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Thread: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

  1. #26
    slugworth Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    I would love to see the motorized setup work properly and maybe even a signal beep function for aiming.

  2. #27
    slugworth Guest

    Default Re: Re : OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    Quote Originally Posted by MST View Post
    Maincode was encrypted with XTEA algorithm using some key. After decryption, maincode could be depacked using LZMA.
    Still have no clue how this could be done with OpenBox maincode...
    I was wondering why the rs232 loader needs lzma.exe? Maybe it decrypts/decompresses before loading to receiver ram?

  3. #28
    slugworth Guest

    Default Re: Re : OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    there was mention of Dz ali firm dÉcrypter v4.0 on other sites,but no public release that I could find.
    I think it's for the m3602 bootloader type receivers and not the smt 1.0.0 anyway.
    I did ask if there will be support for openbox s10.
    m3602 just uses 1 key to decrypt the entire main firmware I think.

  4. #29
    Smurf_nl Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    I have some problems with the tool

    When I open a firmware it takes ages to show, seems like I need to close the program several times

    the program does not close at all?

    on win 7 that is

  5. #30
    slugworth Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    that usually happens with oddball firmware that doesn't match the original openbox type.
    Same problem with winxp in that case,so it just isn't win 7

  6. #31
    slugworth Guest

    Wink Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    if you are comfortable playing with a hex editor,you can chop out the userdb portion of your firmware once you are delighted with the settings to use on new firmware releases,instead of having to go through all the system settings from scratch.I save a dump by usb;selecting image file,hds2 dump.abs and system setting(in image).I then open the hds2 dump.abs in a hex editor and save from address 230000 to the end of the file.This is the chunk you will paste in new firmware.Open the new firmware .abs file and go to address 230000 and cut out that part to the end of the file.Paste your good chunk there.If done correctly when you load this edited firmware the receiver will start on the last sat/channel you were watching.The only caveat so far is the userdb must start in the same place on all the firmwares you patch.The ones I played with- the userdb started at address 22ff80.I have seen some that started at 23ff80 instead.The same trick doesn't work with image files saved via lan manager as the source file,the .abs must have the system info included.

  7. #32
    slugworth Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    You can accomplish the same thing with the rs232 loader.
    With the receiver off,run the loader but select data dump for the operate mode.
    Hit connect and turn receiver on.On the next menu double click on userdb and next should show save as,pick a name like my.udf in the same folder as the loader.The loader will save the my.udf to pc.You can then load this file on the next firmware release with the rs232 loader,selecting userdb instead of all chunk.

  8. #33
    MST Guest

    Default Re: Re : OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    Quote Originally Posted by slugworth View Post
    a chop from a polish ariva brand receiver site by poster flowswitch
    I saw this post before. It still not helps me to find decrypt algorithm. All I know, that decrypt is more complicated compared to Ali 3329B/C families. Probably decrypt routine it's similar, but the main problem is how to get the key. I searched the net for Ali 3602 decrypt too without success. There are many tools for 3329B/C, but none for 3602 maincode.

  9. #34
    MST Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    Quote Originally Posted by Smurf_nl View Post
    I have some problems with the tool

    When I open a firmware it takes ages to show, seems like I need to close the program several times

    the program does not close at all?

    on win 7 that is
    Can you point me to firmware file which you are trying to open in tool ?

  10. #35
    slugworth Guest

    Default Re: Re : OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    there was old firmware for a 3602 based receiver that only had a 2meg flash.
    It seemed there was a lot more ascii readable in that bootloader section.

  11. #36
    Smurf_nl Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    Quote Originally Posted by MST View Post
    Can you point me to firmware file which you are trying to open in tool ?
    Well allmost all firmware you can think of that has approx 4mb and abs, to check bootloader and so on..
    Also found that the spanish tool finds more different blocks in the firmware.
    could you make that too?

    have plenty examples for you
    Last edited by Smurf_nl; 12th-December-2011 at 21:58.

  12. #37
    banbanban Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    Thanx, let's try it.

  13. #38
    Unregistered Guest

    Default Re: Re : OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    Quote Originally Posted by MST View Post
    I saw this post before. It still not helps me to find decrypt algorithm. All I know, that decrypt is more complicated compared to Ali 3329B/C families. Probably decrypt routine it's similar, but the main problem is how to get the key. I searched the net for Ali 3602 decrypt too without success. There are many tools for 3329B/C, but none for 3602 maincode.

    There is a table of 0x 100 bytes of keys code in the firmware boot sector which will replace all the bytes of the encrypted maincode.


    This table is different in each new firmware released.

  14. #39
    slugworth Guest

    Default Re: Re : OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    to me the bootloader looks either compressed or encrypted,or maybe just partially.

  15. #40
    MST Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    Quote Originally Posted by Smurf_nl View Post
    Well allmost all firmware you can think of that has approx 4mb and abs, to check bootloader and so on..
    Also found that the spanish tool finds more different blocks in the firmware.
    could you make that too?

    have plenty examples for you
    So please upload somewhere firmware which you can't open usign my tool. I'll check it.

