Talk:Wii Security

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I am trying to get the public root key in decimal format (what more fun then drooling at the sight of a 256(?) digit number, right?) but I am having trouble finding anything that will convert a long enough string. if someone could post it in decimal format or give me a link to somthing that can convert a 516 byte sting. (posting it here would be very much prefered)

Toagac 19:10, 20 September 2009 (UTC)

I found FE100 very useful for extracting gamesave files. From here you should be able to find the common AES keys.

--Mleonard 15:42, 28 September 2009 (UTC)

I am not trying to get an AES key, but rather the (public) Root RSA key. Here's what the key does just to help avoid confusion. By the way, the key needs to be a number, not a confusing binary file. (from hackmii) The -->Root key<-- is the “grand master key”, which signs the CA key.

The CA key signs both the XS and CP keys

The XS key signs tickets, which contain the title keys for individual titles.

The CP key is used to sign the TMD associated with every title. (I assume this is what is used to verify where content is from Nintendo)

I am fairly sure that the Root key is 2048 bits, judging by the length of the Hackmii key file that i could not derive a key from.

--Toagac 21:40, 26 October 2009 (UTC)