This is a great thing for SFOR!! Let's put this in perspective:
1. Microsoft, Entrust, Trustwave and Centrify's LAWFIRMS have all acknowledged that they were infringing on SFOR's patents.
2. The USPTO office has TWICE now reviewed SFOR's patents (2013 and 2017) and denied challenges against them from infringers and said that the challenges were invalid.
3. A CA judge, after being asked for a JURY trial by Ropes & Gray in the SecureAuth case, decides to make his own determination based on the history of MFA/OOBA. In all seriousness...he agreed to S.A.'s lawfirms assertion that from Greece and the twentieth century World Wars SFOR's patents are invalid??????
4. It comes to light yesterdaty that the judge may have ties to this case through kinship.
5. The deals that SFOR has touted and will be PR'd soon are going to transform SFOR shortly and cause these infringers to realize SFOR is in for long haul.
When Ropes & Gray gets finished hammering all involved it will be another nail in everyone's coffin that when SFOR comes for you....it's time to pay up.
I certainly wonder what SecureAuth, their Judge and their lawfirm was thinking when they heard yesterday that SFOR's OTHER lawfirm, BLANK ROME, agreed to put the Duo case on hold until ROPES & GRAY work them over.