Quite possibly . . .
bobs at twft.com
Thu Mar 12 19:21:32 EDT 2009
I stand corrected!
Calvary Chapel CM
On Mar 12, 2009, at 3:07 PM, Bill Marriott wrote:
>> However, if he means create a multiuser network device scanning
>> that can give you details on every device known to man, then somehow
>> decrypt every installed piece of software's license code,
>> interfaces with
>> all Office products from every age since it's inception, hacks
>> into the
>> NSA secure server, and bounces the data off a spy satellite, then of
>> course the answer would be, "nope."
> There's nothing about that Rev can't do, though. It's just a lot
> more work.
> It's a matter of reverse engineering the various encryption schemes
> APIs. After all, Revolution literally bounces data off satellites
> every day.
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