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Cardsharing, Sky UK and a n00b: everyones worst nightmare? - 17-February-2009, 16:54

I’ve just been enlightened into the world of card-sharing, something I never knew existed (is this some secret handshake type club? ;)). I'm keen to know more: pretty much all I know at present is that you can buy a dream box, “subscribe” to someone sharing their card, and with that you will get access to all the range of Sky channels via this dreambox.
That’s about the extend of my knowledge at present, so I’m keen to learn a little more about the possibilities, legalities, costs, configuration etc. Etc. I’m a HTPC enthusiast considering adding a DVB-S card to me Media Center PC – is this a feasible option to go down or should I stick with a dedicated box?
For the time being at least, going down the standalone box route, am I right in thinking that I need to:

• Buy a dreambox (the cheaper 500 model will give me SD support but not HD?)
• Update the firmware and install CCcam
• Connect it to my Ethernet LAN
• Find someone willing to sell me a share of their Sky UK subscription
• Update my config
• Bobs-your-uncle
I'm sure there’s more to it than the above?
   
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17-February-2009, 17:32

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Find someone willing to sell me a share of their Sky UK subscription
u find somebody willing to do this..please let me know..>

selling..is FORBIDDEN..>

goes to show..how much time you have spent reading our rules...

very sad...

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17-February-2009, 21:17

my recommendation:
get a dm600 (price difference isn't that much between 500s and 600 pvr)
get a sky subscription if u are in uk, with a premium channel (such as zee tv, sony, one of the adult channels, or the african channels (nollywood i think)...etc)
then you can share that with someone else in exchange them sharing with your their premium channels:
advantage: you get to watch all channels on sky and other satellites
and you are not encouraging people to convert a hobby into a business.

Remember, piracy began as a hobby, where enthusiastics about computers used to exchange disks with programs and no one considered it illegal, until it became a business model. So lets not do the same to cardsharing, and kill it so young. There is a no tolerance policy going on with the law at the moment, and ignorance is bliss.

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