[LINK] New DVD Descrambler
Tizard, James (IEPO)
Fri, 9 Mar 2001 09:47:05 +1030
Maybe, or even better, you could have it tattooed (sp?) on your arm as some
hardcase did with the equivalent tiny Perl RSA encrytptor a few years ago.
In that case, his tattoo turned him into a 'munition'. Presumably he is
still a munition unless (a) he has been disarmed (groan) or (b) he's had
"Monique - together for ever" tattoed over the top.
From: Chirgwin, Richard [mailto:Richard.Chirgwin@informa.com.au]
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2001 5:16 PM
Subject: RE: [LINK] New DVD Descrambler
So if I memorised it, could I turn myself into an illegal circumvention
From: Saliya Wimalaratne [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, 8 March 2001 14:57
Subject: Re: [LINK] New DVD Descrambler
On Thu, 8 Mar 2001, Adam Todd wrote:
> At 11:32 8/03/01 +1100, John Clarke wrote:
> >On Thu, Mar 08, 2001 at 10:45:11AM +1100, Tony Barry wrote:
> > > Well we might as well see what it is an get it into the archives :-)
> >You lost part of it. Here's the complete program:
> And in the process you both contravened the Digital Copyright laws!
And, of course, if they did, you did, since you left the contentious
material there ...
> I totally agree :) Very nice code though :) Easy enough to descramble if
> you read it very carefully.
Actually, if you read it *very* carefully, and store it in an internal
lookup table, you can accept a crypted .VOB file in your mouth, and a
decrypted one comes out your... oh; wait a minute, you're going to need to
select() on that because it's quite busy multiplexing already...