Here are some reads of G3 cards tier info in cyberdbs.Rev 240: Unlockable and programmable (EX-04)
Rev 241: Unlockable and programmable (EX-??)purple card

Here are some reads of G3 cards tier info in cyberdbs.
Min, Max, Rights, Expirations Date, Begin Sub, End Date

01 92 FF 00 00 01 9D 2009-01-26 2008-03-21 2030-01-01
03 34 FF 00 00 01 F2 2009-01-26 2008-03-21 2030-01-01
00 14 B0 F0 00 00 12 2009-01-26 2008-03-21 2030-01-01
08 98 08 AC 00 00 07 2009-01-26 2008-03-21 2030-01-01
00 11 FF 00 00 00 09 2009-01-26 2008-03-21 2030-01-01
08 E2 FF 00 00 02 62 2009-01-26 2008-03-21 2030-01-01
00 20 BD F3 00 00 13 2009-01-26 2008-03-21 2030-01-01
08 3E 08 52 00 00 1E 2009-01-26 2008-03-21 2030-01-01
03 B6 03 D1 00 03 B6 2009-01-26 2008-03-21 2030-01-01
02 8E FF 00 00 01 0E 2009-01-26 2008-03-21 2030-01-01
01 B5 FF 00 00 01 B6 2009-01-26 2008-03-21 2030-01-01
08 E3 FF 00 00 02 78 2009-01-26 2008-03-21 2030-01-01
This is my Top 200 sub card before steaming it came preloaded with channel package:
Min, Max, Rights, Expirations Date, Begin Sub, End Date

20 EC 21 00 00 03 58 2008-10-15 2006-11-07 2030-01-01
00 01 00 37 00 00 01 2008-10-15 2005-09-11 2030-01-01
02 58 02 94 00 00 03 2008-10-15 2006-11-07 2030-01-01
03 B6 03 D1 00 03 B6 2008-10-15 2006-11-07 2030-01-01
The image attached is of a virgin never streamed and with no Info what so ever except CAID


Types of Chip Cards
Smart cards are defined according to 1). How the card data is read and written, and 2). The type of chip implanted within the card and its capabilities. There is a wide range of options to choose from when designing your system.



Contact Cards
The most common type of smart card. Electrical contacts located on the outside of the card connect to a card reader when the card is inserted.



Increased levels of processing power, flexibility and memory add cost. Single function cards are often the most cost-effective solution. Choose the right type of smart card for your application by evaluating cost versus functionality and determine your required level of security. All of these variables should be weighted against the expected lifecycle of the card. On average the cards typically comprise only 10 to 15 percent of the total system cost with the infrastructure, issuance, training and advertising making up the other 85 percent. The following chart demonstrates some general rules of thumb;

Card Function Trade-Offs


Memory Cards
Memory cards have no sophisticated processing power and cannot manage files dynamically. All memory cards communicate to readers through synchronous protocols. In all memory cards you read and write to a fixed address on the card. There are three primary types of memory cards: 1). Straight, 2). Protected, and 3). Stored Value.

1. Straight Memory Cards
These cards just store data and have no data processing capabilities. These cards are the lowest cost per bit for user memory. They should be regarded as floppy disks of varying sizes without the lock mechanism. These cards cannot identify themselves to the reader, so your host system has to know what type of card is being inserted into a reader. These cards are easily duplicated and cannot be tracked by on-card identifiers.


2. Protected / Segmented Memory Cards
These cards have built-in logic to control the access to the memory of the card. Sometimes referred to as Intelligent Memory cards, these devices can be set to write protect some or all of the memory array. Some of these cards can be configured to restrict access to both reading and writing. This is usually done through a password or system key. Segmented memory cards can be divided into logical sections for planned multi-functionality. These cards are not easily duplicated but can possibly be impersonated by hackers. They typically can be tracked by an on-card identifier.

3. Stored Value Memory Cards
These cards are designed for the specific purpose of storing value or tokens. The cards are either disposable or rechargeable. Most cards of this type incorporate permanent security measures at the point of manufacture. These measures can include password keys and logic that are hard-coded into the chip by the manufacturer. The memory arrays on these devices are set-up as decrements or counters. There is little or no memory left for any other function. For simple applications such as a telephone card the chip has 60 or 12 memory cells, one for each telephone unit. A memory cell is cleared each time a telephone unit is used. Once all the memory units are used, the card becomes useless and is thrown away. This process can be reversed in the case of rechargeable cards.

