The aacs key is updating

@shadowofdarkness: because of your fear that eventually not all local keys are correctly uploaded to the central key database I've created a small tool to compare a private keyfile with the main keyfile: Update 20170105: new Link to tool Key DBcompare-002 Simply copy all your private keyfiles in one file and next drag it onto the and it will compare your local file with the main keyfile and tell you if all your keys are included or not (and also if they are included, but with a different title) @Starbuck2010: With my small comparison tool I noticed the same that candela already posted: although there are 'nice' title values in the local database they aren't used for the central database - so there are a lot of entries where my comparison tool tells me something like this: I'm with candela that it would be a good idea to replace the _NONAME_ title entries with the more meaningful title-values from Find VUK and I think it would also make sense to replace the current comment with the Find VUK value in such a case.Another thing I noticed is that there are 37 entries in the main keydb file that exist at least 2 times with different VUK's ?Power DVD 12.0.3519.58 cannot play "BRICK MANSIONS" blu-ray. When I click on OK it immediately shows another dialog box that the update was done.

I guess you don't know which VUK is the correct one - but wouldn't it make sense to remove those 37 at all?

I created a duplicate entry in the for one of my blurays where I damaged the VUK of the first entry - libaacs isn't using the 2nd entry (with the correct VUK) at all..

It took ~20 seconds, then the new AACS version was downloaded/installed and no infinite update loop anymore!

AACS (Advanced Access Content System) is applied to protect Blu-ray contents.

The title of the messagebox is AACS Updater: AACS - Ordinal Not Found.

When I run the program immediately after installation, when the installer SW?

| V | 0x32D902EF69FE69B9D868C64547776DA2 ; MKBv44/Find VUK 0.84 0x0E6D10549251FBBEF3E22835986D9A1BE090EE59 = Fright_Night_(1985) (Fright Night (1985) | V | 0x0026E20D58D070D3C270EBB3E2796B14 ; MKBv47/Find VUK 0.84 Has anyone else got an error message from AACSupdater? so I think it doesn't make sense to keep those discids with multiple VUKs in the database.\d[/\-]\d[/\-]\d) I'm now working on a process to subtitute the _NONAME_ when title is known (not changing that the very first uploaded title always wins)...

When I run it there is an messagebox saying "The ordinal 3906 could not be located in the dynamic link library LIBEAY32

No other updates came during the 2nd and 3rd uploads so no one could of beat me to the discs.

The central database has not updated yet since I added all mine so I can't even check if I can spot any missing ones.

They must of just all showed up after my first test with the discs during the update in the middle of my marathon of key getting and before I finished with Find VUK Just noticed that AACS update cannot detect title-entry lines in the keydb file that include a date-entry field. So there are new updates, but perhaps this bug has prevented people getting them or uploading them. @shadowofdarkness: because of your fear that eventually not all local keys are correctly uploaded to the central key database I've created a small tool to compare a private keyfile with the main keyfile: Simply copy all your private keyfiles in one file and next drag it onto the and it will compare your local file with the main keyfile and tell you if all your keys are included or not (and also if they are included, but with a different title) @Starbuck2010: With my small comparison tool I noticed the same that candela already posted: although there are 'nice' title values in the local database they aren't used for the central database - so there are a lot of entries where my comparison tool tells me something like this: I'm with candela that it would be a good idea to replace the _NONAME_ title entries with the more meaningful title-values from Find VUK and I think it would also make sense to replace the current comment with the Find VUK value in such a case.

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