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Old 13th April 2019, 20:58   #401  |  Link
Cilalulin
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And part 2:
Code:
2019-04-13 19:44:45 # 36723 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1205< Content > 0m 28.46s: got drive key<
2019-04-13 19:44:45 # 36723 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1206< Content > 0m 28.46s: got host key signature<
2019-04-13 19:44:45 # 36723 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1207< Content > 0m 28.46s: verified drive signature<
2019-04-13 19:44:45 # 36723 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1208< Content > 0m 28.46s: verified host signature<
2019-04-13 19:44:45 # 36723 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1209< Content >(empty)<
2019-04-13 19:44:45 # 36823 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >1209< NewLineCnt >1215<
2019-04-13 19:44:45 # 36824 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1209< Content > 0m 28.57s: sent host signature and key point<
2019-04-13 19:44:45 # 36824 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1210< Content > 0m 28.58s: got bus key<
2019-04-13 19:44:45 # 36824 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1211< Content > 0m 28.58s: got volume id<
2019-04-13 19:44:45 # 36824 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1212< Content > 0m 28.58s: got volume id mac<
2019-04-13 19:44:45 # 36824 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1213< Content > 0m 28.58s: volume id is correct<
2019-04-13 19:44:45 # 36824 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1214< Content > 0m 28.58s: got vid<
2019-04-13 19:44:45 # 36824 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1215< Content >(empty)<
2019-04-13 19:44:46 # 37625 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >1215< NewLineCnt >1218<
2019-04-13 19:44:46 # 37625 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1215< Content > 0m 29.35s: got vuk<
2019-04-13 19:44:46 # 37625 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1216< Content > 0m 29.40s: got unit key 1<
2019-04-13 19:44:46 # 37625 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Passkey got Unit Keys - create memdump now!
2019-04-13 19:44:46 # 37738 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> 
2019-04-13 19:44:46 # 37738 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> ProcDump v9.0 - Sysinternals process dump utility
2019-04-13 19:44:46 # 37738 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> Copyright (C) 2009-2017 Mark Russinovich and Andrew Richards
2019-04-13 19:44:46 # 37738 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> Sysinternals - www.sysinternals.com
2019-04-13 19:44:46 # 37738 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> 
2019-04-13 19:44:46 # 37738 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> [19:44:46] Dump 1 initiated: F:\BluRay\Tools\FindVUK_1.24\dump\5B1F6A3A61431523976B41B3402D247BC437CB55_HER.dmp
2019-04-13 19:44:46 # 38138 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> [19:44:46] Dump 1 writing: Estimated dump file size is 97 MB.
2019-04-13 19:44:47 # 38838 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> [19:44:47] Dump 1 complete: 97 MB written in 1.1 seconds
2019-04-13 19:44:47 # 39138 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> [19:44:47] Waiting for dump to complete...
2019-04-13 19:44:57 # 48641 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> [19:44:57] Dump count reached.
2019-04-13 19:44:57 # 48641 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> 
2019-04-13 19:44:57 # 48642 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) / Dump successful! >1<
2019-04-13 19:44:57 # 48642 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) / DumpProcessToFile - Program >F:\BluRay\Tools\FindVUK_1.24\tool\procdump64.exe< Parameter > -ma -o "DVDFabPasskey.exe" "F:\BluRay\Tools\FindVUK_1.24\dump\5B1F6A3A61431523976B41B3402D247BC437CB55_HER.dmp"<
2019-04-13 19:44:57 # 48643 # [I] main / DVDfab_DumpFile(legacy) / MemDump successfully finished!
2019-04-13 19:44:57 # 48643 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1217< Content > 0m 29.41s: blupath: movie disc<
2019-04-13 19:44:57 # 48643 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1218< Content > 0m 29.47s: Networking Get RRdata<
