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Old 16th January 2007, 18:27   #61  |  Link
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But doesn't a valid decrypted output contain some well-known characteristics, like patterns in the video stream that must be there to conform to the standard? So just check for those, if the key was wrong you won't find them.
That's the whole point: BackupHDDVD does not do this, so people can never claim that the decryption went fine while playback of the result fails ! That was the only thing I wanted to make clear.
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Old 16th January 2007, 19:30   #62  |  Link
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For what its worth The Thing decrypts fine with BackupHDDVD and plays as normal through PowerDVD 7.1 Ultra Edition.I don't believe there is IME with The Thing.As going through exactly the same procedure with King Kong produces bad stuttering,the conclusion is that IME maybe the cause.

If it is'nt IME what is it?Or is the general consensus that IME is the cause.Others suggest a bug in PowerDVD.Well this clearly can't be the case.
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Old 17th January 2007, 01:11   #63  |  Link
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Hallo, me still didnt got a HDDVD-ROM but i got some memdumps today and in fact for all tested EU HDDVDs you can find the needed keys easy if you search for "43 03 ?? ?? ?? 01 0B 02 30 4A ?? 05 ?? ?? ?? 06" where the ? are placeholders or simply search for "1 0B 02 30 4A" The pic from an US HDDVD me saw was nearly the same but the 02 was "01" ("1 0B 01 30 4A"). After this it looks like the TKs section starts and after some "00s" you can find the VK. If this works on all HDDVDs it think its also easy to build an little tool that search the key for you.

Me have no way to test this myself so i hope some ppl with an drive can confirm this.

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Old 17th January 2007, 01:48   #64  |  Link
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TitleSorter 1.3 is done.

Download here


Just put in your same folder as keydb.cfg file.
(shortcut on desktop is OK)

You can cut & paste titles you see from this forum.
Just grab as much as you can, my program will not
add duplicate Sha1's.

It will tabulate (with spaces) so all text looks neat.

And it will save the new text file back when you press OK.

You should Start with this one:keydb.cfg v1.2
As other versions may have missing 'return key' at end of line
or to many at end of file.

You can cut and paste from your keydb file if you think you have additional keys, but run the inputs through my program.

Source code if you're interested in how javascript can do this, the file itself is the same if opened with notepad.
Code:
<html>
<head>
<title>TitleSorter 1.3</title>
<script>

function Readfile() {

  var newkeystrings=[]
  var buf = document.forms[0].keyinput.value + '\r\n'
  newkeystrings = buf.replace(/\t/g, ' ').split('\n');
  
  keys=new Array();
  var fso=new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");
  var openkeys=fso.openTextFile("KEYDB.cfg",1);
  var keystring=[];
  var buf = openkeys.readall() + '\r\n';      
  

var i = newkeystrings.length-1

do 
   { 
    var buf2= newkeystrings[i]
    if (buf.indexOf(buf2.substring(0, 40))>=0 || buf2.charAt(40) != '=') //search for duplicates or missing = (on inputs)
     {
     newkeystrings.splice(i, 1)
     }
    i--
   }  
 while (i > -1)
      
  
  document.write('<pre>' + newkeystrings.join('<br>'));
  document.write('<br>The titles(' + newkeystrings.length + ') above added. <br>');
  keystring = buf.replace(/\t/g, ' ').split('\n'); // to get all individual lines 
 
  var j = keystring.length
  for (var i=0; i< newkeystrings.length; i++)
   {
   keystring[j+i]=newkeystrings[i]                    // add new titles
   } 
 

  var i = keystring.length-1
  do
   {
     if (keystring[i].charAt(40) != '=')                       //search for missing =
     {
     keystring.splice(i, 1)
     }  
    i--
   }
   while (i > -1)

  for (var i=0; i<=(keystring.length-1); i++)
 {
  
  var j=keystring[i].indexOf('|')
  if (j < 79)  // search for the first '|' 
   {   
    var buf1=keystring[i].slice(0,j)
    var buf2=keystring[i].slice(j)
    var buf3="                                      ".slice(0,79-j); // tabbing
    keystring[i]=buf1.concat(buf3, buf2) 
   }
  else if (j > 79)   
   {   
    var buf1=keystring[i].slice(0,79)
    var buf2=keystring[i].slice(j)  
    keystring[i]=buf1.concat(buf2) 
   }
 }

