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Old 4th May 2007, 19:50   #161  |  Link
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These are very sad news, you have done great work for the community, i wish you all the best.

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Old 4th May 2007, 20:36   #162  |  Link
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Yes, we can't thank you enogh for you exceeding huge contribution to the world!

We owe you greatly!

I hope you or someone sets up a PayPal (if it is anonymous?) account for people to donate $1. I think it would be a success.

I hope you have left us a red button to press, or a projector with your logo on we can point to the sky, if we ever should need your help =)

Thanks!
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Old 4th May 2007, 21:25   #163  |  Link
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Yes, Thank You arnezami. I am sure you have your reasons for leaving and wish you the best bro. I have been a silent reader since the whole Muslix64 stuff started and got to say that you have inspired us all to continue this quest as best that we can. You will be missed dude.
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Old 4th May 2007, 22:38   #164  |  Link
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Hi all,

The time I talked about earlier has come.
Thank you very much!
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Old 5th May 2007, 00:43   #165  |  Link
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Thank for all you have done.
You will be missed.
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PS. Just to be clear: yes this is my last post.
A great loss for us. You always will be remenbered here. Just a word:

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Old 5th May 2007, 08:55   #167  |  Link
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It's been nice having you around. You've done fantastic work for the good of users everywhere.
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Old 5th May 2007, 11:59   #168  |  Link
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Yes, my thanks also. A very knowledgable person who has contributed immeasureably to furthering our knowledge. Best of luck for your future endeavours.
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Old 6th May 2007, 10:46   #169  |  Link
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New BR encryption scheme to start

According to itpro the big boys have criticized the AACS LA for taking so long to react to the broken encryption scheme.

BD+ (a much more secure encryption scheme) is start being utilized out next month.

Congrats to all who have put so much time and effort into wounding the giants.
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Old 7th May 2007, 00:01   #170  |  Link
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arnezami, thanks a lot for your effort in trying to create a fair-to-use multimedia future. With your work here you have become for sure a legend like DVD Jon and muslix64.

BTW: Good luck - and donīt get caught.

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arnezami, thanks a lot for your effort in trying to create a fair-to-use multimedia future. With your work here you have become for sure a legend like DVD Jon and muslix64.
Yes, I hope someone (with a little more knowledge than me about this subject) will put him in to the history book =)

Actually, he and Muslix64 was mentioned, but for some reason all names have been removed.

In fact, I think in this hack, the credits should be given to a few more. awhitehead, FoxDisc, Geremia, and xt5 are names that spring to my mind, just to limit it to a top 5.

Clearly there have been more important hackers and testers that couldn't have been done without. Not to forget the brains at the Understanding AACS (including Subset-Difference) thread and the programmers in this thread =)

I think we will see more to Boing99 in the next round of AACS DRM hackers. =)
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I had some trouble getting the original aacskeys working in linux (haven't looked at the latest source release yet) so I ported it to be linux friendly and also included a sha1 hash.. and modified the output a little bit. Here it is with source.. its ugly but the output is right
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Old 9th May 2007, 03:28   #173  |  Link
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OK, it might be my last post on this forum as well.

Feeling under double pressure I think the time has come.

Of course I did not contribute even close to 0.1% compared to arnezami but at least I've tried to discuss and offered some solutions when I knew the answer.

Now they can have their formats and shave it in their A$$.

I will not spend $0.01 on either format.

If you want to talk to me, you know where to find me: http://www.avsforum.com.

I am done with this $rap.

Bye comrades.

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OK, it might be my last post on this forum as well.

Feeling under double pressure I think the time has come.

Of course I did not contribute even close to 0.1% compared to arnezami but at least I've tried to discuss and offered some solutions when I knew the answer.

Now they can have their formats and shave it in their A$$.

I will not spend $0.01 on either format.

I am done with this $rap.

Bye comrades.
Hmmm. What happened? Double pressure? By who?
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Old 9th May 2007, 12:39   #175  |  Link
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aacs la must be paying everybody off lol.

muslix64, janvitos, arnezami, galileo ....
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Old 9th May 2007, 16:02   #176  |  Link
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Props to everyone that has helped. I've been following this from day one.

Given the sesitivity of this issue, you'd think our main contribs such as muslix64, janvitos, arnezami, galileo, etc. would have used fake reg info, fake location, one time email adds and anonymous surfing (proxy servers) to help protect themselves.

And if they did, I sure am clueless on how they still got pressured.

Anyway, good luck to all, and again, thanks for everything.
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aacs la must be paying everybody off lol.

muslix64, janvitos, arnezami, galileo ....
More like harrassing them. I wonder if there's a law against harrasment over the Internet.
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Old 10th May 2007, 14:43   #178  |  Link
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Guys, I need to make another post after my last post.

AACS LA did not contact me.

My decision to leave was for the different than that reasons.

So don't be afraid, we are not on that stage of the game, at least not yet.

My apologies if my post was ambigous on that matter.

I hope this post clears it up.

All the best.
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Old 3rd June 2007, 18:14   #179  |  Link
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are there some mirrors of arnezami's tools posted here?
http://forum.doom9.org/showpost.php?...&postcount=155
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