I felt it necessary to delete the thread of this name. I would be happy to discuss the reasons with any of the participants via private email. I felt it was inappropiate for the kind of information that was being discussed to be available in an open forum.
The information that was being discussed could be used to gain illegal access to Replay's servers, thus compromising the security of the network itself, which would inevitably lead to the network being shutdown while new security measures were put in place, causing ALL users to go without service for that period of time.
I understand that the intent of the discussion was to continue service in the event of Replay going out of business. But, even given the recent announcements, I don't think that's likely to happen anytime soon. In the meantime, by all means carry on the previous conversation via email, but please don't hack into the Replay network itself. It is very likely that unauthorized access would be detected, and that user would most likely have their service terminated.
But, like I said in another thread. If Replay really were to go belly up, there would be loads of highly qualified technicians, with intimate knowledge of the software, out of work, all of whom having Replay units at home with no service! Idle hands, etc! http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/wink.gif
I think that in that situation, the hackers would find themselves getting some very good help.