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[ESL Brigade] Ssofk
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2009-08-24 17:39:20

http://boinc.unsads.com/rsals/
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2009-08-24 17:44:25

ESL Brigade Ssofk wrote:
http://boinc.unsads.com/rsals/


"XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX. "

i'm in..
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2009-08-24 18:20:30

frankhagen wrote:
ESL Brigade Ssofk wrote:
http://boinc.unsads.com/rsals/


"XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX. "

i'm in..


Sry is written in german... .

http://www.rechenkraft.net/wiki/index.php?title=RSA_Lattice_Siever_%282.0%29
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2009-08-27 20:36:40

http://boinc.unsads.com/rsals/all_news.php#32

Stats now exported.
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2009-09-09 07:16:32
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Hi,

Will this project be available on BAM any time soon? Also, the project is 'cracking encrypted 512-bit Operating System signing keys for Texas Instruments' programmable calculators'. Is this legal?

Thanks,
Suneet
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2009-09-09 09:35:06

Suneet Gupta wrote:
Hi,

Is this legal?



It depends where you're at.
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2009-09-09 14:57:47

Suneet Gupta wrote:
Also, the project is 'cracking encrypted 512-bit Operating System signing keys for Texas Instruments' programmable calculators'. Is this legal?

Where did you find that that's what it's doing? Because, then, the right question is: is it moral?

TIA
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2009-09-09 16:09:55

Augustine wrote:
Suneet Gupta wrote:
Also, the project is 'cracking encrypted 512-bit Operating System signing keys for Texas Instruments' programmable calculators'. Is this legal?

Where did you find that that's what it's doing?

Or would you be confusing RSALS with NFS, which is not exactly trying to crack TI calculators keys?
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2009-09-09 17:02:25

Augustine wrote:
Suneet Gupta wrote:
Also, the project is 'cracking encrypted 512-bit Operating System signing keys for Texas Instruments' programmable calculators'. Is this legal?

Where did you find that that's what it's doing? Because, then, the right question is: is it moral?

TIA


Check this link - http://distributedcomputing.info/ap-crypto.html (scroll towards the end of the page).
Also, I translated the link given below in the thread (http://www.rechenkraft.net/wiki/index.php?title=RSA_Lattice_Siever_%282.0%29) into English using Google Language Tools.

I agree on morality being an issue here.

Thanks,
Suneet
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2009-09-09 18:40:51

On a side note, I really dislike surreptitious projects.

First:
XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX. You can participate by downloading and running a free program on your computer.

XXX is based at [describe your institution, with link to web page]

* [Link to page describing your research in detail]
* [Link to page listing project personnel, and an email address]
...

And then:
Preventive action
31 aout 2009
No more progress will be posted here.



Thanks for the pointers, Suneet.
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2009-09-11 01:51:26

No description, no Q&A and no forum is definitely a big red flag...
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2009-09-14 09:47:41

Lesson learned, read the forum closely before joining new projects. I've detached from NFS, sorry I didn't look before I leaped.
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2009-10-12 23:29:14

Augustine wrote:
Augustine wrote:
Suneet Gupta wrote:
Also, the project is 'cracking encrypted 512-bit Operating System signing keys for Texas Instruments' programmable calculators'. Is this legal?

Where did you find that that's what it's doing?

Or would you be confusing RSALS with NFS, which is not exactly trying to crack TI calculators keys?


Looks like I also confused RSALS with NFS. I'll be rejoing NFS and help with the current team challenge.
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2009-10-21 19:44:25

I picked up some work @ this Project this morning (Isn't any now I don't think) so I created a BOINCStats Team there since there wasn't any. Willy can have the Foundership if he wants it & as soon as he asks for it ...
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2009-10-30 10:27:23

I picked up another 2700 or so Wu's from this Project yesterday so I'll be busy Chewing on them for a few days at least, they run any wheres from 1 hour to 4 hours ...
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2009-12-29 01:42:18

Can this project please be added to the stats and BAM?
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2009-12-29 06:19:13

Not much in the forum. Did the project admin gave permission to add it here?
Please do not PM, IM or email me for support (they will go unread/ignored). Use the forum for support.
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2009-12-29 16:41:23

BOINCstats Willy wrote:
Not much in the forum. Did the project admin gave permission to add it here?

Or should a project whose goal is to crack an encryption key be supported by BAM?

Sure, BAM is yours and you're free to do with it however you please. Yet...
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2009-12-29 18:30:55

BOINCstats Willy wrote:
Not much in the forum. Did the project admin gave permission to add it here?


I just asked for explicit permission.
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2009-12-29 18:32:16

Augustine wrote:
Or should a project whose goal is to crack an encryption key be supported by BAM?


We already do it for distrgen.
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2009-12-29 19:28:29

zombie67 wrote:
We already do it for distrgen.

Two wrongs don't make a right...
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2009-12-29 21:22:28

I've said it before, and I'll say it again. IMO, stat sites should be completely neutral, listing all projects that export stats. Leave it up to the users to decide right and wrong. My opinion.
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2009-12-29 21:48:58

zombie67 wrote:
I've said it before, and I'll say it again. IMO, stat sites should be completely neutral, listing all projects that export stats. Leave it up to the users to decide right and wrong. My opinion.

Fine, but BAM is more than a stats site, but also an account manager site.
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2009-12-29 21:58:33

Augustine wrote:
zombie67 wrote:
I've said it before, and I'll say it again. IMO, stat sites should be completely neutral, listing all projects that export stats. Leave it up to the users to decide right and wrong. My opinion.

Fine, but BAM is more than a stats site, but also an account manager site.

But that still leaves the option to decide which projects one wishes to crunch for, right?
Greetings from Cori
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2009-12-29 22:06:29

Cori wrote:
Augustine wrote:
zombie67 wrote:
I've said it before, and I'll say it again. IMO, stat sites should be completely neutral, listing all projects that export stats. Leave it up to the users to decide right and wrong. My opinion.

Fine, but BAM is more than a stats site, but also an account manager site.

But that still leaves the option to decide which projects one wishes to crunch for, right?


Not in some people eye's, your supposed to only run what they deem worthy ...

I run them all, I don't care if their counting Cow Pies in the Cow Pasture, I'll still run it up to a Point anyway ... I know that's a stick in the eye of the Holier than you crowd but I don't care, they can run what they want to run & I'll run what I want to run because I'm the one paying the Utility Bills at my House and until that changes I'll keep running what I want to run ...
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