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C2 Brute force attack

1
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/01/30 01:00UTC ID:rzkVvcuA
http://pbx.mine.nu/ch/c2bf/

Please donate idle CPU time to this effort. More details at the url.
Starting April 2004, all satellite and OTA digital broadcasts in Japan
will be copy protected. This brute-force attack effort is one of the
steps towards circumventing HDTV copy protection.
2
Name:
AbiwebDivX
Date:
2004/01/30 17:34UTC ID:MkzzIsgQ
i do it, but i don't undestand abou this. Any way i help you =)

Tnks for Yumeria

www.aniwebdivx.com


3
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/02 03:42UTC ID:pVDz+XCk
download! contribute! join!
4
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/02/02 16:55UTC ID:7hesKtVk
I doubt it'll work. On a related note, were you able to
capture the first episode of "Paranoia Agent" just aired
on WOWOW?
I'm pretty sure it was a copy-once-enhanced broadcasting.
If no digital raws for this one shows up it might be an
evidence that Copy-Once indeed works.
5
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/02/02 17:34UTC ID:7hesKtVk
Never mind. Looks like the first episode just turned up.
However, I have to check out the quality first.
We know that one can always record copy-once-program
on VHS at capture it from there. ^^;
6
Name:
774saso
Date:
2004/02/02 19:15UTC ID:BbZG4zPM
womaira sugeena(w
7
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/02/02 19:15UTC ID:kxQakRN6
the day of finish
http://www.geocities.jp/dhaluu/index_2.html
8
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/02 23:50UTC ID:sD8JPvT+
>>5
WOWOW can always be captured using DVCap, or hacked DR-20000 DVHS.
9
Name:
cloud@am
Date:
2004/02/03 03:23UTC ID:EbeEyn3A
downloded and joined.
any conf to do?

coz i plan to run on ALL PC in my college. please advice.
10
Name:
cloud@am
Date:
2004/02/03 03:25UTC ID:EbeEyn3A
is the software downloded will auto assign to timecop team?
proud to join :P
11
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/03 04:13UTC ID:sD8JPvT+
you need to follow the instructions to join my team.
which is basically clicking "rank" on the tray menu and entering
timecop / pocemit for username / password in the web page that comes
up.

Thanks!
12
Name:
cloud@am
Date:
2004/02/03 06:21UTC ID:EbeEyn3A
got it.

i got the failed on report()
what's that?
13
Name:
cloud@am
Date:
2004/02/03 06:23UTC ID:EbeEyn3A
i guess the site is down.

how the program send and recieve data? no need configurations?
if i install them in my college, di i need to set the proxy in order to work?

Thanks
14
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/03 06:39UTC ID:sD8JPvT+
it'll connect to marumo.ne.jp, so allow that program to access it.
But if the machines can browse the web there should be no problem,
most likely.
The site is up/down on and off, I guess scalability issues with the
server. The clients will retry if they fail. So just leave it running.
15
Name:
cloud@am
Date:
2004/02/03 07:05UTC ID:EbeEyn3A
i keep failed on report()even site up.
do it got problem running behind a router? do i need do port fowarding?
16
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/03 07:36UTC ID:sD8JPvT+
duno? it works for me.
I don't use any firewall software or hardware, though.
there's quite a few forums up on this subject, which provide instructions.

http://animereactor.ath.cx/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5401&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=45
http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?act=ST&f=42&t=29437&s=784e902057e296ae1e8c5c6f8156cc63
http://www.anime-ftp.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=526

and some others, I just fished these out of my referrer logs
17
Name:
lcmic
Date:
2004/02/03 12:50UTC ID:kTXXMNwM
The site said the server had downed, but the problem have fixed.
But the rank of timecop group drop from 3 to 4.
We need to run more client, or the rank keep droping!!
18
Name:
lcmic
Date:
2004/02/03 12:56UTC ID:kTXXMNwM
The program seems to be using typical HTTP header to communicate with server,
just like you visit a website.
So, if you need proxy setting for IE(or other browser), you have to set proxy in the program.
Otherwise, you don't need to set anything.
19
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/03 13:48UTC ID:TSDlqymw
actualy the program doesn't use "standard" windows API's to access,
so IE's proxy settings will not work, but it does provide its own
proxy setup dialog.