2019-04-13 19:44:57 # 48643 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >1218< NewLineCnt >1220<
2019-04-13 19:44:57 # 48644 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1218< Content > 0m 29.47s: Networking Get RRdata<
2019-04-13 19:44:57 # 48644 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1219< Content > 0m 29.47s: Have not RRdata<
2019-04-13 19:44:57 # 48644 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1220< Content >(empty)<
2019-04-13 19:45:00 # 51745 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >1220< NewLineCnt >1221<
2019-04-13 19:45:00 # 51745 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1220< Content > 0m 43.55s: blupath info: 1 406<
2019-04-13 19:45:00 # 51745 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1221< Content >(empty)<
2019-04-13 19:45:02 # 54145 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >1221< NewLineCnt >1223<
2019-04-13 19:45:02 # 54145 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1221< Content > 0m 45.94s: bd set region B<
2019-04-13 19:45:02 # 54146 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1222< Content > 0m 45.94s: blupath first run: region B, playlist 100<
2019-04-13 19:45:02 # 54146 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1223< Content >(empty)<
2019-04-13 19:45:03 # 54246 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >1223< NewLineCnt >1226<
2019-04-13 19:45:03 # 54246 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1223< Content > 0m 46.05s: Networking Get RRdata<
2019-04-13 19:45:03 # 54246 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1224< Content > 0m 46.05s: Have not RRdata<
2019-04-13 19:45:03 # 54246 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1225< Content > 0m 46.05s: ff error: 1<
2019-04-13 19:45:03 # 54246 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1226< Content >(empty)<
2019-04-13 19:45:03 # 54346 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >1226< NewLineCnt >1227<
2019-04-13 19:45:03 # 54346 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1226< Content > 0m 46.15s: ff error: 1<
2019-04-13 19:45:03 # 54346 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1227< Content >(empty)<
2019-04-13 19:45:03 # 54445 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >1227< NewLineCnt >1228<
2019-04-13 19:45:03 # 54446 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1227< Content > 0m 46.24s: ff error: 1<
2019-04-13 19:45:03 # 54446 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1228< Content >(empty)<
2019-04-13 19:45:14 # 65749 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >1228< NewLineCnt >1229<
2019-04-13 19:45:14 # 65749 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1228< Content > 0m 57.55s: blupath info: 1 406<
2019-04-13 19:45:14 # 65749 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1229< Content >(empty)<
2019-04-13 19:45:16 # 67950 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >1229< NewLineCnt >1232<
2019-04-13 19:45:16 # 67950 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1229< Content > 0m 59.69s: blupath second run: playlist 100<
2019-04-13 19:45:16 # 67950 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1230< Content > 0m 59.69s: ff error: 1<
2019-04-13 19:45:16 # 67950 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1231< Content > 0m 59.76s: read index.bdmv begin<
2019-04-13 19:45:16 # 67950 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1232< Content >(empty)<
2019-04-13 19:45:16 # 68150 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >1232< NewLineCnt >1235<
2019-04-13 19:45:16 # 68150 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1232< Content > 0m 59.87s: got bdmv<
2019-04-13 19:45:16 # 68150 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1233< Content > 0m 59.88s: got extended bdinfo<
2019-04-13 19:45:16 # 68150 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1234< Content > 0m 59.88s: opened blu-ray<
2019-04-13 19:45:16 # 68150 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >1235< Content >(empty)<
2019-04-13 19:45:16 # 68151 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Close Passkey now!
2019-04-13 19:45:16 # 68157 # [I] main / DVDfab_CloseApplication(legacy) / There are >1< Passkey processes running
2019-04-13 19:45:22 # 73716 # [I] main / (legacy) / Get basic AACS data
