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Old 12th February 2007, 23:11   #161  |  Link
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Sure ... if you explain me how you can read a HD-DVD using the Xbox-360 drive on the Mac? Because if I insert a disk in the drive, OS-X comes up with the message "Unknown format, Ignore or Eject".
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Here you go ... the Mac OS-X Universal binary !
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RE: reading HD DVD discs in leopard.. they mount, but show up in the finder as empty. If you ls -a them in the terminal you can see that it does indeed show the files. Seems apple updated the UDF drivers for leopard in preparation for next gen video support.
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So... Should I run the USBsniffer program using a blu-ray drive / movie / WinDVD like the HDDVD instructions did? or is it something else that needs to be tested w/blu-ray?

Arnezami - what test would you like done w/blu-ray?
The things we need to see if this processing key works with Blu-Ray aswell (I've already heard the proc key is in a Blu-Ray memdump so its very likely now) is in this post.

So we need:

(1) Title of the Movie (not really needed but is nice to know)
(2) The Verify Media Key Record in the MKBROM.AACS
(3) The first C-Value in the MKBROM.AACS file

Then we will know if it works for Blu-Ray aswell.

And if you will (optional) :

(4) To go towards the VUK we also need the Volume ID (you either should use a sniffer or if you don't have it usb connected: a memdump which is harder, read the instruction in this thread)

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Here you go ... the Mac OS-X Universal binary !
Thanks... Not quite sure what it does yet, but I like to play around
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Old 12th February 2007, 23:20   #166  |  Link
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So... Should I run the USBsniffer program using a blu-ray drive / movie / WinDVD like the HDDVD instructions did? or is it something else that needs to be tested w/blu-ray?
No, in fact arnezami just needs 2 data from your BluRay disk (Verify Media Key Record and first C-Value) to test the Processing Key.

On HD-DVD disk these data are stored in MKBROM.AACS file. Unfortunately I don't know if file name or key offsets inside file are the same in BluRay.
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The things we need to see if this processing key works with Blu-Ray aswell (I've already heard the proc key is in a Blu-Ray memdump so its very likely now) is in this post.

So we need:

(1) Title of the Movie (not really needed but is nice to know)
(2) The Verify Media Key Record in the MKBROM.AACS
(3) The first C-Value in the MKBROM.AACS file

Then we will know if it works for Blu-Ray aswell.

And if you will (optional) :

(4) To go towards the VUK we also need the Volume ID (you either should use a sniffer or if you don't have it usb connected: a memdump which is harder, read the instruction in this thread)
OK, so where do I find the MKBROM.AACS file? It is not located on the BD movie disc, is this file created when the movie is played somewhere?

I can use the sniffer for (4), and I read the instructions for it, so when I make the log file using the sniffer, is it called VolumeID in the log?
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OK, so where do I find the MKBROM.AACS file? It is not located on the BD movie disc, is this file created when the movie is played somewhere?
No, it is on BluRay disk (may be with another name, but it is on disk). Did you look at AACS directory on disk?

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From ACCS specification for prerecorded BluRay:

"Each BD-ROM disc that contains content encrypted by AACS [using a CPS Unit Key that is provided in the
AACS directory] shall include two Read-Only Media Key Blocks (MKB). The MKB “MKB_RO.inf” shall be
stored in the “\AACS” directory and in the “\AACS\DUPLICATE” directory."

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No, in fact arnezami just needs 2 data from your BluRay disk (Verify Media Key Record and first C-Value) to test the Processing Key.

On HD-DVD disk these data are stored in MKBROM.AACS file. Unfortunately I don't know if file name or key offsets inside file are the same in BluRay.
Sorry. (i'm not used to Blu-Ray yet) it should be called MKB_RO.inf. And I think it should have the same layout of that of a MKBROM.AACS file (on a HD DVD disc). So my other directions should stay the same. Keep us informed .

Keep in mind you have to open it with a hex editor (best is WinHex).

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Oups U Did It Again!!!

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YES YES YES!! It works!

I'm going to take some rest now (I need it ). But will tell all later.

Here is the Processing Key which should work on all HD DVD discs (and maybe even Blu-Ray discs) released so far:

Code:
09 F9 11 02 9D 74 E3 5B D8 41 56 C5 63 56 88 C0
Save it. Store it.

Regards,

arnezami

PS. As explained before in order to get a VUK you now only need a Volume ID (which should be fairly easy to get or even to guess...).
WELL DONE MATE!!!
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Old 12th February 2007, 23:57   #171  |  Link
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Sorry. (i'm not used to Blu-Ray yet) it should be called MKB_RO.inf. And I think it should have the same layout of that of a MKBROM.AACS file (on a HD DVD disc). So my other directions should stay the same. Keep us informed .

Keep in mind you have to open it with a hex editor (best is WinHex).
Ok, so far here's what I've got:

(1) Title: Talladega Nights (disc included w/PS3, not uncut retail copy)
(2) The Verify Media Key Record in the MKB_RO.inf file:
81 00 00 14 B3 85 A4 20 78 21 99 80 71 06 27 B2 7B F7 C5 41 7F 00 00 xx
(3) The First C-Value in the MKB_RO.inf file:
05 00 20 14 CB B1 61 65 DD C1 96 FC 65 D0 E6 A0 33 30 45 F5 32 62 2D 6D

So for (4), when I use the USB sniffer and I open the program, I have over ten "USB Mass Storage Device" items listed... is there a way of being sure I've selected the correct one? EDIT: I think I got it... post in a minute.
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Old 13th February 2007, 00:07   #172  |  Link
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Ok, so far here's what I've got:

(1) Title: Talladega Nights (disc included w/PS3, not uncut retail copy)
(2) The Verify Media Key Record in the MKB_RO.inf file:
81 00 00 14 B3 85 A4 20 78 21 99 80 71 06 27 B2 7B F7 C5 41 7F 00 00 xx
(3) The First C-Value in the MKB_RO.inf file:
05 00 20 14 CB B1 61 65 DD C1 96 FC 65 D0 E6 A0 33 30 45 F5 32 62 2D 6D

So for (4), when I use the USB sniffer and I open the program, I have over ten "USB Mass Storage Device" items listed... is there a way of being sure I've selected the correct one?
It works!!!

