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You may have heard of the trouble Michael Lynn got himself into with Cisco, ISS and maybe the Department of Homeland Security at Black Hat 2005 yesterday in Las Vegas. But Humphrey Cheung's report has had some of the slides that Cisco's army of page cutters didn't want you to see.

Microsoft's official entry into the consumer networking hardware business has been met with mixed reactions from industry watchers. Some say the line of wired and 802.11b wireless routers and network adapters is priced right, and has the advantage of Microsoft's Support organization behind it. Others say it's a ho-hum offering, with little to differentiate it from the slew of established products from Linksys, SMC, D-Link, NETGEAR, and others.
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