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C0der

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exe from 11/2011, cudart64_40_17.dll, GTX1050:
128 Resulting speed: 157552112 keys/s
512 Resulting speed: 185312192 keys/s
1024 Resulting speed: 200622912 keys/s
^
might be number of blocks
 

cayoenrique

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I hope you understand we are not competing in a case of conspiracy theories.
But I wonder why so many of you thinks that there are users with better tools and that they do not want to share them.

Let me be clear, Is the question is: In to today life, if there is the existence of some capable of Brute-forcing keys in seconds or millisecond the answer is YES.
Or are we going to forget that there are government and universities that have setup big array or hives of computer that they called super computers. Or the Claim of Google, Intel or many others that they claim they have build Quantum PC's?
So I bet you that from time to time when this computers get not use, some operator will push a code of it self to crack something mundane as a CSA Key!
 

sdrfgs

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Nevermind, I've tried it
using GTX 1650, it look like this, running 3 instances

86303616+85944680+86055840 = 258304136 keys/

Please post all the details of your system
which 1650 is it? the super? TI? how many gigs.
Cpu and ram etc

which version did you run? 102464?

By 3 instance i mean running 3 copys at the same time, not doing 3 runs , but 860+ per copy speed looks about right,
 

sdrfgs

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exe from 11/2011, cudart64_40_17.dll, GTX1050:
128 Resulting speed: 157552112 keys/s
512 Resulting speed: 185312192 keys/s
1024 Resulting speed: 200622912 keys/s
^
might be number of blocks
Is this on a laptop? what cpu , ram, ram speed , gpu driver version

The old 51264 got an awful 350 million when tested via a deskktop on a 1050 a few years ago
200622912 keys/s is terrible
 

sdrfgs

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exe from 11/2011, cudart64_40_17.dll, GTX1050:
128 Resulting speed: 157552112 keys/s
512 Resulting speed: 185312192 keys/s
1024 Resulting speed: 200622912 keys/s
^
might be number of blocks
If we look at the exe date of 2011, what card were around then. Just the newest were the 500 series


If we read that page we see some interesting numbers in the cuda cores config column, the code wont of been modernized for gpus with higher core counts as they didnt exist
 

moonbase

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I hope you understand we are not competing in a case of conspiracy theories.
But I wonder why so many of you thinks that there are users with better tools and that they do not want to share them.


Lets be clear, the fastest current brute force in the public domain is an RTX 4090 GPU with CudaBISS v102464.
None of the other NVIDIA GPU or CudaBISS versions can come close to this for speed of a BF.

Even with an RTX 4090, a full biss range takes a lot longer than the usual duration of a feed uplink.
The feed uplink will have closed down long before before the full range can be completed.

The only chance to BF the CW would be if it was early in the range or a CUDA server was being used running multiple RTX 4090 cards.
AI machines run powerful CUDA multi card setups, anyone with access to a top spec AI machine should be able to get some fast BF results.
 
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orangebirds

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Please post all the details of your system
which 1650 is it? the super? TI? how many gigs.
Cpu and ram etc

which version did you run? 102464?

By 3 instance i mean running 3 copys at the same time, not doing 3 runs , but 860+ per copy speed looks about right,
24GB RAM, 3 instances run at the same time, I use the 102464 exe you've shared
plain GTX1650, intel core i5 11th generation
I don't think the CPU and RAM matter that much, it's the CUDA cores, which is 896 cores, which is weird since RTX 3560 has 3584 CUDA cores
 

sdrfgs

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24GB RAM, 3 instances run at the same time, I use the 102464 exe you've shared
plain GTX1650, intel core i5 11th generation
I don't think the CPU and RAM matter that much, it's the CUDA cores, which is 896 cores, which is weird since RTX 3560 has 3584 CUDA cores

Is that the 1650 Super with GDDR 6 ram?

A very interesting result when you compare the cores to the 3060ti As it has much less cores but a slightly higher boost clock along with less ram and memory bandwidth.

What speed ram does your CPU have? and yes test have shown cudabiss performance likes faster memory such as 3200 mhz ddr 4 or better

Please try running a test with 4 or even 5 copys running. To see if you can max out any more performance
 

sdrfgs

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200622912 keys/s on a 1050:
Desktop, not a laptop. But it's a single instance, maybe thats the difference?
Yes, but thats very low speed here is some data from old test

gpu tweak OC mode
gpu boostclock 1518 mhz
357 million

gpu boostclock 1600 mhz
367 million

gpu boostclock 1600 mhz
mem +504 =7512 mhz
377 million

gpu boostclock 1600 mhz
mem +700 =7708 mhz
377 million pwr vrel issues

using msi afterburner

coreclock +150mhz
370 million
 

C0der

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Odd. CPU has only DDR4-2133, but that shoudnt matter and shows another bad design in that app.
 

sdrfgs

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Test done when connected remotely via VNC (uses GPU for remote machine so results will be lower)

102464.exe

1copy no overclock
Processing time: 36754.335938 (ms)
Total amount of keys searched: 68719476736.000000
Resulting speed: 1869697024 keys/s

1copy no overclock, no vnc connected
Processing time: 35364.453125 (ms)
Total amount of keys searched: 68719476736.000000
Resulting speed: 1943179392 keys/s

1copy (VNC connected)

+225 mhz powerlimit 108% power Fan %100 msi afterburner
Processing time: 34444.128906 (ms)
Total amount of keys searched: 68719476736.000000
Resulting speed: 1995099776 keys/s

6.72% boost from overclock
 
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sdrfgs

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Yes, but thats very low speed here is some data from old test

gpu tweak OC mode
gpu boostclock 1518 mhz
357 million

gpu boostclock 1600 mhz
367 million

gpu boostclock 1600 mhz
mem +504 =7512 mhz
377 million

gpu boostclock 1600 mhz
mem +700 =7708 mhz
377 million pwr vrel issues

using msi afterburner

coreclock +150mhz
370 million
Actually furthur to this it was in fact a 1050 TI model not a standard 1050, but still weak numbers
 

orangebirds

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Is that the 1650 Super with GDDR 6 ram?

A very interesting result when you compare the cores to the 3060ti As it has much less cores but a slightly higher boost clock along with less ram and memory bandwidth.

What speed ram does your CPU have? and yes test have shown cudabiss performance likes faster memory such as 3200 mhz ddr 4 or better

Please try running a test with 4 or even 5 copys running. To see if you can max out any more performance
CPU was running 4,18GHz
it's plain GTX1650 with 4GB GDDR6, not super one..

Right now I'm not with the computer, but the tool is really useful if you have encrypted record that doesn't give valid crypt8 and you want to decrypt it later with tsdec.

Another information is it runs perfectly on Linux with WINE staging 7.22, the later version doesn't support CUDA by default anymore.
 

sdrfgs

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Thanks for the info re wine linux and yes its the only real way to bruteforce those no crypt ts recordings.
 

dijitalxyz

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How s7up1d of me. Sorry

My password will always be, present and pass files. Easy no. I put password as in my experience files last longer on web. I suspect as they are lock no one complains. But the password is generic always the same.
Code:
www.sat-universe.com
working for me
sat-universe.com
may this is work
 

orangebirds

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I found the linux version of cwfinder on my HD
also from the read me
Forum: http://mower.orgfree.com/forum
Webpage: http://mower.orgfree.com

which you can still view in waybackmachine


I also have this, it's not multithreaded (one core usage only), compiled only in 32-bit binary

 
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