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Brute-force your Multibit Classic wallet on mac OSX with btcrecover.

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thelastrealdude (1 month ago)
Sir, thank you soo much for this amazing tutorial!!! Amazing. It's running. I'll try the Typo function next, for I think thats the problem. But now I have everything I need to regain access to my wallet. Thank you so much. Have a great day!
datans1 (3 months ago)
This doesn't include instructions on how to use the typos. Do I create a second .txt file of typos and run the command using --tokenlist token.txt typos.txt?
datans1 (3 months ago)
oh I discovered the typos 2 or 3 or 4 +++ function.
datans1 (3 months ago)
I managed to get it to use the leet-map file, but it's really not very effective. I created a test wallet with a password A5$face. in the token.txt i put in 'ass' and 'face' both 5 and $ are used in the leet-map file, but it would never come up with that combo. I also edited the token.txt to have 'A5$' and 'face'. all it had to do was put those two together and it still didn't come up with it.
Bitcoin Daytrader (3 months ago)
datans1, glad to hear your btcrecover is working.. I uploaded a video on the btcrecover.py--typos-map typos.txt --typos (amount) toppic, on windows but the princple is the same you can find it here https://youtu.be/maQyIC_eV0s
Malubvra (8 months ago)
I was confused trying this on windows as there were two command boxes to input; one for Windows and Python’s own itself. I guess it would be windows run as it has to collate all files inc. key file and passwordlist txt file.
Malubvra (8 months ago)
Do you know if it’s a fairly similar process on windows? I have lots of possible passwords my private key could be but I know they’re all derivatives on the same theme. I usually get the “could not decrypt bytes” error message for most but for one passcode I get “incorrect AES key”, whatever that means; hopefully my password is some variant on that possible.
Hoyle Jackson (8 months ago)
i cannot get past the instal for py crypto i get error code 1 any advice? thanks!
Bitcoin Daytrader (8 months ago)
Hi Hoyle, How is it going? Did you finish the installation? I saw you trying to enter the libscrypt folder, but you don't need to enter the libscrypt folder, as long as it is installed you are probably good to go.
Hoyle Jackson (8 months ago)
of course now this is trolling me. creating: libscrypt-master/ inflating: libscrypt-master/.gitignore inflating: libscrypt-master/LICENSE inflating: libscrypt-master/Makefile inflating: libscrypt-master/README.md inflating: libscrypt-master/b64.c inflating: libscrypt-master/b64.h inflating: libscrypt-master/crypto-mcf.c inflating: libscrypt-master/crypto-scrypt-saltgen.c inflating: libscrypt-master/crypto_scrypt-check.c inflating: libscrypt-master/crypto_scrypt-hash.c inflating: libscrypt-master/crypto_scrypt-hexconvert.c inflating: libscrypt-master/crypto_scrypt-hexconvert.h inflating: libscrypt-master/crypto_scrypt-nosse.c inflating: libscrypt-master/libscrypt.h inflating: libscrypt-master/libscrypt.version inflating: libscrypt-master/main.c inflating: libscrypt-master/sha256.c inflating: libscrypt-master/sha256.h inflating: libscrypt-master/slowequals.c inflating: libscrypt-master/slowequals.h inflating: libscrypt-master/sysendian.h Gos-MacBook-Pro:libscrypt-master goducks$ cd libscrypt-master Gos-MacBook-Pro:libscrypt-master goducks$ cd libscrypt-master -bash: cd: libscrypt-master: No such file or directory
Hoyle Jackson (8 months ago)
got it! my xcode needed updating. thanks for the help!
Bitcoin Daytrader (8 months ago)
Hi Hoyle, I don't know why you would get the error, but I assume you already check for spelling errors. Do you have Python27 installed? do you have installed x-code? these are the commands: xcode-select --installsudo pip install pycrypto
Mind Invaders (8 months ago)
and the wallet I'm talking about it multibithd
Bitcoin Daytrader (8 months ago)
Hi Mind Invaders, If you are using the multibit HD wallet and know the 12 word backup phrase you can get your private keys by using a tool like I did in my tutorial: https://youtu.be/quxG0sqv_Io
Mind Invaders (8 months ago)
Bro so i know by password what i need is my private key. how do i get that ?? Please help I've got this wallet with some on it stuck for a while. please elaborate on how to decrypt private key
Super Kool Guy (9 months ago)
and how to make ur own bitcoin wallet save and easy people without connecting internet like cold wallet type
Bitcoin Daytrader (9 months ago)
I could make a video on the subject in the future, but for now you can find some of the information on Mnemonic Codes (12 word backup phrases from HD wallets) in a tutorial I made on getting Bitcoin Cash from your Multibit HD wallet. https://youtu.be/quxG0sqv_Io
Super Kool Guy (9 months ago)
can u explain in video about HD Wallets less people know and ur expert on this
Bitcoin Daytrader (9 months ago)
I think so yes I use it too, but you have to backup the 12 word phrase, and if you don't use the wallet you also have the opportunity to see and thus backup your private keys. But be aware, JAXX is an HD wallet when sending funds your addresses change and also the private keys.
