[RC5] future projects, was: OGR status
me at stevage.com
Mon Feb 17 01:39:29 EST 2003
Well, I'm convinced. How much more does d.net need? What else are they
waiting for? Let's please abandon the boring rc5 search, and move on.
Breaking MD5 would be cool.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-rc5 at lists.distributed.net
> [mailto:owner-rc5 at lists.distributed.net]On Behalf Of Christian Hessmann
> Sent: Sunday, 16th February 2003 4:37 AM
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> Subject: [RC5] future projects, was: OGR status
> Hello Richard, readers,
> > As a sidequestion I would like to know if there are future projects
> > on the horizont.
> In sci.crypt, I read about a draft from Jean-Luc Cooke and Tom St
> They proposed an attack on MD5, and their papers
> (http://www.certainkey.com/dnet/) looked quite good.
> Of course I do not know anything about answers from the d.net-staff
> and I know I'm not in a position to demand a public answer, but maybe
> someone would like to put his thoughts about their project here on the
> cu Christian
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