Monday, April 21, 2008


You can get a shirt with the code like this on it.

My friend got his software for your movie ready DeCss and CSS descramblers, this software breaks the code and it dumps it on a hard drive. Also he's got the Perl decryption code. And all the burners ready for you , I personally have 412 orders for your movie Floyd, can't wait.
So good luck fat boy, I'm also copying Barron Shepperd books for shipping and copying. You guys fucked with me and I'm fucking with you, do you know why because I can. And you guys can't stop me at all.
To all hackers this is how you hack Floyd Webb's movie, but you guys probably know how to all ready.
1. plain text via HTTP
The main protocol used on the web is HTTP. See to get DeCSS.
2. FTP
You can easily retrieve the DeCSS source code via anonymous FTP on
3. NNTP or e-mail
DeCSS can be posted on Usenet, directly in the message body (see <> or the copy on Deja).
Of course, you can do exactly the same using e-mail, but I didn't set up a system sending DeCSS by e-mail since it would probably have been quickly abused.
It seems that some moron spammed Usenet with the DeCSS source code. As a news administrator, I find this behaviour unacceptable. Usenet isn't a child's playground, there are a few rules one should follow so that it remains a nice place. So whoever did that, you should know it was a rather stupid idea, and doing it anonymously proves that you don't have the guts to fight the battle anyway.
4. hidden as HTML comments via HTTP
HTTP allows a few more ways to send data: if you are reading this page in a web browser, then you probably already downloaded DeCSS, since it is in this page's HTML comments (use your browser's view source function).
5. NNTP or e-mail (attached to the message)
You can also post DeCSS as an attachment, either on Usenet or by E-mail.
6. Gopher
Gopher can be considered the web's ancestor. You can get DeCSS on gopher:// Note: the gopher server is currently stopped because of a
buffer overflow. Thank you for your understanding. -->
7. IRC
On IRC, a DCC send is the common way to quickly transfer files. But DeCSS can also be put in the server's MOTD (message of the day). Try for instance the IRC server
8. CVS
CVS stands for "Concurrent Versions System" and is aimed at managing projects. It handles conflicts, concurrent works on the same file, and a lot of interesting things. Okay, actually if you have used it a bit, you will know it sucks, but we don't have anything else, and hopefully stuff like Subversion will work pretty soon.
So, to retrieve DeCSS with CVS, use the following commands:
cvs -d logincvs -d get decss
Of course, the CVS password is decss.
9. DNS (coolest hack)
DNS is a protocol mainly used to make correspondence between IP addresses and domain names. But one can also put information in it. To retrieve the DeCSS code, try this shell command:
for DVDs in Linux screw the MPAA and ; do dig $ ; done \ perl -ne 's/\.//g; print pack("H224",$1) if(/^x([^z]*)/)' gunzip
It should work with any sh-compatible shell, like bash, zsh, or plain old Posix shell. Users of brainf*cked shells such as csh should really consider using a proper shell.
This is my favourite hack. There used to be another version wandering on the Web; please don't use it, it used AXFR requests, which only work when you have direct connection to the Internet. This one is really better, because it also stays in every nameserver's cache for 31536000 seconds. That is, one year :)