Absoloutley not. BoinC is a client that allow processing of a varitey of different work packages for different goals such as seqyencing Malaria protiens, de-crypting the original Enigma message, SETI progect, CERN and many others. It is run by the University of Berkley and helps underfunded projects, individuals, and organisation have access to computing power that would otherwise be completley out of reach.
The DistrRTgen project uses to BoinC client to distribute work pacakges to individual machines which are then processed then uploaded back to the BoinC server as completed packages where they are then re-assembeled into usable data.
This porject has absoloutley nothing to do with any illegal activity whatsoever; the only reason I chose to post it in the "Hacking" forum was becuase the DistrRTgen project's goal is to assemble and compile massive lists of RainbowTables which forces lazy coders to use stronger and more aggressive methods password protection.
Basically it forces Admins to apply unique and individual salts to password hashes. You would be amazed at how many Admins are lazy and do not salt thier hashes.