|[News] RC5-64 HAS BEEN SOLVED!||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 26-Sep-2002 20:30 GMT by Christophe Decanini||33 comments|
Your Amiga (or other) can rest now :)|
Too bad the key was not found by the Amiga team. Anyway we will have more power for new contest with the AmigaOne/Pegasos/Amithlon.
Here are the details.
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|Comment 1||Christophe Decanini||26-Sep-2002 18:34 GMT|
|Comment 2||Gregg||26-Sep-2002 19:22 GMT|
|Comment 3||reflect||26-Sep-2002 19:43 GMT|
|Comment 4||Paul Hill||26-Sep-2002 19:46 GMT|
|Comment 5||cOrpse||26-Sep-2002 20:09 GMT|
|Comment 6||John Niclasen||26-Sep-2002 20:11 GMT|
|Comment 7||Anonymous||26-Sep-2002 20:19 GMT|
|Comment 8||Mike Veroukis||26-Sep-2002 23:02 GMT|
|RC5-64 HAS BEEN SOLVED! : Comment 9 of 33||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Christophe Decanini on 27-Sep-2002 00:02 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 8 (Mike Veroukis):|
"Why would anyone do this? The answer is actually quite simple; they had nothing better to do (to put it nicely)."
Well you can still be very busy and also keep your CPU busy.
There are millions of computers hooked on internet that spend their CPU time to idle. If distributed computing can be used to do better things than proof of concepts now why not ?
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