 function byname(a, b) {
   if (a.substring(41) == b.substring(41)) { return(0); }
   else if (a.substring(41) > b.substring(41)) { return(1); }
   else if (a.substring(41) < b.substring(41)) { return(-1); }
   }
  
  keystring.sort(byname)

  document.write('<b>' + keystring.join('<br>'));
  openkeys.close()
  alert ('Your new list have ' + keystring.length + ' titles, press OK to save and copy to clipboard')
  
  fso = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");
  fso.CreateTextFile('keydb.cfg');
  a = fso.GetFile('keydb.cfg');
  b = a.OpenAsTextStream(2,0); //ForWriting, TristateFalse
  b.Write(keystring.join('\n') + '\n');
  b.Close();

     if( window.clipboardData && clipboardData.setData )
       {
       buf= keystring.join('\n') + '\n';
       clipboardData.setData("text", buf);
       }

// *** This will take Janvitos to his post if a new key is detected, change 999 to 0 to activate ***
  if (newkeystrings.length > 999)
   {
   myRef = window.open('http://forum.doom9.org/editpost.php?do=editpost&p=933519','doom9',
   'left=20,top=20,width=800,height=800,toolbar=0,resizable=1,scrollbars=1');
   }
}

</script>
</head>
<body>
Cut & paste any new titles below, duplicates will be ignored <img src="http://www.dvdfllc.co.jp/img/l_hdgen.gif" align="middle"><br>

<FORM NAME="newkeys" ACTION="" onsubmit="Readfile()">
<TEXTAREA NAME=keyinput COLS=128 ROWS=6></TEXTAREA>
<P><INPUT TYPE=SUBMIT VALUE="Load original keydb, Merge and Sort">
</FORM>

</body>
</html>
Update to 1.3
It Paste the list to your clipboard
Optional 'go to website' if new keys are added (have to edit file and change 999 to 0 to activate)

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Old 17th January 2007, 02:16   #65  |  Link
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For europe HDDVDs it looks als so that the 2nd "06 20 00 00 00 3F" is always one line above the VK.
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Old 17th January 2007, 02:29   #66  |  Link
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For europe HDDVDs it looks als so that the 2nd "06 20 00 00 00 3F" is always one line above the VK.
What exactly do you mean by "one line"? How many bytes are there between 3F and the beginning of the Volume Key?
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Old 17th January 2007, 02:39   #67  |  Link
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What exactly do you mean by "one line"? How many bytes are there between 3F and the beginning of the Volume Key?
on the one screen me saw from an us hddvd it is "00 20 00 00 00 3F" and the format is like this:

all tested memdumps for euro:
06 20 00 00 00 3F 00 00 00 80 00 00 00 xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx

where xx is the VK.

so maybe "00 20 00 00 00 3F 00 00 00 80 00 00 00" is in front of every us VK but me cant test this.

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Old 17th January 2007, 06:32   #68  |  Link
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on the one screen me saw from an us hddvd it is "00 20 00 00 00 3F" and the format is like this:

all tested memdumps for euro:
06 20 00 00 00 3F 00 00 00 80 00 00 00 xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx

where xx is the VK.

so maybe "00 20 00 00 00 3F 00 00 00 80 00 00 00" is in front of every us VK but me cant test this.
I can confirm that on the following titles a hex search for "00200000003F00000080000000" in WinHEX yields the location of the VUK.

This works for:

World Trade Center
Batman Begins
Superman Returns
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Old 17th January 2007, 06:45   #69  |  Link
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I can confirm that on the following titles a hex search for "00200000003F00000080000000" in WinHEX yields the location of the VUK.

