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Shann
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2007-07-02 15:53:03

This project don't send work since October 2006.

I think it could be considered as retired
Cori
 
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2007-07-02 16:34:35
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Yes, it's been a long time without hearing something new from there.
But I still hope that the project will come back to life. I'll quote a post from their admin Marc (although that post is quite old... ):
Posted 10 Nov 2006

Currently nobody is working on HashClash,
since I want to devote my time on getting my degree.
Hopefully we will have work again around mid 2007,
this time for SHA-1 instead of MD5.
And then I also want to implement serverside determined credits.

---> from: here
Greetings from Cori
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2007-09-05 12:24:08

Some news from the project HashClash

I quote Marc, project administrator

message posted 30 Aug 2007 10:15:55 UTC
Last modified: 30 Aug 2007 11:18:20 UTC



Hello everyone,

First of all, I am happy to announce that I've received my Master's degree cum Laude!
Currently we are still working on MD5 and chosen-prefix collisions.
However, project HashClash is not likely to become active again soon.

If you enjoyed crunching for us on hashfunctions then I would like to suggest this new BOINC project working on SHA-1, the successor of MD5:
http://boinc.iaik.tugraz.at/sha1_coll_search/

Thanks for your help!


source
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2007-09-05 13:59:31

*Sniff* I had hoped HashClash would come to life again. But SHA-1 Collision Search is sure a good "replacement".
Greetings from Cori
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