[RC5] Estimated key rate on DES II? and Proxy questions.
SCRUTE at UK.oracle.com
Wed Jan 14 09:42:36 EST 1998
"Jim C. Nasby" <nasby at enteract.com> said
>Well, I did some calculations yesterday on RC5:
>Key rate increase for DES clients is 4x (conservative)
I don't even get double the RC5 key rate on my PPro 200s. This is the key
after cracking overnight (mostly idle machines.)
PPro 180 748067
PPro 180 266443 (something strange going on here, I've got to
Ppro 200 (Over clocked to 233) 996193 (previously over 600,000 RC5
PPro 200 (over clocked to 233) 10003669 (again, slightly over 600
Should I really be seeing 4x keyrates ?
And a seperate question,
has anyone got the new (or the old for that matter) Personal Proxies to
through the firewall. The OS/2 one here is just giving "server packet
descramble" here. I've done an IPtrace and IPformat, and although it's the
log IP trace I've tried to decode, there apears to be blocks being sent
the server of the format "content type: Application/octet streem..
lenght 168" I would guess 168 sounds about right for a block size and
but the proxy can't decode it. any clues ?
And 3rdly, can we try and keep the postings of log extracts to the list
small as possable.
Simon Crute. OS/2 Support Specialist.
The above are my opinions alone, and do not necessarily coincide with
e-mail: Work: scrute at uk.oracle.com home: simon at geordie.demon.co.uk
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