1

I use software from https://github.com/ca333/rng-scanner , I try to find r that is reused. from the software I found results

Bitcoin Address : 1GQdrgqAbkeEPUef1UpiTc4X1mUHMcyuGW
In Input NR : 141 ~ 220020a271a0897f1b7a7f0db9acb517ae2b6d53dda3833808d02c6a1cc21dc1a68680
Resued R-Value : a0897f1b7a7f0db9acb517ae2b6d53dda3833808d02c6a1cc21dc1a68680

How do I find the s and z of the reused r value?

0

This is list of many repeated random (ephemeral) keys used in bitcoin: https://dev.to/maelvls/why-is-go111module-everywhere-and-everything-about-go-modules-24k

AFAIK ever since around 2015, nearly all bitcoin wallets use RFC6979 (https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6979) which is a deterministic algorithm to get the ephemeral key instead of using an RNG so I highly doubt you'll find any recent ones (after around 2015)

| improve this answer | |
0

The one of the best way (I do it by that way) to find reused R values is to parse the raw blockchain database with my blockchain parser with extracting only Input script and TX hash values and then cut off from script strings all except R value. So you get all R values ever generated. Then you can check those data for reusing R and easily find those TX's full data using it's hash.

This is the universal automated method for making such research for blockchain. I think this way is not the way like getreusedr > result.txt but I think it also can help you very much.

| improve this answer | |

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.