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Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 17:10:44 +0100
From: "Larry Bonner" <>
Subject: Re: AES Bitslice and the PS3 MD5 cracking.

I saw the presentation, it is now claimed PS3 can compute 1.9 billion
calculations per second..

The presentation:

The code:

If this is all true, wouldn't it be great to see benchmarks for JTR on
PS3? - probably wouldn't be that difficult to port over.

On 12/4/07, Russell Fulton <> wrote:
> Reading the paper reports in local computerworld we found that when they
> quoted Nick directly he referred to md5 *cycles* per second.  My
> knowledge of md5 is hazy at best but iirc for each hash there are 64 of
> cycles.
> Does this make sense?
> Russell

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