Discuss Card copying at the SKY UK within the DigitalWorldz - Satellite, Cable, Console Forums; If anyone discovers this amazing new piece of machinery then let us know. It will be easy to change the hex to allow a new box to be married. That is definately not time consuming ...
5th January 2002, 16:50 #11
If anyone discovers this amazing new piece of machinery then let us know. It will be easy to change the hex to allow a new box to be married. That is definately not time consuming and not the reason why sly has not been hacked. Anyone with basic knowledge of sly system knows where the box serial no. is stored on the card eeprom, and therefore the hex could be easily altered before being loaded by this amazing machine.<br />This does not mean its easy to unmarry original card because the security still exists.<br />If there are developments within the next year it will involve an emulation of some kind, and any cards available will have hex's for a full hack, not a copy of existing card hex's.<br />There is nothing wrong Elvis! So guys dont throw them away just yet. <img src="smile.gif" border="0">
5th January 2002, 20:38 #12
i never said there is anything wrong with the Elvis, just that it will not be any good for sly digi cards....
6th January 2002, 01:40 #13
I think You Can Do EM With S-Mouse Readers noit sure but a bloke said you could and he know his sh!t..
6th January 2002, 06:18 #14
when mr_anfield gets this programer + cards can he also get me a tardus if i give him the cash?
6th January 2002, 06:24 #15
Thanks for that lot guys, i'll tell my mate not to bother!!!!
8th January 2002, 11:47 #16
I don't want to open a can of worms <img src="smile.gif" border="0">
Does anyone know precisely what processor is in the card and which busses are connected to what pads on it ?
I know some of Elvis' bigger brothers... <img src="wink.gif" border="0">
Worth a try I suppose ?
8th January 2002, 18:40 #17
Hi Spectre, the microprocessor on early sly cards are based on the 8051 / 8052 processor but however have an integrated ASIC which is specially manufactured by NDS. The new generation of cards are based on a tms 370 microprocessor although this is not 100% guarantee as newer cards need further experimenting, and of course they presumably have the specially manufactured chip integrated (ASIC) although it could possibly be seperate? One fact remains the ASIC is definately on all cards and pad connections are definately routed via that for security and special routine purposes. Hope this helps you?
9th January 2002, 06:28 #18
Sounds like thid dude knows his card stuff to me
10th January 2002, 09:37 #19
Yeah, thanks for the info L-Mitz, but that's one of the biggest spanners in the works possible that I can think of - a custom die <img src="eek.gif" border="0">
I suppose the best Sly viewers can hope for is a PC based 'card emulator' - if the processors' instruction set and everything can be determined
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10th January 2002, 09:55 #20
I'm no firmware programmer but is there any particular reasons why (Apart from not knowing what's in it) a Sly card cannot run in a software envivonment and be emulated on a PC with the correct software of course ?
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