Conditional Access System

CryptoGuard’s CAS is one of the most flexible and secure Pay-TV content protection solutions in the market today offering low entry cost and an attractive pay-as-you-grow business model. The system is ideal for securing any size of network and can scale from few hundreds to millions of subscribers.

CryptoGuard CAS has been audited by Farncombe (Cartesian) and utilizes advanced security for both Card-less and Card-based solutions to avoid device cloning, control word sharing or any other piracy threats. CryptoGuard always uses state-of-the-art EAL5+ certified smartcard chips.

CryptoGuard CAS is feature-rich with open architecture and APIs for integration with third party systems, such as business applications, billing, CRM, EPG, data-mining etc. The future-oriented CAS supports any business model, includes SMS and can be extended with DRM and OTT for anywhere, any screen viewing experience.

CryptoGuard CAS

CAS / Modules

CryptoGuard Module 512 Access Criterias

Access Criteria

Large variety of channel packages for both card based (512) and cardless (1024).

CryptoGuard Module API

API

The CryptoGuard SMS is based on a MySQL database and Linux. The architecture is open and there is a full set of APIs available for integration with third party systems, such as business applications, billing, CRM, data-mining etc.

CryptoGuard Module Economy

Economy

This module is used to export invoice rows from CryptoGuard’s SMS system to your own billing system. A customized solution can be made according to your requirements.

CryptoGuard Module Redundancy

ECM & EMM Redundancy

Additional ECM & EMM servers can be installed working redundant to each other, meaning if scrambler loses contact with main ECM server, it automatically connects to the spare server and vice versa.

CryptoGuard Module End user login

End user login

This module makes it possible for your end user to login and view their own profile, order new subscriptions and PPV as well as viewing their invoice history.

CryptoGuard Module EPG

EPG

EPG The CryptoGuard EPG server is divided in two parts, one server that is installed with the CAS and SMS and one central database that collects and distributes the EPG information to EPG customers.

CryptoGuard Module Fingerprinting

Fingerprinting

ECM - Card number and/or IRD number can be displayed on the screen, on chosen services, to be able to track recorded copyrighted material. EMM - Card number and/or IRD number can be displayed on the screen, on chosen card numbers, to be able to track recorded copyrighted material.

CryptoGuard Module Force Tuning

Force Tuning

With this module it is possible to force the STB to tune to a specific service at a specific time.

CryptoGuard Module OTA

OTA

This module makes it possible to upgrade the software of your STB’s and CA modules Over-The-Air.

CryptoGuard Module Messaging

Messaging

With this module you are able to send long messages, up to 2048 characters, to a STB. It is possible to schedule when they are sent, choose to which service, force their appearance and set the duration of the message.

CryptoGuard Module PSI SI Inserter

PSI/SI Inserter

PSI / SI inserter describes to the recipients how the network is constituted. CryptoGuard CAS can hereby configure channel lists, frequency tables and the program guide. Data is generated to recipients as NIT, SDT, SDT other, TDT, TOT and EIT tables.

CryptoGuard Module Reseller-module

Reseller

A custom designed page for resellers to add new customers, cards and subscriptions and also for printing signable customer contracts.

CryptoGuard Module Reports

Report

This module makes it possible to view current and historical statistics of activations, subscriptions, customers, channels and other parts of the system. It is also simple to ad custom made reports.

SMS

Subscriber Management System

CryptoGuard Module Subserver

Subserver

When your network extends over a larger geographic area with different frequency tables or if you have several head ends, it can be necessary to separate components from the main server. An example is an additional PSI/SI server.