SlySoft cracks latest BD+ protection
SlySoft today sent out a press release to select media informing the world it has successfully broken the latest Blu-ray Disc BD+ plus DRM protection.
Hollywood thought they had SlySoft beaten with its latest Blu-ray Disc BD+ plus DRM protection, but must be dismayed to now learn AnyDVD HD 188.8.131.52 — originally expected to be released in February — gives users the ability to decrypt copy protection on all Blu-ray movies currently available.
BD+ was created as an additional layer of copy protection on Blu-ray discs for an estimated 10 years, but the SlySoft crew managed to crack its technology in just eight months.
On Jan. 1, SlySoft will modify its update policy — no more free lifetime updates, as the company will begin to offer an annual subscription fee.
There has been an interesting competition between Hollywood and SlySoft, as both parties appear to be very dedicated towards seeing their respective sides win. SlySoft is a software company that distributes its software online only, with a library including AnyDVD, CloneDVD, and Game Jackal Pro.
21 Comments on SlySoft cracks latest BD+ protection
- Master Zaric Noztcon
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- Posted on: 30 Dec 08 01:14
Outstanding job guys...........Thank you!http://www.cdfreaks.com/jochem/../im.../4/bowdown.gif
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- Posted on: 30 Dec 08 01:15
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- Posted on: 30 Dec 08 01:45
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- Posted on: 30 Dec 08 02:47
DVDFab is way better.
But to pursue in your tone, I'd say that none are good, since neither of them is written for a REAL OS.. ;-)
Cool down, while DVDFab is really good, the guys at SlySoft have been pushing the envelope for a very long time now, and they deserve all the respect - and the money - they get.
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- Posted on: 30 Dec 08 03:50
If I do rip a movie to my HDD array- then I damn sure will be using Clone DVD- it rocks!!!
Thanks SLYSOFT!!! http://www.cdfreaks.com/jochem/../im...ies/2/cool.gif
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- Posted on: 30 Dec 08 04:03
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- Posted on: 30 Dec 08 04:23
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- Posted on: 30 Dec 08 04:31
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- Posted on: 30 Dec 08 04:43
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- Posted on: 30 Dec 08 04:51
I currently have it on the HTPC, in the living room. My family loves being able to watch movies that I picked up in Europe, without having to rip them to the HD first.
Huge props to SlySoft for their latest crack!
- Posts: 174
- Posted on: 30 Dec 08 10:00
To show my support, I am re-subscribing with SlySoft in the new year ...
I will keep my subscription until the studios supply me with a BluRay disc that contains the follow items:
- Original movie in full 1080p
- An Archival version of the movie (720p MKV)
- A portable version of the movie (240p MP4)
- A DivX compatible version for my old DVD player (480p AVI)
I will cancel my SlySoft subscription the day a title is released with the above (and there is some guarentee that all studios will comply)!
Happy AnyDVD-HD user.
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- Posted on: 31 Dec 08 08:50
here or herehttp://www.cdfreaks.com/jochem/../im...es/2/smile.gif
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