Originally Posted by insanenyc
Source code can be found here I couldn't find a wm source code
Hi i have been working on reverse engineering the LocationFree Protocol for quite some time now and i can assure you that the software is not opensource.
They opensourced an excerpt of the LiveDotCom Libraries that they use for their stream transport and even those files are incomplete. That is just to be compliant with the GPL.
The whole proprietary part remains closed source.
However i have been making some progess and have already got a proof-of-concept python implementation that can connect to a LF-B1EU Box and receive a few seconds of the stream.
This stream is encrypted. Thanks to this guy "http_//code_google_com/p/lftv" (sorry i am not allowed to post links in this forum) i even got a hint on how to decrypt it.
Currently i can decrypt the video frames but the whole thing is just a bunch of scripts and loosely coupled code that is far from anything one could call an application.
However i am still working on it and having quite some progress. So i would be interested in who would still like such an app and what boxes do you use?