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Re: Linux brutessl client


On Wed, 23 Aug 1995, Sam Quigley wrote:

> Date: Wed, 23 Aug 1995 21:48:33 -0700
> From: Sam Quigley <[email protected]>
> To: [email protected]
> Subject: Linux brutessl client
> Hi.
> I've been able to compile a working brutessl 1.02 cllient under linux
> and gcc 2.7.0, but I get abysmal search speeds.
> My system is a pentium 60, which, according to the docs, ought to have
> a speed of something over 14100 kps (that's what a 486dx2/66 with no
> rotate left macro gets).
> brutessl -t reports that my system can do 11200 keys per second.

i'm running linux 1.2.11 on my DX4-100 (might be faster than your P60) 
and i get these results..

zifi:~/crypto/ssl> brutessl -t

                                BruteSSL 1.0

Self test... OK

17 minutes and 8 seconds per segment, 16300 keys per second.
zifi:~/crypto/ssl> file brutessl
brutessl: ELF 32-bit LSB executable i386 (386 and up) Version 1

the perl code doesn't seem to work quite right for me though, giving 
errors when i try to use more than one option at a time, ie.

Identifier "main::dkltrc4" used only once: possible typo.

anyway, i'm not sure i'll be participating this time as i won't be around 
too much.


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