2019-04-13 19:45:23 # 75141 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_WaitForAACS(legacy) / AACS folder on disc is reachable - ValidateVUK is possible
2019-04-13 19:45:24 # 75692 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetMetaInfo_AACS(legacy) / Got DiscID from disc >5B1F6A3A61431523976B41B3402D247BC437CB55<
2019-04-13 19:45:24 # 75693 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetMetaInfo_AACS(legacy) / Got DateDiscId from disc >2014-04-25<
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76336 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetMetaInfo_AACS(legacy) / Get encrypted UnitKeys
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76337 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetMetaInfo_AACS(legacy) / UnitKey-Count: 1
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76337 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetMetaInfo_AACS(legacy) / UnitKeys ENC : >1< Key >D5F8111D288C0B4CBB1F5D4CAFF9B872<
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76338 # [I] main / (legacy) / VolumeName   >HER<
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76338 # [I] main / (legacy) / DiscId       >5B1F6A3A61431523976B41B3402D247BC437CB55< (2014-04-25)
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76338 # [I] main / (legacy) / DiscType     >BD<
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76339 # [I] main / (legacy) / MKB Revision >46<
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76339 # [I] main / (legacy) / BusEncEnabl. >0<
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76339 # [I] main / (legacy) / UnitKeyCount >1<
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76339 # [I] main / (legacy) /  >>> UnitKeyENC (1) >D5F8111D288C0B4CBB1F5D4CAFF9B872<
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76340 # [I] main / (legacy) / Analyze dump
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76340 # [I] main / DVDfab_AnalyzeDump_2018(legacy) / Start to analyze '2018' MemDump now!
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76340 # [I] main / DVDfab_GetUnitKeysFromDump(legacy) / DVDfab_GetUnitKeysFromDump - File >F:\BluRay\Tools\FindVUK_1.24\dump\5B1F6A3A61431523976B41B3402D247BC437CB55_HER.dmp< DiscID >5B1F6A3A61431523976B41B3402D247BC437CB55< UnitKeyCnt >1<
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76340 # [I] main / DVDfab_GetUnitKeysFromDump(legacy) / ERROR! Couldn't open file >F:\BluRay\Tools\FindVUK_1.24\dump\5B1F6A3A61431523976B41B3402D247BC437CB55_HER.dmp<
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76341 # [I] main / DVDfab_AnalyzeDump_2018(legacy) / Error analyzing memory dump - please report in the doom9 forum!
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76341 # [I] main / (legacy) / ERROR! Analyze 2018 failed!
2019-04-13 19:45:25 # 76344 # [I] main / (legacy) / CloseAtTheEnd is active, but no running application >C:\Program Files (x86)\DVDFab Passkey\DVDFabPasskey.exe< could be found
2019-04-13 19:45:28 # 79381 # [I] main / FindVUK_SaveWindowPos(legacy) / Current position identical to last position - no need to save it
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Old 13th April 2019, 22:43   #402  |  Link
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My Region A Blade Runner The Final Cut doesn't seem to find a key (though I do see entries in the db that say BLADERUNNER_FINAL) and my DvdFab Passkey trial expired. If anyone can get the key for this disc thanks.
the volumelabels don't mean anything, you need to check the discid. And in the future also post the discid for these kind of problems
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Old 14th April 2019, 21:32   #403  |  Link
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And part 2:
This line here is the intersting one:
Code:
DVDfab_GetUnitKeysFromDump(legacy) / ERROR! Couldn't open file >F:\BluRay\Tools\FindVUK_1.24\dump\5B1F6A3A61431523976B41B3402D247BC437CB55_HER.dmp<
Checked my code and at this position a simple 'readfile' is executed - so this means the file has not been accessible in your case. Can you check if the file is available?
Thanks!
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Old 14th April 2019, 21:39   #404  |  Link
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the volumelabels don't mean anything, you need to check the discid. And in the future also post the discid for these kind of problems

