Re: The mad dutch-oven thief strikes again
In article <20090102124208.446409609708102@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Roger Burton West <roger+asr200901@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Central Locking for Houses(tm). ISAGN.
They'd only add radio keys, and you know the level of security on
("It's OK! It's encrypted!" Yeah, and some of us have heard of replay
attacks, but apparently not you.)
That's an easily-solvable (and long-since solved) technical problem.
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