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With no server and only in the browser I’m generating an a bip39 key and giving the user the mnemonic to store some place safe for restoring, I also want the user to be able to login with a password.
1) Could I encrypt the mnemonic with a password?
2) If I do encrypt the mnemonic, which algorithm should I use?
I am new user i crate my bitcoin wallet on zebpay then my friend tell me to creat bitcoin wallet on blockchain.info as he suggest me i creat new bitcoine wallet and send 40000 INR in new wallet after a week i try to open my wallet but i forgot my password when i try to recover it system says to 12 word but i have no knowledge about 12 word now how i recover my money please anybody help me
Here is all my current versions are :
If I am trying to send bitcoin from my account at that time it’ll send error like
error: Error decrypting wallet, please check that your password is correct
ini_set('max_execution_time', 0); require_once(dirname(dirname(dirname(dirname(__DIR__)))) . '/vendor/apiv1/vendor/autoload.php'); $ Blockchain = new \Blockchain\Blockchain('XXXXXX-XXXx-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXX'); $ Blockchain->setServiceUrl('http://127.0.0.1:3000/'); $ wallet_id = 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX'; $ wallert_password = 'XXXXXXX'; $ Blockchain->Wallet->credentials($ wallet_id, $ wallert_password); $ send_request = $ Blockchain->Wallet->send('1XXXXCccccddXdssn7RS73g2qsnkZ9',"0.0001","1");
please help on same ASAP
I typed in the password very carefully, the same 5 digit password I use on another program. I know and remember exactly what I typed, I didn’t type anything incorrectly. I got an error message saying the password was too short. Then the program crashed. When I relaunched it, the wallet is encrypted but it won’t accept the password that I put in. How can I get my bitcoins back and/or unencrypt the wallet?
It is possible for some encrypted wallet to spend coins (e.g. this one) without requesting a decryption password or any other form a authentication. Of course, a password is requested when first importing the wallet file, but nothing after that. This seemingly means that a simple user process has access to my private keys. What prevents another process from replicating the same code and reading the same files so as to spend my coins? There appears to be a major vulnerability, which I am guessing is not real. What cryptographic trick is in play here, to allow such wallet behavior without exposing the user’s private keys?