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    Hello friends,
    I am trying to sniff a biss key for a a certain channel. I guess it is an easy to find key like A1 B2 C3... or 1A B2 C3... or 11 AA 22...
    I need your help for proposals as my imagination is quite poor for this matter.
    I currently run a prog CWFinder0.9Beta but it will take 8 years on my computer to try all the possibilities and I am not so patient.
    Many thanks.
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    try to lease some CPU cycle time from a Cray computer, maybe you will get it in like 7 years and eleven months, lol.
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    As incredible as it may sound, a guy found a working biss key just by guessing it, trying few possible keys. It seems to me that most of biss keys are not randomly computed but created by a human who do not want to keep in memory a key with no logical structure.
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    his middle name must have been "lucky" then?
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    key developing is not just a kidding. A key decodes the encryption of any channel, although it seems useless figures and digits, but a huge hardwork is behind it.

    I developed a software to use free net, in a few moments it give MACS/ IPS, and by a little config. a person can use the internet easily , but I spent 7 months to develop this software , and still iam working at it.

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    Dear boknoy_ph,
    You are right. It was a matter of pure hazard. The biss key he found without computing is A1 B2 C3 D4 E5 F6 AND IT WORKS!
    This is the type of chance i would like to have.
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