If I am right the Volume or Disc ID is the SHA-1 checksum of this file G:\AACS\Unit_Key_RO.inf.
So you won’t need to watch the dvdfab log for it.

Candela can you verify that?
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Old 14th April 2019, 22:11   #405  |  Link
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If I am right the Volume or Disc ID is the SHA-1 checksum of this file G:\AACS\Unit_Key_RO.inf.
So you won’t need to watch the dvdfab log for it.

Candela can you verify that?
yes sha-1 hash of that file
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Old 19th April 2019, 00:17   #406  |  Link
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Can you check if the file is available?
Pretty sure it was available. I was able to copy it.
(I copied it after some unsuccessful tries to have at least the memory dump from Passkey.)
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Old 18th May 2019, 03:33   #407  |  Link
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Came across a problem. Picked up the new 2001 Blu, ran FindVUK (which in turn ran DVDFab 11), and got the key info (for VLC). Then tried playing the blu-ray in VLC and ... it wouldn't play:

Quote:
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19:36:40 - ----------- FindVUK 1.24 -----------
-----------------------------------------------------------
To close FindVUK simply press the ESC key
-----------------------------------------------------------
19:36:40 - SettingsFile: >C:\Program Files copied\FindVUK 1.24\config\FindVUK.in
i<
19:36:40 - Open Main-KEYDB file: >C:\Users\1\AppData\Roaming\aacs\KEYDB.cfg<
19:36:40 - Open Backup-KEYDB file: >C:\Program Files copied\FindVUK 1.24\VUKbackup\KEYDB.cfg<
19:36:40 - Tested DVDfab Version >11.0.2.9< found
19:36:40 - >>> everything should work as expected!

19:36:40 - Preferred application >PassKey< is not available
19:36:40 - DVDfab is available!
19:36:40 - DVDfab-MainFile: >C:\Program Files\DVDFab 11\DVDFab64.exe<
19:36:40 - DVDfab-LogFile: >C:\Users\1\Documents\DVDFab11\Log\dvdfab_internal.log<
19:36:40 - KEYDB-Path: >C:\Users\1\AppData\Roaming\aacs\<
19:36:40 - KEYDB-Backup-Path: >C:\Program Files copied\FindVUK 1.24\VUKbackup\<
19:36:40 - ProcDumpFile: >C:\Program Files copied\FindVUK 1.24\tool\procdump64.exe<

###############################################################################
19:36:40 - --- PART 1 --- GET DUMP ---
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

19:36:40 - No running application process discovered
19:36:40 - >> Start it now >C:\Program Files\DVDFab 11\DVDFab64.exe<

19:36:55 - Drive opened
19:36:55 - Volume Label detected >2001_A_SPACE_ODYSSEY<
19:36:58 - DriveLetter detected >E<
19:36:58 - Detected CopyProtections AACS >1< BD+ >0<
19:37:00 - DiscID found >659903226C7C79C2880A2E0E7DFCC02D5BCC328F<
19:37:07 - DVDfab got Unit Keys - create memdump now!
19:37:08 - Dump successful! >1<
19:37:08 - MemDump successfully finished!
19:37:13 - Cancel DVDfab decryption now!
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
19:37:13 - Get basic AACS data
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
19:37:13 - AACS folder on disc is reachable - ValidateVUK is possible
19:37:13 - Get encrypted UnitKeys
19:37:13 - VolumeName >2001_A_SPACE_ODYSSEY<
19:37:13 - DiscId >659903226C7C79C2880A2E0E7DFCC02D5BCC328F< (2018-09-11)
19:37:13 - DiscType >BD<
19:37:13 - MKB Revision >60<
19:37:13 - BusEncEnabl. >0<
19:37:13 - UnitKeyCount >1<
19:37:13 - >>> UnitKeyENC (1) >66C45A1D90399E5314714FDC7A614120<
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
19:37:13 - Analyze dump
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
19:37:13 - Start to analyze '2018' MemDump now!
....................-............................-
19:37:15 - DiscID : 659903226C7C79C2880A2E0E7DFCC02D5BCC328F
19:37:15 - UnitKeyCount >1<
19:37:15 - >>> UnitKeyDEC (1) >A591FD057106D42BFBBA30FF870C35B0<
19:37:15 - ------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
19:37:15 - --- PART 2 --- VALIDATE VUK/UNITKEYS ---
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
19:37:15 - Drive is detected as 'REAL BLURAY' drive
19:37:20 - Encrypted files found >24<
19:37:20 - Decrypted first unit of file >E:\BDMV\STREAM\00004.m2ts< with UnitKey >1<
19:37:20 - All UnitKeys are VALID! No need to test other files

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
19:37:20 - Validation successful! UnitKeys are valid!!
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

