This is an interesting question, regardless of the service you are attempting to hack. the fact that we have an NDS encryption, which is attempting to play on a non-NDS receiver. regardless of type.
As we all know NDS is privatly owned, together with ALL brands of NDS receivers. It's what you might call a closed shop. My encryption, my receivers, my pay service.
While most encryption services, can be played on any receiver, given the correct CAM, comes into play, does that mean that NDS would play given there was a CAM in existance, that would decrypt NDS.
There has been much writern on other boards on this subject, and while we all know that no NDS encrypted service is the same, in it's structure, BskyB, use a differnt type to the new zealand model, The dutch system is different again, and it's known that the structure of the encryption can be radicaly changed at the click of a button . So if there was a NDS CAM in existance, and to date no-one has seen one, or for that matter an NDS service running on a non-NDS receiver. So the question arrises does each type of NDS require a compaterable CAM, if one was in existance.
Really the hole subject is based on considerable suberisation, with very large doses of wishfull thinking.
Another interesting point is regarding card share, with NDS, which i have no doubt that a server, could transmit the data required to the clone receiver. just what type of clone would one need. and this is where dreambox comes into play. Will in fact the dreambox convert the NDS encrypted service to something that is playable without the need for a NDS CAM. there's that magic word again .
So if anyone has any reliable info, on this subject, lets hear about it, and the hopyfulls, the dreamers, the scammers, the "we can DO it in 24 hours" if you send us a sub-card can shut up. WE are not interested in those people, who at the end of the day, have nothing to say and even less to contribute.
And let us all remember NDS is the 2nd most secure encryption behind PowerVu. And has never been compromissed. Regardless of what some nut-case tells you on another board.. And the proof is a picture, posted on here, of an NDS program playing on a non-NDS receiver, with a menu overlay.