Windows 95 Autodialer

Icepick (icepick@pclink.com)
Tue, 8 Apr 1997 14:29:43 -0500


Several people have expressed intrest in being able to download
larger keyspaces to minimize dial-up time.

Now, those of us cursed with limited usage dial up accounts have
an answer! I found a program, freeDUM103.zip that will allow one
to schedule automated connection/disconnections to your ISP.

I setup freeDUM to dial in at 5 and at 35 minutes past the hour on
my Pentium 133. A 2*2^29 key search takes about 1650 to 1750
seconds (depending on what I'm doing) so dialing in every half hour
makes sense. The dial in times are adjustable and easy to use.

I just found it a couple of hours ago, so I don't know for sure all the
implications/limitations/bugs/features of this program, but it sure
is what I was looking for.

The program can be found at:

http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~sameerk/freedum.html

With this tool, I expect to effectivly double my Keys/sec rate, and
lower my on-line usage. What a deal. :)

-Josh

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