[RC5] Something wrong with fetch/flush algorithm?

blitz blitz at macronet.net
Sat Sep 28 21:09:14 EDT 2002


I think some clients make up random numbers and process them...

At 09:34 9/29/02 +1000, you wrote:
>Hi all,
>   I can't help but notice that several days after the end of the rc5
>project, my computer is still bravely cracking rc5 keys.  Part of this is no
>doubt due to the priorities it had set up: DES,CSC,RC5,OGR=0.  Still, having
>removed the '=0', and performed several fetch/flushes, it keeps saying
>"output buffers are empty, no flush required", and keeps working away on its
>input buffers.  On an explicit fetch, it works out that rc5 is finished, but
>still works on it anyway?  Is the problem just that OGR packets aren't being
>sent out for some reason, or is it just stupid?  This is on XP...
>
>Steve
>
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