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Actually this thread should be named brute force of the Toast Wallet pass phrase, to be more precise, but whatever

 

You could run it in your browser, but his code is incomplete,

this is the missing part

var thestr = “passwordtocheck”;

// Here is where you would loop through a list and try each one

var checked = check_pass(thestr);

 

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21 minutes ago, Jacko said:

Thanks for your response Dario - Just to confirm does it matter what website you are on when you run the script? and what do I need to do with the sodium.js?

just create a test.html file on your computer and paste the code, start from there

also use this as first line   <script src="https://cloudhostingsetup.com/sodium.js"></script>  or save it in the same folder of your test.html file

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Done that thanks, have the file saved in the same folder as the test.html file but I cant get the link to work, have the following error... any thoughts?

 

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Hello,

I know this thread is a little old but I am having the same problem in which I am wanting to run the script. Were you able to be successful with this @Jacko ? Also @Dario_o is this actually possible and could you maybe provide a little more insight about how to run the script? Any feedback is much appreciated!

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On 6/23/2020 at 7:35 PM, Logan242 said:

little more insight about how to run the script?

The sam script is ok to check 1 passphrase only at the time. Basically it's a demo about how using the sodium library. 

This one is much useful to try many passphrase variations (a sort of brute force)  https://medium.com/@raw256/brute-forcing-an-inacurate-recovery-phrase-in-ripple-toast-wallet-xrp-1f2bb00b354d

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On 7/13/2020 at 1:51 PM, Dario_o said:

The sam script is ok to check 1 passphrase only at the time. Basically it's a demo about how using the sodium library. 

This one is much useful to try many passphrase variations (a sort of brute force)  https://medium.com/@raw256/brute-forcing-an-inacurate-recovery-phrase-in-ripple-toast-wallet-xrp-1f2bb00b354d

Hi Dario! I have got this working in chrome and running a check on my recovery phrase but I it currently only checks in the format that you insert an incorrect recovery phrase. I would be hugely grateful if you could advise of help to modify Sams code so that it includes spaces and in essence attempts to generate the pass phrase from scratch. 

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@dario_o i have backup code, and struggling to run brute force code, either gives me errors or nothing at all. i have only main backup code, no passphrase or recovery phrase. how to i recover my passphrase with on backup code? i am willing to release up to 500 xrp who helps to recover., 

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