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January 31, 2006

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Patryk Sielski

Unfortunately, the radio transmission has no encryption it's quite easy to catch the transmission ans send it back to the computer. Look at the transmission:

http://usprawnienia.wordpress.com/files/2006/02/PCLock.gif

Now I'm going to make a sniffing device ;-)

Dave

I'm only going by the product description but it seems to me even if it does pick up the signal from the button thing all it does it pop up a password prompt. So u still need to know the password.

All i can think is that its basically a screensaver with password that is the equivalent of having it on a really quick timer.

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