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Old 4th July 2020, 01:56   #521  |  Link
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If I was to use FindVUK in conjunction with a DVDfab product, would it automatically output a properly-formatted entry for keydb.cfg? If not, I'll use the script. Concerning aacs_info and aacskeys, where can I access those? Are they bundled in libaacs.dll or are they separate programs?
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aacs_info is the CLI tool that should come with libaacs, although I know many packagers probably don't bother (read: if you build libaacs, aacs_info gets built at the same time). aacskeys is a separate project, it's in the third stickied post at the top of this subforum.

The difference between what FindVUK and the script above do is that if the disc is not already in keydb.cfg, FindVUK gives you this:
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0x$DISCID = Gatchaman Crowds 18 BD-1 | D | 2018-08-24 | U | 1-0x$UNITKEY ; MKBv65/FindVUK 1.35
where $DISCID and $UNITKEY are those actual values. It adds this directly into keydb.cfg. This works with any disc DVDFab works with (including those that cannot have their keys generated by aacskeys or libaacs because the MKB revision is too high).

The script gives you this (in *.keydb_forinsert.txt):
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0x$DISCID = Gatchaman Crowds 18 BD-1 | V | 0x$VUK | M | 0x$MEDIAKEY | I | 0x$VOLUMEID ; MKBv65
It does not add it into keydb.cfg (but it does generate files in aacs/vuk/ like VLC does). Copy it over manually. This option only works with discs that libaacs and aacskeys work with. If your host certificate gets revoked, you have to rely on FindVUK if the keys aren't in keydb.cfg.

Merging the two is what I was describing earlier.
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Old 4th July 2020, 15:16   #523  |  Link
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Hmm...I've looked around the different forum posts and it looks like any download link for aacs_info or aacskeys have been dead for some time. I'd build libaacs and just grab aacs_info, but I can't find any build instructions. I'll look into getting a DVDfab product and using FindVUK with it to get the formatted entry for keydb.cfg.

EDIT: I downloaded the evaluation version of DVDfab PassKey for Blu-ray and FindVUK is grabbing and uploading the data without a hitch!

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Old 30th July 2020, 13:21   #524  |  Link
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Hi,

I used FindVUK a few years ago (2017) and it worked great. Trying to use it again these days and it can't seem to find DVDfab. Here's what I'm getting:

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00:51:35 - ----------- FindVUK 1.35 -----------
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To close FindVUK simply press the ESC key
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00:51:35 - SettingsFile: >C:\Users\s3phy\Downloads\FindVUK_1.35\config\FindVUK.ini<
00:51:35 - Update enabled - check for update
00:51:35 - Open Main-KEYDB file: >C:\Users\s3phy\AppData\Roaming\aacs\KEYDB.cfg<
00:51:41 - Open Backup-KEYDB file: >C:\Users\s3phy\Downloads\FindVUK_1.35\VUKbackup\KEYDB.cfg<
00:51:51 - ERROR! Cannot find (supported) DVDfab Passkey, DVDfab Mediaplayer or DVDfab!
00:51:51 - No supported DVDfab application discovered!
00:51:51 - Couldn't get settings for DVDfab applications - end now

Please press ENTER or ESC to exit
FindVUK logs:

