04/06/2017 (Thu) 21:54:07
Therefore, the crawler has to keep track of all wallets that receive funds, and all future transactions of that wallet while using techniques (like those above) to detect encoded data. A transaction tree should be kept and the pieces of each files should be combined in multiple orderings.
If you implement the process described above you will find all the keys, other backups and other files that are not released. One way to test your code is to search for checksum hashes for files that have already been published at a specific date. There are multiple messages in the blockchain that include file hashes and dates. [/spoiler]Use the leads in this thread.[/spoiler]
I recommend you use a local copy of the blockchain and carry out the search on a computer that has no internet access. Work in groups and share the process. Remember to look at other cryptocurrencies as well and to encode your findings into the blockchain yourself.
follow the spent
python jean.py 7379ab5047b143c0b6cfe5d8d79ad240b4b4f8cced55aa26f86d1d3d370c0d4c > out1
python jean.py d3c1cb2cdbf07c25e3c5f513de5ee36081a7c590e621f1f1eab62e8d4b50b635 > out2
python jean.py cce82f3bde0537f82a55f3b8458cb50d632977f85c81dad3e1983a3348638f5c > out3
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