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Old 2014-01-21, 20:06   #1
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Default CKDO strikes again...

Look at this interesting finding (cf "Recent Cleared" report)

Carsten Kossendey Manual testing 94120709 F Jan 21 2014 4:33PM 2.3 0.0141 3003017529333346278769446165944533334041

Carsten Kossendey Manual testing 93231319 F Jan 21 2014 4:33PM 2.3 0.3064 8905204055076047203464593397266160312647


TFing 94 M exponents to 131 and 132 bits is quite an achievement...

I would like to know what went wrong with the server..., or with anything else.

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Old 2014-01-21, 20:17   #2
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Both large factors are composite.

94120709 has two 66 bit factors (one of which could be discovered by P-1).
93231319 has two factors, 66 and 68 bits (both could be discovered by P-1).

Nothing that couldn't be discovered by normal means.
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Old 2014-01-21, 20:18   #3
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Looking closer, it seems that for each number, 2 factors were found and the server recorded their product as a composite factor. Is it supposed to be so?

Cross posting with Mini Geek.
Still, my question holds.

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Old 2014-01-21, 20:35   #4
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Looking closer, it seems that for each number, 2 factors were found and the server recorded their product as a composite factor. Is it supposed to be so?
Short answer: Yes.

Nothing new to see here, it has been discussed before (but I'm too lazy to search for the thread(s) right now).
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Old 2014-01-21, 20:47   #5
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Thanks.
It´s not a very common situation, though, so I had no idea the server would present us with a single large factor.
Case dismissed...
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Old 2014-01-21, 21:01   #6
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Thanks.
It´s not a very common situation, though, so I had no idea the server would present us with a single large factor.
Case dismissed...
I've had it happen at least twice on a p1.
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Old 2014-01-22, 01:18   #7
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Maybe he's Curtis Cooper in disguise?
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