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Cardsharing

What is Cardsharing?


Card sharing, is a method of allowing multiple clients or digital television receivers to access a subscription television network with only one or more valid satellite smart cards. This is achieved by electronically sharing a part of the legitimate conditional access smart card's output data (ecms), enabling all recipients to gain simultaneous access to scrambled satellite channels, held on the encrypted television network. Typically, a legitimate smart card is attached to a host digital television receiver, which is equipped with software to share the decrypted 64-bit "control word" key over a computer network, such as the Internet. Once a client receives this key, they can decrypt the encrypted content as though they were using their own subscription card.

How does cardsharing works?


Cardsharing needs a valid smart card from your satellite provider in order to extract the ecm keys from the card and decrypt your channels. Those keys can then be shared over LAN or Internet, using a compatible satellite receiver that can support CCcam or Mgcam protocol. If you don't own a valid smart card, you can subscribe to an online provider, like our website and buy a subscription and get the ecm keys over the Internet directly on your satellite receiver.
Most well known receiver brands are: Dreambox, VU+, SKYBOX, TECHNOMATE, Eaglebox, Azbox, Spiderbox, OpenBox, Amiko, GIGABLUE and many more...