- Feb 14, 2008
Suppose you borrow someone's encrypted XPR 7550 or 6550 and hook it up to the programming software. It there a way to make it show you what the encryption key is?
He isn't asking folks to help him break the law, as merely having possession of the "keys" isn't illegal, or reading his radio is not. I won't accuse him of reading a radio that isn't his, we don't know why he wants to do this. I will agree this isn't the proper forum to discuss sensitive information such as this, but it is interesting to see what workarounds there may be, so we can get a new FW release from Motorola with a way to prevent it, as has been done before.....You're basically asking people to help you break the law. If the system is encrypted and you find a way to hack it, and "they" find out you hacked it, you could be in serious trouble. This thread is going in the same direction as your other thread about scanning a Phase II system with an APX radio. It cannot be done!!
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Of course it's stored in the radio, otherwise it wouldn't work.Is there any kind of a back-door way to hack into the radio and get the key? It's gotta be saved on a microchip somewhere in the radio.