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I have exported wallet with encrypted keys and that wallet provider is closed. Is there a way to decrypt priv that is encrypted with PKBDF2-SHA256, iterations and salt. I think I remember the password I have used to encrypt the wallet.

The wallet provider is coinprism. The back-up is in the following format (JSON file)

{
  "keys": [
    {
      "addr": "<BTC_address>",
      "priv": "<97 length encrypted private key>", 
      "encryptionMode": "PKBDF2-SHA256",
      "iterations": 2000
    }
  ],
  "salt": "<salt>"
}
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  • Yes, but what wallet provider is it? The format of the exported wallet is important. – ieatpizza Feb 18 at 0:32
  • The wallet provider is coinprism. The back-up is in the following format (JSON file) {"keys":[{"addr":"<BTC_address>","priv":"<97 length encrypted private key>", "encryptionMode":"PKBDF2-SHA256","iterations":2000}],"salt":"<salt>"} – groot Feb 18 at 7:23
  • @ieatpizza Do you think, this private key can be decrypted. I have the password. – groot Feb 19 at 9:19

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