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Registered: November 2010
Location: USA
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Original design was the
Inca Tech Quatra, OAC , Studio Power and then the Lescon. Needless to say none ever really got into production it was the days of Maggie kill all companies era, and most died.
It was a 4 channel amp designed for bi-wire systems.
Date: Wed December 29, 2010 Views: 18749
Filesize: 31.5kb, 60.2kb Dimensions: 585 x 760
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Keywords: INCA TECH, WONFOR, Lescon, OAC, Studio Power
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Registered: March 2011
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Thu March 31, 2011 10:43pm

It appears, however, that Intuit QuickBooks Pro 2011 included a backdoor in the product, from
Intuit Quicken Home And Business 2010 through Quicken 2007. This backdoor allows Intuit to offer their own affordable service whereby Intuit will unlock a customer's file. To deliver this service, Intuit uses a 512-bit RSA key known only to Intuit. Before Elcomsoft's discovery of Intuit's backdoor, Intuit was the only organization that could unlock their customers' files.
"It is very unlikely that a casual hacker could have broken intoIntuit QuickBooks Premier 2010's password protection regimen," said Vladimir Katalov, Elcomsoft's CEO. "Elcomsoft, a respected leader in the crypto community, needed to use its advanced decryption technology to uncover Intuit's undocumented and well-hidden backdoor, and to successfully perform a factorization of their 512-bit RSA key."
Perhaps Intuit included the Quicken backdoor to make it possible for the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS), FBI, CIA, or other law-enforcement and forensics organizations to use an "escrow key" to gain entry into password-protected Quicken files. Unfortunately, the existence of such a backdoor and escrow key creates a vulnerability that might leave millions of Quicken users worldwide with compromised bank account data, credit card numbers, and income information.
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