ilap,thanks for the reply. You are very kind.
I hope you will make that tool.
I was looking for a password hash that Daedalus can recognize.
For example, it will hash and recover “Secret1234”.
Once the Daedalus remittance password is set to “Secret1234”, you can test the remittance. I searched for that algorithm and found it.
import blakejs from ‘blakejs’;
const bytesToB16 = (bytes) => Buffer.from(bytes).toString(‘hex’);
const blake2b = (data) => blakejs.blake2b(data, null, 32);
export const encryptPassphrase = (passphrase: string) => (
I am going to try this tonight to see if I can create a password hash with this and use it as a money transfer password in Daedalus. Is this possible?
I have the old Daedalus files so I have the LOG too.
I did not set a password on the first Daedalus.
I changed my password.“2019-05-08T10:33:39.476056”,“hasSpendingPassword”
Too bad the password hash was not recorded in secret.key.
Will the secret.key with the password changed in May 2019 work in john?
Why doesn’t john work if I change my password more than once?