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You can try this "dirty" trick to figure out what the data corresponds to type of wallet. Get Python, john the ripper and hashcat. put your text in a file called wallet.json With the run tools in JTR try the following on the strings: python bitcoin2john.py wallet.json > bitcoinhash.txt python blockchain2john.py wallet.json > blockchainhash....


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There are a bunch of +'s and /'s. That strongly suggests it is data in Base64 encoding. Note that, in this case encoding does not mean encryption, just a specific printable representation of binary data. Does anyone have any idea what I could try to see if this is it? It seems several different wallets might use Base64 encoding, including: Blockchain....


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