Tidal and Spotify

Discussion in 'Security Discussion' started by kingston, Mar 5, 2016.

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Which one do you prefer?

  1. TIDAL

    6.3%
  2. Spotify

    93.8%
  3. What's that?

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  1. kingston

    kingston Contributor

    What do you guys think about TIDAL and Spotify security-wise? I'm sure this could be fun.
     
  2. 0x0539

    0x0539 Super Mod

    I wish I could say somethingabout TIDAL but unfortunately I have no idea what it is. :p
     
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  3. kingston

    kingston Contributor

    TIDAL is owned by Jay Z. It is basically like Spotify but offers high quality, lossless streaming. And their accounts are expensive. Having access to it means having millions of tracks handy and they are all genuine CD quality.

    But there is a catch: you can't download them. And this is where the adventure begins :D
     
  4. Bluscream

    Bluscream Contributing Member

    Never heard of TIDAL ever :D
     
  5. skokkk

    skokkk Contributor

    Tidal is the reason we all pirate Kanye West (not like we would pay for his music anyways): https://torrentfreak.com/kanye-wests-the-life-of-pablo-piracy-160216/
     
  6. kingston

    kingston Contributor

    All that noise makes perfect sense. That guy is simply Jay Z's puppet meant to brag and hype - all for the popularity of TIDAL. To me this is a huge social experiment in the series of "steal this album" as Kanye West is basically begging for piracy :D And all those people help to spread the word about TIDAL at the same time. Of course it has been on the news a lot, too. So now hundreds of thousands of people are "wtf is TIDAL gotta try it", etc. Well done.
     
  7. Marcel Menk

    Marcel Menk New Member

    I've never heared of TIDAL either. I might have to try it before i can give any feedback according to it. In terms of spotify: Im not really a fan of it. Im sure that you can find a lot of bugs if you just keep on searching them. So far I've only ran across 1 (Which is already fixed) but im sure there are more.
     
  8. skokkk

    skokkk Contributor

    >r4p3 members be like:
     
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  9. kingston

    kingston Contributor

    These services are great if you want to meet new artists, taste different music styles, etc. It is fun to experiment there. Spotify was quite exploited before but never heard of TIDAL hacks which makes me wonder a lot.
     
  10. Marcel Menk

    Marcel Menk New Member

    That might be caused of the fact that noone knows TIDAL so there is no interest in exploiting it. The goal of exploids is usual to grab user data which isnt possible if youve got a platform that only a few guys use.
     
  11. Hydra

    Hydra Member

    Its possible to download songs from tidal. I used it some months ago but its outdated and need some recoding.
    http://i.imgur.com/TrSYmHQ.png
     
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  12. kingston

    kingston Contributor

    You are very wrong about that. Last year TIDAL announced reaching 1 million active customers which doesn't fit into "noone knows" or "a few" anymore.
     
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  13. kingston

    kingston Contributor

    A custom tool? This seems great. Any plans on working on it and releasing?
     
  14. Hydra

    Hydra Member

    Yes. A friend of mine coded it in node.js, released it and it worked pretty good. The complete source code is available in cleartext. Maybe I get it working again else I will find someone else.
     
  15. kingston

    kingston Contributor

    I would be very pleased to take a look if possible?
     
  16. Hydra

    Hydra Member

    Here you go: http://megacloud.ovh/index.php/s/5iJrsaJabWNasIz pass: r4p3
    Simply extract it, run the start.bat and open localhost:1719 in your browser. Its german btw.
     
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  17. dino94

    dino94 Member

    Spotify is mega easy to crack :D
     

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