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    Quote Originally Posted by angelozip View Post
    Giomen when you researched the 41 region, you could tell which GTM cable you used? I ask because I have read in this forum that older models of cables, such as the GTM 10, 12.. and older, do not stored the subscription on the cable, so just might be in some region of the gps memory.

    You have as check or, if it's not too much to ask, indicate approximately the offset that they were?
    Parsing of 41 region is not trivial task for me. I persistently searched for our ID unlock code by using stupidly HORing whole content of file with HOR enumeration and searching pattern for unl. I remember that after decode finded unlock codes I saw Europe traffic codes with some GTM cable ID in it. Copy of 41 region was received by e-mail and I do not know how it was obtained. May be I give a false alarm and this codes were not really working. Code for GTM was not interesting me in that case. I am afraid I am not able to repeat such feat now.
    We need a hero! It is not difficult that needed it find table with header of section and HOR for it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giomen View Post
    HORing whole content of file with HOR enumeration and searching pattern for unl.
    I believe you mean XOR but not HOR

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    I moved these above posts from
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    Quote Originally Posted by voyager56 View Post
    I believe you mean XOR but not HOR
    Sorry for Russian accent, you are right - надо хорить (XOR)
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    'хорить' = 'hor it' using online translator Russian to English. How guys like you and kunix are able to think in Russian and then write it in EN without constant translation errors is beyond me [i knew what you meant btw Giomen, i.e. HORing = XORing and not one of your other less savory diversions ]. Dammit! kunix has better english than me. Maybe mentioning him will summon him up ['Speak of the Devil, etc'].
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    horing also has another meaning (afrikaans dialect)
    Anyways what is the best program for XORing or HORing region 41 ?
    Who cares about the dialect after a couple Vodkas anyway !
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    @ dasilvarsa

    You don't need a program to calculate it. Don't worry is nothing so hard. Almost every Hex editor have it. (hex workshop for example)

    XOR is a math logical operation just like multiplying or dividing. XORed means that each byte of the file is...well..."xored" by a special value. The result is a crypt ed file. To decrypt it you just need to know the value for the xoring. Or figure it out if you are smart enough.

    For 41 the value for xoring is known.

    P.P: Keep in mind that I am not a programmer at all. Kunix is.
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    @ dasil
    Spoiler: fxor
    http://www.gmaptool.eu/en/content/fxor

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddabcd277 View Post
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    For 41 the value for xoring is known.
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    Yes, it's known. Thanks for not saying more. In open forum probably the less said the better about the actual XOR encryption of rgn41 and its decryption.
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    Neil, summoning me makes no sense, as I'm an idiot when it comes to TMC.
    catymag, as far as I remember fxor does XOR-ing using 1-byte gamma. But NV is XOR-ed with 2-byte gamma. So fxor won't suffice in this case.

 

 
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