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Old 2002-11-06, 22:49   #1
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Default Certicom 109-bit challenge solved

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&ncid=581&e=1&cid=581&u=/nm/20021106/tc_nm/tech_certicom_contest_dc
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Old 2002-11-08, 21:40   #2
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Thanks for posting that. Just so you know, the project website announced this fact on the 23rd of October and the project itself was completed on the 15th of October.
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Old 2002-11-09, 00:21   #3
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hey, I'm glad SOMEBODY posted it. I've been following cryptology off and on for a number of years, but I didn't realize that that problem had been solved until I read it here. Life just gets busy some times ya know?
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