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Data encryption of commercial and scientific satellites [duplicate]

The world's first artificial satellite was launched by the Soviet Union in 1957. Since then many more satellites have been launched. Many of them still in orbit around the earth. Some still functional ...
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Encryption of instructions to and from satellites in space [duplicate]

The mars rover, like most other things man has directed into outer space, receives, faithfully executes, and responds to instructions sent to it from its controllers on Earth. Presumably (and ...
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Is it possible to decrypt a satellite TV signal without using a smart card?

And if it is possible, why has it been decided to keep using a smart card for this task? I will be grateful if you can provide some practical examples on how to bypass the use of a smart card (if ...
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What would one need to do in order to hijack a satellite?

I realise this borders on sci-fi, but there's been some interesting demonstrations regarding security of various satellites. What would be required to hack a satellite (in general terms, any hack ...