Providing Cryptocurrency Wallet, Password and Seed Recovery Services since 2013
Have you forgotten your Wallet Password?
If you have forgotten or lost the password, passphrase or seed words to your crypto-currency wallet, then that money would normally be lost for ever.
However, if you recall some part of your password, or you think the password was not too complex, then we can help you.
We have run a service since 2013 that can take your wallet information, your best guesses for your remembered password / passphrase / seed, and attempt a brute force decryption of your wallet.
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To find passwords, we have created a highly-optimized multi-threaded C++ program to perform the brute-force decryption. This service is designed right from the start to be a scalable solution - it runs on a cluster of high performance Linux boxes, hosted locally and on the Amazon EC2 cloud. This enables us to scale up to very large numbers of computing cores at will.
Some of the wallet encryption formats are suitable for solving on GPU (video card) hardware. In these instances, we have hand-crafted highly optimized GPU software to provide huge speed advantages.
The algorithms used to generate the password permutations are proprietary. They are extremely thorough, while also being flexible in order to handle unusual requirements.
Wallets and Coins
We can decrypt Bitcoin and Litecoin wallets, Ethereum pre-sale and Mist/Geth/Eth wallets and most of the other altcoin wallets (e.g. Monero, Dogecoin etc). We support hardware wallets such as Trezor and Ledger. We support brain wallets and BIP38 or BIP44 encoded wallets too. The list of wallets and coins we support is rather long - the full list is here.
Recently added wallets include:
- Samourai wallet - Added Jul 2019
- BRD wallet - Added Jun 2019
- Trust wallet - Added Feb 2019
- Edge wallet - Added May 2019
- Utrum wallet - Added May 2019
- Verso wallet - Added May 2019
Should you trust us with your wallet? Why won’t we just steal your money? Good questions. If you send us your wallet, and we decrypt the password, then it would be possible for us to steal the money that the wallet holds (we won’t, but you can’t be sure of that).
Our answer is that we run a sustainable business, which has been in operation continuously from 2013 through today (mid 2019). We have helped customers numbering in the thousands, and pride ourselves on our honesty. Please see our testimonials page.
With some wallets (bitcoin-core and forks), the search for the password can be conducted in a manner which means you do not have to trust us with the full wallet. See the FAQ page for details.
We would like to decrypt your wallet to recover your lost Bitcoin funds. We want to do this because it is fun, it helps you, and we see the possibility of a monetary reward for us. You can pay in Bitcoins, Ether or other coins, typically from the funds in the recovered wallet. Just send us the wallet details, and we’ll try our best to decrypt it. Generally, we ask for a fee of 20% of the value of the wallet, but this is payable ONLY if we succeed in decrypting your wallet and returning your funds to you. If you have a serious need for our services, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll work something out.
If you have forgotten or misplaced your password, send us your wallet (or a subset of your wallet details for bitcoin-core wallets), and your best guess of the remembered wallet password or passphrase. Refer to our contact details for more detailed information. Email the information to email@example.com
Other questions may be answered in our FAQ.