nusdownloader and tmd files from 3DS!?

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Kyouhei, Mar 14, 2012.

  1. Kyouhei
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    Kyouhei Official 任天堂 Lover

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    just noticed when i was viewing files on 3ds sd card, there are TMD files. which CAN be viewed and possibly decrypted by NUSDownloader!! its just a theory. DONT FLAME ME FOR IT!
     
  2. CollosalPokemon

    CollosalPokemon ばん。。。かい

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    No, not possible atm.

    You NEED the COMMON KEY for decryption AS WELL!
    The 3DS Common Key has NOT been publicly leaked/dumped yet
    if it was as easy as you described it would have been done already in June 2011.
     
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  3. frogboy

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    Flameflame.

    No, it wouldn't work that way. You've gotta have the keys, and nobody's found them yet. Or, if they have, they're not sharing them.
     
  4. Kyouhei
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    wait. common keys...hrm...anything like this?:675023AF4C419EB5?

    every TMD on my SD card has that EXACT code inside of it when opened with NUSD
     
  5. mjax

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    Congrats! You found the keys.
    inb4 custom firmware.

    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
  6. loco365

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    It wouldn't be that easy to find. It might be a checksum. But I'd be damned if it was a console key.
     
  7. Kyouhei
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    *cough*flamewars episode OMEGA attack of the trolls*cough* close this please....oh right. ill check my 2nd 3DS sd card! it has all the same apps on it. BRB!
     
  8. Mariosegafreak

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    1 day doesn't sound like "be right back" :ha:
     
  9. Luigi2012SM64DS

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    or does 5. nintendo isn't that supiid they would put the code in the game
     
  10. river58

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    Your So Awesome ethanobi!! :lol:
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
  11. xwatchmanx

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    Agree with Collosal... if it was that easy, it woulda been done long ago. Also, probably should've gone under this sticky.

    http://gbatemp.net/topic/307018-awesome-3ds-hacking-theories/

    Not trying to flame, just sayin'.
     
  12. demonicstrife

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    Somewhere in the middle
    Doesn't the key have 128-bit encryption? Meaning that it would take somewhere around 100,000,000 years to find it or something? I remember reading an old thread about it....
     
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    Good thing I'm immortal, then. :ha:
     
  14. CollosalPokemon

    CollosalPokemon ばん。。。かい

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    Well, I (think) there was somewhere around 4 Quintilian possible keys to brute force, or maybe more. The '100,000,000 years' is just to say "don't even dare to brute force it." Using brute force - while it may work eventually - is a very, very terrible option in this case. Just wait for someone like neimod to find the keys with his RAM dumper. It'll be 100 million years faster than brute force :creep:
     
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  15. SifJar

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    TMDs aren't encrypted. Certainly not on Wii anyway, I would assume on 3DS also.

    EDIT: Yeah, think I was right. Details on structure of TMDs here: http://3dbrew.org/wiki/TMD Seems pretty similar to Wii TMDs. There's also code by trap15 to parse them, available at 3dbrew at the link I gave above.
     
  16. narutopet112

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    http://git.daifukkat.su/?p=3dshax.git
    For more info.
     
  17. arashb

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    Only assuming brute force doesn't guess it right on the first try :P. If it were to take 100,000,000 years then that would mean the encryption key is simply all 9s, correct?