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  • The [/csc/ CS-Cipher Challenge] was organized by CS Communications & Systems and was ...project began on January 13th, 1999, at 9 AM PST. We successfully finished it after 22.5 hours with the help of EFF's Deep Crack custom
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  • :* [[pressroom press-csc|Project CSC]] - Solved January 16, 2000 ...ere. So please [mailto:bovine@distributed.net let us know] what you see if it's not already listed.
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  • ...d. This S-BOX project didn't use the existing distributed.net network, but it was the first distributed attempt at improving the speed of one of the main ...rge-scale test of our 'quick switch' clients, and was a resounding sucess. It was followed by a second test contest January 12.
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  • ...ry platform, they will not all be ready immediately. Users can visit the [[CSC]] for more information at the contest start. ...n encryption challenge that is organized by CS Communications and Systems. It was designed to last one year, beginning March 17, 1999. CS Communications
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  • ...s processes and technologies to solve encryption contests on the Internet. It is through the application of this concept that distributed.net has been ab ...each client machine. As each client completed its parcel of assigned work, it would report back to the server the results and then be assigned another pa
    7 KB (1,063 words) - 09:50, 25 September 2009
  • :* [[pressroom press-csc|Project CSC]] - Solved January 16, 2000 ...ere. So please [mailto:bovine@distributed.net let us know] what you see if it's not already listed.
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  • {{DISPLAYTITLE:CSC Project}}__NOTOC__ ==Project CSC: key found==
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  • ...ry platform, they will not all be ready immediately. Users can visit the [[CSC]] for more information at the contest start. ...n encryption challenge that is organized by CS Communications and Systems. It was designed to last one year, beginning March 17, 1999. CS Communications
    2 KB (298 words) - 11:34, 11 September 2009
  • :* [[pressroom press-csc|Project CSC]] - Solved January 16, 2000 ...ere. So please [mailto:bovine@distributed.net let us know] what you see if it's not already listed.
    1 KB (190 words) - 08:24, 24 September 2009
  • ...d. This S-BOX project didn't use the existing distributed.net network, but it was the first distributed attempt at improving the speed of one of the main ...rge-scale test of our 'quick switch' clients, and was a resounding sucess. It was followed by a second test contest January 12.
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  • The [/csc/ CS-Cipher Challenge] was organized by CS Communications & Systems and was ...project began on January 13th, 1999, at 9 AM PST. We successfully finished it after 22.5 hours with the help of EFF's Deep Crack custom
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  • ...ry platform, they will not all be ready immediately. Users can visit the [[CSC]] for more information at the contest start. ...n encryption challenge that is organized by CS Communications and Systems. It was designed to last one year, beginning March 17, 1999. CS Communications
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  • :* although unlikely, it is possible that home-made binaries contain coding mistakes or compilation ...urity through obscurity is actually not secure at all, and we do not claim it to be such.
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