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  1. #1
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    Default tps change his encryption

    hey you, i found a news about what t*s are planning to do very soon:

    We are sorry to annnouce you that the new t*s crypt, thalescrypt 3.4 system , will start on the 12th of january 2007.
    There has been the latest t*s hacks on the latest t*scrypt by flashing every day a t*s.bin key file in your certain DSR Brands and Models.
    The new t*s Crypt=Thales crypt 3.4 will be very efficient for t*s Network Company
    This is how The t*s Crypting system works:
    1st crypting phase: The Fist SET of t*s Keys (Keys 08,09....0E)
    2nd crypting phase: The AES Keys (007C00 & 007C01)
    3rd crypting phase: A New Set Of Keys (Rumour has it that it could in be a hexadécimal key) that change every 30 seconds
    t*s Will send (Ping) and receive(Pong) an signal to the DSR
    If This Signal decodes and perceives in the demo the 1st crypting set of keys and the 2nd crypting set of keys(the AES )
    Then t*s Will allow to send the 3rd crypting phaase set of key (one key that will change evey 30 seconds)

    The CANALSAT and t*s Fusion Officialy Took place on the 4th of January 2007 and Changes in channels Packages for both packages starting April 2007.

  2. #2
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    by the way old news,various such changes occured in past but

    When there is a will,there is a way.



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