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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.

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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?

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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.


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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.

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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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