- Apr 7, 2009
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I have updated my post about this add-on (that has been removed).
It now tells you how you can check the MD5 checksum of the add-on.
Therefore making sure your getting the original non-modified version.
This should help safe-guard against someone adding nasty stuff to it (steal info, crpyto mine etc) and then re-distributing it.
That link wants to install an apk file when downloading to the phone... Eset on my phone warned me immediately that the file is dangerous. That site is not safe. Use another service to upload your stuff... Unless you are wanting people to be infected by malware.
they scared that someone will crack dstv now and wont need to put login details to watch dstv ,as it happen before with plex as that guy cracked all the supersport channels and put all the channels for free on plex to watch , he said it was very simple to do.ps:
The add-on will not store your password. It is sent securely via https directly to the DStv servers. The server returns a token that can be used to login in the future. This token and your username is stored in the add-ons userdata folder. This is the same method that their Android app uses.
I CAN SEE NO PROBLEM HERE!