Electrum-3.3.4
#1
Hello guys!
I have lost file with my passwords and i am wonder can i pick password with help of hashcat. Problem that
hash begins from electrum$4...
As i understand it is 4 salt type. How can i crack it ?
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#2
btcrecover.py
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#3
Readme to btcrecovery.py says
Electrum (1.x and 2.x) only supported
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#4
please read this: https://github.com/hashcat/hashcat/issues/1806
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#5
(09-13-2019, 06:40 AM)philsmd Wrote: please read this: https://github.com/hashcat/hashcat/issues/1806
so... Bro, are you working now under Electrum4 and Electrum5 salt ?
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#6
I don't think anybody has started working on implementing this algo in hashcat.

The details are kind of clear now given the proof of concept in perl.

It should be also doable to use that elliptic curve library, although it could be a little bit of work to get it compiled for all platforms using our src/Makefile (mingw, cygwin, cross-compile windows binaries under linux).

There was little user interest for that specific github issue and algo so far Sad
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#7
(09-13-2019, 11:26 AM)philsmd Wrote: I don't think anybody has started working on implementing this algo in hashcat.

The details are kind of clear now given the proof of concept in perl.

It should be also doable to use that elliptic curve library, although it could be a little bit of work to get it compiled for all platforms using our src/Makefile (mingw, cygwin, cross-compile windows binaries under linux).

There was little user interest for that specific github issue and algo so far Sad

Very sad to hear this...

Electrum is the most popular bitcoin client  - light and safe. Hashcat  devs should keep this format up to date...
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#8
hashcat is free open source software. You can program the module yourself or hire someone to do it for you.
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