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Old 10th November 2015, 02:00   #81  |  Link
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Good news nalor,

With avast disabled, FindVUK 0.84 and 0.84.1 work, sorry about this.
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Old 10th November 2015, 07:14   #82  |  Link
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Nevertheless a strange thing, either avast should put the application into quarantine or trust it.
To me it seems as if avast got stuck while scanning the application...
Will try it myself tonight

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Old 10th November 2015, 20:03   #83  |  Link
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Okay - I've installed the 'Avast Free Antivirus' software (version 11.1.2241) with virus-database version 151110-0 and it scanned FindVUK.exe for about 30 seconds and next it told me that it couldn't detect anything suspicous and allowed access to the application.
@HaloSlayer255: can you try again today? Maybe avast had a problem with their virus definitions yesterday that caused the trouble?
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Old 11th November 2015, 03:37   #84  |  Link
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FindVUK works on my end as well now.
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Old 15th November 2015, 00:17   #85  |  Link
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I will check the log but it has to wait a week unfortunately as I'm no longer at home now (I work abroad)

You can do with the explanations file whatever you want
CloseAtTheEnd still doesn't work with 0.84

Also there is something wrong with the console size. FindVUK cannot change the size. I see a "ConsoleBufferSize Error" in the log. If I change the window properties manually first in Windows, the error disappears

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2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876205 #  ----------- FindVUK 0.84 ----------- 
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876211 # SettingsFile: >C:\Utils\FindVUK_0.84\config\FindVUK.ini<
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876220 # Information! DVDfab MainApp is not valid! ><
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876232 # Current ConsoleBufferSize 80 x 300
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876237 # Current ConsoleScreenSize 79 x 49
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876243 # New Settings BufferSize 120 x 300 - ScreenSize 120 x 50
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876248 # Max. ConsoleSize 240 x 93
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876252 # New consolescreensize 120 x 50
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876255 # ConsoleBufferSize Error >-3<
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876259 # MediaPlayer is preferred and available!
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876264 # MediaPlayer-MainFile: >C:\Program Files (x86)\DVDFab Media Player 2\FabPlayer.exe<
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876268 # MediaPlayer-LogFile:  >C:\Users\\Documents\DVDFab Media Player\win_player.log<
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876272 # MediaPlayer-CloseAtTheEnd>1<
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876281 # KEYDB-Path:           >C:\Users\\AppData\Roaming\aacs<
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876286 # KEYDB-Backup-Path:    >C:\Utils\FindVUK_0.84\VUKbackup\<
2015-11-15 00:04:44 # 876294 # ProcDumpFile:         >C:\Utils\FindVUK_0.84\tool\procdump.exe<
2015-11-15 00:04:45 # 876299 #  --- PART 1 --- GET VUK ---
2015-11-15 00:04:45 # 876308 # No running application process discovered
2015-11-15 00:04:45 # 876316 #  >> Start it now >C:\Program Files (x86)\DVDFab Media Player 2\FabPlayer.exe<
2015-11-15 00:04:47 # 878694 # Tested MediaPlayer Version >2.5.0.5< found
2015-11-15 00:04:47 # 878698 #  >>> everything should work as expected!
2015-11-15 00:04:47 # 878703 # Offset Folder2DiscId >0x114< - DiscId2Vuk >0x5F<
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Old 15th November 2015, 01:50   #86  |  Link
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Hi!

I checked the code and found the error regarding the SetConsoleSize error - cannot set the size bigger than the buffer - and the buffer would be changed after the size... need to make it a little bit smarter

Will correct this for the next release.

And can you post the end of the logfile too? I expect some lines starting with 'CloseAtTheEnd is active' and hopefully the text afterwards helps to understand why it's not working correctly in your case

Thanks!

Last edited by nalor; 15th November 2015 at 02:18. Reason: corrected the reason of the setconsolesize error
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Old 15th November 2015, 09:39   #87  |  Link
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Hi!

And can you post the end of the logfile too? I expect some lines starting with 'CloseAtTheEnd is active' and hopefully the text afterwards helps to understand why it's not working correctly in your case

Thanks!
This is all that is logged. When I close the FindVUK window there is nothing added to the log anymore
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Old 15th November 2015, 10:00   #88  |  Link
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Ahhh! I see! How do you close Findvuk?
I guess you simply click the X button on the top right ;-)
Unfortunately this closes the console window where Findvuk is running immediatly ... this is a full stop without any chance for cleanup tasks.
The correct way is to press the ESC key on the keyboard :-)
This way Findvuk should also close MediaPlayer at the end.
(and the console window is also closed at the end)

I will include an explanational text in the next release :-D

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Old 15th November 2015, 10:45   #89  |  Link
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Ahhh! I see! How do you close Findvuk?
I guess you simply click the X button on the top right ;-)
Unfortunately this closes the console window where Findvuk is running immediatly ... this is a full stop without any chance for cleanup tasks.
The correct way is to press the ESC key on the keyboard :-)
This way Findvuk should also close MediaPlayer at the end.
(and the console window is also closed at the end)

