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January 22, 2010
Friday Squid Blogging: Stuffed Giant Squid
Posted on January 22, 2010 at 4:26 PM
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Hmm, it sure looks impressive even for "Devient Art" at 6ft tall and as the artist says,
"Has a secret mouth for storing whatever it is you store in huge squids."
More usefull than others.
I dread to think what the shipping would be.
Hand sewn, that is pretty impressive. I wonder how much it weighs.
Darn, you had me thinking it was going to be stuffed with raisins and pine nuts!!
Gotta love the stuff on Deviantart
Have you had a look at,
The paper over at the Camb-Labs about preventing relay attacks?
"Multichannel Protocols against Relay Attacks"
Put simply they think they have a better way of preventing relay attacks than the current (known to be flawed) time bound method.
I've had a look at it and I've got a funny feeling that they are not looking at it in quite the right way.
Anyway have a look at,
Even if it does turn out to have flaws in some way it certainly is worth looking at (or atleast I think so 8)
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