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ac186bab57 I should have picked it up, just for a conversation piece. The law provides only the appearance of safety; it doesn't really give you any privacy. They even have a guy on alt.dss.hack that TALKS to the hackers and actually goes about in conversation with them. It also seems that there was a recent move to "emulators", which emulated the 8051, but passed commands to the ASIC through to the real card. Dirk Share twitter facebook linkedin And so it begins. It also means that Hughes' business is not TV but decryption software. Any card hit by it is toast, and barring someone developing a cheap way to rebuild chips mat the wafer level (which isn't even remotely likely to happen anytime soon) there isn't a thing that can be done about it. The hacker community then designed software that trojanized the card, and removed the capability of the receivers to update the card.
At least in my opinion. I recall following a news story awhile back where RCMP (under pressure from the land below the 49th) tried to crack down on DirectTV pirates. I firmly believe that if you broadcast something on public airwaves, then you have no right to expect privacy. Re:not stealing (Score:2) by Anonymous Coward writes: You make a number of good points, but they don't apply here. The user pays for this card anytime they want a new one, it is not given or "loaned" to the user. (Score:2) by ethereal ( 13958 ) writes: Well, technically, it's not public airwaves. Security Discussions Threads / Posts Last Post Forums related to information security. These flaws enabled the extremely bright hacking community to reverse engineer their design, and to create smart card writers. This is what went on for the years leading up to this story, in that the hackers would enable some new security hole, and DTV would send down an update to close it.