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Scott Hasse

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modtarib wrote 05/18/2015 at 04:55 point

I don't know if you can help me in unlocking my embedded chip out of a
satellite receiver ( married with smart card) or even better if you can
get out the binary keys from my Pay TV smart card .
happy to pay for your solution generously , hope you can do it or done it before or know someone who can do it?
modtarib@hotmail.com ( happy to travel and meet in person even, very desperate for a solution ( running a server )

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Paul! wrote 08/08/2014 at 18:16 point
Your NSA Away device is interesting and similar to one that I've been pondering.
In my version, there would exist a simple device which would contain a touchscreen for input (virtual keyboard) and output (text only). It would also contain an SD card to store one time pads. This device would be attached to a short cable at the end of which would be a clip that clips onto a touchscreen of a mobile device, such as tablet, smartphone, etc. The clip would contain a simple light sensor (input) along with a touch capable 'fingertip' (output). The touchscreen mobile phone/tablet would be simply used as a modem to communicate encrypted data. Granted, either an simple app or an HTML5 web page would be used to facilitate this communication.

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