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    Has Anyone Ever Cracked A BISS Key ?

    Hi,

    Can anyone confirm with hard facts if anyone has ever hacked a BISS key or viewed a BISS encrytped program with data extracted using one of the extraction programs?

    The reason I ask is that I was told that its a myth, a pile of tripe, made up by dreamers and that in reality, all the BISS keys in circulation are in fact leaked keys from the broadcasters or their staff.

    Rgds

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    i wish someone would leak some keys for E*PL feeds on both 7 east and 10e.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonbase View Post
    Hi, Can anyone confirm with hard facts if anyone has ever hacked a BISS key or viewed a BISS encrytped program with data extracted using one of the extraction programs?

    The reason I ask is that I was told that its a myth, a pile of tripe, made up by dreamers and that in reality, all the BISS keys in circulation are in fact leaked keys from the broadcasters or their staff. Rgds

    The simple test was/is no different now than 5+ years ago.

    Tune into your BISS encrypted channel and record (1-2MB is ample) the .ts stream....channel must be actually transmitting encrypted as several are part time 'open'.

    Load this .ts recording into your preferred software prog and config the prog with your search parameters, ie:, a starting and finishing range. It will then scan, stop and advise you indicating when the correct syntax is found for that particular channel and the .ts packet you loaded.

    An easy proving move for this is to load a .ts recording for a channel that YOU ALREADY KNOW clears with a working BISS keyline (syntax). Config your 'finder' prog with a line several 1000 keys before and after the KNOWN working keys and set the prog running.......it will stop and indicate the syntax when it finds it, check that found keyline with your own known keys.

    Does work, but be advised that to cover the whole range of possibilities may take several weeks of non stop scanning before success!

    Added to the above, many of the 'feeds' using the BISS system, as opposed to the fixed running tv channels, often change their keyline with every transmission, fortunately the public tv channels alter keys less frequently.

    Leaked keys or not, keys are keys and this software prog finds them.

    Below, gives the thread containing one of the 'finder' progs, sample .ts packet and suggestions for you to try yourself:-

    Demo and program download to 'Search' for BISS/DCW.
    http://www.satpimps.co.uk/showthread.php?t=69232

    This thread gives a little more BISS info:-
    http://www.satpimps.co.uk/showthread.php?t=61832


    For lots it enhances an already interesting hobby although it seems to be of little interest to the basic channel watcher.

    Whatever, hope this helps a little with the questions asked.

    Best wishes.

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    I have used Biss many times and found tet 5 east sirius works with biss ok and axn 30 west wen edited with correct key's and correct parameters biss wont work why ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrycoates6 View Post
    I have used Biss many times and found tet 5 east sirius works with biss ok and axn 30 west wen edited with correct key's and correct parameters biss wont work why ?
    Apologies if I am reading you incorrectly but you appear to be saying that AXN at 30W is not clearing....obviously depending on your receiver and the compilation of the syntax, the existing, known keys, are still clearing AXN, tested 30 mins ago as :- AXN[2009-2-7-20-51-51].ts_000020070.jpg


    and keys:- AXN-30W.txt

    Please advise, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dishdad View Post
    The simple test was/is no different now than 5+ years ago.

    Tune into your BISS encrypted channel and record (1-2MB is ample) the .ts stream....channel must be actually transmitting encrypted as several are part time 'open'.

    Load this .ts recording into your preferred software prog and config the prog with your search parameters, ie:, a starting and finishing range. It will then scan, stop and advise you indicating when the correct syntax is found for that particular channel and the .ts packet you loaded.

    An easy proving move for this is to load a .ts recording for a channel that YOU ALREADY KNOW clears with a working BISS keyline (syntax). Config your 'finder' prog with a line several 1000 keys before and after the KNOWN working keys and set the prog running.......it will stop and indicate the syntax when it finds it, check that found keyline with your own known keys.

    Does work, but be advised that to cover the whole range of possibilities may take several weeks of non stop scanning before success!

    Added to the above, many of the 'feeds' using the BISS system, as opposed to the fixed running tv channels, often change their keyline with every transmission, fortunately the public tv channels alter keys less frequently.

    Leaked keys or not, keys are keys and this software prog finds them.

    Below, gives the thread containing one of the 'finder' progs, sample .ts packet and suggestions for you to try yourself:-

    Demo and program download to 'Search' for BISS/DCW.
    http://www.satpimps.co.uk/showthread.php?t=69232

    This thread gives a little more BISS info:-
    http://www.satpimps.co.uk/showthread.php?t=61832


    For lots it enhances an already interesting hobby although it seems to be of little interest to the basic channel watcher.

    Whatever, hope this helps a little with the questions asked.

