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Security and technical support / Re: Importing private keys to Litecoin qt
« on: December 02, 2013, 05:19:03 AM »
Found a lead on reddit:

Figured it out, had to download OpenSSL to decrypt the file that the android app created. It would then generate an importable private key that I could copy and paste.
[/size]If anyone else trips up on this, the command was:[/color]
[/size]openssl enc -d -aes-256-cbc -in keyfile -a -k password [/size]Just had to make sure the keyfile was in the same dir at the openssl.exe file.[/color]
[/size]After that, you can go into LitecoinQT, Help, Debug, Console. Enter:[/color]
[/size]importprivkey "key" "label"[/size][/size]Now, I need to figure out how to use OpenSSL. Finding out how to open the command line has been a task.

Security and technical support / Re: Importing private keys to Litecoin qt
« on: December 02, 2013, 04:23:55 AM »
All right, I just reinstalled the litecoin wallet ans retraced my steps. When I exported the keys, they were encrypted with a password. So, I have the encrypted phrase, and the password. Where do I go from here?

Security and technical support / Importing private keys to Litecoin qt
« on: December 02, 2013, 01:12:23 AM »
Not about bitcoin, but the Litecoin forum is down (moving), so I couldn't ask there. My android litecoin wallet is stalled and I just found out that the wallet I was using is buggy and I should no have been using it anyway. Anyway, I downloaded the private keys and I'm now attempting to import them to Litecoin qt following these directions that I found at Reddit:
"Assuming that the key(s) do not look exactly like this, then it is doable. As it is above, it is malformed. The key will probably be 'address':'privatekey' or something similar, that is, the address and private key will be delimited by a colon. Assuming that you know what the private key is, in order to import it, do the following:
  • Open litecoin-qt as usual.
  • Goto Help, which is next to File and Settings in the top-lefthand corner.
  • Click on Debug window Click on the Console tab Type the following: importprivkey yourkey. Where yourkey is the private key."
I'm beginning to assume that my key is 'malformed' because I get a parsing error (Error: Error parsing). My key doesn't have a colon in it though, so I really don't know what belongs and what doesn't. It starts with "U2Fs..." and ends with a "=" sign, with a few "/ " and "+" breaking up lines of the key. I got one response where the person asked if I had encrypted the wallet, which the answer was no.

Any help is appreciated.

Securities / Re: Bitfunder 2-factor not working
« on: October 20, 2013, 09:20:57 PM »
Any posters with support capabilities must not come to newbies, so I will answer my own question.

As for my 2-factor not working, it was because the time on my phone was off. The 2-factor auth correlates to the appropriate time.

As for the IRC chat, Bitfunder's IRC chat does not work on Chrome or Firefox due to them being https rather than http.

Securities / Bitfunder 2-factor not working
« on: October 16, 2013, 03:54:55 AM »
My 2-factor auth for Bitfunder stopped working 5 days ago, and IRC chat is just a big empty box in both Chrome and Firefox. I have no way to get my coin or contact Bitfunder. Any suggestions?

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