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HD-DVD Content Protection already hacked? muslix64 believes so!

Posted on Friday, December 29 2006 @ 09:10:51 CET by

Eight days. That's how long it took to crack the *cough* unbreakable *cough* HD DVD AACS protection.

Some companies and consumers have said in various places around the Net that most HD-DVD’s will not come with content protection until around 2010 or so. While that seems the case as of right now, at any tick of the clock Hollywood could start implement content protection into their media. In any case, and as far as we can tell from software companies like CyberLink, if you don’t have HDCP support (graphics card + driver + monitor and so on), the ICT rule states that the player must stop playback after just a few seconds. And it does, we tested using a Windows XP system fully HDCP compliant using an Xbox 360 HD-DVD USB drive with The Bourne Supremacy which lacks content protection at this point and the newest version of PowerDVD Ultra indeed stops playback after a few seconds..

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