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PowerVu secrets by Colibri January 16, 2005 The newest document is available at the PowerVu section on http://colibri.de.ms colibri_dvb@lycos.com I have analyzed the firmware (the firmware is not read protected or scrambled) from the PowerVu Business Satellite Receiver D9234 (made by Scientific-Atlanta) and found access codes to enter many secret menus. I have found information about the encryption system also. The PowerVu scrambled AFN – American Forces Network can received from the Hot Bird s
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  PowerVu secrets by Colibri January 16, 2005 The newest document is available at the PowerVu section on http://colibri.de.ms colibri_dvb@lycos.com I have analyzed the firmware (the firmware is not read protected or scrambled) from the PowerVu Business Satellite Receiver D9234 (made by Scientific-Atlanta) and found access codes to enter many secret menus. I have found information about the encryption system also. The PowerVu scrambled AFN – American Forces Network can received from the Hot Bird satellite at 13.0 °E (Freq. 10.775 GHz and 11.096 GHz / Pol. H / 28 MSym).  No guarantee for the correctness of the information provided in this document. Important information: The PowerVu encryption system was not hacked. It is still secure. Nobody can watch channels for free with information provided in this document. Only an authorized Internal Security Element (ISE) is able to decrypt the Control Word (CW). The ISE is like a build in smartcard. It is not possible to read out the program code of the ISE or the secret Multi Session Key (MSK) that is used to decrypt a Control Word. 1. Secret Menus......................................................................................................................2 1.1. Back door Menu.............................................................................................................2 1.2. Development Menu........................................................................................................3 1.3. Debug Menu...................................................................................................................3 1.4. NVM Menu.....................................................................................................................4 1.5. Toggles Menu.................................................................................................................4 1.6. Diagnostics Menu...........................................................................................................5 1.7. MPEG Menu...................................................................................................................6 1.8. Tuning Map Menu..........................................................................................................6 1.9. Freq Plan Menu..............................................................................................................7 1.10. MPEG Status Menu....................................................................................................7 1.11. Table Versions Menu..................................................................................................8 1.12. Errors Menu................................................................................................................8 1.13. PAT Menu..................................................................................................................9 1.14. CAT Menu..................................................................................................................9 1.15. CA Menu..................................................................................................................10 1.16. Blackout Menu.........................................................................................................10 1.17. Tiers Menu................................................................................................................11 1.18. Fixed PIDs Menu......................................................................................................11 1.19. Download Menu.......................................................................................................12 2. Expansion Port..................................................................................................................14 2.1. Normal mode................................................................................................................14 2.2. CCDEBUG mode.........................................................................................................14 3. XPeRT MONITOR...........................................................................................................18 4. Disable menu lockout and recover a lost pin....................................................................19 5. Unstable picture or menu text...........................................................................................20 6. PowerVu Conditional Access system...............................................................................20  6.1. Internal Security Element (ISE)...................................................................................20 6.1.1. Command overview..................................................................................................22 6.1.2. Command 00.............................................................................................................22 6.1.3. Command 01.............................................................................................................23 6.1.4. Command 03.............................................................................................................24 6.1.5. Command 04.............................................................................................................25 6.1.6. Command 05.............................................................................................................25 6.1.7. Command 08.............................................................................................................25 6.1.8. Command 0A............................................................................................................26 6.1.9. Command 20.............................................................................................................26 6.1.10. Command 21.............................................................................................................27 6.1.11. Command 22.............................................................................................................27 6.1.12. Command 25.............................................................................................................28 6.1.13. Command 26.............................................................................................................28 6.1.14. Command 2C............................................................................................................28 6.2. ECMs............................................................................................................................29 6.3. EMMs...........................................................................................................................29 6.3.1. Unencrypted EMMs.................................................................................................30 6.3.2. Encrypted EMMs......................................................................................................31 6.4. Plain control word calculation......................................................................................31 6.5. Channel ID table...........................................................................................................32 6.6. The ISE interception and manipulation interface.........................................................33 6.6.1. PC to ISE Chip interface..........................................................................................33 6.6.2. PC to ISE Socket interface.......................................................................................34 7. KeyCodes..........................................................................................................................35 8. Links.................................................................................................................................36 1. Secret Menus 1.1. Back door Menu To enter the back door menu do the following: ã    press menu to enter the main menu ã   in the main menu select “2. Receiver Status” ã   in the receiver status menu select “2. User Setup” ã   in the user setup menu enter the following key sequence to enter the back door menu: Favorite →  0 →  Pause →  Channel Up    Figure 1 - Back Door Menu The “Packets” Menu is not implemented. 1.2. Development Menu To enter the development menu select “Development” in the back door menu. Figure 2 - Development Menu 1.3. Debug Menu To enter the debug menu select “2. Debug” in the back door menu.    Figure 3 - Debug Menu 1.4. NVM Menu To enter the NVM menu select “2. Debug” in the back door menu and “NVM” in the Debug Menu. Figure 4 - NVM Menu 1.5. Toggles Menu To enter the Toggles menu select “2. Debug” in the back door menu and “Toggles” in the Debug Menu.
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