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2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 0 # [I] main / (legacy) / #############################################################################
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 2 # [I] main / (legacy) / ----------- FindVUK 1.35 -----------
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 3 # [I] main / (legacy) / Operating System: Windows 10
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 5 # [I] main / Settings_GetFilename(legacy) / SettingsFile: >C:\Users\s3phy\Downloads\FindVUK_1.35\config\FindVUK.ini<
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 17 # [I] main / (legacy) / Update enabled - check for update
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 175 # [I] update / UPD_CheckUpdateAndDownload / Update - ReleaseOnline >1.35< CurrentRelease >1.35< Hash >743EDECE8F5E3762307056A89E5F6B8DD20D4E88<
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 177 # [I] update / UPD_CheckUpdateAndDownload / No update required
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 177 # [I] main / ConsoleBufferSize(legacy) / Current BufferSize 120 x 9001 - ScreenSize 120 x 30
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 177 # [I] main / ConsoleBufferSize(legacy) / Requested BufferSize 120 x 300 - ScreenSize 120 x 50
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 177 # [I] main / ConsoleBufferSize(legacy) / Max. ScreenSize 240 x 71
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 177 # [I] main / ConsoleBufferSize(legacy) / Final New Values - BufferSize 120 x 9001 - ScreenSize 120 x 50 - Resize >1<
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 177 # [I] main / ConsoleBufferSize(legacy) / M1 - New BufferSize 120 x 9001
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 177 # [I] main / ConsoleBufferSize(legacy) / Mx2 - New ScreenSize 120 x 50
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 191 # [I] main / (legacy) / Open Main-KEYDB file: >C:\Users\s3phy\AppData\Roaming\aacs\KEYDB.cfg<
2020-07-03 00:51:35 # 191 # [I] bluray_keydb / BRKDB_OpenFile / KeyDB file >C:\Users\s3phy\AppData\Roaming\aacs\KEYDB.cfg< opened!
2020-07-03 00:51:51 # 16679 # [I] main / (legacy) / Open Backup-KEYDB file: >C:\Users\s3phy\Downloads\FindVUK_1.35\VUKbackup\KEYDB.cfg<
2020-07-03 00:51:51 # 16679 # [I] bluray_keydb / BRKDB_OpenFile / KeyDB file >C:\Users\s3phy\Downloads\FindVUK_1.35\VUKbackup\KEYDB.cfg< opened!
2020-07-03 00:51:51 # 16679 # [I] bluray_keydb / BRKDB_OpenFile / INFO! Empty file! >C:\Users\s3phy\Downloads\FindVUK_1.35\VUKbackup\KEYDB.cfg<
2020-07-03 00:51:51 # 16680 # [I] main / Settings_ReadDVDfabSettings(legacy) / Information! No Passkey detected!
2020-07-03 00:51:51 # 16681 # [I] main / Settings_ReadDVDfabSettings(legacy) / Information! No MediaPlayer detected!
2020-07-03 00:51:51 # 16681 # [I] main / Settings_ReadDVDfabSettings(legacy) / Information! No DVDfab detected!
2020-07-03 00:51:51 # 16682 # [I] main / Settings_ReadDVDfabSettings(legacy) / ERROR! Cannot find (supported) DVDfab Passkey, DVDfab Mediaplayer or DVDfab!
2020-07-03 00:51:51 # 16682 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetSettings(legacy) / No supported DVDfab application discovered!
2020-07-03 00:51:51 # 16682 # [I] main / (legacy) / Couldn't get settings for DVDfab applications - end now
2020-07-03 00:52:16 # 40952 # [I] main / FindVUK_SaveWindowPos(legacy) / Current position identical to last position - no need to save it
DVDfab (v11.0.8.0) is installed in "C:\Program Files\DVDFab 11". Its logs are in "C:\Users\s3phy\Documents\DVDFab11\Log".
My Windows is in French, if that changes anything.
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Old 31st July 2020, 13:51   #525  |  Link
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Hi,

I used FindVUK a few years ago (2017) and it worked great. Trying to use it again these days and it can't seem to find DVDfab. Here's what I'm getting:
did you install it over the old version so it's using the old ini file? try deleting the ini or a new directory, or edit the settings in the ini
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Old 31st July 2020, 22:59   #526  |  Link
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Hi,

I used FindVUK a few years ago (2017) and it worked great. Trying to use it again these days and it can't seem to find DVDfab.

DVDfab (v11.0.8.0) is installed in "C:\Program Files\DVDFab 11". Its logs are in "C:\Users\s3phy\Documents\DVDFab11\Log".
My Windows is in French, if that changes anything.
FindVUK tries to find dvdfab in 2 steps:
1st it reads the entry from the inifile: section 'DVDfab' entry 'MainFile' - in case something is defined here it is always the most important source. So to solve your problem simply insert "C:\Program Files\DVDFab 11\DVDFab.exe" as 'mainfile' and it should work.