Super Kool Guy (9 months ago)
is jaxx wallet is safe i use jaxx wallet bro
Bitcoin Daytrader (9 months ago)
Hi Sagar, I suggest sending btc to a wallet address of which you know the private key, since the private key is the most important part of your wallet. Write down the privatekey on a couple of papers and keep this safe with your other official documents like passport or banking documents. You should also leave a copy on a other safe place, like at a family member or in a safe at the bank. If you need to access the funds in the future, you only have to install a wallet that supports importing private keys. *****BE AWARE***** When you are using a HD wallet (a wallet that uses the 12 word backup phrase) your funds move around on personal addresses when sending funds, so when you send an amount of btc from your wallet to someone your address will be empty, because after the transaction the remaining fund will be send to an other address within your wallet. In this case it is best to backup the 12 words like the private key above, since the backup phrase is used to generate several different addresses and private keys for one wallet.
Super Kool Guy (9 months ago)
king is back in video :) bro i have question i have account on trading site if suddenly that web freez my withdrawal so how can i get my fund back any clue on this topic
Super Kool Guy (9 months ago)
thanks bro thanks for info i have account on binance and second request can you make a video of how to make our own wallet on pc
Bitcoin Daytrader (9 months ago)
Hi Sagar, When you are using an online trading website you only get access to the bitcoin address using the login from the website. Unfortunately they are controlling the private keys of the addresses you use on their website, and it is the private key of an address that you need to send funds. When the website disappears you lose all access to your wallet's. I personally dislike this because I have lost a fair amount of 0.2 btc over the last couple of years due to websites all of a sudden shutting down. www.dgex.com www.coinedup.com www.cryptsy.com www.btc-e.com I hope that future exchange websites come up with a solution to this problem Until that time my advise would be spread the risk by using different websites, and research the website. Laws and regulation on websites depend o the location of the server hosting the website, so search for an exchange with good laws protecting users. But I guess this will always be a gamble.
Cool Hand Crypto (9 months ago)
Lost bitcoin on multibit this week. Any suggestions? https://youtu.be/GOaIoLDRdHA
Bitcoin Daytrader (9 months ago)
Hi Cool Hand Crypto, I took the time to check your transactions, first I checked the addresses. The Multibit HD wallet works on the BIP32 multi addresses protocol, that means that every time you receive btc it creates a new address, and every time you spend btc is empty's the receiving addresses completely and sends the amount you wish to send to the receiver (coinbase) and that what is left is send to a new address within your wallet. (this is for your own privacy, so it is impossible to know how much btc is in your Multibit Wallet, because you cannot know which addresses belong together in one wallet.) Your 2nd address (starting with 19Hd) is your final balance as you can see on the blockchain: https://blockchain.info/address/19HdVs3nffppHEnPs58PV6ucWSdVYcVk5u As you can see here, when you did your transaction to coinbase all your receiving addresses send an amount to coinbase and the remainder to the 19Hd address. Your transaction to coinbase are not yet confirmed in the blockchain. The following are your 3 addresses that send to coinbase: https://blockchain.info/nl/address/1HCKn2UTHsCLvALuYdysKbqahGNeXTJx1G https://blockchain.info/nl/address/1FWRiYKUUXNFdAqNLckgW7XTiLbzS2xWuc https://blockchain.info/nl/address/1LTwn66XMbTbbpc486nZEnW1RVi9SdvWqx As you can see they are all empty now, but they send the 0.062 (all 3 combined) to the following address (I assume it is your receiving address on coinbase) https://blockchain.info/nl/address/18mpkLKyhPFxXU3Arij2Wkd93Eo9BWsdyw My suggestion is wait it out, and hopefully it won't take very long to get confirmed, but it seems like you send it with a small fee(0.0005), which means it could take a long time. I did send an amount of btc last month, that took an hour to get confirmed with a terrible amount of fee (0.003 btc, like 40-50$) I hope your transaction gets confirmed soon friend.

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