Aug 06, 2017  Generate your own random ether private key generate a random private key KzsA5FiofFz3pzgB9TYZaJ2rfRWk8VcRLX468XF9ijFPYcsbnWiH (52. Three very small observations: In your function generateprivatekeywif, you never use hashed, you re-compute it for the return value. In a nice self-contained module like this one, you should definitely add docstrings to your functions.Have a look at PEP257 to see how they are defined. You currently do from ecdsa.keys import SigningKey, but never use it. As per my understanding user seed somehow gets generated into a private key, then using that private key to derive the public key and from that you derive the address. Does anyone have any further information on how this achieved with javascript or what is the architecture for this kind of setup. Any help on understanding it would be great. There are random generated Bitcoin private keys, converted into WIF format and hashed to addresses. After getting Bitcoin address we check the quantity of transactions (Tx) and get its balance. If you see any address with transactions, we will store this address into leak database and will try.

Please use https://github.com/ethcore/parity/tree/master/ethkey

Ethereum keys generator.

Usage

Examples

info <secret>

Display info about private key.

Generate Random Ethereum Private Key
  • <secret> - ethereum secret, 32 bytes long

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generate brain <seed>

Generate new brain-wallet keypair using 16384 iterations.

  • <seed> - brain-wallet seed, any string

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generate random

Generate new keypair randomly.

Random

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generate prefix <prefix> <iterations>

Generate new keypair randomly with address starting with prefix.

  • <prefix> - desired address prefix, 0 - 32 bytes long.
  • <iterations> - maximum number of tries before generation is assumed to be a failure.

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Generate Ethereum Private Key

sign <secret> <message>

Sign a message with a secret.

  • <secret> - ethereum secret, 32 bytes long
  • <message> - message to sign, 32 bytes long

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verify public <public> <signature> <message>

Verify the signature.

  • <public> - ethereum public, 64 bytes long
  • <signature> - message signature, 65 bytes long
  • <message> - message, 32 bytes long

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verify address <address> <signature> <message>

Verify the signature.

  • <address> - ethereum address, 20 bytes long
  • <signature> - message signature, 65 bytes long
  • <message> - message, 32 bytes long

this project is a part of the ethcore toolchain

Ethereum Private Key Generator Online

  • ethkey - Ethereum keys generator and signer.
  • ethstore - Ethereum key management.
  • ethabi - Ethereum function calls encoding.
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