In case you want to dig a little bit deeper: in case this entry is not set FindVUK tries to get this filename from the registry.
  1. check if entry 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\DVDFab' is available
  2. read command from HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\DVDFab 11\Shell\Open\Command 'default'

So you can check if both keys are available in your registry and if they are please tell me the exact value of the 2nd entry - maybe there's something specific on a french windows that I have to take into account.
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Old 26th September 2020, 23:27   #527  |  Link
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Hi,

I haven't tried this since QEMU support got merged, but it still doesn't seem to be working out of the box for me as of 1.35. Same drive details as posted here: https://forum.doom9.org/showpost.php...&postcount=386

It would appear your "IsDriveQemu" function (or whatever it is that takes "QEMU" as an argument) is trying to compare "QEMU" to a null string, sees the string is null, and returns false. For now I've patched FindVUK.exe to believe that the "IsDriveQemu" function returned true, and it seems to be working fine.
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First time using FindVUK, trying to play a disc that came out earlier this year. I'm on Windows 10, and the aacs_info program indicates my drive has MKB v76.

FindVUK couldn't locate my installation of DVDFab 12 at first, so I had to manually put the executable and log locations into FindVUK.ini. Once I did that, I was able to get as far as finding the encrypted unit key, but the program is failing on the next step. Full FindVUK log is attached, but here's (I think) the relevant part; the memory dump is over 600 MB but if there's a specific portion that would be useful I can chop out part of it.
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2020-10-10 14:29:30 # 57241 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >480< Content >2020.10.10-14:29:30: MD5 BBC21117B2D5D75190289BBE21C6B2B5 <
2020-10-10 14:29:30 # 57241 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >481< Content >2020.10.10-14:29:30: got vuk<
2020-10-10 14:29:30 # 57241 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / DVDfab got VUK - create memdump now!
2020-10-10 14:29:30 # 57344 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> 
2020-10-10 14:29:30 # 57344 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> ProcDump v10.0 - Sysinternals process dump utility
2020-10-10 14:29:30 # 57344 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> Copyright (C) 2009-2020 Mark Russinovich and Andrew Richards
2020-10-10 14:29:30 # 57344 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> Sysinternals - www.sysinternals.com
2020-10-10 14:29:30 # 57344 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> 
2020-10-10 14:29:30 # 57344 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> [14:29:30] Dump 1 initiated: C:\Sandbox\FindVUK_1.35\dump\3DE26D88523ADD6B69B53AD42A228F8677663ADE_BRMM_10266BD1.dmp
2020-10-10 14:29:30 # 57445 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> [14:29:30] Dump 1 writing: Estimated dump file size is 654 MB.
2020-10-10 14:29:31 # 57950 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> [14:29:31] Dump 1 complete: 654 MB written in 0.6 seconds
2020-10-10 14:29:31 # 58151 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> [14:29:31] Dump count reached.
2020-10-10 14:29:31 # 58151 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) /  DUMP >>> 
2020-10-10 14:29:31 # 58151 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) / Dump successful! >1<
2020-10-10 14:29:31 # 58151 # [I] main / DumpProcessToFile(legacy) / DumpProcessToFile - Program >C:\Sandbox\FindVUK_1.35\tool\procdump64.exe< Parameter > -ma -o "DVDFab64.exe" "C:\Sandbox\FindVUK_1.35\dump\3DE26D88523ADD6B69B53AD42A228F8677663ADE_BRMM_10266BD1.dmp"<
