Rolfw what about the season enterface,you no connect the cards in to the back of the receiver then up to your pc.they must still send down a signal to the chip to change the keys or as in sky ppv to clean the chip after it has reached its max £50,so we must catch something.
Rolfw my m8 has a genuine one and a season enterface as well,but he is scared to use it in case he damaged his card as it belongs to his mummy,there we are.thats why i was asking you lads if you have been through this.
OK Mikeey, I can understand your mate's concern, as far as I know, the logging using sopmething like a seaon interface is non invasive as far as card access is concerned, so shouldn't prove to be a problem.
I have never used a season interface myself, so can't put your mind at rest, but I'm sure that some of the other members may be using the method successfully.
Thanks Rolfw,i just wonder when sky sends down a signal to clean the chip to start over again to order the ppv,maybe the signal is scrambled i just thought that someone would help,like rememeber john mcdonald who sorted that problem with the old d2 mac.
As i know, you musn't try to log with your normal season as it didn't gives protection for the V.7 card, we know all backholes/bugs for old seca cards are gone and any read/write operation on the card kill it, ask on spanish board for this)(-red , so the only good project is the sandra G2 witch is implemented on an AVR3 chip, and it 's a logger/emulator/blocker like with many options setting
it has 3 basic functions :
it provides protection for the card (block all update instructions )
it logs and save the trafic CAM-CARD on an external eeprom
it emulates the card
the goal of this project is to study seca 2 and it isn't a hack at all