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I think I've lost all my BSV to Simply.Cash. They are all locked and I don't know the password. I don't remember even setting a password or recovery phase. Any advice? Bummed:( A lot of hard earned BSV gone.
pete tipped:
@nate oh hi, idk why I received a lot of Art & Words Token, thanks btw
nate replied:
I’d been MIA lately. I sent a bunch to you for previous art posts😀
you didn't back up your 12 word seed?
nate replied:
I guess I made a password ??? Problem is, I made that before getting the seed. To access the seed or to send, it says I need that password. I’m... kinda outta luck. Very tough lesson here. Need to find someone who can crack passwords or find an app that can. Any suggestions?
info@simply.cash
nate replied:
I was talking with Jason (I think he is the developer) via Telegram. I don’t think he knows of any solutions. Do you know anyone who can crack passwords or any software that will do so? I think it’d have to work through my iPhone.
pete replied:
I don't know anything about cracking. 😉 At this point you could think that funds aren't lost, they're just temporarily unaccessible. About the password: you should literally write down your thoughts about the password, like do you think you used a password manager to create a password? If you didn't, do you usually make password that contain random characters, or is a typical password a word with some extra characters (in the style of "supersecret123"). Also think about the password length: was it more likely very short/long. What kind of (virtual) keyboard you used when making the password -> was it English, French, Uruk-hai? If you still have the same device that you had when you created the wallet, you could even create another Simply.cash wallet but write down all the characters that you see on your device when creating a password. This way you can reduce the number of options.
nate replied:
Good idea. That is less depressing haha When I’m 90 and I still can’t access the funds, it’ll at least be interesting to tell my grandkids that we have family treasure... we just can’t access it haha What do you mean by that last part: “...wrote down all the characters that you see on your device...?”
pete replied:
🙂 You're in a better position than the man whose hard drive went to a landfill -> lost 7500 BTC. I mean something like this when you're typing with a virtual keyboard: https://kuopassa.net/images/689.png So the virtual keyboard shows the characters that can be used for writing a password. Some of the characters are more easier to choose than others (as some special characters are behind multiple taps). If you're making a password with a virtual keyboard, you're probably using characters that are easy to find...
nate replied:
7,500!!! Oh man haha. My heart hurts for that guy. He'd be the guy to give testimony to the fact that it is just money and life goes on. I was talking with Jason with SC. He was suggesting jailbreaking the phone and trying to access the phone files. Idk much about jailbreaking or what files might give us the needed insight. Any thoughts on that?
pete replied:
Not much experience in those, but you could try to locate the app's files with some... apps. Like these if you're using iPhone: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT206481 https://www.tigisoftware.com/default/?page_id=78 If the app stores passwords in some way, the file or files containing passwords are probably encrypted. So if you find a file like "passwords.txt" then the contents aren't readable, but the file might reveal something about the encryption or the password itself.
nate replied:
Interesting! Thanks, Pete. I will give this a look before doing any jailbreaking. I always appreciate your advice.