2020-10-10 14:29:31 # 58151 # [I] main / DVDfab_DumpFile(legacy) / MemDump successfully finished!
2020-10-10 14:29:31 # 58151 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >482< Content >2020.10.10-14:29:30: drive info: BD-RE  WH16NS40 | 1.03! <
2020-10-10 14:29:31 # 58151 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Cancel DVDfab decryption now!
2020-10-10 14:29:31 # 58159 # [I] main / (legacy) / Get basic AACS data
2020-10-10 14:29:31 # 58160 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_WaitForAACS(legacy) / AACS folder on disc is reachable - ValidateVUK is possible
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 58740 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetMetaInfo_AACS(legacy) / Got DiscID from disc >3DE26D88523ADD6B69B53AD42A228F8677663ADE<
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 58741 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetMetaInfo_AACS(legacy) / Got DateDiscId from disc >2020-06-15<
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59047 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetMetaInfo_AACS(legacy) / Get encrypted UnitKeys
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59047 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetMetaInfo_AACS(legacy) / UnitKey-Count: 1
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59047 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetMetaInfo_AACS(legacy) / UnitKeys ENC : >1< Key >4F609DAB1C455833F2208BA472B0F0D6<
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59048 # [I] main / (legacy) / VolumeName   >BRMM_10266BD1<
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59048 # [I] main / (legacy) / DiscId       >3DE26D88523ADD6B69B53AD42A228F8677663ADE< (2020-06-15)
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59048 # [I] main / (legacy) / DiscType     >BD<
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59048 # [I] main / (legacy) / MKB Revision >76<
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59048 # [I] main / (legacy) / BusEncEnabl. >0<
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59049 # [I] main / (legacy) / UnitKeyCount >1<
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59049 # [I] main / (legacy) /  >>> UnitKeyENC (1) >4F609DAB1C455833F2208BA472B0F0D6<
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59052 # [I] main / (legacy) / Analyze dump
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59053 # [I] main / DVDfab_AnalyzeDump_2018(legacy) / Start to analyze '2018' MemDump now!
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59053 # [I] main / DVDfab_GetUnitKeysFromDump(legacy) / DVDfab_GetUnitKeysFromDump - File >C:\Sandbox\FindVUK_1.35\dump\3DE26D88523ADD6B69B53AD42A228F8677663ADE_BRMM_10266BD1.dmp< DiscID >3DE26D88523ADD6B69B53AD42A228F8677663ADE< UnitKeyCnt >1<
2020-10-10 14:29:32 # 59172 # [I] main / DVDfab_Dump_GetDraftUnitKeys(legacy) / StartAddress of last UnitKey >2184FCA<
2020-10-10 14:29:33 # 60474 # [I] main / DVDfab_GetUnitKeysFromDump(legacy) / ERROR! Couldn't find real unit keys in json from file >C:\Sandbox\FindVUK_1.35\dump\3DE26D88523ADD6B69B53AD42A228F8677663ADE_BRMM_10266BD1.dmp<
2020-10-10 14:29:33 # 60474 # [I] main / DVDfab_AnalyzeDump_2018(legacy) / Error analyzing memory dump - please report in the doom9 forum!
2020-10-10 14:29:33 # 60475 # [I] main / (legacy) / ERROR! Analyze 2018 failed!
2020-10-10 14:29:33 # 60481 # [I] main / (legacy) / CloseAtTheEnd is active, close DVDfab now
2020-10-10 14:29:33 # 60487 # [I] main / DVDfab_CloseApplication(legacy) / There are >1< DVDfab processes running
2020-10-10 14:29:44 # 71117 # [I] main / DVDfab_CloseApplication(legacy) / Friendly closing of C:\Program Files\DVDFab\DVDFab 12\DVDFab64.exe< didn't succeed - kill it unfriendly now
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First time using FindVUK, trying to play a disc that came out earlier this year. I'm on Windows 10, and the aacs_info program indicates my drive has MKB v76.

