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Can't send! How to turn off Disabled_Masterkey when Standard_Key secret is lost?


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Can't send! How to turn off Disabled_Masterkey when Standard_Key secret is lost?

 

"Master Key" is disabled. "Regular Key" is enabled, but I don't have the secret key for it (but I do have the secret for Master!). So how to kill "Regular Key"? 

 

Ripple Says: If your address has a regular key pair defined, you can use the secret key of the regular key pair to authorize transactions. - But I don't have the secret key for this, only for the master.

 

Ripple Says: If your regular key is compromised, but the master key is not, you can use a SetRegularKey transaction to regain control of your address. In some cases, you can even send a key reset transaction without paying the transaction cost - Sounds great but since Master Key is disabled it errors everytime I try this with "Master Key is Disabled" error.

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