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    Default [Xbox One Modding]XVDTool 0.4 tool.

    Language: C#
    Purpose? Manipulating Xbox One XVD (and XVC) packages.
    "It can print detailed info about package headers, resign, rehash, en/decrypt and verify data integrity of a package, it can also convert (some, but not all) decrypted XVD files to VHD."
    Credits: noob25x

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    Mainly only developers will give a shit about this.

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    So this will make it easier to pirate games?

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    Not necessarily from what I can read unless the game (the install) is stored in an XVC which is signed so you have to have the key to decrypt it. XVDs store things such as system images and other data which may include things such as bootup screen, sounds, dashboard images, theme images in general, possibly update info for the system? (although that's stored in the NAND but there may be the update version in the system data obviously so this could maybe lead to forcing a "new update" by slightly increasing a version number of a modified update). Anyway, this is all from the very limited knowledge I have of all this Xbox One stuff. I'm not too deep into it right now though.

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