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[Carl and Whistler try out Jannek's black box and they surprisingly break into some secure mainframes]
Liz: [upon seeing the data for the Air Traffic Control System] Oh, my God.
Mother: How is this possible?
Whistler: Cryptography systems are based on mathematical problems so complex they cannot be solved without a key.
Liz: Jannek figured out a way to solve those problems without the key and he hard-wired it into that chip.
Martin Bishop: Turn it off.
Whistler: Want to crash some passenger jets?
Bishop: I said turn it off. Turn it off. [shuts down computer]
Carl: [contemplates] So, it's a code-breaker.
Bishop: No, it's The code-breaker. No more secrets. [leaves]
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