Is it that the hand-held "Brinks Programmer" isn't really made by Brinks and is available to anyone in the trade with access to the GE Security line or are they concerned about the limited number of these units that "float" around on eBay? Are they concerned that the court in Texas might discover that they do indeed offer their equipment for sale (as demonstrated by the proposal "Crash" put up) and which is contrary to the statements put forth in Brinks Statement of Claim? Does Brinks not download and "lock" the rebranded Ademco/Honeywell panels from local programming (this would prevent someone from using the "*" and "#" technique from gaining access to installer level programming)? I'd really like someone from "Sableman and Company" (yes, I know you're monitoring this Newsgroup) to actually identify the intellectual property of Brinks publicly.
16 years ago