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HDCP master key hacked?

Posted on Tuesday, September 14 2010 @ 17:46:49 CEST by


Neowin reports the HDCP master key has been supposedly leaked via Twitter:
One of the things making today’s Twitter headlines was the supposed release of the HDCP 'master key' – a key that allows the hacking of any HDCP-protected content for any HDCP-protected device. Currently, there’s not a lot of information about this discovery, not even who discovered it or how it was discovered. Engadget first reported the news, citing both a Twitter post by the user IntelGlobalPR:

Master HDCP key released: http://bit.ly/aM84GD (please mirror and RT!) #drm #hdcp #defectivebydesign

The site describes the key as "a forty times forty element matrix of fifty-six bit hexadecimal numbers", not that that’ll mean a lot to most of us.




 



 

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