I read a part of Ledger nano S documentation (including HD Wallet and BIP39/BIP44 derivation path, and BOLOS system, that you can find at https://ledger.readthedocs.io/en/latest/background/introduction.html). I also looked at different sources, either to better understand an error I could have made, or some code I could reuse to make a better script to test the values and find my PKH: https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0032.mediawiki#use-cases https://iancoleman.io/bip39/ I did not find better than bruteforcing until now (the security the ledger is offering does force that only solution, which is ok).
- In the beginning, I jumped on the first tezbox version that allowed linking with my Ledger Nano S. At some point I deleted the data in the chrome navigator and the wallet at the same time. I have tried since then to get access to my xtz. I know the tz1 PKH and I have my Ledger Nano S.
- I brute-forced the path, 44'/1729'/0'/0' modifying incrementally the 2 last value in the Derivation Path, without success.
So my questions are:
- Was there a change in previous version of the tezos-client that could affect the creation of new PKH (the derivation tree for HD Wallet), that would disrupt my attempts to brute-force my way using tezos CLI?
- Question addressed to tezbox team: did you change something, was there a bug in the first versions published which could affect the derivation of PKH and preventing me to generate my PKH where my funds are locked on the current version of tezbox? Was there a possibility, for example, to modify the PATH, including 44'/1729', corrected afterwards?
I want to make very clear that I don't want to blame anyone else (but me), but merely have information that would be crucial to my investigation to access my xtz tokens again.
Thanks a lot in advance for your answers!