Predator 3.66
See "howto.txt" for instructions
About this version:
For Dragon Module.
Emulation for Irdeto, Nagra, Viaccess, Viaccess2, Seca and Cryptoworks , with keyeditor
(check out the "Debug" option in the menu).

Fixed Premiere Direkt
Of course, TPS/Multivision/ABSat still AU!
To make this work, go to a scrambled channel on hotbird 10873V
(eg France4, France5, LCP) and wait for the picture to clear, should take a minute at most.
Once it clears, you're good to go until about 3am, at which time the procedure must be repeated.

A cam has to register the crypto ids it can handle with the receiver.
The standard does not limit the number of crypto ids sent by the cam; however,
in practice many receivers start behaving really weird when the cam sends more than 16.
Unfortunately, this is all done at startup, the cam can not later on change its mind and
register other ids.
For this reason some more obscure IDS have been removed to make room.
HOWEVER, the crypto ids registered by the cam are editable in the binary file.
At position 0x4BBC you will find them, structure is:
- 1 byte, number of CA IDS to register with the receiver.
- 1 byte value 00, do not change.
Then, the CA IDS, 2 byte each, big-endian.
There is room for 31 ids if you want to try if your receiver can handle more than 16.
Don't forget to change the first byte if you add or remove ids.
If you just change existing ids, there is no need to change the first bye.
Just in case you are unsure if you have the right file position:
in this distribution the CA ID structure is
10 -> number of ids, HEXADECIMAL remember....
00 -> Always 00 do not touch
01 00 05 00 17 02 0B 00 4A 70 06 04 06 02 06 22 -> the ca ids
17 62 18 00 06 06 0D 03 0D 00 09 61 09 0F 09 19
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

Always check files with DCP first! Do not load files that did not come with
predator.IDs included!!
From this version on, the file "predator.ID" will be included. This file is
for use with the excellent "dcp" software from TuxInBox, and allows you to
check authentic firmware.