The decryption key for the emulator file (.xex) (if its even encrypted) will have to be stored within the Xbox360 which is a far more feasible place to start looking than attempting to brute force guess it.

However I doubt having the having the decryption key will be of much help as I would bet money that Microsoft have digitally signed the emulator executables similar to the first Xbox so that if they are modified it will refuse to accept them.


PS: I can't remember the length of key they used for the first Xbox but I think I remeber reading somewhere it would take the age of the known universe with the world combined computing power to break it.

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