XRPName Posted February 1, 2021 Share Posted February 1, 2021 Hi everyone, I've seen other threads about this, but all of the ones relating to my specific situation are 3+ years old and don't seem to work anymore. Situation: I found an original ripple-wallet.txt file on an old drive. Anything on there is from 2013 or 2014, and nothing has moved or changed since then. I have what I'm pretty certain are the username and password I originally signed up with on the original Ripple web client. I do not have the actual wallet address, secret key, or any other information. All the old threads I've seen relating to this scenario suggested downloading an old Ripple desktop client, loading the wallet.txt file, and logging in with that username and password combo. I've tried that, and I get a notice before even entering any info saying that I won't be able to log in with original usernames and passwords like that. (I don't remember which wallet I tried, but if anyone has any that are still relatively current/up-to-date/working, I can give another client a shot). I also tried following the steps here to decrypt the wallet and pull out the address and/or secret key, but that doesn't seem to be working for me - I just get an error when running the actual recovery script. (If anyone knows anything about this script, I can provide more details). Is there any other way to recover this, or has anyone done this more recently than all these older threads I'm finding? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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