The site is back up, let's get back to cracking!
(you need to exit c2bf.exe if you have it running, and restart it)
20
Name:
cloud@am
Date:
2004/02/03 17:27UTC ID:TDZFV5jw
lol~ i am the one who post at lowyat.net

here also
http://www.animemalaysia.com/amsite/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=31384
21
Name:
Japanese@Team2ch
Date:
2004/02/04 04:00UTC ID:0kl3w55Q
hello

client software is updated. the main change point is a djustment of retry interval for avoiding a server dead

http://www.marumo.ne.jp/c2/bf/status.html
22
Name:
Japanese@Team2ch
Date:
2004/02/04 04:15UTC ID:0kl3w55Q
Oh! "mail to sage" is available!
23
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/04 04:57UTC ID:j4FWx5FU
thanks.
client link updated for windows and unix.
also new version of run-as-NT service using updated 2.1.1 code.
24
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/02/05 03:49UTC ID:8LjkoCf6
5 Feb - I temporarily removed all client download link.
This is for making server load low.
A new server machine is now under order and shift schedule is 14 Feb or 15 Feb

http://www.marumo.ne.jp/c2/bf/status.html
25
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/02/05 04:20UTC ID:8LjkoCf6
http://www.marumo.ne.jp/mrtg/cpu.html
26
Name:
Darlando
Date:
2004/02/05 05:35UTC ID:KjSHGeqg
woot im in on this, im joining as soon as i can get this thing to
work, ill also put it on my RO server comp
(up almost 15 hours a day.)
27
Name:
RHA
Date:
2004/02/05 11:07UTC ID:zaUNVA4s
Streckhunden @ your service
http://www.streckhunden.com/phpsysinfo/
Up 24/7
To bad the linux program doesnt support smp or ht
28
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/06 08:55UTC ID:zD3/8wFY
you can join my team!
do it now!
Use the "move" function to move from another team into my team:
1. go to the rank page
2. At the bottom, click "登録情報更新" (login)
3. enter your current team details
4. In the textbox on the bottom, enter your client ID (from the registry - HKCU\Software\marumo\c2bf.exe)
5. In the following 2 textboxes, enter my team info - username: timecop, password: pocemit.
6. Click "移動" button!

Thanks! :)
29
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/02/06 15:45UTC ID:sbf7IfUI
Actually, it would be appreciated if people DIDN'T join for the time being.
Since Marumo's server is constantly on the verge of overloading, and he has taken
down the link to the client on his site in an effort to temporarily halt the increase in users.

A new server is due to be set up on the 8th according to his site.
30
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/02/07 07:55UTC ID:CCHVki0g
Feb 7: I decided on the shift time of a server as 15:00 GMT on February 8.
If possible, please stop your client software for 20 minutes from 14:50 GMT to 15:10 GMT.
31
Name:
Ponders
Date:
2004/02/07 12:37UTC ID:1v7GAybs
With the progress as of now, when is it due to finish
(approximately)? And when did this project start?
32
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/07 12:49UTC ID:XRc91LTA
>>31
Started around end of November.
See >>7 for the site that lists current progress.
33
Name:
takasagi
Date:
2004/02/07 14:55UTC ID:SdPusx1U
Updated introdutcion page about timecop.
Thanx.

