Re: What's Next?

Eating Before Swimming (mathboy@sizone.org)
Wed, 18 Jun 1997 17:37:44 -0400 (EDT)


At what time did the key get found? Just wondering at what 'exact' time our
effort started spinning its wheels (:) so I can figure out
how much we actually got done... Perhaps, if they came in order
of some sort, a list of "keys" that if you got a key "larger" than
this number for some size check (2^31 etc) you had retrieved it
after the find? Ie:

U2T 4245: got TCP reply for megaworks.com: A2 - - - 790807EC01010101
CDCC9FB39B7B4442 30 at Wed Jun 18 17:35:41 1997
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
this number seems to follow a pattern (increasing?) for this size (2^30)...

the point of this is to sync clocks (tho I spose being a few seconds or
hours off wont matter at all)

While we are at it is Rocke gonna tell us all the secrets inside? Or has he
been visited by the NSA and warned not to? :)

And whats next? What is the future of this mailing list?

Which of the RC5 groups have the best client features, (bigger
keyspaces searched per time to keep dialups down, smoother proxy to
private gateway to public gateway abilities, etc...)?

Or do we want to just render some cool images together? :)

/kc

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