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Re: DES & RC4-48 Challenges

Alex Tang wrote:
> On Tue Aug 22 12:26:49 1995: you scribbled...
> > 
> > 
> > [stuff about running crypto screensavers]
> > 
> > It seems like there's got to be an easy way to divvy up keyspace on a
> > real time basis so that anyone with a few cycles to spare can
> > contribute them...
> > 
> > There could be a central server out there, which would keep track of
> > what keyspace needs to be swept, etc.
> It seems that the SKSP protocol is a good foundation for just such a plan.

 > Can screensavers such as After Dark for mac/pc access network protocols?  
> or would someone have to write a new screensaver alltogether.

Afterdark is just a program that always runs in the background. You
could program a screensaver/timeslice stealer...even by modem...

And with Windows new 'features' you can get someone to install this
at the click of a button..from an email message, Ha!....