This works for:

World Trade Center
Batman Begins
Superman Returns

well that makes it so much easier that EVEN i found a key


B5DE266362701D2E7C36A5F389855F2B7DB6A17F=WaterWorld (USA) |V|0/13/2007| F57A56DC189FCEF13B3E12B4746D9A2D
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Old 17th January 2007, 08:50   #70  |  Link
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VUKfinder

I posted a VUK keyfinder script I made over here:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=120835
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Old 17th January 2007, 13:03   #71  |  Link
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C0CE9F03CE1CACF82C248FF9D209C6F0D0228AF5=The Mummy Returns (USA) |V|MM/DD/YY| 097E4FA0C22FEC82B9E15D9EE960856A
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Old 17th January 2007, 20:43   #72  |  Link
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4E8D74142E30E780B84905A62E70FBB58C3A0245=CSI NY (GER) |V|MM/DD/YY| C2B8E0A7E3384CC4C02F4AA5E396EF8B

this should be the volume key for CSI NY, but the mainfeature movie don't work really. (black screen all few seconds), all other evo files works great! (search via vukkeyfinder) Tested with PowerDVD Ultra (not 6.5)

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Old 17th January 2007, 23:59   #73  |  Link
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Any chance for a European (German) Kong Key?
Unfortunately for me, WinDVD HD doesn't play any HD-DVD (no comments or warnings) on my computer, so it's impossible to get the key myself.
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Old 18th January 2007, 00:21   #74  |  Link
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Any chance for a European (German) Kong Key?
Look in the first post in this topic, there's a key for King Kong (EUR).
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Old 18th January 2007, 02:45   #75  |  Link
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Found my first unreleased key:

CE6339246F34087AB355681DEB656D23DCD5BD86=Full Metal Jacket (USA) |V|MM/DD/YY| BA51432A2FDA74460E5E0C7967483DFB

Yay! I already put it on hdkeys.com too.
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Old 18th January 2007, 09:15   #76  |  Link
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A4DE8E18B052514D86BFFEBA39D9A528615D39F7=The Interpreter (USA) |V|MM/DD/YY| 1EE849FA3CFA0B68CC2346685C736149
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Old 18th January 2007, 11:39   #77  |  Link
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Found my first unreleased key:

CE6339246F34087AB355681DEB656D23DCD5BD86=Full Metal Jacket (USA) |V|MM/DD/YY| BA51432A2FDA74460E5E0C7967483DFB

Yay! I already put it on hdkeys.com too.
2 keys at hdkeys are wrong: Swordfish and Training Day

blizc posted here these 2 wrong keys, and he corrected both keys on a later post. They were also updated at the list of this thread, but not in hdkeys.com
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Old 18th January 2007, 15:40   #78  |  Link
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2 keys at hdkeys are wrong: Swordfish and Training Day

blizc posted here these 2 wrong keys, and he corrected both keys on a later post. They were also updated at the list of this thread, but not in hdkeys.com
I dunno how I managed to miss that correction, thanks for the heads up. I updated both keys and added The Interpreter (USA).
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Old 18th January 2007, 16:02   #79  |  Link
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I dunno how I managed to miss that correction, thanks for the heads up. I updated both keys and added The Interpreter (USA).
There's several keys misisng here: http://www.hdkeys.com
Like 12 Monkeys
Apollo 13 (EUR)
CSI NY (GER)
Jarhead (EUR)
King Kong (EUR)
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (EUR)
Mission: Impossible (EUR)
Mission: Impossible 2 (EUR)
Mission: Impossible 3 (Disc 1) (EUR)
Mission: Impossible 3 (Disc 2) (EUR)
Serenity (EUR)
Syriana
Syriana (EUR)
Terminator 3
The Italian Job

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Old 18th January 2007, 20:59   #80  |  Link
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The Date Field

Here's a quote from Muslix64 from another topic:
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By now, some people may wonder "Why did he put a date field in the keydb.cfg?"
Even if this field seems useless for now, it will be very usefull in the future. When revocation and, may be other countermesures will kick in, it will be usefull.
Movies manufatured in a certain time frame may have special features, we never know...

So I strongly suggest you to use the date field now to prepare for the future...
It seems nobody writes the date when they post keys here, I would suggest you all do this from now on.
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