Hi all. (Page 2 asks an additional important OPD question, Can a Developer or the 'new' CEO please answer it?) It seems someone caused the main thread where I posted my question to the Admins regarding this, ... https://forum.redfox.bz/threads/online-decrypt-database-problem.50823/page-2#post-433236 ... to be LOCKED by moderator Ch3vr0n, because of their redundant posts in that thread that he understandably didn't like, ... So I'd like to re-start my own post to the admin I had originally made the request to, (Peer) if I may be allowed. I'm mainly asking Peer, or other admins...or members, for their personal full vidcache.bin file, if this is allowed to do. Hey...I'm desperate to restore my backups, and I don't know when this issue about OLD database access for the lifetime-license users will be solved, or settled... or if it will be at all..! --- here's my original post... Hello, I've got a big problem now... I'm a lifetime-license user. I can give you my actual eMail address I registered AnyDVD HD with (in a PM) The one used on this site is different because you said (in another post) you blacklisted 11 ISP's... and mine is one of them.. Ha Ha..! So I wouldn't be able to see eMails from here if I didn't use another one for this forum. My hard drive crashed with no backup of my c:\programdata\slysoft\anydvd\vidcache.bin file. Yes...no image of my OS's C-drive, ...or file save... I didn't know how the program worked, and where the keys get stored, anyway, ...but no image either...!! I don't mean just the recent vidcache.bin is lost, but the entire file since I started using the program, so I may soon have nothing because from what I've read... the database won't be accessible soon, for the lifetime-license users to access, so I couldn't redo all my HD disks, on-time. Not that I have thousands, but even doing 150 will take awhile, and not finish-able before the April 30th 2016 cut-off date for access to the old database. ( I have other things to do in my day as well... ) Is it possible I can get a copy of someone's vidcache.bin file that's rather complete ... Or, to be allowed access to the old database (for lifetime, as intended) and then start the new license for access to the new database? I'd think access to the old database for the lifetime license users, with new database access needing a new license is really fairer to your customers. After all... How do you expect us to not think this could wind-up happening again later on, and no-one decides to come back and pick-up the pieces next time? It's good public-relations, and customer confidence with you, if you can do this. I'd ultimately like to have you make some way to have the most complete vidcache.bin file with all past entries put into it up until April 30th 2016, so that at least the lifetime license buyers with AnyDVD HD keys will be able to redo their own backups of owned HD DVD's in an emergency...like mine now... ----- Peer said: ↑ No, not correct. AACS decryption is never done locally. The OPD speeds up DVDs and BD+ blu-rays only. Won't change a thing. Nonsense. Please don't sell guesswork as knowlege (you've done that in several threads around here, this is not an isolated incident). If you think something is the case, please state so clearly and don't say it is a fact. If people start believing you, the nonsense starts spreading as common "knowlege". No, both won't do the trick either. The only way I can think of, is to run AnyDVD on a PC with internet connection, then insert the disc there. After that you can copy the file "c:\programdata\slysoft\anydvd\vidcache.bin" over to the other PC. Note that the version of AnyDVD should be the same on both machines. Using the latest version of AnyDVD (including betas) will very rarely require this procedure.