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SiRoYa

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We are currently using GPU in our application.
What we need is SHA-1 bruteforce in reasonable time.
Some specifications of our system:

Algorithm: SHA-1
Data hashed (keyspace): 15 bytes + const salt (varies from each calculation)
Charset: 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09
So complexity is 15^10

We use currently ATI products, but searching 15^10 still takes about 2 days
.. and we need to bruteforce A LOT.
So question is:
Is any of your fpga products will be faster and more reasonable than ATI
HD6970/HD5970 GPU ?
What's performance of Spartan-3 fpga ?


if u have any idea what im talking about . then please email me
info@siroya.org
 

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up..................
 

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We Can write a code for sha-1. But the performance of FPGA brute force depends on how many FPGAs you could use in parallel. Any way you can call me for SHA-1 code.
 

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