The days are passing very quickly. Seems like I get-up in the morning, and then it's dark again.
Today I compiled some notes on using GPU(graphic Processor Unit) for passphrase brute forcing using 'CUDA'. CUDA is a 'c' programming development platform from Nvidia. It's good, because CUDA has been used to create software for brute forcing passphrases on the WPA/WPA2 protocol. The Opensource package used from Backtrack is Pyrit. There is commercial software from Elcommsoft. The Elcommsoft package enables the workload to be distributed among 1000 workstations, also using encryption to report back the results.
Watched some primers on Assembly language.
I listened to a lot of 'The Doors' today on you tube. I know youtube links are lame, but anyway :