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Italy has been struck by a 'CAM crisis'


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Italy has been struck by a 'CAM crisis', demand of Astoncrypt Seca CI CAMs with Version 1.05 software has exceeded supply, mainly due to the new production of the limited Version 1.07 CAM. The new CAM will not allow access to the Stream platform on Hot Bird, and will also have many implications for pirate smartcard users. Version 1.05 CAMs are being sold by some dealers in Italy for around £165.00 (262 Euros) per piece. The demands for the production of the new limited 1.07 CAM are thought to have come from pay-TV operators Canal+. Sources, close to encryption sector Canal+ Technologies, have revealed the possible introduction of the so-called "Super Seca" encryption for early 2002, to be implemented with all Canal+ cable and satellite services using Seca/Mediaguard encryption. Italy's two pay-TV platforms Telepiu Digitale and Stream, will issue their own developed CAMs to subscribers using Common Interface receivers, which will have a PIN code control system to restrict access to just one provider platform.<P>Bron: <A HREF="http://www.sateuropa.co.uk/" TARGET=_blank>http://www.sateuropa.co.uk/</A>

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Ehh, als ik dan even doordenk, betekent dit dan dat ik binnenkort mijn huidige 1.05 Seca CAM de vuilnisbak in kan gooien en ik voor de zoveelste keer, natuurlijk op mijn kosten, een nieuwe SuperSecaCAM aan moet schaffen om verder te kunnen kijken...? Of heb ik er weer niets van begrepen...?<BR> confused.gif" border="0

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