Questions on: address-generation

Adding my owner answer here thanks to some input from @Wats0ns and @Murch. IANAL. Let's say the following happened: I generate a key pair that collided with an already existing address
ASCII-encoded hex strings are easily handled by Bitcoin-Explorer. The following recreates results from en. bitcoin
I'm wondering about what the best practices are around generating and maintaining key pools for a wallet. What is the maximum number of keys/addresses that can be created for a single wallet? Phrased another way, what is the largest value one can saf
First step is to download this website from Github and open the index. html file directly from your computer. It's just too easy to sneak some evil code in the 6000+ lines of javascript to leak your private key, and you don't want to see your fund st
As mentioned, I don't believe HD Wallets are relevant to this problem. Even with simple wallets combining inputs from multiple addresses proves that a single person owned all the addresses included. I'm not sure if this would meet your specific priva
Besides the HD wallet technology, you might want to investigate "stealth addresses" that are new to Bitcoin. Not aware of any easy to use wallets supporting stealth addresses yet, unless you are into the Darkwallet. The libbitcoin framework currently
ssh keys should never be generated for another user. The private key is called private for a reason. If you want to create a keypair for yourself you could do that with ssh-keygen
Creating Bitcoin Private Keys with Dice Hopefully you have heard of Bitcoin, the up-and-coming online virtual currency. Unlike normal currencies, which are run by governments, Bitcoin has no central authority or controlling organization. Instead, eve