Blue Hustler and Hustler TV end Cryptoworks coding
February 15, 2013 - SatCesc

Television channels Hustler TV and Blue Hustler shortly leave vulnerable Cryptoworks encryption to encode their signals under Viaccess conditional access system, and activated in recent months.

Both channels are present in the satellite Astra 4A (4.8 East) on frequency 12111 MHz-H (DVB-S, MPEG-2, SR 27500, FEC 3/4) and their signals are used as links to professional technicians fixed distribution to pay-TV operators.

Initially it was reported that co-exist until the end of 2012 the two encodings, Viaccess and Cryptoworks, the latter will be eliminated and with it prevent illegally gain access to the contents of these channels.

Along with Hustler TV and Blue Hustler and on the same frequency are Travel Channel and ESPN Classic. The latter has already left Cryptoworks coding so it is anticipated that they will be playing the rest soon.

Hustler TV is an adult chain belonging to the famous Larry Flint, known for his Hustler magazine, which broadcasts all the movies X success with actors and actresses and famous filmmakers.

Hustler TV based in Los Angeles satellite was launched in October 2004 through the Intelsat Americas 7.

Meanwhile Blue Hustler emits a soft porn programming, while Hustler TV devotes its contents to hardcore porn.