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I have an idea of what my password should be, but am missing something.

Are there any tools or bash scripts to brute force my wallet passwords?

If a dictionary is required, I can pre seed it as necessary (but if I pre-seed a dictionary with my expected passwords that utility better be FOSS so I can review the source ;) )

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  • what do you know, I figured out my password 10 seconds after posting this. Perhaps this will be of future use to other people in the same situation. – technology_is_overrated Dec 6 '12 at 6:42
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There is a script provided by a forum user Revalin which can be used to attempt variations. There is a forum user Rix who may be available for hire to provide assistance with this type of problem.

You can also try out this script: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170694.0

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