Much thanks.

Blu-Ray is also decryptable with this Processing Key. You just confirmed this.

The Media Key that is. As for selecting the right USB Mass Storage Device I really don't know. What else have you attached on your usb? Maybe just try: whatever generates large log files after starting your Software Player is the right one .

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Old 13th February 2007, 00:08   #173  |  Link
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My small prog should also work with BluRay, just use the MKB_RO.INF as 1st parameter (instead of MKBROM.AACS). Les, can you approve the attachment?
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Sorry. (i'm not used to Blu-Ray yet) it should be called MKB_RO.inf. And I think it should have the same layout of that of a MKBROM.AACS file (on a HD DVD disc). So my other directions should stay the same. Keep us informed .

Keep in mind you have to open it with a hex editor (best is WinHex).
Another one (if I did everything right)

House Of Flying Daggers
81 00 00 14 0E 6C 59 50 9C 1C 9D 8C CC DD 5F 26 CF C7 28 8F
05 00 20 14 8D C1 F2 60 95 D0 6B 48 B4 F2 01 C3 30 D8 35 2D
Does it help?
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Another one (if I did everything right)

House Of Flying Daggers
81 00 00 14 0E 6C 59 50 9C 1C 9D 8C CC DD 5F 26 CF C7 28 8F
05 00 20 14 8D C1 F2 60 95 D0 6B 48 B4 F2 01 C3 30 D8 35 2D
Does it help?
Works too! Another confirmation...
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It works!!!

Blu-Ray is also decryptable with this Processing Key.
Congratulations again :-)

They are using the same root/master key for both BluRay and HD-DVD. So any Processing/Device Key should work for both.

Are you reading this, AnyDVD guys?. Start developing the new version with BluRay support ;-D
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(1) Title: Talladega Nights (disc included w/PS3, not uncut retail copy)
(2) The Verify Media Key Record in the MKB_RO.inf file:
81 00 00 14 B3 85 A4 20 78 21 99 80 71 06 27 B2 7B F7 C5 41 7F 00 00 xx
(3) The First C-Value in the MKB_RO.inf file:
05 00 20 14 CB B1 61 65 DD C1 96 FC 65 D0 E6 A0 33 30 45 F5 32 62 2D 6D
Now you can say everybody you helped to break BluRay :-)

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Congratulations again :-)

They are using the same root/master key for both BluRay and HD-DVD. So any Processing/Device Key should work for both.

Are you reading this, AnyDVD guys?. Start developing the new version with BluRay support ;-D
Don't forget AnyDVD do not need to extract the Volume ID. Which could mean 1 of 2 things: they have the Host private key or they are guessing the HD DVD Volume IDs.

Which brings us to our most needed information from those who have HD DVD discs.

Please post Volume IDs of this type (if you find any)

Appollo 13:
Code:
Hex:   40 00 04 06 32 04 20 11 57 47 48 44 56 4D 00 00
Ascii:                          W  G  H  D  V  M
Batman Begins:

Code:
Hex:   40 00 40 06 26 08 10 15 57 47 48 44 56 4D 00 00
Ascii:                          W  G  H  D  V  M
Please help us here.

This could be very useful in determining a way of guessing the Volume IDs for HD DVDs (which might be the reason AnyDVD is only supporting HD DVD atm ).

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Ok, so far here's what I've got:

(1) Title: Talladega Nights (disc included w/PS3, not uncut retail copy)
(2) The Verify Media Key Record in the MKB_RO.inf file:
81 00 00 14 B3 85 A4 20 78 21 99 80 71 06 27 B2 7B F7 C5 41 7F 00 00 xx
(3) The First C-Value in the MKB_RO.inf file:
05 00 20 14 CB B1 61 65 DD C1 96 FC 65 D0 E6 A0 33 30 45 F5 32 62 2D 6D

So for (4), when I use the USB sniffer and I open the program, I have over ten "USB Mass Storage Device" items listed... is there a way of being sure I've selected the correct one? EDIT: I think I got it... post in a minute.
OK, for the VolumeID, I *think* you are asking for the 6 bytes after the 00 22 00 00, right? Here's what I found for this disc:
00000000: 00 22 00 00 7f 58 3c b4 6c 30

EDIT: I read a little more about the blu-ray VolumeID, and it seems more complicated than this... From what I understand, there is only one place that has 32 random bytes after the 00 22 00 00... how do I find the correct one? Do I have to get multiple logs and compare them?
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OK, for the VolumeID, I *think* you are asking for the 6 bytes after the 00 22 00 00, right? Here's what I found for this disc:
00000000: 00 22 00 00 7f 58 3c b4 6c 30

EDIT: I read a little more about the blu-ray VolumeID, and it seems more complicated than this... From what I understand, there is only one place that has 32 random bytes after the 00 22 00 00... how do I find the correct one? Do I have to get multiple logs and compare them?
I need 16 bytes (not 6 bytes) after the 00 22 00 00. So 10 more . But not more than that! (for your own protection)

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