64 Name: Captain Obvious 1993-09-4525 07:58 [no]

Even people with custom tripcodes barely scratch the surface of the possibilities. 56 bit key(8 characters of 7 bits, 8th bit discarded) -> cannot use # character (you only lose a tiny bit here) -> further reduced to something like [0-9a-zA-Z!@$%^&*()-=+;'/.?><:"`~]

Then again, the keyspace really doesn't matter, as the tripcode's pretty tiny too. Honestly, i'm surprised there are not any known collisions.

Yes, DES has been "broken". The problem is you need a lot of known or chosen plaintexts for the key, and a tripcode always uses the same plaintext (all 0x00) thus that isn't going to help.

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