## bitcoin core – Brother died and I am sole survivor..just found out he has a wallet. How do I go about getting his bit coins I have no info

I have no info..

Without information, you cannot get control of any Bitcoin your brother possessed.

You need some details of his wallet or of his account with a Bitcoin exchange.

How do I retreive

If he looked after his own money in a Bitcoin wallet on a computer or phone, you need to be able to log in to that device and run the wallet program and enter any password he set on the wallet. He may have kept a note of his wallet’s “private key” or its 12, 18 or 24-word “recovery phrase” written down somewhere safe. E.g. on paper or stamped metal in a safe. If so, you can use this information on a different computer to create a new wallet that controls the same money.

If he had an account with a business that looked after his money for him, you’ll need to find out the name of that business and his login details. It is possible you would find some details in his old email messages.

I have death certificate.

That might be of use if his money was in an exchange and you know his account name but not his account password. You or the executor of his estate would need to contact the exchange directly about this.

You will be contacted by people offering to help you. 99% of these will be scammers intending to trick you into trusting them with any details you find, or who will trick you into paying invented recovery fees but who will never give you access to your brother’s money. Be very very careful.

## Are there Formats for BIT (Built In Test) Specification Documents?

A client wants a specification document for a BIT (Built In Test) module.
Are there standardized documents for this? Or anything close enough I can use?
Any other suggestions on the topic?

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## nt.number theory – Defining set of \$r\$ bit squares in mixed integer linear programs with fewer than \$r\$ integer variables

Consider the set $$mathcal R(A,b)$$ defined by

$$mathcal R(A,b)={zinmathbb Zcap(0,2^r-1):exists(x,y)inmathbb Z^ktimesmathbb R^{2^m} mbox{ such that }A(x,y,z)’leq b}$$
holds where $$k=o(r)$$, $$m=o(r)$$, $$mk=Omega(r)$$, $$Ainmathbb Q^{elltimes(k+2^m+1)}$$, $$binmathbb Q^ell$$, $$ell=poly(r)$$, $$log max_{i,j}|A_{ij}|=O(2^{t})$$, $$log max_{i}|b_i|=O(2^{t})$$ and $$t=o(r)$$ holds.

Is it known
$$mathcal R(A,b)neqmathcal{Sq}_r$$
always holds for any $$A,b$$ where $$mathcal{Sq}_r$$ is squares in $${0,1,2,dots,2^r-1}$$ ($$r$$ bit squares)?

Verbally speaking I am asking to define set of square values of $$r$$ bits it is necessary $$k=Omega(r)$$.

Is it clear it cannot be defined with a single existential quantifier when we are allowed only $$o(r)$$ integer variables ($$zinmathbb Z^{k}$$) in our program and up to $$2^{o(r)}$$ real variables ($$yinmathbb R^{2^m}$$) and coefficients have $$2^t$$ bits with $$t=o(r)$$ in the program?

Note if $$k=r$$ then even $$m=t=O(log r)$$ suffices and so the question is if we reduce number of integer variables then increasing number of real variables cannot be helpful to define squares.

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## https – How to set the Bit Length when generating SSL Certificate with Java keytool?

I’m going to create a SSL Certificate so I can use https on my web site. I have to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) and I did generate such a file with the Java `keytool` following the guide Generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) on Tomcat, but when I upload my CSR, I get a message from GlobalSign:

We suggest that a Bit Length of 2048 bits is used when generating your CSR.
So how do I set the Bit Length to 2048 bits using the Java `keytool`?
I generated the CSR file with: `keytool -certreq -keyalg RSA -alias your_alias_name -file certreq.csr -keystore your_keystore_filename`
And before that I created my certificate keystore and private key with: `keytool -genkey -alias your_alaias_name -keyalg RSA -keystore your_keystore_filename`