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    Default Copying smart cards

    Just wondering (kind of a newbiee)
    is it possible to copy smart cards such as foxtel or UBI world tv ect?
    and would they work



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    put it in a photocopier, make as many copies as you wish. That's the only way to copy those cards.

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    No.


    You would be best to accept the answer and not ask why. Just accept the answer is NO
    Reality is an invention of my imagination.
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    someone knows how to it though.

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    Have a look at this thread same sought of question asked there.
    Unfortunately no one seems to know what type of cards are being used, so it makes it hard to do much when you don't even have a starting place

    When you do things right, people won't be sure that you have done anything at all

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    The original cards have never been and probably never will be copied. The whiteys goldies etc are emulators with a vaild set of details. They do not use the same code as a genuine card. You can't even copy a gold card if the pic is protected, the difference is in the goldie days the hex code was publicly available (ghost gold) and anyone could read the details from a gold card easily. Even if you had blank whities, I haven't herd of a way to extract details from one. I don't even know if the I2 key structure is publicly known.

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