In honor of the recent 'simple brainwallet' which ended up being extremely misleading in its initial description, here's an actual simple brainwallet as used by people who figure that remembering 12 random words that they may not ever even heard of is hard and so reach for something that's much easier to remember; a passphrase that's only half as long.
Shortly after I post this, funds will be sent to the following address which is derived from an actual simple brainwallet type construction.
With any luck, those funds - minor as they are - will be gone pretty quickly.
To add a bit of a challenge, the same transaction also has funds going to the following addresses:
1KqG3jBFiZbSXQWH5bbb7yxqvRiCuRNZ7P 18AGpANy1XV18pku1nk8M3osJfUfoS9RnS 1LavHQQ986BSvENswZfTyyc3FG3GydBRdv 1KD1suSTXgSm5FY1iqaJGjJZTWEAcU5kZ2 18Q6Z5eXbmAvpA6VRt2n1xz2u2sGBakSpR 14gLHUACnQF44QTbN9iv3XGrjepVS8XLSb 14ipGvdSUSaMtR5g4bfaAkVGYTuZB1ZBT1
To get to the funds off these, here are some hopefully useful hints:
- The number of words is the same as for the first challenge.
- They all use MINOR modifications of the same brainwallet phrase
- They each incorporate something I've mentioned in the past as a simple but effective way to strengthen brainwallets, and also warned about as something you still shouldn't rely on.
The first person to comment here with the correct solutions (input text and modifications where applicable) to all of the above is entitled to a bonus 0.12BTC sent from the last address in that transaction to a destination of their choosing:
One final hint - the addresses are all, of course, derived from compressed public keys.
Good luck :)
Edit for txid:
Last edit for archive copy: https://archive.is/m5HJD
Any further clarifications / changes will be in the comment thread.