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Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2003 22:45:24 +0100
From: Niels Bakker <>
Subject: Re: Unhackable network really unhackable?

* (Julian Wynne) [Thu 27 Nov 2003, 19:14 CET]:
> Furthermore we would like to point out that InvisiLAN technology has no
> relation whatsoever with DHCP, for example InvisiLAN changes randomly
> not just the IP address but also the MAC address and the port numbers.

That rules out long-living TCP sessions.  Kind of defeats the purpose of
having a machine connected, doesn't it?

	-- Niels.

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