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I just had a thought: Would anyone be interested in helping to develop a distributed rtgen system? I was thinging along the lines of fold@home or seti@home or the electricsheep project. The idea would be that Everyone downloads a client that uses spare CPU cycles to generate rainbow tables. I think it would be REALL REALLY cool. Anyone interested in maybe exploring the idea a litle more?

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I just had a thought: Would anyone be interested in helping to develop a distributed rtgen system? I was thinging along the lines of fold@home or seti@home or the electricsheep project. The idea would be that Everyone downloads a client that uses spare CPU cycles to generate rainbow tables. I think it would be REALL REALLY cool. Anyone interested in maybe exploring the idea a litle more?

I really like this idea. Im surrounded by hundreds of computers that could lend some spare cycles on maybe a Sunday when nobody works.

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Distributed rainbow table generation, sounds interesting. It would be cooler if the rainbow table itself were distributed, with lots of redundancy too. Maybe a small local rainbow table, if it can't be cracked there, then use the distributed one.

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Distributed rainbow table generation, sounds interesting. It would be cooler if the rainbow table itself were distributed, with lots of redundancy too. Maybe a small local rainbow table, if it can't be cracked there, then use the distributed one.

mmm this is a good idea.../me thinks about it

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I wanted to help :-(

But all the positions are fillled.... Oh well...

thier is one left

im gana try and take it i have never done this b4 so i gues it who get done first if you want to dubble team it.

rtgen lm all 1 7 6 9000 40000000 #15 is the one I am talking about.

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Well, I know C and I'm interested, but I'm stretched a bit thin at the moment. I'd love to exchange ideas and concepts and maybe review some code, but I doubt I'll find the time to write some myself.

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I wanted to help :-(

But all the positions are fillled.... Oh well...

Ditto...maybe we can start hosting the tables via BitTorrent or something to contribute? :cry:

I wanna help! :D

No kidding! Too bad I found out about this too late, otherwise I would have generated some tables, as well. If we decide to do some MD5 tables or another project, I'll definitely pitch in.

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If you want to start signing up for bittorrent seeds, simply go to the hak5 irc,

irc.hak5.org

#Rainbowtables

irc://irc.hak5.org/Rainbowtables

There, you can hit up Silivrenion for info on seeding.

As for The next project, there are a number of possibilities of what type of hashes we will be aiming at next. We'll keep you posted.

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Started late last night by caffeine addicted IRCrs.

http://hak5.org/wiki/index.php?title=Commu..._Rainbow_Tables

irc://irc.techphile.ca/RainbowTables

Have at it!

I kind of like your idea, and as a matter of fact I am also embarking on a similar project. But instead of having a client software connecting to a central server somewhere over the Atlantic. I am thinking in building my own distributed system.

I am still in the process of investigating what tools to use in order to achieve my goal.

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