How to unscramble cable?

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I hate to say this but it is now impossible to unscramble cable as cable is no longer scrambled. The channels or packages are programmed by your provider to be received on specific boxes. The old black boxes do not work with digital cable. In the United States there has not been one way to receive blocked stations since everything switched to digital and were programmed to the specific box a customer was assigned. The stuff you see on the net about descramblers usually have a last update from around 2007 to show you how impossible it is.
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