Sister found her seed phrase, doesn’t know which wallet she used

I've been trying to help her access her wallet she obtained YEARS ago when she was gifted bitcoin on the internet. This was longg ago and about a year ago she told me she had bitcoin but didn't know any of her info. Fast forward to this year, she moved and found the paper with her "password" but didn't know which email she used, as she's used a ton of aliases.

I checked out the paper and behold.. seed phrase to a wallet! I personally use coinbase, but coinbase doesn't use seed phrases for their wallets. S o o … I'm now trying to figured out how to go about testing this phrase? I don't want to plug it into a bunch of random apps for security purposed. I don't know what wallets are trustable or how I should best proceed with this.

Any tips?

**WOOP, THANKS GUYS. Now to figure out what exactly to do with it. I guess… sit on it? hah

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Dear Bitcoin App developers and hardware wallet manufactures "Please use warrant canaries" It won't prevent governments from installing back doors in our devices but at least will know when it happens. And it will happen at some point. This is not Fud its reality. submitted by /u/StoneHammers
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