The new server comes 24 hours later.
Are you ready?
34
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/07 14:56UTC ID:XRc91LTA
yay!
Yes I'm keeping track of the server.
Tomorrow night, right?
Thanks for updating my profile :)
35
Name:
takasagi
Date:
2004/02/07 15:05UTC ID:mdL24WNQ
It's sure.The shift is TOMORROW.
I guess many carefulless guys are in the world.
36
Name:
estorel
Date:
2004/02/08 00:44UTC ID:E2BvOqrg
hmm, when i run the program i get "failed on get_id()" and "failed on load_id()" errors
had a quick look and it appears that it is not writing to the registry.
any ideas?
winXP SP1/athlonXP 2400+
37
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/08 00:46UTC ID:z0+b68rw
you are probably behind firewall / disallowing outgoing network
traffic to www.marumo.ne.jp
38
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/08 14:38UTC ID:z0+b68rw
please shut down your clients from
23:50 until ~ 24:10 JST!
39
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/09 00:03UTC ID:Zi8qJc4g
new server arrived, add as many machines as you can!
go go go!
40
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/02/09 05:34UTC ID:LEXur6XQ
huh i think i joined but wanted to make sure caus im getting
my own personal rank just on one machine but im at 397 right
now wanted to make sure that even tho im getting my own rank
taht i was still helping the team or do i need to sign in
everytime my ip changes

on xp barton clocked at 2300 mhz running 24/7 since the 28 of january
41
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/09 06:42UTC ID:Fq2oWosk
the ID does not depend on the IP address
"rank" in the systray icon is your personal machine rank.
If you click "rank" in the tray icon it should take you to first page
with the team name on it.
If it takes you to nth page with only your machine, then you didn't
join the team - follow instructions at http://pbx.mine.nu/ch/c2bf/
42
Name:
lcmic
Date:
2004/02/09 11:44UTC ID:5CF0aU/k
Oh, all teams with @Team2Ch surfix are combining into one.
It cause to timecop's team stay at the third and the possibility to be the second is lower.
43
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/02/09 14:02UTC ID:Q7u9+dt2
so what?
more people helping the better.
teams don't mean anything.
44
Name:
cloud@am
Date:
2004/02/14 08:19UTC ID:8QmL2mIs
i already run the BF attack for dunno how many days
heven't shut down since 8 days before

my stat is 992/8348 now
45
Name:
cloud@am
Date:
2004/02/14 10:22UTC ID:8QmL2mIs
i got a question.

what is the completed blocks at http://www.marumo.ne.jp/c2/bf/status.html
if completed 100%, the encryption gone for good?
46
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/15 12:06UTC ID:JQK7Uz4U
no, if its 100% and key is not found, that means S-Box was invalid,
and we are screwed.
47
Name:
arnezami
Date:
2004/02/15 16:28UTC ID:lxwXd8+E
This may be stupid questions...

What do you mean by an 'S-Box'?
And how are our chances of suceeding to find a key at all?

48
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/16 05:22UTC ID:FxWQQG6A
the current crack session is to confirm encryption parameters. The algorithm
depends on 256 bytes "seed" (S-Box) in order to provide strong encryption. Without
knowing this "seed", it is absolutely impossible to brute-force the algorithm.
So, a very likely S-Box was found and is now being tested on a known piece of known
encrypted data.
If this S-Box is valid, the key will be found eventually. If it isn't
well, then as I said, we are screwed.
49
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/02/16 08:21UTC ID:LzxasDjw
Hello , first and foremost let me apologize for the behaviour of some of our team members, we've had an influx of new people in the past aday or so, and most of them
apparently don't have manners,let me state that the changing of Team's TimeCop memo at cb2f's project is NOT condoned by the majority of the team, but as the passwords
for teams are public, there is nothing other than trying to restrain our members with words.
The main purpose of this is clear, to help crack the key, being number 1 comes second , and is not as important.
50
Name:
Killmaus@Animereactor
Date:
2004/02/16 08:23UTC ID:LzxasDjw
Somehow my name did not appear in the post above.
51
Name:
Jaime
Date:
2004/02/16 13:18UTC ID:wBRZvx+2
uh, the spaniards are beating the rest of the world to a bloody pulp
52
Name:
cloud@am
Date:
2004/02/16 22:39UTC ID:MIJThI4+
err.... if screwed, we need to try another s-box? or?

this might be stupid.... u think how much success chance we got?
53
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/16 23:10UTC ID:NLAlCmTI
1 in 256^256.
54
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/17 05:06UTC ID:NLAlCmTI
To give you an idea of the number, it's:

