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Canal + will replace part of their paid cards - 19-March-2012, 08:58

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Canal + has begun shipping its official network of installers a new model that replaced soon card to those hitherto in use, white, in several models of decoder used by the platform. In particular the new card, which differs only in graphic design, is being sent since last March 8 and is compatible with the old terminal oriented Hispasat satellite from Via Digital, dual equipment that supports both Astra and Hispasat and the iPlus.

This system uses the card Nagravisin heretofore employed in the cards known as internally Merlin, white, and are joined to the decoder, which prevents any other use, unlike the gray card used in the old terminal Digital Satellite Channel from employees on the Astra satellite.

Unknown at the time the system will use the platform to replace its existing subscriber cards as it could be as simple as replacing the card with the new one once the subscriber to receive, if the internal code of the new card is similar to the present, but the platform may try to change that.

One of the main sources of piracy is a technique known as cardsharing, that using the Internet and a free terminal modified to share a smartcard with several people at once. For that you need to know an internal key card subscriber can not be obtained in the present white cards, but in the former existed before. Due to that once Digital + changed by the current cards safer but keeping the same key, those who could? Get that key older cards have now been able to use the card fraudulently.

The gray cards do not need this key to be shared using cardsharing, but unlike the white, do not apply to open the channel broadcasts in HD, the most popular, so has decided to attack Canal + changing white cards.

Is to know what effect will the new cards. If your internal key changes, automatically all the cardsharing system based on white cards disappear and will only remain valid if using gray cards, which are much less widely used and unused for new high. The problem is that subscribers will have to follow a procedure to activate the new card as they do not have the same key as the previous, resulting in more incidences in the changeover to the new subscriber card.

Another possible change to address the cardsharing could be a change in the card that does not respond to a high number of requests as currently happens. With an official decoder, a card, you are given a key to decode one channel every few seconds. When the card is in a cardsharing system, the card receives hundreds of requests continuously because each user connected to the network you need a password every few seconds. If limited to the new cards that do not respond to more than a certain number of requests per second, the new cards would make the system unworkable for cardsharing.
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