I will include an explanational text in the next release :-D

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Yes indeed, it works with ESC, lol

Here's an updated FindVUK 0.84 INI settings manual with the CloseAtTheEnd parameter and console size limitations explained
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Old 28th November 2015, 22:35   #90  |  Link
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Released FindVUK 0.86 - it includes a few smaller fixes (e.g. the fix for the partly broken consoleresize feature) and one bigger new feature that required definitely too much time to develop... but I'm just a hobby developer and sometime this involves spending countless hours for really small features

Inspired by this thread Advice on Bus Encrypted Blu-Rays I started to implement a really small new feature: simply determine the vendor and model details of the drive and also write it to the logfile - and finally I decided to create a small DeviceList- database with details about bluray drives (see thread here: List of bluray-drives with their features) and I've started this list with the 3 drives that I own myself

Please help to enlarge the list

In addition to the new features I've included the html-helpfile of candela - thanks for your support!

The next feature will really be BusEncryptionSupport... but I needed to bring the DriveList feature to an end before starting the work on the next one...
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Old 28th November 2015, 23:16   #91  |  Link
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Found a small bug and so I've created a 0.86.1 release

All command line parameters except 'showdrivedetails' were broken...
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Old 30th November 2015, 21:09   #92  |  Link
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Small update to 0.86.3 - in case you notice problems with the previous 0.86.x release please try this one and report your findings - it includes a lot more logoutput in the procedure that is very likely responsible for the problems reported by candela here.
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Old 7th December 2015, 10:21   #93  |  Link
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Hi, does this work with the free DVDFab Passkey Lite?
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Old 7th December 2015, 11:32   #94  |  Link
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I dont think so, but you can use the trial version of Dvdfab 9 (the trial period will never start) or take the free lifetime licence of Passkey available on the dvdfab Website until today.

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I dont think so, but you can use the trial version of Dvdfab 9 (the trial period will never start) or take the free lifetime licence of Passkey available on the dvdfab Website until today.

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Thanks for the tip! Just subscribed to the free license.
Besides, has anyone been able to make it run under Wine on Linux?
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Old 7th December 2015, 23:42   #96  |  Link
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Hi nalor, when you dump the data with your software, is there by any chance other useful information, such as PKs and Host key/cert? That would be very helpful for Linux users.
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Well - the main problem is that there's no way to detect a PK or host certificate in a memory dump... so eventually DVDfab products store PK, host cert or other interesting info also in the memory - but I've no idea how to recognize them.

The memory dump is simply ~100MB of random bytes and the only way to find the VUK inside the dump is because there are some indicators around the VUK that I noticed when I analyzed the memory dump the first time (like the DiscId).
But as I cannot guarantee that things might change over time I've also created the part 2 of FindVUK to validate the found VUK against the encrypted disc so that it's really clear that the VUK is correct.
I mean in case I would be 1 byte off in the memory dump the found VUK would still look quite good - but would be completely useless because it would be wrong.

I don't believe that a PK is stored in the local memory.. the PK is the most valuable information companies like DVDfab have - so I guess it's very well hidden (I think the relevant information that is necessary to get hands on the VUK is simply transferred to their server and all the initial decryption is performed on their server as well - so only the VUK is finally transferred to the client computer)
Eventually it's possible to find a HostCertificate in the memory dump - but I still wouldn't know how to find it

Finally I can tell you I've connected my external bluray drive to my RaspberryPi2 with Kodi and watch blurays with this combo - all I have to do is to copy my local keydb.cfg to the Pi and that's all I need, personally I stopped caring about getting a new PK because this is race has been lost a long time ago... (and this was the main reason why I started searching for a way to find VUK information for recent discs).

So I don't need the PK to watch blurays with linux.
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Old 8th December 2015, 22:34   #98  |  Link
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nalor, have you looked at other software, such as Makemkv? I am a Linux user by the way, it would be cool to have some sort of FindVUK on Linux, combined with Makemkv, which has a native Linux version. Also, DVDFab HD Decrypter (Win version) has been reported to run fine on Linux using Wine.
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Old 11th December 2015, 23:25   #99  |  Link
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Released 0.87 - it just includes some minor corrections and hopefully a solution to the problem reported by candela...
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nalor, have you looked at other software, such as Makemkv? I am a Linux user by the way, it would be cool to have some sort of FindVUK on Linux, combined with Makemkv, which has a native Linux version. Also, DVDFab HD Decrypter (Win version) has been reported to run fine on Linux using Wine.
Hi - I've checked all applications I've found that do some kind of bluray decryption... and the DVDfab applications are the only ones that store the VUK in an easy way in their memory.
Hopefully they'll never change their internal procedures

I'm sorry but I don't want to create a linux version - at the moment there are ~50 downloads for each release So I don't think it's worth the effort.

Simply install virtualbox and run a virtual windows 7, 8 or 10 in it - should be enough to get an environment that can be used to start FindVUK.
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