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Old 10th August 2018, 06:10   #301  |  Link
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Will release the next Findvuk during the weekend.
Currently I am fixing the latest quirks during processing of uploaded entries in the online database and once I am satisfied I will release the new Findvuk.

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Old 10th August 2018, 20:11   #302  |  Link
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Has anyone found a way to get the VUK without being dependent on Passkey?
I can imagine that someone is able to retrieve the VUK of the latest discs from Leawo Blu-ray Player.
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Old 10th August 2018, 23:26   #303  |  Link
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Released Findvuk 1.14, it includes support for current passkey versions (but no support for newer dvdfab or mediaplayer versions so far) and my personal main feature: synchronisation with the online database.
There's a batch file in the zip file to simplify the synchronisation procedure.

Please give it a try.



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Old 10th August 2018, 23:28   #304  |  Link
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One more thing: it's not possible to get the vuk any longer with the new passkey versions, but the unit keys are possible and those are all that is necessary for playback or decryption.

Tomorrow I will explain the synchronisation more detailed.

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Old 11th August 2018, 01:26   #305  |  Link
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Sounds fantastic, thanks a ton. I'll give it a go Sunday evening when I'm back to where my optical drive is.
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Old 11th August 2018, 18:08   #306  |  Link
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Here a little bit more details about my changes:

1) I've completely rewritten the internal procedures to handle keydb-files, the old implementation has been way too slow for synchronization, it took minutes for the first sync, this was simply not acceptable.
The new approach always removes all duplicate entries, it keeps the last entry of a discid in the file and removes all the others - but removing does not really mean to delete the entry, instead it's moved to a backup file.
Whenenver there is something written to either the main keydb file or the backup keydb file a comment line with the current date and time is written - this helps to understand when something got changed.

2) with the new passkey version that only provide decrypted unit keys I needed a way to determine if existing VUK entries are correct or not - so I decided to add the encrypted unit keys as well to the bluray-meta-xml that is uploaded to the online-database. This way it's possible to verify also in the online-database if volumeid, mediakey, vuk and decrypted unit keys are correct or not.

3) when there's e.g. already a legacy entry for a certain discid in the database with e.g. volumeid and mediakey and now a new bluray-meta-xml is uploaded for the same disc with the encrypted-unit-keys the processing script calculates the VUK from the existing volumeid and mediakey and next checks if this vuk can be used to decrypt the encrypted-unitkeys and verify it the result matches the decrypted-unit-keys from the bluray-meta-xml. In case those 'legacy' information match the new bluray-meta information, they get merged and the final entry includes all details.

4) it's also working the other way round: when there's a new bluray-meta-xml entry in the database without vuk, but with decrypted and encrypted unit keys and someone is synchronising and entry for this discid that includes either volumeid+mediakey or the vuk it's checked during processing if it matches the existing bluray-meta-xml entry and in case it does the existing entry gets enriched with the additional data.

5) changes to legacy entries are more difficult - because there's no way to verify anything. so basically this means that once an entry for an discid is stored in the database there's no automatic way to change it to something different.
If someone needs changes to legacy entries just write me a message and I'll apply them.

6) all legacy entries from the online database have a '(legacy)' in the comment section - this way it's possible to check which entries are 'trusted' and which ones aren't

7) my current hoster does not support the sodium extension in php - so I still cannot process new uploads directly after the upload, it's still a manual task and I plan to execute it at least weekly, if possible more frequently.

Hopefully thats all for the moment, in case of questions just ask
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Old 12th August 2018, 15:56   #307  |  Link
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FindVUK 1.14

Failed to get UnitKeys.

Quote:
15:51:23 - ----------- FindVUK 1.14 -----------
-----------------------------------------------------------
To close FindVUK simply press the ESC key
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15:51:23 - SettingsFile: >C:\FindVUK_1.14\config\FindVUK.ini<
15:51:23 - Open Main-KEYDB file: >C:\Users\gamer\AppData\Roaming\aacs\KEYDB.cfg<
15:51:23 - Open Backup-KEYDB file: >C:\FindVUK_1.14\VUKbackup\KEYDB.cfg<
15:51:23 - Tested DVDfab Version >10.0.4.8< found
15:51:23 - >>> everything should work as expected!

15:51:23 - Preferred application >PassKey< is not available
15:51:23 - DVDfab is available!
15:51:23 - DVDfab-MainFile: >C:\Program Files (x86)\DVDFab 10\DVDFab.exe<
15:51:23 - DVDfab-LogFile: >C:\Users\gamer\Documents\DVDFab10\Log\dvdfab_internal.log<
15:51:23 - KEYDB-Path: >C:\Users\gamer\AppData\Roaming\aacs\<
15:51:23 - KEYDB-Backup-Path: >C:\FindVUK_1.14\VUKbackup\<
15:51:23 - ProcDumpFile: >C:\FindVUK_1.14\tool\procdump.exe<

###############################################################################
15:51:23 - --- PART 1 --- GET DUMP ---
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

15:51:23 - No running application process discovered
15:51:23 - >> Start it now >C:\Program Files (x86)\DVDFab 10\DVDFab.exe<

15:52:08 - Drive opened
15:52:08 - DiscType detected >Blu-ray BDMV<
15:52:08 - Volume Label detected >SPIDER-MAN_HOMECOMING<
15:52:20 - DriveLetter detected >E<
15:52:23 - Detected CopyProtections AACS >1< BD+ >0<
15:52:34 - DiscID found >7D59A39FA63D6A6DC5C302FADB082083138BC166<
15:52:36 - DVDfab application reported error during decryption
15:52:36 - ERROR! WatchLog_Standard failed!
15:52:36 - ERROR! Decryption error detected - please reinsert Bluray!
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Old 13th August 2018, 02:56   #308  |  Link
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Just tried those two new-ish discs I had mentioned. Everything worked like a charm with FindVUK1.14 and Passkey 9317! Started an episode on both discs and they played fine. Thanks again
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