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Old 22nd January 2007, 18:25   #121  |  Link
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Good one! ;-)

BTW, Here is a new version:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/yvylle

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Old 22nd January 2007, 18:28   #122  |  Link
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i have only one bd movie here tommorow i get more , i watched then if there are more keys.
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Old 22nd January 2007, 18:36   #123  |  Link
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Good one! ;-)

BTW, Here is a new version:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/yvylle
I can confirm that this is good.
Ripped an entire movie.
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Old 22nd January 2007, 18:47   #124  |  Link
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thx muslix64 it workx!!! good work!!
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Old 22nd January 2007, 20:27   #125  |  Link
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hi muslix, i can't test it at the moment.. can you tell me what do you changed in the new version?
@dvdguru what burning program you used? give us details please..

best regards

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Old 22nd January 2007, 20:35   #126  |  Link
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File buffering and reading process was buggy... There is still some bugs that needs to be fixed. (Alpha version!)
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Old 23rd January 2007, 05:30   #127  |  Link
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Can we just leave a Blu-Ray drive under a stone in a public park somewhere for you?
That's kinda what I had in mind when I asked if there was somewhere I could send a donation. I really want to help with this, but I have neither $800 nor a BD drive. (In fact I swore off buying from Sony ages ago after the rootkit incident, and haven't done so since. I'd buy a BD drive to help crack it though except that's a lot of dough.)

Well I guess I can supply moral support then. Way to go!
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Old 23rd January 2007, 10:11   #128  |  Link
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You can have a look at that file at:

http://rapidshare.com/files/12497232...pted.m2ts.html
File got removed 'cos of too many "complaints"

Btw. great work so far with your HD DVD / Blu-Ray decrypting efforts! Hats off to you!
I'd like to believe those rumours that you're from Canada, cos I'd buy you a beer if it were true!

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Old 23rd January 2007, 10:45   #129  |  Link
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canada can now be known for something..... lol
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Old 23rd January 2007, 11:14   #130  |  Link
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There's lots of avanced talk on here, I have no idea what your all talking about (I've done some C++ in college and thats about it.... )

But isn't this the point.

You got some sets of keys already, right?

So if a software player is upgraded, the new release of the player will use some advanced techniques to hide the keys, and it can be certain it will act the same for all discs (Use the same advanced technique always).

But you've already got the keys for some discs, so just search for the current keys you know when playing a disc thats already known in the new player, I'm sure Muslix64 etc, will be able to find out how the algorithm works by doing a search for the known key?

Therefore no matter what player is released with whatever advanced key hiding rubbish you will always be able to find out the algorithm\process being used with your known key.

And apply it to new titles, that won't play in the old player.

BD+ is said to be impossible to implement in the real world....

So its over, right?
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Old 23rd January 2007, 11:17   #131  |  Link
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Sorry, I obviously don't know what I'm talking about Just the idea, is that not how easy it is for you programming wizards?
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Old 23rd January 2007, 13:27   #132  |  Link
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Some Blu-ray Titles have Region Codes.
If a PC Blu-ray Burner is set to Region B,would it still
work to decrypt a Region A Disc with BackupBlu-ray if
the Key is known??
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Old 23rd January 2007, 14:23   #133  |  Link
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There's lots of avanced talk on here, I have no idea what your all talking about (I've done some C++ in college and thats about it.... )

But isn't this the point.

You got some sets of keys already, right?

So if a software player is upgraded, the new release of the player will use some advanced techniques to hide the keys, and it can be certain it will act the same for all discs (Use the same advanced technique always).

But you've already got the keys for some discs, so just search for the current keys you know when playing a disc thats already known in the new player, I'm sure Muslix64 etc, will be able to find out how the algorithm works by doing a search for the known key?

Therefore no matter what player is released with whatever advanced key hiding rubbish you will always be able to find out the algorithm\process being used with your known key.

And apply it to new titles, that won't play in the old player.

BD+ is said to be impossible to implement in the real world....

So its over, right?

I have said this before. The only way they get round this is writing off the 150+ hddvds available at the moment and start again. Somehow I don't see them doing this.

We already have the keys so whatever they do its gonna be alot easier for us to locate them when we know what to look for.

The title keys and volume keys do not change. So I think it is over.
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I have said this before. The only way they get round this is writing off the 150+ hddvds available at the moment and start again. Somehow I don't see them doing this.

We already have the keys so whatever they do its gonna be alot easier for us to locate them when we know what to look for.

The title keys and volume keys do not change. So I think it is over.
..and even if they do write off existing titles, go back to the drawing table, rewrite the specification, kill all standalone players, new scheme will be broken as well shortly after release.

Hell, Jeff Goldblum was able to hack into aliens network using his Apple notebook

I think it is over too.
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Old 23rd January 2007, 17:07   #135  |  Link
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They simply aren't going to blacklist all discs released until now, to even contemplate that this is somehow a possibility is ignorance beyond belief.

....Just to clarify

(Obviously not implying that posters on this page are implying that it is anything more than a theoretical way out, there is some talk from a few that this could actually happen)
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Old 23rd January 2007, 17:11   #136  |  Link
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Muslix64 and Janvitos, you guys are my heroes! I wish I could do that sorta stuff!

LOL this is hilarious!!
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Old 23rd January 2007, 17:18   #137  |  Link
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They simply aren't going to blacklist all discs released until now, to even contemplate that this is somehow a possibility is ignorance beyond belief.

....Just to clarify

(Obviously not implying that posters on this page are implying that it is anything more than a theoretical way out, there is some talk from a few that this could actually happen)
Guys please stop this speculation about key revocation in this topic and keep it in the topic already created for this kind of speculations instead:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=121115

Let's keep this topic on topic about the current Blu-Ray encryption alogrithm instead.
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Muslix64 and Janvitos ..... you guys rock
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Old 23rd January 2007, 20:04   #140  |  Link
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Just to let you people know, i too successfully decrypted an entire blu-ray movie.
I am now burning it to a BD-RE disc and will let you updated with the results.

Please remember that this is purely for backup purposes.
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