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'[EE] Re: Fast FPGA-based SHA-1 and MD5 bruteforce '
2007\11\30@035905 by Peter Todd

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On Thu, Nov 29, 2007 at 10:35:10AM +0700, soliton wrote:

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That's a really cool project. I especially like that the hardware that
does the work is actually repurposed video effects boards that were
reverse engineered by a custom JTAG program. It's not often that you see
a high-end example of someone successfully hacking custom hardware, very
impressive.

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2007\11\30@105747 by Martin Klingensmith

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Peter Todd wrote:
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> That's a really cool project. I especially like that the hardware that
> does the work is actually repurposed video effects boards that were
> reverse engineered by a custom JTAG program. It's not often that you see
> a high-end example of someone successfully hacking custom hardware, very
> impressive.
>
I just finished my thesis on using FPGAs for brute force RC5 and DES.
Not as impressive as this though.
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Martin K

2007\11\30@132104 by alan smith

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Hmmm...is this the starbridge system I wonder? Cant get to it at work...its blocked by our baracuda filter

Martin Klingensmith <spam_OUTmartinTakeThisOuTspamnnytech.net> wrote:  Peter Todd wrote:
>
> That's a really cool project. I especially like that the hardware that
> does the work is actually repurposed video effects boards that were
> reverse engineered by a custom JTAG program. It's not often that you see
> a high-end example of someone successfully hacking custom hardware, very
> impressive.
>
I just finished my thesis on using FPGAs for brute force RC5 and DES.
Not as impressive as this though.
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Martin K

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