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TANDBERG a powerVU like Encryption Now Possible on Some Strong Decoders....Read

This is a new kind of Encryption that is been used to encrypt some channels....
What is Encryption? The goal of encryption is to allow the passing of data without interception as well as preventing impersonation. Encryption has been implemented historically by transposing or replacing text characters in order to send information that was unreadable unless the decoding “key” was known.

Methods Currently used today for Encryption
DES: Adopted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in 1972, the Data Encryption Standard is a symmetric block cipher encryption method using a 56-bit  key. It was developed for use as a government standard for non-classified data until 1997. It is still used today in many applications, but NIST required a new standard that would withstand the power and speed of today’s computers when used as brute force attacks1 .

AES: The Advanced Encryption Standard was adopted in May of 2002 as an official government standard. It is also a block cipher encryption like DES but in many orders of magnitude more secure. Compared to DES; if a brute force attack1 was able to crack a single 56-bit DES key in 1 second, the same technology would take 149 trillion years to crack a single 128-bit AES key. AES is able to be implemented with a 128, 192, or 256-bit key.

Triple-DES (DES3): This is a minor modification of the DES standard which is three times slower but billions of times as secure. Using the same comparison as in the above section; if an attack could crack a single 56-bit DES key in 1 second, the same attack would take 4.6 billion years to crack a 168-bit triple-DES key. It’s not quite as secure or portable as AES, but it provides an excellent solution for some applications. 

Custom: There are many custom boxes that provide different levels of encryption and are often used in military applications. These can be very expensive and some are even illegal to be owned by civilians. Some examples are the KIV7 and KG194.

A brute force attack is a semi-automated attempt to crack a code by using computers simultaneously, and repeatedly to “guess” codes or passwords.

How Does TANDBERG Use Encryption? 
TANDBERG supports 128bit AES and 56bit DES encryption in the entire product line as an embedded feature. These two methods of encryption may be used in H.320 and H.323 environments simultaneously. A mix of AES and DES is also permitted if configured to do so.

TANDBERG's encryption has been tested by a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) approved laboratory and validated as conforming to the Data Encryption Standard (DES) as specified in Federal Information Processing Standard Publication 46-3, Data Encryption Standard (DES) and as specified in Federal Processing Standard Publication 197, Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).:
TANDBERG implements the Diffie Hellman method for encrypted key exchange.

Tandberg Hacked: just like powervu and biss some series of corresponding keys are needed to descramble any channel that is been encrypted with tandberg. its either you input it manually or through a softcam or can be updated automatically just like biss and powervu.

This is a not too popular encryption model so less channels are been encrypted with this service but hopefully over the course of time more will join. and not so many decoders out there have the support for the descrambling of these channels encrypted with tandberg. so far so good listed below are some supported strong decoders that supports the descrambling of this encryption. like i always say strong is always the best when it comes to software/firmware supports.... check the supported models for now below with their patch download link.

 4920/4922 series
 5  4950H      DOWNLOAD
Note: for those using powervu, this software will no way affect your powervu function, in fact it works and performs better.

What channels are currently working with tandberg encryption?
we have some host of channels like Arena Sports 1 to 4 @hellsat39East, we also have fox network @ turksat46east and we also have CNBC @ intelsat68.5East.
So far there are still more to be discovered but i have not yet tried that of Arena sport, fox networks and premier league on Eutelsat 7east  but i have certainly tested that of CNBC @ Intelsat 68.8east.

how to watch CNBC @intelsat 68.5east?
CNBC Intelsat 20 at 68.5°E 4066 H 19845

But so far if you download the above software i recommended for your strong decoders, you don't need to input the keys manually, the patch comes with an inbuilt soft cam for it.... all you need do is to download the patch unzip or unrar, copy to your flash drive and load to your decoder .

Why am i concentrating just on this? i am yet to test others but from good reports it also works for Arena sport.and also for those that are receiving sony its a very easy and simple process just input the frequency 4066 H 19845 for CNBC nd search then load the patch.

Loading the patch: for convenience purpose: if after you load the patch and the CNBC refuses to open just follow my guide below:
  • firstly backup your channel/key list to your flash
  • Format your decoder
  • Load the new patch 
  • restore your channel list and enjoy..

More are still coming, just know that we must enjoy FTA TV channels keep visiting to get updated list of channels and supported decoders.

Olise Omodi
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  1. After installing tandberg on my srt 4922a, power vu stations refused opening. Pls my sony package is not opening

    1. re-input the key sir...

  2. I guess there is a Nov. 4 update to SRT 4920 series. I have the August update and I have successfully loaded it on my 4922A strong. Although I do not have c band dish and lnb. I hope to get that and search on my own.
    My question is I hope I have done nothing wrong in updating my decoder first. I also hope to update it to the last up date with EMU and Tandberg support (Nov. 4 update), will this be okay, knowing that after the update is when I will mount my dish and search for channels. Thanks in advance.


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