CPU/MPU Microprocessor Multifunction Cards
These cards have on-card dynamic data processing capabilities. Multifunction smart cards allocate card memory into independent sections or files assigned to a specific function or application. Within the card is a microprocessor or microcontroller chip that manages this memory allocation and file access. This type of chip is similar to those found inside all personal computers and when implanted in a smart card, manages data in organized file structures, via a card operating system (COS). Unlike other operating systems, this software controls access to the on-card user memory. This capability permits different and multiple functions and/or different applications to reside on the card, allowing businesses to issue and maintain a diversity of ‘products’ through the card. One example of this is a debit card that also enables building access on a college campus. Multifunction cards benefit issuers by enabling them to market their products and services via state-of-the-art transaction and encryption technology. Specifically, the technology enables secure identification of users and permits information updates without replacement of the installed base of cards, simplifying program changes and reducing costs. For the card user, multifunction means greater convenience and security, and ultimately, consolidation of multiple cards down to a select few that serve many purposes.

There are many configurations of chips in this category including chips that support cryptographic PKI functions with on board math co-processors or Java virtual machine hardware blocks. As a rule of thumb - the more functions the higher the cost.

Contactless Cards
These are smart cards that employ a radio frequency (RFID) between card and reader without physical insertion of the card. Instead the card is passed along the exterior of the reader and read. Types include proximity cards which are implemented as a read-only technology for building access. These cards function with a limited memory and communicate at 125 MHz. True read & write contactless cards were first used in transportation for quick decrementing and re-loading of fare values where their lower security was not an issue. They communicate at 13.56 MHz, and conform to the ISO14443 standard. These cards are often straight memory types. They are also gaining popularity in retail stored value, since they can speed-up transactions and not lower transaction processing revenues (i.e. VISA and Mastercard), like traditional smart cards.


Variations of the ISO14443 specification include A, B, and C, which specify chips from either specific or various manufacturers. A=Philips B=Everybody else and C=Sony chips. Contactless card drawbacks include the limits of cryptographic functions and user memory versus microprocessor cards and the limited distance between card and reader required for operation.


Combination Cards
These are hybrids that employ both contact and contactless technology in one card. Combi-cards can also contain two different types of chips in contrast to a Dual-Interface card where a single chip manages both functions.


Operating Systems
The two primary types of smart card operating systems 1). Fixed File Structure and 2). Dynamic Application System. As with card types, selection of a card OS depends on the application the card is developed for. The other defining difference is in the Encryption Capabilities of the OS and the Chip. These are typically distinguished by Symmetric Key and Public Key. See the security section of this site for more information.

1). Fixed File Structure
This type treats the card as a secure computing and storage device. Files and permissions are set in advance by the issuer. These specific parameters are ideal and economical for a fixed type of card structure and functions that will not change in the near future. An example of this kind of card is a low-cost employee multi-function badge.

2). Dynamic Application System
This type of operating system, which includes the MULTOS and JAVA card varieties, enables developers to build, test, and deploy different applications securely. Because the OS and applications are more separate, updates can easily and repeatedly be made. See our software page for more information. An example card is a SIM card for mobile GSM where updates and security are downloaded to the phone and dynamically changed.



i have some pictures but dont how to add them sorry
There finally here plastic smart cards ROM 240 bev cards,dish net ROM 241 smart cards and S04 smart cards are now able to be unlocked and ready for a bin file.
This is just a unlocking service and not a programming service.
I do not program cards nor condone illegal interception of Canadian or American satellite signals and hold no responsibility for anyone who does so.
I hope this list can be of use to people.

Here you go:

Bev Plastic - Bev Smart Chip - Dish Plastic - Dish Smart Chip -- Unlocker Chip
240---------------2C0--------------103-----------------281--------------4053/4619---------->>> Unlockable and programmable
241---------------2C1--------------105-----------------283--------------4053/4619---------->>> Unlockable and programmable
242---------------2C2--------------106-----------------284--------------4619----------------->>> Unlockable and programmable
243---------------2C3--------------107-----------------285--------------4619----------------->>> Unlockable and programmable
244---------------2C4--------------108-----------------286--------------4619----------------->>> Unlockable and programmable
245---------------2C5--------------109-----------------287-------4619+diode5817----------------->>> Unlockable and programmable
247---------------2C7--------------10B-----------------289-------4619+diode5817----------------->>> Unlockable and programmable


BEV:

ROM 102:

Rev 240: Unlockable and programmable (EX-04)
Rev 241: Unlockable and programmable (EX-??)
Rev 242: Unlockable and programmable
Rev 243: Unlockable and programmable
Rev 244: Unlockable and programmable
Rev 245: Unlockable and programmable
Rev 247: Unlockable and programmable

ROM 103:

Rev 3C0 (380 D!SH): Unlockable and programmable
Rev 3C1 (386 D!SH): Unlockable and programmable
Rev 3C2 (387 D!SH): Unlockable and programmable
Rev 3C3 (388 D!SH): Unlockable and programmable
Rev 3C4 (389 D!SH): Locked
Rev 3C6 (38B D!SH): Locked
Rev 3C7 (38C D!SH): Locked

ROM S01:

Rev 640: Locked and not programmable to this day (EX-07)
Rev 642: Unlockable and programmable
Rev 643: Locked and not programmable to this day
Rev 644: Unlockable and programmable
Rev 646: Locked and not programmable to this day