1 in 3.231700607131100730071487668867e+616 or
1 in 32317006071311007300714876688669951960444102669715484032130345427524\
65513886789089319720141152291346368871796092189801949411955915049092\
10950881523864482831206308773673009960917501977503896521067960576383\
84067568276792218642619756161838094338476170470581645852036305042887\
57589154106580860755239912393038552191433338966834242068497478656456\
94948561760353263220580778056593310261927084603141502585928641771167\
25943603718461857357598351152301645904403697613233287231227125684710\
82020972515710172693132346967854258065669793504599726835299863821552\
51663894373355436021354332296046453184786049521481935558536110595962\
30656

Another words, chances are pretty damn low.
55
Name:
cloud@am
Date:
2004/02/17 11:02UTC ID:MIJThI4+
(゚Д゚|||)

omg...
56
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/18 03:59UTC ID:o72oit52
To quote marumo on the current project,
"The cracking target is a block key of the 256 byte piece of known
data. During this crack, I want to check the S-Box validity."

S-Box currently tested is the DVD-Audio S-Box (DVD-A uses same C2 cipher),
so in the event that AVHDD was assigned a different S-Box by 4C entity (likely)
or if Matsushita decided to use a different S-Box (unlikely, this weakens
the algorithm), we are, again, screwed.

My guess is, if this test run fails, other methods of obtaining AVHDD
S-Box might be attempted. Due to the high number of possible combinations,
however, any brute-forcing of the S-Box is absolutely out of the question.
57
Name:
cloud@am
Date:
2004/02/18 11:36UTC ID:tMrMRg3U
means impossible?
58
Name:
Jazzinghen
Date:
2004/02/18 20:23UTC ID:RjdScLfY
Hi!
Even if it is almost impossible everyone has to to this.
We cannot let them block us with some stupid key.
I'm working on this project since last saturday and I'll keep this up
until we won't bypass this protection!
Free the satellitar transmission!
Jazzinghen Da Groove.
59
Name:
imaginefox
Date:
2004/02/19 02:44UTC ID:XSsuiHXM
What is posted here and what Takasagi posted (in his English) seems
to differ somewhat.

Can anyone clear up the following issues:
1) are we looking for a single key that was generated by this seed?
2) if we find this key how can we be sure that we have the correct
seed? how do we know i couldn't have been generated by a different
seed?
3) can anyone post a clear explaination of what this algorithm is?
the links(4centity &dtcp), posts, etc. differ. Is it a diffe-hellman
public key encryption? What is the secret size 2^2048? Is all this
effort commited just to find the key derived from modulus with a prime?
60
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/19 04:43UTC ID:cHBVW6EU
1) this has nothing to do with seeds or random numbers.
2) see #1
3) "The Cryptomeria Cipher (C2) is a Feistel network-based block cipher designed for use in the area of digital
entertainment content protection. The cipher was designed for cryptographic robustness, efficiency when
implemented in software, and small size when implemented in hardware."
block size: 64bit, key size: 56bit.
Reference: http://www.4centity.com/data/tech/spec/C2_100.pdf
We are currently evaluating the algorithm using DVD-Audio S-Box in place of the "SecretConstant[256]" as
described in the above specification.
61
Name:
imaginefox
Date:
2004/02/19 05:38UTC ID:XSsuiHXM
timecop the specs are very helpful.

in a ordinary iterative cipher like DES you have subkeys created from
the original key. from the sample code this appears to be the case with
C2 except C2's secret is 32x that of standard DES. But it performs 10
interations instead of 16.

am i understanding this correct?
62
Name:
thyno
Date:
2004/02/20 22:48UTC ID:lGC8zZic
I added 3 machines to your team that are just about up 24/7.
Glad to help, and good luck to all!

