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bruteforce-wallet

Package

  • bruteforce-wallet - Try to find the password of an encrypted wallet file

Usage

Usage: bruteforce-wallet [options] <wallet file> 
Options:
-b <string> Beginning of the password.
default: ""
-e <string> End of the password.
default: ""
-f <file> Read the passwords from a file instead of generating them.
-h Show help and quit.
-l <length> Minimum password length (beginning and end included).
default: 1
-m <length> Maximum password length (beginning and end included).
default: 8
-s <string> Password character set.
default: "0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU
VWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz"
-t <n> Number of threads to use.
default: 1
-v <n> Print progress info every n seconds.
-w <file> Restore the state of a previous session if the file exists,
then write the state to the file regularly (~ every minute).
Sending a USR1 signal to a running bruteforce-wallet process
makes it print progress info to standard error and continue.

Install bruteforce-wallet
sudo apt install bruteforce-wallet
Remove bruteforce-wallet
sudo apt remove bruteforce-wallet

Depends
  • libc6 - GNU C Library - Shared libraries
  • libdb5.3t64 - Secure Sockets Layer toolkit - Shared libraries
  • libssl3t64 - Secure Sockets Layer toolkit - Shared libraries

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