Seems like a good reason to use Linux (SYN flooding ineffective).
Anyways, if they don't want your CPU time, others do! Hang around the
crypt groups if you are interested. I know of one project that has only
486 machines available, and would love some help...this one has a working
data set of about 20 Mb though. There other less demanding projects too.
P.S. I've already processed several billion (trillion?) RC5 keys on my
lowly P5-166. All in the name of firstname.lastname@example.org of course! :-)
Back to regularly scheduled kernel programming...
-- Andrew E. Mileski mailto:email@example.com Linux Plug-and-Play Kernel Project http://www.redhat.com/linux-info/pnp/ XFree86 Matrox Team http://www.bf.rmit.edu.au/~ajv/xf86-matrox.html