Distributed Computing - Active Projects - Cryptography Help distributed.net 's RC5 project crack data encryption schemes (legally). distributed.net, which began in 1997, was the first well-known public distributed computing project and the RC5 project (specifically the RC5-32/12/7 (56-bit) project) was its first project. The RC5 project uses a brute-force search technique to find an encryption key, testing each possible key until it finds one which successfully decrypts a test message. The project completed its RC5-64 project on September 25, 2002 (it found the winning key on July 14, 2002, after 1,757 days). The key was found with the work of 331,252 volunteers (and after 15,268,315,356,922,380,288 keys (82.8% of the keyspace) were tested). The RC5-72 project began on December 3, 2002 and is still active. See the project's download page for the latest version of the client, and the project's pre-release page for versions which are available for testing before they become official versions.
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