FindVUK couldn't locate my installation of DVDFab 12 at first, so I had to manually put the executable and log locations into FindVUK.ini. Once I did that, I was able to get as far as finding the encrypted unit key, but the program is failing on the next step. Full FindVUK log is attached, but here's (I think) the relevant part; the memory dump is over 600 MB but if there's a specific portion that would be useful I can chop out part of it.
It's possible DVDFab has made changes in v12 that stops FindVUK from working. i suggest to try with version 11
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I'll give it a shot, but according to the changelog in the first post of this thread, support for DVDFab 12 was added in FindVUK 1.30; I'm using v1.35. (Though the log file warns that DVDFab 12.0 is "untested," which seems a bit contradictory to me...)
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I'll give it a shot, but according to the changelog in the first post of this thread, support for DVDFab 12 was added in FindVUK 1.30; I'm using v1.35. (Though the log file warns that DVDFab 12.0 is "untested," which seems a bit contradictory to me...)
I noticed that the official dvdfab q2 changed the position of the logfile and it's config file a little bit.
Will release a new findvuk today to handle this.
But when specifying both mainfile and logfile correctly in the ini file, it's already working with the current findvuk for me.

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Released FindVUK 1.37 - it should properly find and use DVDfab 12.
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First time using FindVUK, trying to play a disc that came out earlier this year. I'm on Windows 10, and the aacs_info program indicates my drive has MKB v76.

FindVUK couldn't locate my installation of DVDFab 12 at first, so I had to manually put the executable and log locations into FindVUK.ini. Once I did that, I was able to get as far as finding the encrypted unit key, but the program is failing on the next step. Full FindVUK log is attached, but here's (I think) the relevant part; the memory dump is over 600 MB but if there's a specific portion that would be useful I can chop out part of it.
Is it reproduceable ?

Basically it's a 2 step process that is executed here:
  1. DVDfab_Dump_GetDraftUnitKeys - search for partial unit keys in the dump -> this succeeded in your case and returned 1 unit-key
  2. DVDfab_GetUnitKeysFromDump - try to find the missing parts of the 'partial unit keys' in the dump

In case it fails please first check if it's working the next time - and else upload the dump somewhere and send me the link.
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Updated to FindVUK 1.37 (and DVDFab 12.0.0.1) and it's working like a charm. Thanks!

Also, here's my drive info for inclusion in the database:
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2020.10.13 08:23:51 - Please post the following information into the doom9 forum thread: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=172914
+ VENDOR   # PRODUCT-IDENTIF. # REV. # FIRMWARE CR. # INTERFACE              # DRIVETYPE                      # BusEncryptionCapable # BindingNonceGeneration # VENDOR SPECIFIC                                    # FEATURE DESCRIPTOR      # COMMENT
| HL-DT-ST | BD-RE  WH16NS40  | 1.03 | 211711211653 | Serial ATAPI           | BLURAY/DVD/CD-WRITER           |          1           |           1            | NM00600SIK9CH158462                                | 01 0D 09 04 17 01 02 01 |
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Hey nalor, cool to see FindVUK get another update! However, I'm wondering about something. Since updating, I get these strange excel files in the "accs" folder in APPDATA. They have weird names like "KEYDB_Diff_BRKDB_20201015_051659" and "KEYDB_Diff1_20201015_051659". I assume it's some sort of log or check that the program does since it has things like "TITLE" and "MEDIAKEY" as column names, but I just wanted to ask about them since I don't really know what they are and if I should keep them or if I can simply delete them if I want (or if there is an option to make the program delete them automatically after it is done with them).

Also, since I'm making this post anyway, I noticed that the FindVUK.ini file has the version set to 1.35 ("IniVersion = 1.35" in the file itself). Is that normal or do I need to do some sort of full reinstall by getting rid of certain files or the like? Probably not an issue I would imagine, but just wanted to mention it just in case it's related in some way.

PS. If you need me to upload the files I can certainly do that with TinyUpload, just didn't know if that was necessary in this case.
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Those files can be deleted, I missed to disable the creation before creating the release.
They include debug information about the synchronisation process. In the next release it wil be possible to enable them with a ini parameter.
The version in the ini file depends on the latest release with changes in the ini file, so in your case I haven't made changes since release 1.35
But it's a good idea to change this behaviour

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Thanks for the explanations! Good to know everything is working correctly, keep up the great work.
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Released 1.38 - fixes the bug with the strange files
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