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network parallel decryption amateur style
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- Date: Wed, 18 Aug 93 21:14:04 PDT
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Recent postings have gotten me to thinking: If we wrote a
easily portable UNIX program to decrypt DES in parallel across
our many machines, how fast could we go?
Perhaps we could make use of the anonymous remailers to hide
How many computers do we have? I have account on somewhere between
10 and 20 Sparcstation IIPX's which are very lightly loaded
at night...someone else said they have 1500...
PC gurus might want to also make versions for high-speed PC's on
the net. It wouldn't even need to be very difficult, just maybe
having one complex server which assigns keyranges to every
person who mails in a request, and gets mailed back the range
to check. It doesn't really have to be automatic, although that
would be nice.
What do y'all think?
-(signature removed, because, this is a dangerous idea.
That's why I like it ;)