19:37:20 - -------------------------------------------------------
19:37:20 - MetaTitle : 2001: A Space Odyssey
19:37:20 - VolumeName : 2001_A_SPACE_ODYSSEY
19:37:20 - DiscID : 659903226C7C79C2880A2E0E7DFCC02D5BCC328F
19:37:20 - DateDiscID : 2018-09-11
19:37:20 - DiscType : BD
19:37:20 - VUK :
19:37:20 - MEDIAKEY :
19:37:20 - VOLUMEID :
19:37:20 - >>> UnitKeyDEC (1) >A591FD057106D42BFBBA30FF870C35B0< (Valid)
19:37:20 - MKBrev : 60
19:37:20 - BusEncrEn : 0
19:37:20 - AACS : 1
19:37:20 - BD+ : 0
19:37:20 - -------------------------------------------------------


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
19:37:20 - --- Write entry in main-keydb file ---
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

19:37:20 - KEYDB: file >C:\Users\1\AppData\Roaming\aacs\KEYDB.cfg< does not exist ==>> write new entry in keydb-file

19:37:20 - Added line with VUK/UnitKeys to file >C:\Users\1\AppData\Roaming\aacs\KEYDB.cfg<

19:37:20 - -------------------------------------------------------
19:37:20 - --- Write entry in backup-keydb file ---
19:37:20 - -------------------------------------------------------
19:37:20 - KEYDB: file >C:\Program Files copied\FindVUK 1.24\VUKbackup\KEYDB.cfg< does not exist ==>> write new entry in
keydb-file

19:37:20 - Added line with VUK/UnitKeys to backup-file >C:\Program Files copied\FindVUK 1.24\VUKbackup\KEYDB.cfg<

19:37:20 - -------------------------------------------------------
19:37:20 - --- Upload MetaXML to OnlineDB file ---
19:37:20 - -------------------------------------------------------
HTTP-POST - current upload progress >0.00/1.85 KB< (0.00%)
HTTP-POST - current upload progress >0.00/1.85 KB< (0.00%)
HTTP-POST - current upload progress >1.85/1.85 KB< (100.00%)
HTTP-POST - current upload progress >1.85/1.85 KB< (100.00%)
HTTP-POST - current upload progress >1.85/1.85 KB< (100.00%)
HTTP-POST success
19:37:22 - Successfully posted to the OnlineDB! >
Preconditions fulfilled - process upload now
Detected BlurayMetaXML - DiscId >659903226C7C79C2880A2E0E7DFCC02D5BCC328F<
Successful written to database!
<
19:37:22 - Eject the disc now from drive >E:\<
... and then ...

Quote:
VLC 3.0.6 Vetinar

Blu-ray error:
No valid processing key found in AACS config file.
Your input can't be opened:
VLC is unable to open the MRL 'bluray:///E:/'. Check the log for details.


... and ...

in KEYDB.cfg in FindVUK-VUKbackup:

0x659903226C7C79C2880A2E0E7DFCC02D5BCC328F = 2001_A_SPACE_ODYSSEY (2001: A Space Odyssey) | D | 2018-09-11 | U | 1-0xA591FD057106D42BFBBA30FF870C35B0 ; MKBv60/FindVUK 1.24

... and ...

in KEYDB.cfg in C:\Users\...\AppData\Roaming\aacs:

0x659903226C7C79C2880A2E0E7DFCC02D5BCC328F = 2001_A_SPACE_ODYSSEY (2001: A Space Odyssey) | D | 2018-09-11 | U | 1-0xA591FD057106D42BFBBA30FF870C35B0 ; MKBv60/FindVUK 1.24
What's wrong with this picture?
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Old 18th May 2019, 09:56   #408  |  Link
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What's wrong with this picture?
Unitkey appears to be correct. maybe there's some error in your keydb.cfg so VLC cannot parse the file completely and fails to find the key

Try this VUK

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0x659903226C7C79C2880A2E0E7DFCC02D5BCC328F = 2001_A_SPACE_ODYSSEY (2001: A Space Odyssey) | D | 2018-09-11 | V | 0x1B9A4E222EDE71F6964E4DE43301AD30 ;
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Thanks for looking into this. YES! ... your key (all by itself in a keydb file) allows 2001:ASO to work just fine!

I went back to http://fvonline-db.bplaced.net/ and re-downloaded the up-to-date keys file (2019-05-10 21:46:14), the English link (most entries), tried it again, and ... 2001:ASO failed. So there definitely is something wrong with our "official" keys file. I also stepped back 2 update files (in March and April) and tried both and 2001:ASO failed with both. So this is a problem for who-knows-how-long.

