, 02:53:05 AM
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Any script authors or white hats interested in making a hundred BTC or so, send me a message.

I sent you a PM.

I've since discovered that it's possible to test whether I've cracked your password without having any of your encrypted keys.

If you can just give us your encrypted master key, the salt, the number of iterations, and your best guess at what you think the passphrase is, we can attempt to find a passphrase that decrypts the master key and know when we've done it, but without getting access to any of your funds.

To get the information we need, get a copy of Gavin's bitcointools: https://github.com/gavinandresen/bitcointools and make the following change in wallet.py:

Code:
-      print("Master Key %d"%(d['nID']) + ": 0x"+ short_hex(d['crypted_key']) +
-            ", Salt: 0x"+ short_hex(d['salt']) +
+      print("Master Key %d"%(d['nID']) + ": 0x"+ long_hex(d['crypted_key']) +
+            ", Salt: 0x"+ long_hex(d['salt']) +

Then close bitcoin-qt and run:

Code:
./dbdump.py --wallet | grep Master.Key

from the bitcointools directory.

It should print a single line, like this:

Code:
Master Key 1: 0x47994851532eb7479886f5dc3c923df2d8a57d1f687d0d41808dee394b50259b209e587f677a3b69db1448ecb18e0d39, Salt: 0xa66b5e971bbd8106. Passphrase hashed 95913 times with method 0 with other parameters 0x

Using this, and bitcoin-qt's crypter.cpp, anyone can verify that the passphrase is 'abc'.  But since nobody has a copy of the wallet I encrypted with 'abc', nobody has access to the coins in the wallet.


DEAR SIR PLZ HELP ME I HAVE PROBLEM PASSPHRASE LOST BUT MKEY I HAVE TO FIND IN HOW RECOVER IT
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January 12, 2016, 10:02:05 AM
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DEAR SIR PLZ HELP ME I HAVE PROBLEM PASSPHRASE LOST BUT MKEY I HAVE TO FIND IN HOW RECOVER IT

You should try to contact dave -> http://www.walletrecoveryservices.com/

or open your own thread with more information. Maybe we can help you to help yourself.

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February 28, 2016, 10:04:56 AM
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Hello just to let you know that I am making a noob guide to btcrecover here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1379957.msg14035804#msg14035804

btw some help to install the pyopencl module would be rightly appreciated  Cheesy.

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May 17, 2016, 01:10:31 PM
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I need a help guys, I forgot password of my wallet (maybe part of it I know, some words for instance, but not sure about the order).

I tried with Revelion scripts but when I run brute script it says "incorrect RPC user/pass". I am running latest bitcoin core, and Revelion scripts are a bit old, hence there might be some incompatibilities. Anyhow, I manually made bitcoin.conf file and set the same user ans pass as in script, but script still won't run.

Do you have any other solution that works with latest bitcoin core?

I also tried this script https://github.com/gurnec/btcrecover/blob/master/TUTORIAL.md#windows--bitcoin-core-multibit-classic-or-electrum , script itself runs but no password match (I tried with all "possible" words that could be within the password but with no result), hence I doubt it actually works.   
 
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May 17, 2016, 06:15:10 PM
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I need a help guys, I forgot password of my wallet (maybe part of it I know, some words for instance, but not sure about the order).

I tried with Revelion scripts but when I run brute script it says "incorrect RPC user/pass". I am running latest bitcoin core, and Revelion scripts are a bit old, hence there might be some incompatibilities. Anyhow, I manually made bitcoin.conf file and set the same user ans pass as in script, but script still won't run.

Do you have any other solution that works with latest bitcoin core?

I also tried this script https://github.com/gurnec/btcrecover/blob/master/TUTORIAL.md#windows--bitcoin-core-multibit-classic-or-electrum , script itself runs but no password match (I tried with all "possible" words that could be within the password but with no result), hence I doubt it actually works.  
 

btcrecover works, I can confirm it; it's the one I use and it certainly works. The most probably thing, is that you are not putting enough words on the password, or not the right ones. Other possibility is that your wallet.dat file is corrupted.

I can help you, just check my signature and if you agree, contact me.

Hope you can get your coins back. Cheers.

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May 17, 2016, 07:11:43 PM
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Might been said before. Didn't bother to read the complete thread TL;DR
I've been looking into this tool in the past https://github.com/gurnec/btcrecover
Might be helpful.


I've got a friend with the same problem, but the wallet only contains 0.22BTC
We did not bother too much, yet.

edit: ok ok, at least I could have read the last post before me :-)
I see you've already been advised about btcrecover

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June 02, 2016, 07:58:14 PM
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btchris, is there any btcrecover official thread yet, isn't?

I configured easily the GPU accelerated recovery over Windows 7 64bit. Nowadays I used as recommended all 32bit stuff, I will try the 64bit and Linux configuration later.

The setup is: Asrock H81 Pro BTC, Intel G3220, 2x 4GB RAM, 3x MSI R9 280X Twin Frozr with stock clocks.

Best results were with all combinations of --global-ws 32768, 65536 and --local-ws 64, 128, 256 averaging 11.25 kP/s. Pretty fast stuff.

Anyone have some other benchmarks to compare?



Did you test it against a bitcoin core wallet?

I got 1.65 kP/s with a single GeForce GTX 970 using --global-ws 65536 and --local-ws 1024, but somehow the password is not found, see screenshot below.



Yes, it was tested with bitcoin core.

Also getting 13-13.5 kP/s now with this configuration: Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H, Intel G3250, 4GB RAM 1600, SSD Kingston V300, 5x HD7950 with stock clocks and USB 3.0 risers. Which renders 2600-2700 P/s per HD7950.

Will be any improvement in performance by connecting the GPUs directly to the motherboard ? I don´t know if the bus is important for btcrecover.
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June 09, 2016, 07:01:53 AM
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I need a help guys, I forgot password of my wallet (maybe part of it I know, some words for instance, but not sure about the order).

I tried with Revelion scripts but when I run brute script it says "incorrect RPC user/pass". I am running latest bitcoin core, and Revelion scripts are a bit old, hence there might be some incompatibilities. Anyhow, I manually made bitcoin.conf file and set the same user ans pass as in script, but script still won't run.

Do you have any other solution that works with latest bitcoin core?

I also tried this script https://github.com/gurnec/btcrecover/blob/master/TUTORIAL.md#windows--bitcoin-core-multibit-classic-or-electrum , script itself runs but no password match (I tried with all "possible" words that could be within the password but with no result), hence I doubt it actually works.   
 


I want to help you, I have some equipment and necessary programs.
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