-thyno
63
Name:
jacekalbert
Date:
2004/02/21 09:51UTC ID:/Ttc8o6c
timecop ◆ I have question to u Did u post a film to alt.binaries.pl.divx
in password protected rar ?? If yes could u post password please :))
*o days*[01/47] - "pocemit 2.part01.rar"
64
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/21 10:22UTC ID:B7KbgDO2
why the hell would I pirate movies, in polish, and post to usenet
when there are no news servers in japland. so the answer is obviously no.
65
Name:
Defiler
Date:
2004/02/26 03:31UTC ID:D8xkmtvg
Is there a way to utilize multiple CPUs on a machine while retaining the system tray icon?
66
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/02/26 03:48UTC ID:Y6B5yZxM
i've heard people saying you can run multiple copies from different
directories. as far as I know that's unsupported though. On HT machines
running 2 copies isn't going to give you 100% improvement in performance,
anyway.
67
Name:
takasagi
Date:
2004/03/01 15:43UTC ID:1bH3K1m2
Hello.How about your PCs?
http://www.marumo.ne.jp/db2004_2.htm#28
The diary on 28 feb,
Marumo mentioned the day of finishing analysys and it's extention.
If the key can be found,
We will re-analysys 0X000000 to 0x11d7f2(about 7 percent of whole blocks).
68
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/03/02 05:44UTC ID:Pd7UjSsk
I wonder what my electric bill for this month is going to be.
69
Name:
67
Date:
2004/03/02 07:57UTC ID:1bH3K1m2
I'm sorry.
"If the key can be found, "-->>"If the key can NOT be found, "

The part 0X000000 to 0x11d7f2 were analysysed by the clients
they have no "check routine".

"check routine"
Check up myself against cracked "c2bf.exe".

I guess the true winner is an electric power company.:-)
70
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/02 15:54UTC ID:/+w56ePc
"The failure is imminent"? what it means? we're on the 97.83% and i think that we'll finish in 12 hours more... why are you talking about a failure?
71
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/02 15:55UTC ID:/+w56ePc
"The failure is imminent"? what it mean? we're on the 97.83% and i think that we'll finish in 12 hours more... why are you talking about a failure?
72
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/02 16:51UTC ID:sJH+2ACM
'couse we're looking for a single key, and unless that key is hidding in that 2.17% that still has to be computed (or in the first 7%), we are f****d.
73
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/02 19:12UTC ID:/+w56ePc
ouch! what a problem is this...
74
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/03/03 01:47UTC ID:lHpCnvAw
indeed. 72 summed it up quite nicely.
75
Name:
Murax
Date:
2004/03/03 07:21UTC ID:/+w56ePc
wow... it was on 99.94%... and then (one minute later) 92.94%...
one day more i think...
76
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/03/03 09:06UTC ID:lHpCnvAw
First 7% is being re-analyzed incase lamo hax0rs like animereactor
hacked clients to return bogus data just to get higher rank.
(Incase a key was inside that space). This shouldn't take too long,
assuming people don't start quitting now :)
77
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/03/03 13:32UTC ID:7L5tvsSg
> What happened to c2 bf? A few hours ago it was at 99.6% finished,
> Frozen-layer on top followed by 2ch then animereactor...
> Then 93% complete, 2ch still on top followed by Frozen then
> reactor... Did the server rollback its database?
Read few posts above this for explanation.
78
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/03 13:57UTC ID:4wJ8tyhQ
And the finger pointing begins...
79
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/03 14:01UTC ID:7L5tvsSg
who is finger pointing who?
80
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/03 18:46UTC ID:liWspVnk
timecop fingerpoints animereactor

maybe he doesn´t know that by a public announcement on share******.com
many people like me joined their team to help hack the hdtv encryption

