[RC5] Do not forget about the cheaters :)
wkitty42 at alltel.net
Fri Jan 9 17:53:28 EST 2004
> Sorry, maybe I'm just a grumpy guy, but it's bothering me that half of
> the mails under "do not forget about the cheaters" is offtopic about
> some mac client.
yep. you're being grumpy as well as missing the point of those mails... they indicated a mac client core that had been hacked but
was not in use...
> Please use another subject, or reply on topic.
> Thanx a million :)
> (Floris Dansen)
> DPC representative for Distributed.net projects
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* Dead J. Dona <mailto:unholy_undead at hotmail.com>
> *To:* D.net Discussion <mailto:rc5 at lists.distributed.net>
> *Sent:* Friday, January 09, 2004 10:38 AM
> *Subject:* Re: [RC5] Do not forget about the cheaters :)
> Happy New Year everyone!
> ю 10:15 +0200 8/01/2004, Dead J. Dona tapotait avec ses mimines
> pleines de doigts :
> >When you see 2000+ units coming from 1 client per day (note:
> not one
> >IP address but 1 client on 1 box) you know something is fishy
> >no one PC is fast enough to that.
> >PC suxx. PowerMac G5 2MHz can do this.
> Not to mention the 2 GigaHertz ones ;-)
> A 1.8 GHz PowerPC 970 (aka G5) trounces 13MKeys/s
> and dont forget that there TWO processors on 2 GHz and 1.8 GHz macs
> >One day I flush nearly 1 Mb of random RC5 blocks and havent any
> >credits for this. I've checked stats few days - and nothing.
> =( So I
> >switched back to OGR.
> It has always been this way, when rc5 was nicknamed 56 ;)
> too bad that ogr24 hasn't any results since it reached 100%.
> maybe client should save timestamp at completed packet.
> something like 12:34:56 started 12:43:65 finished and server can
> compare completion time for this CPU with average time for this
> type of CPU
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