    There are no other blocks in OpenBox firmware file. All are listed in my tool. What spanish tool are you using?

  16. #41
    MST Guest

    Default Re: Re : OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    There is a table of 0x 100 bytes of keys code in the firmware boot sector which will replace all the bytes of the encrypted maincode.


    This table is different in each new firmware released.
    Are you able to write detailed tutorial how decrypt maincode manually, and how to get these keys ?

  17. #42
    slugworth Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    Quote Originally Posted by MST View Post
    There are no other blocks in OpenBox firmware file. All are listed in my tool. What spanish tool are you using?
    they have different names in other 3602 based firmware.

  18. #43
    Smurf_nl Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    The spanish tool is called: Partes del firmware 1.0

    it takes all abs files I tried. Interesting to see which blocks it finds.

  19. #44
    slugworth Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    that program saves a txt file of what you see on the screen.
    Maybe post that of the oddball firmware previously mentioned.

  20. #45
    Smurf_nl Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    A200_20110830_V2.15B8_patch.abs (Ariva 200)

    Encontrado en Bloque : 23010010
    Offset : 0
    Tamaño : 65536
    Nom : HS11
    Version : 35004-01047
    Datos :20110509-162248


    Encontrado en Bloque : 01FE0101
    Offset : 65536
    Tamaño : 2621440
    Nom : maincode
    Version : V2.15B8*
    Datos :20110830-173114


    Encontrado en Bloque : 02FD0100
    Offset : 2686976
    Tamaño : 65536
    Nom : radioback
    Version : 1.0.0
    Datos :20110509-162256


    Encontrado en Bloque : 02FD0200
    Offset : 2752512
    Tamaño : 65408
    Nom : Ariva200
    Version : 1.0.0
    Datos :20110509-162256


    Encontrado en Bloque : 08F70100
    Offset : 2817920
    Tamaño : 65664
    Nom : seeback
    Version : 1.0.0
    Datos :20110830-172204


    Encontrado en Bloque : 08F70101
    Offset : 2883584
    Tamaño : 65536
    Nom : data1
    Version : 1.0.0
    Datos :20110830-172204


    Encontrado en Bloque : 08F70102
    Offset : 2949120
    Tamaño : 65536
    Nom : data2
    Version : 1.0.0
    Datos :20110830-172204


    Encontrado en Bloque : 03FC0100
    Offset : 3014656
    Tamaño : 262016
    Nom : defaultdb
    Version : 1.0.0
    Datos :20110526-200048


    Encontrado en Bloque : 04FB0100
    Offset : 3276672
    Tamaño : 917632
    Nom : userdb
    Version : 1.0.0
    Datos :20110830-173114

  21. #46
    Smurf_nl Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    Galaxy(MCAS)_08Aor2011_317.abs

    Encontrado en Bloque : 23010010
    Offset : 0
    Tamaño : 65536
    Nom : Bootloader
    Version : Ver 1.3
    Datos :2011-04-01


    Encontrado en Bloque : 01FE0101
    Offset : 65536
    Tamaño : 1179648
    Nom : Maincode
    Version : V3.1.7
    Datos :2011-4-8


    Encontrado en Bloque : 02FD0100
    Offset : 1245184
    Tamaño : 65536
    Nom : background
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    Encontrado en Bloque : 02FD0200
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    Encontrado en Bloque : 02FD0300
    Offset : 1376256
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    Nom : BootLogo
    Version : 1.0.0
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    Encontrado en Bloque : 08F70100
    Offset : 1441792
    Tamaño : 65536
    Nom : User Data
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    Datos :2011-04-08


    Encontrado en Bloque : 03FC0100
    Offset : 1507328
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    Version : 1.0.0
    Datos :2011-4-8

  22. #47
    Smurf_nl Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    So far I think I have seen 4 different bootloaders
    so I guess 4 different teams working on lookalike boxes?

  23. #48
    MST Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    I know this tool. Partes del firmware 1.0 is also known as:
    - Extraction Linbox
    - Scindeur
    - Ariva Dekompresor

    Please keep in mind, that my tool is dedicated to OpenBox S9/S10 only. It is not, and not will be compatible with all ALI 3602 chipset in future. So it will not support Ariva 100/200 firmware for example.
    Also, please notice, that apps listed above have limited functionality compared to my tool. The can list blocks, and extract whole blocks only.
    So if you have any problems with OpenBox S9/S10 firmware using my tool, please let me know. If you are using it with firmwares for other boxes - sorry, you are doing it at your own risk, and I won't help you.

  24. #49
    slugworth Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    being able to change the userdb would be a nice feature.
    I have to use the rs232 loader or edit manually with a hex editor.

  25. #50
    MST Guest

    Default Re: OpenBox S9/S10 Firmware Tool 0.1 by MST

    Quote Originally Posted by slugworth View Post
    being able to change the userdb would be a nice feature.
    I have to use the rs232 loader or edit manually with a hex editor.
    Do you mean userdb export and import ability?

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