Free Decoder Ring


It's called the iButton, a 16mm computer chip from Dallas Semiconductor ( Use it to encrypt and decrypt information, store text and digital photos or access a building, PC or vehicle. It can even store cash for small transactions. The iButton comes in two models--memory and Java-powered cryptographic--and can be mounted on a stainless steel or solid gold ring. Each one has a unique registration number engraved in the silicon. Transfer information between the iButton and a

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