Hi. I can program seca or irdeto hex files on a goldcard and watch the channels with no problem. As i see in several forums that there is no hex file for viaccess. So is this mean that viaccess can't be hacked? If no how can i watch
CanalSatellite France on Astra for example, with a receiver, a Viaccess module, a millennium programmer and a goldcard(pic 16f84 and 24lc16)? Is
it possible? Can i produce my own hex files by using some programs you sugested?
Yes Viaccess is hacked (I thought the above discussion in this very thread made that clear...)
The problem is that there are no public keys.
So only a very few people have access to the channels via pirate wafer cards.
An emulator won't find keys - it needs keys to do the emulation.
What you need is a loggger, and a suitable bit of software for extacting the keys from the logged data.
But the keys themselves are encrypted I assume. So it's not a simple matter.
I have an Aston xena 1501 with Viaccess/mediaguard CI. I don't know if the new hex file "viaxenix 0.3" (contain 5 package and not yet tested) can work with my receiver.
see at : http://sateurope.com/viaccess/start_en.html