Is it possible to create list of addresses and private keys from Counterwallet pass phrase?


#1

Yes, it can be done in several ways and the corresponding private keys can be obtained too.

Counterwallet uses JavaScript to generate the addresses (see https://github.com/CounterpartyXCP/counterwallet/blob/master/src/js/util.bitcore.js).

Anyone can easily generate a list of addresses that belong to their Counterwallet from the pass phrase with this or other utility - Counterwallet uses the standard deterministic path and shows first twenty-odd addresses.

Here we’ll show two methods that can come handy to those who created Counterwallet wallets prior to May 8. The first relies on a built-in feature and may be better for regular wallet users. The second is a 3rd party script that works with which may be more suitable for technical users.

##The built-in method (only for Counterwallet wallets created before May 8, 2014)

This is the recommended method for users who created wallets before May 8, 2014, but you need to know the address from which you want to import. If you don’t have it, then you still need to execute the first step from the second approach (below) to get a list of addresses you had in the old wallet, and then come back.

Login to Counterwallet using your pre-May 8, 2014 pass phrase. You will see 0 funds, because this is effectively a new wallet.

Then select Import Funds > From Old Wallet. Your new wallet will use the same pass phrase to do that, but it will be “translated” to access your old address using the old method that Counterwallet used prior to May 08, 2014.

##Recovering Counterwallet addresses and displaying private keys with bip32utils (works for both pre-May 2014 and the current wallet format)

There’s a ready-made utility script that works well. You can find the complete source in a comment below this post. Visually inspect its content prior to running it and if you wish disconnect yourself from the Internet before you run it. Then you can install it if you wish.

###Example 1: CounterwalletHelper on Linux

  • Install Ubuntu 14.04 or 16.04 (or other distribution, if you can make it).
  • You do not necessarily have to update Ubuntu 14.04 since you want to use Python 2.x (comes with the OS) and you will not need to browse the Internet or provide any services. You can update Ubuntu, but just remember that Python 2.x is a requirement.
  • Install wget if you don’t have it:
$ sudo apt-get install wget python-pip -y
  • Download CounterWalletHelper.py (copy the script from a comment below). Visually inspect it as it is a 3rd party utility.Its MD5 checksum as of the time of writing this article was:
$ md5sum CounterWalletHelper.py
666a608e1e978ae0561bc02e511a508d CounterWalletHelper.py
  • Install required Python packages:
$ sudo pip install bip32utils
$ sudo pip install ecdsa
  • Now get your pass phrase created before May 8 2014 handy.
$ python CounterWalletHelper.py -h
usage: walletHelper [-h] {recover,wallet} ...
Offline helper methods for CounterWallet (BIP32)
positional arguments:
  {recover,wallet} the action to be taken
    recover recover a wallet from a partial passphrase
    wallet open a wallet, show public or private keys
optional arguments:
  -h, --help show this help message and exit

You can do two main things with this utility:

  • get a list of old addresses (in case you want to import them from Counterwallet using the GUI approach above), and
  • get a list of old addresses and their private keys which you then can sweep from any Counterparty-aware (or bitcoin-aware, if you’re sweeping only BTC) wallet. Use your own Counterwallet pass phrase (the pass phrase used below is just a sample).

If you want to dump private keys for the current (created after May 8, 2014) wallet format, simply omit --old and add --show-private. To dump addresses and private keys of your old-format (created before May 8, 2014) wallet, use --old:

$ python CounterWalletHelper.py wallet --old --pass-phrase "god stock reply doctor pity ink glare air sport someone matter reach" --show-private
address: 13oFts8DeGhAUZA5XfRfk5FMg3DuZU8sSp
private key: 797808d6a2d00f8e224f3cc7261545763e45f7bb2f30622f4ecccd3f921e43b3
address: 18zCu2BDysjPkKj7zJHpW5jK1ppSW2HtFF
private key: 1195c21db65e356da151a7a0d6817d3d06e273da50e9966439cee907f4f10971
address: 14qY8H2yNtusuaz4Vf7W4cDVeeoWRUBN1B
private key: b1c14edda8326f4d9c2d9366a4387027a1912a639d4ac57ba1a304ff4369c19f

Now you have three pairs of old-style addresses with their private keys which would allow you to sweep first 3 addresses from old-style Counterwallet or import to Bitcoin Core., If you want to show more addresses (although they may be empty or not visible in your wallet), you can specify a higher number with --search-depth (e.g. --search-depth 10 would show 10 addresses).

