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someone has a problem with ether.li. After it did not sign transactions, he accidently deleted his accounts. But all data is still here:

  • Address
  • Backup private Key
  • Encrypted private key
  • User Key Adress
  • Backup Key Adress
  • Co-signer Adress

My plan is to extract the private keys and use parity to import them. Is the data here enough? Do I need to extract priv keys from the browser or something like this?

I'm a bit confused. How is the private key encrypted? (some way to decrypt it without ether.li)? What's the difference between encrypted private key and backup address?

marked as duplicate by Waqar Lim Jun 15 '17 at 9:11

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  • I need the same information. Ether.li has problens and I need to import in other way like parity. But I cant figure out! – Christiane Lima Jun 15 '17 at 6:11