or does he have proof of a hacked client?
81
Name:
Rafal
Date:
2004/03/03 23:50UTC ID:epfM5QpU
Of course he doesn't, he's probably still mad because of some people
changing his precious memo. Very immature and disappointing to see
someone publicly insulting an entire team here for the actions of only
a few.
82
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/05 00:40UTC ID:wMB8pY1+
We are now computing the FIRST 7%. AR wasn't part of the proyect by that time, so there is no sense in blaming at them.
The program has a "client validation" code that failed in that first 7%, so we are now computing again "in case" someone used a hacked client in that first 7%.
That seems quite unlikely to me, so I still believe the same I said at 72 >_<
83
Name:
Mekare
Date:
2004/03/05 08:45UTC ID:7P+524L6
Is there any way to see the personal stats like it is possible for the team stats ? I know my rank but I'd like to know how many units I have done and compare it with others.
84
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/05 08:46UTC ID:9uXFyHEc
count all the lines in the log.txt, i dont think there's an easier way.
85
Name:
Mekare
Date:
2004/03/05 08:50UTC ID:7P+524L6
There is no log.txt or I can't find it.
86
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/05 08:51UTC ID:9uXFyHEc
hm, you are running c2bf{s}.exe?
should be in the same dir where c2bf is running.
87
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/05 08:52UTC ID:7P+524L6
no I use the unix version. Must be the reason... There is no reference of any log file in the sources
88
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/05 08:53UTC ID:9uXFyHEc
ahhh. in unix version,
the "logfile" is the console.
so unless you did something like c2bf > somelogfile.txt
you cannot get how many blocks you did :/
89
Name:
Mekare
Date:
2004/03/05 08:55UTC ID:7P+524L6
No. I didn't. I was not aware it was needed.
But, since the soft give me my overall rank, there must be a way to get the number of done units.
90
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/05 08:58UTC ID:9uXFyHEc
maybe.
but why? It's almost over anyway ~
91
Name:
Mekare
Date:
2004/03/05 09:02UTC ID:7P+524L6
Yes. It was just to know. I have absolutely no idea how many units I've done.
Do you know why there is no user stats ? I hope they will be released at the end.
92
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/05 09:20UTC ID:9uXFyHEc
hm, not sure.
its not that important anyway.
and I think your rank isn't calculated using your past data (I haven't
looked closely at the server sources, so I don't know).
Because when you first start after some delay, your rank is quite low and
raises after few blocks. That means it's probably calculated simply by
the amount of time it takes for you to return one block.
(Just a guess, though).
93
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/05 13:42UTC ID:gcsf5hpc
for unix log file it's in ~/.c2bf/
94
Name:
Jazzinghen
Date:
2004/03/05 14:04UTC ID:UOzFoMnE
Well... We've almost finished...
But why does everybody say that the failure is near?
95
Name:
lcmic
Date:
2004/03/05 14:24UTC ID:SGqR34fw
It's because all the calculation have been done, but still can't figure out the S-Box for cracking HDTV copy protection.
96
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/05 15:47UTC ID:rrkL4gSg
no, s-box is figured out, its just the wrong one.
97
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/03/05 15:51UTC ID:rrkL4gSg
well, this round is finished, close your clients.
thank you for great support, and if another calculation round is
planned, be sure to participate again.
thanks all!
98
Name:
cloud@am
Date:
2004/03/06 12:20UTC ID:8EfFoIxc
failed to get blocks() :P

yaay~ success? or sob... failed?
99
Name:
cloud@am
Date:
2004/03/06 12:22UTC ID:8EfFoIxc
err... forget to read the upper post...

the answer is sob!
100
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/06 12:58UTC ID:9r39m+EU
ttp://www.asahi.com/culture/update/0305/001.html
Read and fear! ;)
101
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/06 15:15UTC ID:Fso0mZ6Y
What was the true propose of the attack? why if we've failed in this try the project is finished? we must try again, is for the future of the anime in countries like mine that we cant see anime in another form otherwise of downloading it from internet...
102
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/06 15:17UTC ID:Fso0mZ6Y
"Mar. 6 - The correct key was not found. We finished searching all 56 bit key space. I declare failure and finish of this project"
I really dont understand this....
103
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/06 15:19UTC ID:Fso0mZ6Y
http://www.asahi.com/culture/update/0305/001.html<-- what says that page? i dont understand japanese.
104
Name:
timecop ◆Tvw0VB3P16
Date:
2004/03/06 16:07UTC ID:XRc91LTA
it just says april 5th, copy protected satellite and ground digital
broadcasts start.
105
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/07 04:52UTC ID:Fso0mZ6Y
Please, if another calculation may be possible, please anounce it as fast as possible, for try it again...
106
Name:
Nameless
Date:
2004/03/07 11:00UTC ID:sbf7IfUI
from what it says on Marumo's page there won't be one.
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