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Old 21st January 2007, 04:57   #1  |  Link
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bluray key finder

since janvitos and jokin have provided some info, i modified my hddvd key finder to search for bluray keys.
i don't have a drive so i haven't tested this yet, but it should work.

update: janvitos has confirmed it works.
update jan 22: fixed some wildcards in the search string

binary:
http://glib.name/bdkeyfinder.zip
http://mihd.net/ibjn6d

source (still a mess):
http://glib.name/bdkeyfinder_src.zip
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Old 21st January 2007, 05:47   #2  |  Link
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great! thanks ape. your programs are really helpful.
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can windvd read a blu-ray disc from a mounted .iso? (yes i got the udf drivers working, and i can read the .iso contents)
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Old 22nd January 2007, 06:33   #5  |  Link
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URL don't work for me,who could upload it to rapidshare.com for mirror

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since janvitos and jokin have provided some info, i modified my hddvd key finder to search for bluray keys.
i don't have a drive so i haven't tested this yet, but it should work.

update: janvitos has confirmed it works.

binary:
http://glib.name/bdkeyfinder.zip

source (still a mess):
http://glib.name/bdkeyfinder_src.zip

URL don't work for me,who could upload it to rapidshare.com for mirror
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it doens't work for me
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it doens't work for me
the url or the program? if the program doesn't work, what disc did you try with?
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Old 22nd January 2007, 23:56   #8  |  Link
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just re-upload it as most likely he cant download it.
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just re-upload it as most likely he cant download it.
i posted them as attachments as well, and the URL is still working perfectly fine for me, heh.
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the attachments are pending approval, no mods have approved it, upload it to sendspace.com
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here i upload it to another webspace click
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Attachments have been approved.

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BD Keyfinder

Is BDkeyfinder designed to work with any version of Windvd8? How about the OEM version? And how about WIndvd9?
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No. The very first released software players had the insecurity that they expose the decrypted keys in memory in plain sight. Since then all players have been secured so that this almost 3 years old process doesn't work for about 2,5 years now...

Edit: After taking a closer look at my harddisk i discovered that WinDVD 8 was one of the very first players, so at least with that version it should work (at least with the initial version of it, later updates may not work).


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But then it won't work with any disc released in the last ~2 years, because those "weak" players/versions certainly have been revoked
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Pardon me, but what are you saying? Will the MPlayer work with BDKeyfinder????
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Pardon me, but what are you saying? Will the MPlayer work with BDKeyfinder????
What? I didn't even mention MPlayer in this context

BDKeyfinder is a tool for "stealing" original player keys from proprietary BluRay players. And it only worked with old/weak players that have been revoked long ago

As MPlayer is an OpenSource project, you wouldn't need a tool to steal any keys from MPlayer. You'd simply read the from the sources as plain text

But of course a Non-proprietary player would never get valid BluRay keys from AACS LA, because it completely contradicts the concept of "secret" player keys
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Hi!

I believe "denret" interpreted your signature to be part of your statements...
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Oh, didn't even think of that. But would explain his post, indeed...
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