MrRubix wrote:Still working on it, but I think it'll be okay if I give it some more thought.
My main issue is speed. How fast have people gotten this down to?
I'm running it on a server and it times out after 30 seconds of processing, which is a bit annoying.
sharpskater69 wrote:Be assured, you can't reverse this. It's basically a big binary tree with a lot of "dead branches" (impossible combinations). Since this can be solved with the right hash, that will be your goal, then everything else is plugged in to the algorithm(given). For that hash, looping is not what needs to be done though, think of an alternative.
gtrrkicw wrote:I just finished this challenge after about a day of work. After a bit of optimizing my program will crack the challenge in a few seconds (less than 5) every time.
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