###Example 2: CounterwalletHelper.py on Windows

Select, copy, paste to Notepad and save the script to a location you can conveniently access (such as C:). Install Python 2.7.x. If you already have Python 3 installed and in your user PATH that won’t work and you’ll need to specifically run the script using Python 2.x (in our example: c:\python27\python.exe).

Start the Windows Console As Administrator and install bip32utils and ecdsa using pip. You need to run just these two pip commands:

C:\Windows\system32>pip install bip32utils
C:\Windows\system32>pip install ecdsa 

Then close that console and open another console (now as a regular user) and execute the helper script the same way it’s done on Linux. See Linux examples above for examples of how to run the script.

###Example 3: How to show all addresses and private keys that belong to your Counterwallet

Although the utility can generate millions of unique addresses, each Counterwallet wallet can show and use only the “first” 20-odd addresses. Once you get these addresses and private keys, you can access them from anywhere and sweep their contents into a new wallet (our FAQs contain several articles related to sweeping).

c:\python27\python.exe c:\CounterWalletHelper.py wallet ---pass-phrase "god stock reply doctor pity ink glare air sport someone matter reach" --show-private --search-depth 25

This will output 25 addresses and their private keys. To do the same for pre-May 8, 2014 addresses, add --old to the command.

This private key is in 64-bit hexadecimal format and works with Bitcoin Core. To convert it to the native Counterwallet format (Compressed Private Key WIF), you can use many tools including those mentioned on this page.


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#2

I’m posting the source code of CounterwalletHelper.py (Python 2.7) here because the original Github repo isn’t available any more:

import argparse 
import math, struct
from bip32utils.BIP32Key import *
from binascii import unhexlify
from hashlib import sha256
from ecdsa.ecdsa import int_to_string
mnemonic_word_list = ["like","just","love","know","never","want","time","out","there","make","look","eye","down","only","think","heart","back","then","into","about","more","away","still","them","take","thing","even","through","long","always","world","too","friend","tell","try","hand","thought","over","here","other","need","smile","again","much","cry","been","night","ever","little","said","end","some","those","around","mind","people","girl","leave","dream","left","turn","myself","give","nothing","really","off","before","something","find","walk","wish","good","once","place","ask","stop","keep","watch","seem","everything","wait","got","yet","made","remember","start","alone","run","hope","maybe","believe","body","hate","after","close","talk","stand","own","each","hurt","help","home","god","soul","new","many","two","inside","should","true","first","fear","mean","better","play","another","gone","change","use","wonder","someone","hair","cold","open","best","any","behind","happen","water","dark","laugh","stay","forever","name","work","show","sky","break","came","deep","door","put","black","together","upon","happy","such","great","white","matter","fill","past","please","burn","cause","enough","touch","moment","soon","voice","scream","anything","stare","sound","red","everyone","hide","kiss","truth","death","beautiful","mine","blood","broken","very","pass","next","forget","tree","wrong","air","mother","understand","lip","hit","wall","memory","sleep","free","high","realize","school","might","skin","sweet","perfect","blue","kill","breath","dance","against","fly","between","grow","strong","under","listen","bring","sometimes","speak","pull","person","become","family","begin","ground","real","small","father","sure","feet","rest","young","finally","land","across","today","different","guy","line","fire","reason","reach","second","slowly","write","eat","smell","mouth","step","learn","three","floor","promise","breathe","darkness","push","earth","guess","save","song","above","along","both","color","house","almost","sorry","anymore","brother","okay","dear","game","fade","already","apart","warm","beauty","heard","notice","question","shine","began","piece","whole","shadow","secret","street","within","finger","point","morning","whisper","child","moon","green","story","glass","kid","silence","since","soft","yourself","empty","shall","angel","answer","baby","bright","dad","path","worry","hour","drop","follow","power","war","half","flow","heaven","act","chance","fact","least","tired","children","near","quite","afraid","rise","sea","taste","window","cover","nice","trust","lot","sad","cool","force","peace","return","blind","easy","ready","roll","rose","drive","held","music","beneath","hang","mom","paint","emotion","quiet","clear","cloud","few","pretty","bird","outside","paper","picture","front","rock","simple","anyone","meant","reality","road","sense","waste","bit","leaf","thank","happiness","meet","men","smoke","truly","decide","self","age","book","form","alive","carry","escape","damn","instead","able","ice","minute","throw","catch","leg","ring","course","goodbye","lead","poem","sick","corner","desire","known","problem","remind","shoulder","suppose","toward","wave","drink","jump","woman","pretend","sister","week","human","joy","crack","grey","pray","surprise","dry","knee","less","search","bleed","caught","clean","embrace","future","king","son","sorrow","chest","hug","remain","sat","worth","blow","daddy","final","parent","tight","also","create","lonely","safe","cross","dress","evil","silent","bone","fate","perhaps","anger","class","scar","snow","tiny","tonight","continue","control","dog","edge","mirror","month","suddenly","comfort","given","loud","quickly","gaze","plan","rush","stone","town","battle","ignore","spirit","stood","stupid","yours","brown","build","dust","hey","kept","pay","phone","twist","although","ball","beyond","hidden","nose","taken","fail","float","pure","somehow","wash","wrap","angry","cheek","creature","forgotten","heat","rip","single","space","special","weak","whatever","yell","anyway","blame","job","choose","country","curse","drift","echo","figure","grew","laughter","neck","suffer","worse","yeah","disappear","foot","forward","knife","mess","somewhere","stomach","storm","beg","idea","lift","offer","breeze","field","five","often","simply","stuck","win","allow","confuse","enjoy","except","flower","seek","strength","calm","grin","gun","heavy","hill","large","ocean","shoe","sigh","straight","summer","tongue","accept","crazy","everyday","exist","grass","mistake","sent","shut","surround","table","ache","brain","destroy","heal","nature","shout","sign","stain","choice","doubt","glance","glow","mountain","queen","stranger","throat","tomorrow","city","either","fish","flame","rather","shape","spin","spread","ash","distance","finish","image","imagine","important","nobody","shatter","warmth","became","feed","flesh","funny","lust","shirt","trouble","yellow","attention","bare","bite","money","protect","amaze","appear","born","choke","completely","daugh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def makeSeed(phrase, words=mnemonic_word_list):
	n = len(mnemonic_word_list) 
	s = [] 
	for i in range(4):  # len(phrase) / 3 
		w1 = words.index(phrase[3*i])
		w2 = words.index(phrase[3*i + 1])
		w3 = words.index(phrase[3*i + 2])
		s.append(w1 + n*mMod(w2-w1, n) + n*n*mMod(w3 - w2, n)) 
	return s
	
