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November 17, 2013, 09:34:21 AM
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You have better chances of winning the lotto than break open an address in 10 years
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November 17, 2013, 01:58:19 PM
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Can you show us some of your work? Or a github account, perhaps?

also:
>SQL tuning
>Microsoft Excel

That list was absolutely the biggest laugh i've had in a long time... It looks like a 16 year old collected a list of all the things he sort of came in contact with.

Why would should do? (My works are not public, work for goverment administration intranet systems, healthcare systems...)


You have better chances of winning the lotto than break open an address in 10 years

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November 17, 2013, 02:15:12 PM
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How about a curriculum vitae then?

Also, if you agree on the fact that it's nearly impossible to get a private key, how do you expect people to buy this?
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November 17, 2013, 02:26:28 PM
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How about a curriculum vitae then?

Also, if you agree on the fact that it's nearly impossible to get a private key, how do you expect people to buy this?

If you have a chance (now or in the future) to reach x1000 of the hash rate of one radeon 5xxx (20Mh/s) with oclvanitygen you will increase chances of get a collision and store it with the application.
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November 17, 2013, 02:27:34 PM
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How about a curriculum vitae then?

Also, if you agree on the fact that it's nearly impossible to get a private key, how do you expect people to buy this?

If you have a chance (now or in the future) to reach x1000 of the hash rate of one radeon 5xxx with oclvanitygen you will increase chances of get a collision and store it with the application.
Which still makes it absolutely useless.
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November 17, 2013, 02:33:35 PM
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How about a curriculum vitae then?

Also, if you agree on the fact that it's nearly impossible to get a private key, how do you expect people to buy this?

If you have a chance (now or in the future) to reach x1000 of the hash rate of one radeon 5xxx (20Mh/s) with oclvanitygen you will increase chances of get a collision and store it with the application.

You mean: If you converted the entire energy output of the sun to key-cracking in the most efficient way possible, you'd have a chance that's virtually indistinguishable from zero to find a private key for a given address if you run the program until the sun dies in 5B year.

Seriously: Check the numbers, this type of attack doesn't even come close to being feasible and you're asking people to pay for it?
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November 17, 2013, 02:38:31 PM
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How about a curriculum vitae then?

Also, if you agree on the fact that it's nearly impossible to get a private key, how do you expect people to buy this?

If you have a chance (now or in the future) to reach x1000 of the hash rate of one radeon 5xxx (20Mh/s) with oclvanitygen you will increase chances of get a collision and store it with the application.

You mean: If you converted the entire energy output of the sun to key-cracking in the most efficient way possible, you'd have a chance that's virtually indistinguishable from zero to find a private key for a given address if you run the program until the sun dies in 5B year.

Seriously: Check the numbers, this type of attack doesn't even come close to being feasible and you're asking people to pay for it?
Don't mess with him, dude! He's very experienced with Alfresco and Struts.
He's can SQL your socket in NO TIME.
I messed with a Java Nivel alto guy once... Biggest mistake ever. He Microsoft Excelled my Oracle.
He's an "31337 |-|4><0|9"
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November 17, 2013, 04:15:47 PM
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... and you're asking people to pay for it?

Ok, edited it at first post, dont have any interest on sell it...
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