Any system that was relying on the obscurity of the RF protocol, and wasn't doing good cryptographic design, is going to be broken wide open by <$100 USB radios.
These are attacks that are very easy to package and turn into salable tools for professional thieves. Smash and grab type thefts won't bother, but the professional rings that are willing to case beforehand are going to be using these (see the thefts of Jeeps in Houston).
The kind of attributes you do want in a leader.
Now I know what I need to become a successful billionaire. Sorry, alleged billionaire.
All the lies continue coming apart at the seams.
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It was a night of truth, consequences and puerile boasting for Donald Trump.
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