bruteforce??


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    xclr82xtc Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    why not fold@home,/brute force the bootloader? ive seen a few people talking about it on other forums as well...which is where i got the idea...anyone know what bit it is? 1024?
     

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    From what I've read 2024bit, so pretty much impossible in our lifetimes without inside help or ridiculous luck.
     
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    xclr82xtc Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    do you know what it is? AES twofish? or is it proprietary?
     
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    xclr82xtc Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    There is a Ace up the sleeve of hackers wanting to bust encryptions...its called CUDA...


    as and example, it may take a CPU 6 weeks to break a MD5 checksum, but a GPU can break it in about 20 seconds...and GPUS are VERY scalable. someof the fastest supercomputers in the world now use strictly GPUs
     

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