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Hack sites closed & re-opened

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Over the past few days, the European authorities have been having another blitz on the more prominent satellite hacking sites.
here are a few that have been closed, with current status/new URL:

Digital Freesat:
Closed by Italian police (see here: http://spazioweb.inwind.it/dfshome/ ) & Guardia di Finanza (Italian ministry of finance).
Partially available again here:
http://fly.to/digitalfreesat
Mirrors:
http://digitalfreesat.b4.to/
http://digitalfreesatv2.da.ru/

Ninth Door:
Closed.
Reopened with new layout here:
http://inferno.thoic.net/home/home1.htm

Naedfair/devoy key sites, & the Polish Sat-Digital site:
Closed.
All reopened at original addresses.

Cryptos, Oozsat
Still closed.

And for those that missed it earlier, MasterCRD was also closed down by the German police, but reopened here:
http://www.trinityempire.net/mastercrd/main/go.htm

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For those of you who may have missed the big event, the Italian Digital FreeSat site (probably the best sat.hack source for Irdeto & Seca) is open again, and all files can be accessed without registering (as had been necessary temporarily).

Follow the usual link:
http://www.digitalfreesat.com

or go directly to
http://206.245.162.67/digitfreesat/home.htm


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http://www.digitaltv4free.prv.pl/ Closed
where can i found the contain of this site if there are re opened in another.
 

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Here's a good trick.
Examine the source code of the page you have accessed.
In this case, it is clearly constructed from a frame addressing the URL http://www.digitaltv4free.home.pl
Going to that URL simply give the same message that the site is closed for legal reasons, but...
Replace the "http" and "www" with "ftp".
If the site is set up to be accessed as an ftp host, voila...
...and indeed in this case... voila.
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