General How would I go about decrypting a Netflix Video File That I downloaded Onto my Ipad?

iamangeln

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I was just introduced to "Universal Video Download"
And I was shocked when I found out you can download NETFLIX videos and watch them offline! Now, since the key file was downloaded as well (saw it on ifile) could I use this to decrypt the tv show file in any way? On a windows computer maybe?
As I figured I wasn't able to airplay the tv show either.


Here's a pic of the file directory of where the video file was stored.
 
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iamangeln

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Doing so would be piracy and discussion of piracy is not allowed on MacRumors.
Okay, my bad, let me remove this then

[edit] well, my purposes were to organize it on my videos app, I won't be distributing It or anything.
 

uisim151

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Okay, my bad, let me remove this then

[edit] well, my purposes were to organize it on my videos app, I won't be distributing It or anything.
I too would like to know. People shouldn't count that as piracy if its just for you, your paying for the service. I want to do that to watch some favorite things when only basic internet available, if its even available, aka mountain roads in the middle of nowhere.
 

iamangeln

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I too would like to know. People shouldn't count that as piracy if its just for you, your paying for the service. I want to do that to watch some favorite things when only basic internet available, if its even available, aka mountain roads in the middle of nowhere.
I have been searching, and only came across one poster on the modmy forums, but I pmed him but he hansnt got back to me! I have googled for a long time. And still can't figure it out.
 

iamangeln

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yea all i found was real time recording and thats useless
ive been searching around, and by best guess would be to rename the .ts.prdy file to just .ts and use openssl to decrypt it? i have never used openssl, but from reading around. that looks to be our best shot
 

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