1) Get the latest wallet: https://github.com/iotaledger/wallet/releases
2) Try using different Nodes - Tools -> Edit Node Configuration Min Weight Magnitude should always be 14 or above. Curl Implementation can be tried both, Webgl 2 and CCurl
3) Generate a few address and re-attach them to tangle until your full balance shows up
There is a reclaim tool built into the IOTA Light Wallet since version 2.5.2.
Just download the wallet and
click on Tools > Reclaim tool.
enter your old seed
enter your new seed
now you the Hash of your "Proof Transaction" will be displayed
Once the transaction is confirmed (reattach if necessary), the IOTA foundation knows that you are ...
Putting it short, these transactions are not actually pending, they are outright invalid bundles with a signature that does not match to either the bundle or the address (or both). Your funds are still safe.
Everybody who knows your address (and has the tools) can forge such bundles and send them to a IOTA node.
But why are they shown as "...
Make sure you are upgraded to the newest IOTA wallet. If your balance is zero that means your wallet is connecting. Generate a new receive address and attach it to the tangle and wait a few minutes. If your balance is still zero, generate another receive address and attach it to the tangle and wait. If you have made several transactions using your wallet ...
What actually happened
These transactions are invalid since their signatures are not match with ther bundle hashes and/or addresses. There is utility like validateSignatures in iota.js can prove they are invalid signature. Those input addresses are safe and their corresponding private keys are not actually used.
Can an external party initiate a TX without ...
Just follow the screens on the wallet. You don't have to do the PGP yourself, the wallet will (in the background) send the PGP encrypted message to a webserver operated by the IOTA foundation the tangle.
The only thing you have to be aware of: After doing the reclaim, the IOTA foundation will have your old seed in plaintext. So if you don't trust them, make ...