How to get TPS AES keys on Viaccess silvercard or funcard ?

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#1
Could someone please explain in which keys the so-called TPS AES codes need to be allocated ? In the space for the keys, I can not allocate a string of such a length … (the AES code is too long)
I use Silver Conax editor (for silvercards) and Fun Via 1&2 Editor (for funcards).
My receiver is a Aston Simba 202 (Viaccess)

Thanks for your input.
 

goldfish2

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#3
what about gold card? can we put them on a gold card?
with a humax va fox would we get all tps channels on a gold card?
 

Burnham Beech

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#4
You can't put AES keys on a gold card but there is a gold card file which gets the TPS via2 channels.

AES is only needed for the Multivision channels on TPS.
 

Yeshi

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#5
ive got funcard file which has aes on.. can find how to update.. but i suppose it will come back on soon as it roles :)
 

goldfish2

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Burnham Beech said:
You can't put AES keys on a gold card but there is a gold card file which gets the TPS via2 channels.

AES is only needed for the Multivision channels on TPS.
i am using a gold card and of course do not have the mutivisions channels but i cant understand why i am not getting baby tv and spice platinum .
 

gov400

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#8
so is there a way of getting multivision aes keys on funcard. My reciever does not support key entry
 

Burnham Beech

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#9
There is no point in answering questions about AES now as TPScrypt was withdrawn on Tuesday, 10th January 2006.

All TPS channels - including multivision - have reverted to plain viaccess1 encryption.
 
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