def mMod(a, b): 
	return int(a  - math.floor(a/b)*b) 

def toHex(s):
	seed = '' 
	for i in s: 
		seed += ('0'*8 + format(i, 'x'))[-8:]
	return seed 

def bytesToWords(seed):
	words = {}    
	for i in range(32):     
		ps = (i*8) >> 5
		try: ls = words[ps] 
		except: ls = 0
		try: rs = int(seed[i]) << (24 - (i % 4)*8)
		except: rs = 0
		words[ps] = (ls | rs)
	return words
	
def toWordArray(words):
	b = b'' 
	for i in words:
		b += struct.pack('>i', words[i])
	return b

def createWallet(entropy):
	I = hmac.new("Bitcoin seed", entropy, hashlib.sha512).digest()
	Il, Ir = I[:32], I[32:]
	key = BIP32Key(secret=Il, chain=Ir, depth=0, index=0, fpr='\0\0\0\0', public=False)
	return key

def getAddressAccount(key, n, show_private): 
	AccountZero = key.ChildKey(BIP32_HARDEN)
	ExternalAccount = AccountZero.ChildKey(0)
	address_list = [] 
	for i in range(n):
		AddressAccount = ExternalAccount.ChildKey(i)
		x = {'address': AddressAccount.Address()} 
		if show_private:
			x['private key'] = AddressAccount.PrivateKey().encode('hex')
		address_list.append(x) 
	return address_list 

def openWallet(pass_phrase, depth, show_private=False, old=False):
	step1 = makeSeed(pass_phrase)
	step2 = toHex(step1)
        if old:
                step3 = bytesToWords(step2)
                step4 = toWordArray(step3)
	else:
                step4 = unhexlify(step2) 
        wallet = createWallet(step4) 
	address_list = getAddressAccount(wallet, depth, show_private)
	return address_list

