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06-05-2006, 08:22 PM
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A friend asked me to rip the audio only from a DVD live ragga concert
which he camcorded and converted to DVD. I used "DVD Audio Extractor"
and "Audacity" to do the job. DAE reads the DVD and shows the chapters
which you can play in order to decide whether it should be ripped.
This utility will save audio to wav, ogg, and mp3. Once saved I read the
wav file (in my case) and convert the format from 48khz to 44.1 khz,
and strip out the music portion to save. All was working well until
for some unknown reason my DVD drive wouldn't read this particular
DVD anymore. It sees other DVD's, but not this one. I checked for
rootkits and found none. I examined the disc surface and it's perfect.
I rebooted several times and each time the DVD drive reports empty.
The first time I only saved 8 out of the 19 songs on the disc.
When I went back to get songs 9 thru 19 the DVD drive says empty.
Anyone have any idea what's happening.

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06-06-2006, 07:05 AM
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I would bet for a rootkit even if you already checked.

What did you use ? sysinternal's tool ?
Did you try hijackthis ?
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06-06-2006, 02:24 PM
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@Dialhot,

Dialhot wrote:
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I would bet for a rootkit even if you already checked.

What did you use ? sysinternal's tool ?
Did you try hijackthis ?
This was recorded using a camcorder, then transfered to PC, converted
to mpeg-2 and authored as a DVD. I hardly believe he would have
placed a rootkit knowingly on this DVD. I used the following:

1) Black Light F-Secure Beta

2) Windows-KB890830-V1.16.exe

3) Rootkit Revealer

RootKit Revealer showed some unknown hooks on the windows kernel
that I'm still checking out. When I get a chance, I'll take some screen
shots and display them. Meanwhile, I'm also checking on the UDF format
compliancy, but this doesn't seem like the problem since I could read
the DVD the first time and after that my drive shows this particular DVD
is not there.

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06-06-2006, 02:31 PM
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Quote:
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This was recorded using a camcorder, then transfered to PC, converted
to mpeg-2 and authored as a DVD. I hardly believe he would have
placed a rootkit knowingly on this DVD.
Yes. Sorry. I didn't catch it was a homemade
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06-06-2006, 04:01 PM
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@Dialhot,

Rootkit Revealer (aka sysinternals) reported only one discrepency

"HKLM\System|ControlSet001\Services\SPTD\Cfg size 0 access denied"

This is a real mistery to me I'm asking questions from my friend
what exactly was done to create this DVD.

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06-07-2006, 03:52 AM
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SPTD = Scsi Pass Through Direct.
It's a virtual drive daemon used by DaemonTool (but maybe others).

http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/showthread.php?t=7687
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