    Best wishes.
    So I could record a EA*L feed encoded in Biss, use one of thes programmes and use these programmes to watch it weeks later, sounds interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harshy View Post
    So I could record a EA*L feed encoded in Biss, use one of thes programmes and use these programmes to watch it weeks later, sounds interesting.
    No, I am afaid not.

    The software 'search' prog will/can only look for the working keyline, the actual .ts recording you loaded again is only used for that purpose and is why it needs to be encrypted at recording stage.

    If the keyline is found, the recording itself will always remain encrypted and why you only initially need to record a 1MB or 2MB file so that the PC employed search prog runs faster due to its scan time on the small file.

    So, unfortunately it means that:-

    Use search prog to locate working keyline.

    Enter keys to your receiver or PCI card if used.

    Once decryption is proven working, then record.

    View the recording as is or recode to burn to DVD etc depending on media being used.

    Sounds a pain but many have had months/years enjoyment with channels that have retained the same keys.

    Good luck and enjoy your day harshy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dishdad View Post
    No, I am afaid not.

    The software 'search' prog will/can only look for the working keyline, the actual .ts recording you loaded again is only used for that purpose and is why it needs to be encrypted at recording stage.

    If the keyline is found, the recording itself will always remain encrypted and why you only initially need to record a 1MB or 2MB file so that the PC employed search prog runs faster due to its scan time on the small file.

    So, unfortunately it means that:-

    Use search prog to locate working keyline.

    Enter keys to your receiver or PCI card if used.

    Once decryption is proven working, then record.

    View the recording as is or recode to burn to DVD etc depending on media being used.

    Sounds a pain but many have had months/years enjoyment with channels that have retained the same keys.

    Good luck and enjoy your day harshy.
    Wow not as easy as I thought, I guess I need to make a 1 minute recording and locate the correct programme to stand a chance.

    OK, thanks again,


    harshy

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    dishdad,

    Many thx for your reply and input, it is very interesting.

    I wonder if you could assist with the following:

    I have a 30 second recording of a transmission that is BISS but the recording is approx 16mb as a TS file. Will the file size itself impact on the amount of theoretical time the CW finder program will take to run.

    For example, if I had a 15 second recording that was 8mb would it be processed quicker by the CW finder program.

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by harshy View Post
    So I could record a EA*L feed encoded in Biss, use one of thes programmes and use these programmes to watch it weeks later, sounds interesting.
    Yes you can...

    You could use Joshyfun's offlinedecryptor on larger recordered ts files with MD-API the proper plugin and the correct key you could weeks later still decrypt the file and view it...

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    ok I am back to using TSDEC, but where do I find a .cwl file with every combination of BISS keys?

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    Hi folks!

    for all of you to have problems with wrong ts files for cwfinder this may be useful.
    I recently found a small test ts file on the net. For that file the PID is 123 and the CW is 7FFAE9A02486. You can use it to test the cw searching in cwfinder or to benchmark your pc.
    As the file disappeared, I uploaded it again here
    CWFinder_Testfile_PID_123_CW_7FFA E9A02486.ts

    Have fun!

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    Help me...

    Hello..I'm newbe..

    I have a .TS in BISS E (16 hex number). How am I use CW Finder for crack that?

    thanks!

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    hi my friend
    does your software encode Cryptoworks keys? or PowerVu
    anyveys great work

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    In answer to original question........... Yes!



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    Quote Originally Posted by dog-man View Post
    In answer to original question........... Yes!

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    far to easy these days, thanks to Colibri. Used to be so satisfying to find a key after days/weeks of searching via brute force. People valued the keys more back then, now it seems to be a key posting willy waving competition.
    Last edited by 3tv; 09-09-2013 at 07:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3tv View Post
    far to easy these days, thanks to Colibri. Used to be so satisfying to find a key after days/weeks of searching via brute force. People valued the keys more back then, now it seems to be a key posting willy waving competition.
    I agree about the cck flashers, but not so sure about the far too easy bit. I agree it is a lot easier than it used to be and it also saves a lot of time if the user has a good size RBT. However, accumulating the files for a good sized RBT can take quite a bit of time if you create them yourself so the saving from the tool can be offset by the creation of the files in some respect.

    Looking back at the start date of this topic, it was 2009, since then there has been a huge leap forward in this field that started early in 2012 onwards to date.


    The tools created by Colibri are a brilliant piece of work, if there was a Nobel Prize for hacking satellite keys then this guy should definitely be on the short list.


    Rgds

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    I find this thread informative. I am curious as to how biss keys are cracked. My knowledge is weak but I understand that you examine the encrypted data stream from the satellite using a software program that "finds" the key in this data, how long does this process normally take ?

    Any info appreciated thanks dave1234

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