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  1. #1
    Hello all,

    I would be very nice, if someone know have to get password for the movies hdvisual are posting.

    He is posting many great movies.

    Thank you so much.

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    Don't talk about guys passwording uploads, don't encourage them, don't advertise them, and, please, do not say they're great.

    Let them go away, back to that shit hole they're coming from.
    Last edited by chakara; 06-07-2010 at 05:05 PM.

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    There are many reasons why a post might be passworded, most of the reasons in the past have had nothing to do with current 'practice'.

    Just because a post IS passworded doesn't automatically mean 'bad'. Especially when the password is publicly INCLUDED at the time of it's release, i.e., no silly 'go to this website' nonsense and the like.

    The biggest reason is that passwording prevents/eliminates 'man in the middle' type 'attacks', where dodgy code (read: virus) or other nasties can be inserted in the middle of an nzb, causing it to be downloaded along with what was originally intended.

    When the d/l'er runs an unrar (on a passworded rar), those 'added' parts simply won't be processed. If it isn't password protected, THEY ARE.

    Now, as it comes to hdvisuals, for quite a while there they were NOT doing this, and were posting a goodly amount of BD25 sized stuff. (I think the last I got was the new 'Alice In Wonderland'). Then all of a sudden, this rash of encrypted. Don't know why, and there is no clue (directly) in the nfo, nzb, or otherwise.

    Now, there was a technique used by some in the very early days of HD stuff, that included a password keyfile in the parity (par) file, that would 'magically' be restored when the rar was 'repaired', since it was never actually posted.

    I haven't tried that on any of these new postings, and maybe I'll assume that you ran quickpar on these files, even if it looked like they were 100% (but quickpar would report even then that one file was missing).

    Don't know.

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    just want to say hi and thanks

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    You can't get the passwords unless your are member of their secret invite only forum. You can read a bit more about it in this topic
    http://www.disqworld.net/forums/view...8ad3c&start=15

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beck38 View Post
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    The biggest reason is that passwording prevents/eliminates 'man in the middle' type 'attacks', where dodgy code (read: virus) or other nasties can be inserted in the middle of an nzb, causing it to be downloaded along with what was originally intended.

    When the d/l'er runs an unrar (on a passworded rar), those 'added' parts simply won't be processed. If it isn't password protected, THEY ARE.

    ...
    Umm.. A maliculous file can still be injected outside the passworded archive, but in the same folder the stuff gets downloaded, right? Actually, one could add a maliculous "Get_Password.exe" to the modified nzb, therefore passwording could potentially increase the risks of getting infected.

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    If you look at the way WinRAR works, actually not.

    There are two levels of keeping things tight, the first is the pw encryption (AES), and 'authenticity verification'. Simply plugging in a 'replacement' rar part won't do it, as when un-rared, the 'foreign' part won't either be processed or decrypted in either case.

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    anyone got an invite here?

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