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Afraid that you may have a bit of a wait Kungen, with even the dreamcards now not working, it would appear that the new card issue from Canal+ has remedied the lapse in their security.

From the sound of reports elsewhere, the return of decrypted channels is by no means a guaranteed thing, best advice if it is your only source of viewing, either move your dish to another bird, buy a motor, or buy a subscription card. The later is the only guaranteed solution to continued viewing.
 

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There are still some old subscriber cards which are receiving full key updates automatically, so nothing fundamental has been changed by CD. There are tools available to partially read-out the memory contents of those cards, but the question is whether those with the presumed (non-public) MK-extraction tool will make it (or any extracted keys) public.

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I wonder if this wasn't just a publicity stunt by CD.
To give us a couple of months of free prewiev and then......???
:eek: :(
 

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Penta cards do exist and reliable sources state that they are working on Conax (though the promised Cryptoworks function is apparently still a few weeks away).
Trouble is, the card's contents are not accessible, and the script for loading the card is encrypted.

I think Alan Reeks (infamous Dreamcard vendor) is behind the Pentacard. In any event, it's just as protected as a Dreamcard, or indeed an original subscriber card (may even be the same chipset).

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