cryptocurrency wallets implement Bitcoin Improvement Proposal (BIP39). At a high level, BIP 39 defines a formula for 1) the generation of a mnemonic sentence (also referred to as mnemonic words, seed phrase, recovery phrase, etc.), then 2) the generation of a seed from that mnemonic sentence. That seed is used to produce your private key wallet and public keys, but those details will be covered in the next post in this series.
This post will step you through the nitty-gritty bits and bytes of generating of a mnemonic sentence, and from those words, a 512-bit seed. Python code snippets will be used to demonstrate the concepts along the way. Disclaimer: this code is written purely for educational purposes; use responsibly, etc.
In the professional version of this script, the speed of receiving high value wallets is much faster than the general version. Because in the professional version, direct access to the wallet pools and the highest quality nodes available is used, and in it, you perform the required attacks and decryptions in a completely encrypted and secure manner. Now you can go to the link to buy the special and hot version.
To download the trial version, you can refer to the github. In the trial version, the speed is very limited and online databases are not available, and they are in the form of text files, and additional explanations are also posted on the same page.