Re: Windows 95 Autodialer

Jeff Gilchrist (jeffg@nbnet.nb.ca)
Thu, 10 Apr 1997 03:41:35 GMT


On Tue, 8 Apr 1997 14:29:43 -0500, you wrote:

> 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.

I downloaded freeDUM and tried to set it up. It will dial-in and
connect fine on my system but it will not automatically hang up. It looks
like the system 'tries' to hang up but the process seems to die. I take it
this doesn't happen to you? Did you find any other problems with freeDUM?

PS: If Rocke is keeping count, he can add my name to the list of being
able to request larger key spaces. Like adding a switch -k29 where the 29
would request 2^29 key pair complements at a time.

Regards,

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