So AOL is about to extend its offer with a securID-based access for anyone. Just in case you are interested, you have to know those securIDs die from time to time from the 888888 disease: the display starts blinking and shows only 888888. The battery is not the problem. The only thing that can help you in that case is a new securID. Of course, you don't need just the securID itself: you also need an administrator to bind your securID to your AOL account. During my last year at AOL, it happened to me twice. Of course, as an AOL/Netscape employee having the Internal Computing guys on the same floor, that was easy to fix. I wonder how long it's going to take for customers of this PassCode Premium Service... Ah, let's just hope this six-digits securID is more reliable than the ten-digits employees have.