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    Default Dialog TV going MPEG 4


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    Dont worry use MPEG4 cards S2 cards and enjoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangalore View Post
    Dont worry use MPEG4 cards S2 cards and enjoy
    I mean what will happen to cardsharing clients-wont they be affected if the CS supplier does not fall in line ?
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    As we had thrown our Analog STB.

    after some times we have to do same with our MPEG-2 STB.
    www.realinfo.tv All Info that you Need.

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    Default Solution is SS HD 2 Cards

    Quote Originally Posted by felicianf View Post
    They are replacing only the decoder, not the '''''' card, thus we may continue the cardsharing with SS HD 2 dvb-sII cards. its only 120$, you dont need to spend more as DM 800, so dont worry.
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    Smile DialogTV

    Hi,
    I would like to know whether DialogTV in Sri Lanka could be hacked..

    Normally the Decoder (STB) is Technosat CDVB5110D (Coship) and they have married each smartcard to its receiver. Therefore one Card will not work in another decoder.
    As far as I know, they use IRDETO2 encryption.

    I believe that some genius could crack it.

    Have anyone of you tried it?
    I have heard that the decoder firmware can be altered by jTagging.

    If you got any clue, Pls mail me at [email protected]

    Thanks in advance.

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    Cool Dialog TV

    Leave it. Never going to happen. It's not an easy task. No one will try to it otherwise they will get some benefit. Finding key is never easy wether it's Nagra or NDS.


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    I2E is hard to crack

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    Default Dialog


    Quote Originally Posted by arunasomaweera View Post
    Hi,
    I would like to know whether DialogTV in Sri Lanka could be hacked..

    Normally the Decoder (STB) is Technosat CDVB5110D (Coship) and they have married each smartcard to its receiver. Therefore one Card will not work in another decoder.
    As far as I know, they use IRDETO2 encryption.

    I believe that some genius could crack it.

    Have anyone of you tried it?
    I have heard that the decoder firmware can be altered by jTagging.

    If you got any clue, Pls mail me at [email protected]

    Thanks in advance.
    Dont waste your time, better use card sharing

 

 

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