def recoverWallet(known_phrase, known_address, insertion_index, depth=3, old=False): 
	for i in range(1626):
                try_phrase = known_phrase.lower().strip().split(' ')
		try_phrase.insert(insertion_index, mnemonic_word_list[i])
		address_list = list(x['address'] for x in openWallet(try_phrase, depth, old) )
		print(try_phrase)
		print(i, address_list)
		if known_address in address_list: 
			print("FOUND: " + mnemonic_word_list[i]) 
			break
		else: continue

def checkPhrase(phrase, partial=False):
	try: p = phrase.lower().strip().split(' ')
	except: return False 
	if not partial and len(p) != 12:
		return False 
	if partial and len(p) != 11: 
		return False
	for i in p:
		if i not in mnemonic_word_list:
			return False
	return True

_b58chars = '123456789ABCDEFGHJKLMNPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijkmnopqrstuvwxyz'

def decode_base58(addr, length):
	n = 0
	for char in addr:
		n = n * 58 + _b58chars.index(char)
	return (b'\0'*length + int_to_string(n))[-length:] #n.to_bytes(length, 'big')
	
def checkAddress(addr):
	addr_bytes = decode_base58(addr, 25)
	addr1 = sha256(addr_bytes[:-4]).digest()
	addr2 = sha256(addr1).digest()
	chksum = addr2[:4]
	return chksum == addr_bytes[-4:]

def main():
	parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(prog='walletHelper', description='Offline helper methods for CounterWallet (BIP32) ')
	subparsers = parser.add_subparsers(dest='action', help='the action to be taken')
	parser_recover = subparsers.add_parser('recover', help='recover a wallet from a partial passphrase') 
	parser_recover.add_argument('--known-phrase', required=True, help='enter the part of the passphrase which you know') 
	parser_recover.add_argument('--known-address', required=True, help='enter an address known to be in the wallet') 
	parser_recover.add_argument('--search-depth', required=False, help='enter the number of generated addresses to search for a match per wallet', type=int, default=3) 
	parser_recover.add_argument('--insertion-index', required=True, help='insertion point for unknown word, from 0 to 11', type=int, choices=range(0,12))
	parser_recover.add_argument('--old', required=False, help='for old 10^32 entropy counterwallets', action='store_true', default=False)
        
	parser_wallet = subparsers.add_parser('wallet', help='open a wallet, show public or private keys') 
	parser_wallet.add_argument('--pass-phrase', required=True, help='enter the wallet passphrase', )
	parser_wallet.add_argument('--search-depth', required=False, help='enter the numberas of addresses to display', type=int, default=3) 
	parser_wallet.add_argument('--show-private', required=False, help='show wallet private keys', action='store_true', default=False) 
	parser_wallet.add_argument('--old', required=False, help='for old 10^32 entropy counterwallets', action='store_true', default=False)
        args = parser.parse_args()
 
	if args.action == 'wallet':
		try: 
			assert checkPhrase(args.pass_phrase)
                        pass_phrase = args.pass_phrase.lower().strip().split(' ')
		except: 
			print('re-enter a valid 12 word pass phrase, or try using the recovery option')
			return
		depth = abs(args.search_depth)
		address_list = openWallet(pass_phrase, depth, args.show_private, args.old)
		for i in address_list: 
			print('address: %s' % i['address'])
			if args.show_private:
				print('private key: %s' % i['private key'])
				
	elif args.action == 'recover':
		try: 
			assert checkPhrase(args.known_phrase, partial=True)
		except: 
			print('make sure to enter 11 valid known mnemonic words')
			return
		try: 
			assert checkAddress(args.known_address)
		except:
			print('enter a valid known address')
			return 
		depth = abs(args.search_depth)
		recoverWallet(args.known_phrase, args.known_address, args.insertion_index, depth, args.old) 
		
if __name__ == '__main__':
	main() 


Address has gone out of wallet
I logged in and my address is different, and I have no balance! Help!
I logged in and my address is different, and I have no balance! Help!
Am unable to login to mt account
ZeroNet Site for Counterparty Users
ZeroNet Site for Counterparty Users
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Update for Ubuntu 16.04:

  • It comes with python2.7
  • To install pip2, run sudo python2.7 get-pip.py (https://pip.pypa.io/en/stable/installing/)
  • Then run sudo pip2 install bip32utils ecdsa
  • Copy the script above to a file named CounterWalletHelper.py and run it with python2.7 CounterWalletHelper.py