Canal+ anti-piracy action in December

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In a meeting organised by SES, Wil Moerer (one of the directors of Canal+) announced two interesting things:

(a) he wants satellite dealers to start informing on other dealers that deal in pirate cards (this prompted some angry reactions from the floor)

(:cool: they expect to implement an unspecified technical fix in december/2000 which will knock out most of the pirate seca/mediaguard cards.

For those that can read Dutch, full post here:
http://www.sat4all.com/board/Forum1/HTML/000479.html

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Key of C+ package (seca/mediaguard)have been changed yesterday and my card can't be updated for the next month (December), is this problem has a relation withe an antipiracy-action ? i heard that C+ groups use the ECM signal to wipe out cloned card. I found by searching that many society buy the anti-ECM card "combo-card" but with high price.is there another solution for this problem?
 

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Which kind of receiver are you using?
The recent aggressive ECMs only affected cards (erasing their memory) used in certain "official" C+ receivers with embedded CAMs. No CI receivers were affected.

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Should be ok.
In any event, there are wafer software files available which are resistant to those ECMs (so you can simply reprogram your own wafer)
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I got a golden interstar 8001 receiver how to put the provider ID.

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