I found a big problem for us honest CCcam user.
It is very easy to steal cards from a CCcam-server with OScam.
OScam has a option named cccam reader.
With that option you can use a C: line as a cardreader.
My peer has Sky Germany as a local card in his CCcam-server and gives me a C: line, then i can use this C: line to connect via OScam to his server.
label = CCcam_Server
protocol = cccam
device = ddns,port
account = username,password
group = 1
caid = 1702
cccversion = 2.0.11
cccbuild = 2892
cccmaxhop = 1
Key = 0102030405060708091011121314
Port = 10000@1702:000000
Now i have made the C: line to a N: line and my peer didn't notice anything. I'm connected as a CCcam client for him.
I can use this N: line now to fake me a own local card with a CCcam version smaler then 2.1.4 with the 256 N: line trick.
Even if my peer gives me no reshare for his card, i can share his card 7 hops down if i want.
so this is why you see people with 10 LOCALS , they dont actually have any, but are using the oscam logins to YOUR locals.