ROM 206:

Rev 740: Locked and not programmable to this day (Card)
Rev 783: Locked and not programmable to this day (Embedded)
Rev 7C0: Locked and not programmable to this day (Embedded)
Rev 7C4: Locked and not programmable to this day (Embedded)
Rev 7C6: Locked and not programmable to this day (Embedded)

Embedded ROMS 3200/4100/5200/6100/9200 etc.:

ROM 102 Rev 2C0 (240): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 102 Rev 2C1 (241): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 102 Rev 2C2 (242): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 102 Rev 2C3 (243): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 102 Rev 2C4 (244): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 102 Rev 2C5 (245): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 102 Rev 2C7 (247): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 103 Rev 3C0 (380 D!SH): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 103 Rev 3C1 (386 D!SH): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 103 Rev 3C2 (387 D!SH): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 103 Rev 3C3 (388 D!SH): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 103 Rev 3C4 (389 D!SH): Locked
ROM 103 Rev 3C6 (38B D!SH): Locked
ROM 103 Rev 3C7 (38C D!SH): Locked


DISH:

ROM 102:

Rev 103: Unlockable and programmable
Rev 105: Unlockable and programmable
Rev 106: Unlockable and programmable
Rev 107: Unlockable and programmable
Rev 108: Unlockable and programmable
Rev 109: Unlockable and programmable
Rev 10B: Unlockable and programmable

ROM 103:

Rev 300: Unlockable and programmable (Card)
Rev 306: Unlockable and programmable (Card))
Rev 307: Unlockable and programmable (Card))
Rev 308: Unlockable and programmable (Card))
Rev 309: Unlockable and programmable (Card))
Rev 30B: Unlockable (Card))
Rev 380: Unlockable and programmable (Embedded)
Rev 386: Unlockable and programmable (Embedded)
Rev 387: Unlockable and programmable (Embedded)
Rev 388: Unlockable and programmable (Embedded)
Rev 389: Unlockable and programmable(Embedded)
Rev 38B: Unlockable and programmable (Embedded)
Rev 38C: Unlockable and programmable(Embedded)

ROM S01:

Rev 602: Locked and not programmable to this day
Rev 605: Locked and not programmable to this day

ROM S02:

Rev 802: Unlockable and programmable

ROM 206:

Rev 740: Locked and not programmable to this day (Card)
Rev 783: Locked and not programmable to this day (Embedded)
Rev 787: Locked and not programmable to this day (Embedded)

Cardless and Embedded ROMS IRD 111/311/811/942 etc.:

ROM 102 Rev 281 (103): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 102 Rev 283 (105): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 102 Rev 284 (106): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 102 Rev 285 (107): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 102 Rev 286 (108): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 102 Rev 287 (109): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 102 Rev 289 (10B): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 103 Rev 380 (3C0 B3V): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 103 Rev 386 (3C1 B3V): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 103 Rev 387 (3C2 B3V): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 103 Rev 388 (3C3 B3V): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 103 Rev 389 (3C4 B3V): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 103 Rev 38B (3C6 B3V): Unlockable and programmable
ROM 103 Rev 38C (3C7 B3V): unlockable


thought i share lil something for u all just would like to give some info if u dont mind....
a BGA programmer (Around $500, for a cheap one) and the dies (they can range from $100 to $500 a piece). BGA stands for Ball Grid Array, others call it an iCam. There are still units out there with an N3 iCam Rom241. Other devices are called "Hell Boards" (this is what you mount the iCam to to program if you don't want the BGA Programmer). I don't know if generic matters. You need a sweat station or at least a hot air gun/pencil to remove the BGA from the units. You can buy hotair attachments for 100 to 200 for wide assortment. A 100 to 250mHz O-Scope (better know how to use one before you dish out the cash). A decent ohm meter...you can find one at the nearest Lowes.(for setting the pot for glitch point resistance)

For buying anything!!! Pay close attention to this if you live in the US. STAY AWAY FROM BUYING STUFF FROM CANADA. This is nothing against the Canadians...this is against the US Customs on the Canadian border. You WILL NOT receive your items and they WILL get seized!

I know a few things and wanted to inform those that do not know. Rom 206 and rom 241 are very simular... so simular in fact that if we can get a complete dump of the 206 that it is possible to code a rom 206 to rom 241 spoof string. I do know that it is possible to glitch into a rom 206. I am useing my right now with a modded powersync with 4619 chips. Only area I have successfully dumped is the data area, but once the script is reliable enough the memory addresses can be easily changed to dump the entire card. I am expert, and this has come independent from any coding team. So, there are solutions being sought by independent teams NOT associated with any major fta or group. Instead of trying to dump the 241, go with something so simular in design that it could be made to spoof a 241, but not so hard as to be impossible. Genius. There is always a way around a problem, it just takes someone not afraid to let the magic smoke escape from there glitcher, or to loop there card. One thing.... DO NOT USE A T911... it will not work!
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