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THIS WILL THE LAST SAT-USENET SERVICE UNTILL MARCH, 28th. I AM IN NORTH
AFRICA UNTILL THEN. SEE YOU...
- NEW CODES FOR TV3
'm pleased to announce the new key for : TV 3 S, D, N
INDEX : 0a
HEX : ee ed df 3c b6 35 4e
MultiMac : 7730 7631 6832 4513 4724 4605 5716
If you have any questions you are welcome to write.
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- TV 3 ATTACK
Subject: Re: TV3 key attack !
From: Anders Johansson <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 06 Mar 1997 23:34:43 +0100
Karsten Rasmussen wrote:
> Does anyone have the plaintext / cyphertext keys for TV3
> Regards Karsten Rasmussen
> - A bus station is where a bus stops
> - A train station is where a train stops
> - On my desk I have a workstation ...
> Check my homepage for a good offer om sattelite recievers.
Here they are:
This is a log from a TV3 card from VIASAT:
ca 88 00 0a 25 ; e0 01 00 e1 04 22 64 04 04 ea 10 74 19 fb 52 73 9a cf
df ba 2f 78 aa 05 7d 73 8c f0 08 a4 c9 d0 a8 20 a6 e2 00 90 00
Encrypted data package
ca c0 00 00 12 ; ea 10 01 05 3e 70 9b cf d4 36 0c b8 17 7c 2a 6a 21 c5
Decrypted data package
plaintext (Input ):74 19 fB 52 73 9A CF DF
cyphertext(Output):01 05 3E 70 9B CF D4 36
plaintext (Input ):BA 2F 78 AA 05 7D 73 8C
cyphertext(Output):0C B8 17 7C 2A 6A 21 C5
- A READER ABOUT SKY's NEW POLICY:
Thema: Re: SAT-Usenet 14/97
Datum: 07.03.97 03:41:40
From: James Mitchell
If your newly amended agreement with BSB requires you to return the
card, then that is your agreed obligation regardless of whether it
causes you to incur some trivial expense.
Anyway I doubt if this is a practical issue. I would hazard the
guess that this new term is principally intended to arm BSB to
people who obtain cards in order to resell them abroad or to extract
A Lawyer writes:
I am not entirely sure that this advice is correct. One party to a
contract cannot unilaterally change its terms. If someone receives a
Series 11 Card as a replacement for a Series 10 Card (ie without
specifically requesting a new one) then both SKY and the subscriber
remain bound by the old agreement. If you are not prepared to accept
new terms proposed by SKY you may call them and ask them to collect the
Card. No Court in the Land will require you to pay the charges.
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