Did cfwprophet ever release his BUK - Bruteforce U Key?

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by kornychaos, Oct 6, 2015.

  1. kornychaos
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  2. Essometer

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    Is your heater broken or why do you want to heat your room?
     
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  3. TheZander

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    someone with a bitcoining rig might give it a shot. They got all that cooling set up anyways.
     
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    I'm willing to take a gamble. If it's random, what's the harm?
     
  5. CosmoCortney

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    on the cool side of the pillow
    nvm
     
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  6. Essometer

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    You can be more productive with your CPU time.
    Even if all Computers in the world would try to bruteforce that key, it would
    take more time than the universe has left. ( maybe a bit less)

    Just don`t. Save yourself or your mommy the electrical bill.
     
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    What will this even do?
     
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    but what if the key is 00000000000000000000000000000001.....did anyone try that yet?
     
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    yeah I even tried 00000000000000000000000000000002 ... no luck buddy, the securtiy is too damn tight!
     
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    bear with me here, i know this is a completely radical far out suggestion.....but maybe its 00000000000000000000000000000003 ......i know right....like how did we not think of that already....shit I'm on fire today

    i wonder how many pages till we exhaust all possibilities....if only there was gateway hype going on we would have it cracked in 10 minutes
     
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  11. FaTaL_ErRoR

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    Lol, brute force? Really??
    So, you already can read save data. So you know the readable output of that. Take that same part you can read, input that data to the brute force backend, input the known keys used to decrypt part of it, then your brute force program can seek the answer much faster.
    When you know the output decrypted already it makes the key search much easier. You also know a few of the keys used to encrypt.
    Build a program that utilizes those know values, and you will drastically speed your process.
    I mean you can read most things in ram after ios decrypts them now so you are really only seeking one key.
    Also, you can use wordpress sites to brute force.....(kinda like the wordpress ddos) Or just rent server space and launch the program via website.
     
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    Look, I know you guys are joking with 00000000000000000000000000000001, but if we're going to be realistic the chance of the key being 0000000xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx is one in a million and even that is too long for all the computers in the world to brute force.













    Which is why we should try Shigeru Miyamoto's birthday. But repeated like 5 times. So 11161952111619521116195211161952.
     
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    if we start at 80000000000000000000000000000000 we can cut the time in half :tpi:
     
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    it's a tweet from 2014 though.
     
  15. kornychaos
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    I don't have Twitter and no one seems to have answered my question, so if anyone would kindly tweet and ask him if this has been released, that would be fantastic and I thank you.
     
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    Is the same for all wiius? If yes could split the values and each user could try different parts at same time. If we share the program with the rest of the planet this absurd time cold be only a lifetime.
     
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    This program is completely useless, and will never accomplish anything of value. Not only are most keys already publicly known at this point, the probability of this succeeding before Earth's destruction is astronomically low.
     
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    The wii u common key is already known. And this tweet was from before it was released. Now it's obsolete.
     
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    I believe this would also work for brute forcing the Starbuck Ancast key's SHA hash.
     
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    ftfy
     
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