1996-03-19 - Re: The return of the IPG Unbreakable System

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From: Arley Carter <ac@hawk.twinds.com>
To: IPG Sales <ipgsales@cyberstation.net>
Message Hash: 22a251ba4ed2b5f4c3093b398ed7f2fea6ecc1ede0230b919581c79ebe1dc421
Message ID: <Pine.HPP.3.91.960319110834.9458D-100000@hawk.twinds.com>
Reply To: <Pine.BSD/.3.91.960318192022.469B-100000@citrine.cyberstation.net>
UTC Datetime: 1996-03-19 18:05:18 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 20 Mar 1996 02:05:18 +0800

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From: Arley Carter <ac@hawk.twinds.com>
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 1996 02:05:18 +0800
To: IPG Sales <ipgsales@cyberstation.net>
Subject: Re: The return of the IPG Unbreakable System
In-Reply-To: <Pine.BSD/.3.91.960318192022.469B-100000@citrine.cyberstation.net>
Message-ID: <Pine.HPP.3.91.960319110834.9458D-100000@hawk.twinds.com>
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On Mon, 18 Mar 1996, IPG Sales wrote:

> Ladies and Gentlemen -
> For the last three plus weeks, some of the members of the C'Punks list 
> have had the IPG algorithms in their possesion. 
> None, to date have suggested that the system is unbreakable - to the 
> contrary a few have stated that they believe it is unbreakable, but do 
> not want to go on the record yet. 
[Lots of Stuff Snipped]

If an IPG fell in a forest and nobody heard it, would it make a sound ?

Arley Carter
Tradewinds Technologies, Inc.
email: ac@hawk.twinds.com
www: http://www.twinds.com

"Trust me. This is a secure product. I'm from <insert your favorite 
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