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Message 8415 - Posted: 29 Dec 2022, 10:42:17 UTC

The link https://stats.distributed.net/projects.php?project_id=8 should be accessible from here, perhaps in the "computing, statistics" menu.
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Message 8417 - Posted: 30 Dec 2022, 5:06:45 UTC

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Good idea I have been wondering how we are getting along with this .
I did read somewhere [some internet poo site] that it `could` take `up too` 150 years to crack one of thease
though that's probably only if I use my old AMD K6-2 550 (it is overclocked to 604 MHz :-) it was fast in its day . . . .
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Message 8418 - Posted: 30 Dec 2022, 5:27:31 UTC - in response to Message 8417.  

+1
Good idea I have been wondering how we are getting along with this .
I did read somewhere [some internet poo site] that it `could` take `up too` 150 years to crack one of thease
though that's probably only if I use my old AMD K6-2 550 (it is overclocked to 604 MHz :-) it was fast in its day . . . .
I've given away or sold anything that old, my slowest is 2GHz, and broken. The MB and SSD failed simultaneously. Strange that, I've never known one break the other. Mind you the MB was already flaky - slow ethernet, intermittent USB, sometimes no display output. I found a working MB for £10, then sold the broken one for £15(!). SSD just arrived yesterday.
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