Is there a program that can verify an entire file for proper structure?
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Thanks for looking into this. YES! ... your key (all by itself in a keydb file) allows 2001:ASO to work just fine!

I went back to http://fvonline-db.bplaced.net/ and re-downloaded the up-to-date keys file (2019-05-10 21:46:14), the English link (most entries), tried it again, and ... 2001:ASO failed. So there definitely is something wrong with our "official" keys file. I also stepped back 2 update files (in March and April) and tried both and 2001:ASO failed with both. So this is a problem for who-knows-how-long.

Is there a program that can verify an entire file for proper structure?
For some reason libaacs fails to parse lines that are not terminated with a newline character. Therefore if you have only one entry in your KEYDB.cfg and you didn't hit enter at the end of the line, libaacs will print "syntax error" for that line.

Looking at the logs you gave, it looks like FindVUK created a new KEYDB.cfg for you? You could try inserting an empty line (or two) at the end of the file and see if it fixes the issue.
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Thanks for looking into this. YES! ... your key (all by itself in a keydb file) allows 2001:ASO to work just fine!



I went back to http://fvonline-db.bplaced.net/ and re-downloaded the up-to-date keys file (2019-05-10 21:46:14), the English link (most entries), tried it again, and ... 2001:ASO failed. So there definitely is something wrong with our "official" keys file. I also stepped back 2 update files (in March and April) and tried both and 2001:ASO failed with both. So this is a problem for who-knows-how-long.



Is there a program that can verify an entire file for proper structure?
Hi, do you use linux or windows?

I think the files available on the site are all crlf for Windows, but you very likely need a file with lf linebreak.

Please convert the downloaded file manually and in case its working i will add pure lf files to the site.

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Hi guys and thanks for the things to try! BTW, I'm in Windows (forgot to mention that).

In a hex viewer, I see that the (latest) FindVUK key file has CRLFs at the end of each entry. To test, I put candela's single entry key as a key file without a CRLF and that worked for my 2001:ASO.

At this point, I discovered my testing procedure was wrong. I cleverly thought to shutdown and restart the VLC player for each test. Now I figured out that by not ejecting and re-inserting the disc each time, VLC was reading drive or/and system cashed data, not re-inquiring the drive, and therefore VLC continued to fail. Now, I'm retesting from start.

candela's single entry key file works ... and without the CRLF. My DVDFab11 retrieved single key file also works without the CRLF. Apparently, CRLF is not critical (at least, at the end of the key file data).

BTW, the FindVUK key file, non-modified, works with the most recent Lawrence Of Arabia, which I just tested ... to give a point of reference.

(will continue) (okay I'm back)

Next test is adding my DVDFab11 key to the bottom of the FindVUK key file and ... it failed. However, removing that key from the bottom and putting it at the top and ... it works! That means somewhere in between data became messed up, or the structure became broken, or the structure is going in and out of broken (as it catches up to be in sync again) as it moves down the list. (Oooo, scary!)

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I think the files available on the site are all crlf for Windows, but you very likely need a file with lf linebreak.
All files on the site have CRLF line endings. However, the CRLF vs LF thing don't matter on linux, both will work just fine.

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Next test is adding my DVDFab11 key to the bottom of the FindVUK key file and ... it failed. However, removing that key from the bottom and putting it at the top and ... it works! That means somewhere in between data became messed up, or the structure became broken, or the structure is going in and out of broken (as it catches up to be in sync again) as it moves down the list. (Oooo, scary!)
That's strange.

I ran the parser_test tool from libaacs git against latest KEYDB.cfg from fvonline-db.bplaced.net and it didn't report any issues. I assume that means libaacs was able to parse/validate all entries.

You can try running vlc from command prompt, this way (at least on linux) you should see the errors from libaacs - if there are any. If there are corrupt lines in the KEYDB.cfg, it should tell you the line number, e.g.
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syntax error: line #
bad entry at or around line #
Also, you can try setting env var "set AACS_DEBUG_MASK=65535" before running vlc - this should make libaacs more verbose.
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