Trucha Signer

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Lain, Mar 3, 2008.

Mar 3, 2008

Trucha Signer by Lain at 12:30 PM (2,377 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. Lain
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    Hi, I have some doubts I would like to clear about Trucha Signer.

    After you find the "common key" and insert it in the .reg file you will be able to open any .iso in Trucha Signer.

    In the tutorial (http://gbatemp.net/index.php?act=ST&f=108&t=76657&st=0#entry1005253) finding the "sd key", "md5 blanker" and "sd iv" are optional.. my question is, what is the relevance of finding these 3 keys? I did the drivecheck hack on the main.dol file of Super Mario Galaxy just fine with only the "common key" found in a key.bin file.

    So, mainly I would like to know what is the role of all these 4 keys.

    And the "common key" is only used to open the .iso file or it is also use to sign the partitions using the "Trucha Sign"? Or is the "Trucha Sign" not even related to these keys?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. goat6574

    Newcomer goat6574 Newbie

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    someone please answer this question
     
  3. arctic_flame

    Member arctic_flame GBAtemp ATMEGA8 Fan

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    They are decrypting various other data extracted from the Wii's flash, and backuped Channels.
     
  4. Superlemons

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    Sorry for being a newb... But why is it that no one is allowed to talk about the key.bin ??? I don't even know how to get them or how to find them on the internet. Everytime someone asks, then someone will say, ask again and you'll get banned...?

    Whats wrong with talking about it?

    Superlemons
     
  5. arctic_flame

    Member arctic_flame GBAtemp ATMEGA8 Fan

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    It's a very large prime number. I believe that it "belongs" to nintendo, meaning that it's illegal to distribute.

    In my opinion, you can't make a number illegal, but my opinion means nothing.

    Edit: the prime number is the "key" you need to decrypt the game files. You can find out more about public key encryption on Google, and you can look up RSA on Wikipedia.
     
  6. kedest

    Member kedest GBAtemp Psycho!

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    well the key.bin is kinda regarded as nintendo property. so it's treated the same way as iso's here.
     
  7. bubbleboy

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    What about getting away with a technicality? Ie an equation, when completed, will result in the large prime number stored in key.bin.

    Surely an equation can't be copyrighted?
     
  8. mattlouf

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    An equation with HEXA characters ? is it possible ? (don't you forgot about ABCDEF ?)
     
  9. phaerun

    Member phaerun GBAtemp Regular

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    the prime number per se cannot be copyrighted. the file is (in its electronic form), which is why ppl are telling you to edit the file and put the number there yourself. they cannot give you the file. check out the PGPi scanning project to understand what i mean [​IMG]

    as for finding the number. i will only say ..... look for "yum yum" and you will find the light.

    you can always find legal ways to give something if you want to.
     
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    Member arctic_flame GBAtemp ATMEGA8 Fan

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    You don't know what a number is?
     
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