1) Your smartcard decrypts this key (using a special sub processor in the card called the ASIC), checks if you have a legitimate subscription set in the
card and if yes it returns it to your receiver in an Instruction 54. A 3M modifies the check in 2) so that the card never checks if your card is a
legitimate subscription and always returns the key. In order to do this it has to MODIFY the software in the card. An Emulator SIMULATES the code in
the card and forces the key to be sent, however it still needs the ASIC in a real card to actually decrypt the key. In actual fact Instruction 40 contains more
than just the encrypted key Ė It also includes dynamic code. This is some extra code which executes after the key has been decrypted. This is
where hashing comes into play. Firstly letís look at a 3m. Assume a section of the code in your card located at address 0000 is 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88.
An instruction 40 could include dynamic code which says after the key has been decrypted ADD whatever is at 0000 onto the key.
a) In an unmodified card 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 will be added and will create the actual key used to encrypt your picture.
b) In a 3míd card the code at 0000 has been changed to modify the check in (2) and so this modified code will get added to the key. As you can see you
will not result in the same key as a) Since your 3míd card has responded with an incorrect key, your picture canít be decoded and you will get a
black screen or a freeze. Now letís take a look at an emulator. An Emulator tries to simulate a real card. Since the dynamic code can contain
ANYTHING, it could contain instructions that a real card can perform, but the author of the emulator didnít know about when he wrote it.
The emulator may crash or perform this code incorrectly, which will corrupt your key and cause blackout/freeze. Think of PS2 emulator
running on your PC. It never works with all games does it? A more serious problem comes from the fact that you can NEVER 100%
simulate anything. There are always small timing or functional discrepancies, and these are exploited. Dynamic code could execute a write to
memory in the smartcard but not give it enough time to actually burn into the EEPROM. An emulator would have no idea how long it takes to
write to the EEPROM, and would perform the write regardless. [Incidentally this exact same attack was used against an emulator for the H card].
These are but a few examples of how emulators can be exploited. You may find it surprising to learn that dynamic code can change every 6 or 7 seconds.
That means that a new dynamic Ďhashí could be executed every 6 or 7 seconds. So how many different tests can be performed to check if your card has
been modified in one hour? Thatís right, over 500! The Avenger SE never modifies the code on your card, nor simulates any portions of the card.
Your card always remains unmodified. As a result there are no differences that the dynamic code can detect! I have a 'sub" card, do i need to remove it
from the Avenger SE and insert it into the receiver directly to receive updates? No! Your card will continue to receive all official updates while in the
Avenger SE. You may use your 'Sub' card without the Avenger SE at any time if you wish, but you do not have to. Does the Avenger SE work with the
No-ZKT/303 mod? Yes! The NO-ZKT/303 mod simply prevents the Zero Knowledge Test from actually being performed.
they will not be wiped. With this bootloader you will be able to load a 'dead / blacklisted' BIN file to your HU card and you will not get the 744 and 745
error messages. It will also work with P4 and P5 cards, if you have a current subscription with DirecTV you can insert this device then call DirecTV and
cancel your service and you will still get all your TV channels. Change the Time Zone to the time zone your are located in Set a 6 digit Zip code that is valid
in the Area selected by the Locals Byte Click OK Red Dragon + Infinity3m 6 months support Dual Atmel Unlooper Loader This awesome piece of hardware
for the loading and unlooping, fixes 4b, 5b, 6b and 7b cards with ease. It Unloops 4b, 5b, 6b and 7b unlike any other Unlooper Loads all difficult to write to cards.
Repairs otherwise un-glitchable card. Switch from: Detonator XP unlooper to Ul4S with in a flip. One toggle switch on the back allows you to switch
from loading your HU with Extreme Hu to unlooping the HU card with The Detonator XP software. It unloops cards in 10-40 seconds average. It even
unloop with Extreme HU (ul4s) for that 1 in 20 card that won't unloop in the Detonator. Features No dips or jumpers! Fully in-line flashable to every known flash
1st glitch programmer LED In a custom built Protective Case Unloop, program and clean HU cards Free - All cables needed are included!
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