Wall of Fame for the #sophospuzzle - see who solved it and how fast

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By popular request, here is the Wall of Fame for the Skyfall #sophospuzzle.

The puzzle closed at 1pm on Monday 05 November 2012, San Francisco time. (That's 2012-11-05T21:00Z.)

You can still send in your solution to duck@sophos.com (until we have given away exactly how to solve it!), and you may even get onto the leaderboard, though not in a position from which you'll be eligible for a prize.

The solvers marked with T-shirt icons below will each be receiving a cool new Naked Security T-shirt.

Two names drawn randomly from all the correct answers received before the deadline will receive NERF gun prizes.

Well done to everyone listed below.

The leaderboard is in speed order - fastest at the top.

Special congratulations to Phil Reah, who completed his solution in just under two hours.

Phil Reah Sussex, UK
Ge0rdieB0y Sheffield, UK
Mr. Yeah Duisburg, Germany
@TimoHirvonen Helsinki, Finland
@rbaranyi Bratislava, Slovakia
Jorrit Kronjee Rotterdam, The Netherlands
@JonMillican Cambridge, UK
@_gohu Paris, France
@nixonnixoff Providence, RI, USA
Brandon Levene North Providence, RI, USA
smps Portugal
@pkosinar Slovakia
@TechieRuss Brooklyn, NY, USA
@the_ius The Netherlands
Adam Mazack Pennsylvania, USA
@Alasjo Sweden
Leo Finland
@MinerRick Gainesville, VA, USA
@CyberInquisitor Birmingham, UK
Vampaerus Sunderland, MA, USA
Greg E Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Meeks Helsinki, Finland
@secolive Switzerland
@sdotknight Cleveland, OH, USA
Melissa DeLucchi Macedonia, OH, USA
Dave Lassalle New Orleans, LA, USA
Mark Rubins Florida, USA

Image of T-shirt - no matter that it's tiny here - courtesy of Shutterstock.

Image of race leaderboard on main page courtesy of Shutterstock.

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Paul Ducklin is a passionate security proselytiser. (That's like an evangelist, but more so!) He lives and breathes computer security, and would be happy for you to do so, too. Paul won the inaugural AusCERT Director's Award for Individual Excellence in Computer Security in 2009. Follow him on Twitter: @duckblog