Recovering a Lost Blockchain Wallet Password

Blockchain has over 76 million wallets created since its inception in 2011, and many users might have lost their passwords in the passing decade.

Lost your blockchain wallet password?

If you forget your password but remember the email id you used for creating your wallet, you can request to send all wallets ever created with that address.

If you are not able to remember the email , It is possible to use btc recover, an open source Bitcoin wallet password and seed recovery tool, to download the encrypted backup.

You need to install a number of python libraries and be a bit familiar with the command prompt as it has no graphical user interface.

If you have a wallet.aes.json backup and do not remember the wallet ID, it is possible to import the wallet into a new wallet.

If you have created a second password on your wallet you would be able to use a "brute force" method to crack the password. For this you will need a GPU rig (with one or more NVIDIA or AMD video cards) which is able to try thousands of different passwords per second.

If you are still not able to find any password, you could use a bunch of different word lists repositories. Make sure you have plenty of memory space and bandwidth as many of these word lists are 10 to 30GB in size.