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Viaccess Key For Satellite TV, ASTRA, TNT SAT FRANCE , Ant-1 Euro Helasat , Full Canal Sat ATLAS HD, SRG SSR Hot Bird, Canal+, Atlantic Bird, Sic International, Eutelsat, TPS.

{ ANT-1 EUROPE } EUROBIRD 9A (9.0°E) – 15.07.2017
Ident: 021110
DEC: 002 017 016
Key 08: 35 F6 B9 21 7C 2B A8 3F 38 C3 C1 FD 23 A5 D3 21 – Active Key
246 185 033 124 043 168 063 056 195 193 253 035 165 211 033

{ SRG SSR SWISS } Hotbird 13B-13C (13.0°E) – 15.07.2017
Ident: 023800
DEC: 002 056 000
Key 08: 95 5C F3 C9 28 00 F3 9F 54 B9 30 05 DF 82 6D BF – Active Key
DEC: 149 092 243 201 040 000 243 159 084 185 048 005 223 130 109 191

{ GLOBECAST FRANCE } Viaccess 1 Atlantic Bird 3 (5.0°W) – 07.03.2017
Ident: 001C10
DEC: 000 028 016
Key 08: 03 A8 57 61 0B 5F 12 69 – Active Key
DEC: 003 168 087 097 011 095 018 105

{ MEZZO } Viaccess 1 Hotbird 13D (13.0°E) – 07.03.2017
Ident: 007400
DEC: 000 116 000
Key 08: 2F B6 02 39 D4 D8 C4 D6 – Active Key
DEC: 047 182 002 057 212 216 196 214

{ ANT-1 EUROPE } Viaccess 2 Eurobird 9A (9.0°E) – 07.03.2017
Ident: 021110
DEC: 002 017 016
Key 08: 35 F6 B9 21 7C 2B A8 3F 38 C3 C1 FD 23 A5 D3 21 – Active Key
246 185 033 124 043 168 063 056 195 193 253 035 165 211 033

SRG SSR SWISS Viaccess 2 Hotbird 13B-13C (13.0°E) – 07.03.2017
Ident: 023800
DEC: 002 056 000
Key 08: 95 5C F3 C9 28 00 F3 9F 54 B9 30 05 DF 82 6D BF – Active Key
DEC: 149 092 243 201 040 000 243 159 084 185 048 005 223 130 109 191

 

 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Viaccess is a conditional access system developed by Orange S.A.. There are six versions in use today, Viaccess PC2.3, Viaccess PC2.4, Viaccess PC2.5, Viaccess PC2.6, Viaccess PC3.0, Viaccess PC4.0, Viaccess PC5.0, and Viaccess PC6.0.

Viaccess was developed as the digital version of the EuroCrypt system used with the hybrid MAC system,

The first version is sometimes referred to as Viaccess 1, and the latter three, although different, as Viaccess 2. PC2.3 and PC2.4 are known to be ineffective, and many set-top boxes can be ‘patched’ to decrypt Viaccess signals without payment, however PC2.5 and PC2.6 are secure, with PC2.5 remaining secure two years after its first commercial deployment. PC2.6 was introduced at the end of 2005. PC3.0 was introduced during mid-2007.

There are two modifications of Viaccess PC2.3 in use. The first, known as TPS Crypt, is used by TPS. Despite being compromised also, the TPS Crypt system has been further modified to utilise Advanced Encryption System (AES) keys. These AES keys were originally updated once weekly, however after this inconvenienced unauthorised viewers little, a second TPS crypt system was introduced, by which keys are changed every 12 minutes, with keys being sent over TPS’s internal Open TV system. This therefore meant that only TPS receivers could receive the new AES key, and not the insecure TPS subscription cards. Monitoring and analysing of the keys by hacking groups, however, has brought about key lists, where the AES keys have been successfully predicted. Implementation of this procedure of automatically updating keys has proved difficult, if not impossible, to implement on many satellite receivers, rendering the TPS Crypt AES system a general success.

The second Viaccess modification, called ThalesCrypt, is used by Canal Satellite France to protect its contents on the transport network to the head-ends of the cable networks; it is an over-encryption mechanism of the original protocol encryption keys.

Viaccess is currently used by a large number of providers. These include:

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