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New copy protection appears on Red 2 Blu-ray

Posted at 29 November 2013 17:00 CEST by Jan Willem Aldershoff

A new Blu-ray copy protection has been found on the disc of the movie Red 2. The protection is already countered by DVDFab, they released an update yesterday which mentions, “added support for new Java protection as found on Red 2″.

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Blu-ray discs can contain Java content to provide additional features such as internet access, picture in picture and access to the storage of the Blu-ray device.  The DVD version of Red 2 also seems to give users a hard time to make backups.

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There are 8 comments

Wischmop
MyCE Resident
Posted on: 29 Nov 13 17:49
    But I don´t need to copy the java-things if I only wanna watch the movie from a backup?
    Kerry56
    Administrator
    Posted on: 29 Nov 13 18:00
      AnyDVD HD also has a solution for this. They've been aware of this and working on it for a couple of weeks.
      DeadMan
      MyCE Resident
      Posted on: 29 Nov 13 18:27
        That's OK I grabbed the WEB-DL anyhow.
        ivid
        MyCE Resident
        Posted on: 29 Nov 13 18:59
          Give it up already.
          alan1476
          Administrator, Software Editor and Head of Promotions
          Posted on: 29 Nov 13 19:32
            it backed up fine with fab 9.1.1.1 and anydvd new beta 7.3.7.3 both in their respective sub forum right here at myce.com.
            Zod
            MyCE Resident
            Posted on: 30 Nov 13 18:54
              I think most piraters download x264 rips in MKV containers.

              I guess as long as the pirate organizations can rip it, it doesn't matter for everyone else.

              I think 1:1 bluray backup/pirating isn't the most common way to pirate films.
              tmc8080
              MyCE Resident
              Posted on: 02 Dec 13 01:46
                There really isn't much sense in copying a dvd or blu ray.. you could probably DOWNLOAD a ripped copy FASTER than you could rip the disc & recompress the video to the format of your liking-- thus defeating the purpose. I'm sure copying cassettes & audio cd's back in the day was exciting too, but who has the time.. or give a ____ anymore. The content industry lost and the losses will keep mounting.
                Stereodude
                MyCE Resident
                Posted on: 02 Dec 13 02:01
                  Quote:
                  Originally Posted by tmc8080
                  There really isn't much sense in copying a dvd or blu ray.. you could probably DOWNLOAD a ripped copy FASTER than you could rip the disc & recompress the video to the format of your liking-- thus defeating the purpose. I'm sure copying cassettes & audio cd's back in the day was exciting too, but who has the time.. or give a ____ anymore. The content industry lost and the losses will keep mounting.
                  I guess if you're after crappy scene releases downloading might be faster.

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