Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Free Gmini plugins...
Re: Free Gmini plugins...
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2004 02:02:52 +0100
I don't think, that this would yield any usable or even interesting
Most probably they bind the plugin to the very machine by encoding the
plugin-binary somehow with the machine-ID. The built in firmware then
decodes it with its own id. Using a wrong id just gives random bits. Bingo.
If they felt really hardcore (I highly doubt), they have built in a unique,
random, asymmetric pair of keys and use this database to encode with the
public part of it.
At 01:18 19.01.2004, you wrote:
>>For those of you with Gminis or are working on developing on them:
>>For a limited time.
>Perhaps somebody would like to log their transactions with a packet
>sniffer for the gmini hackers?
Received on 2004-01-19