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Slysoft re-cracks BD+

That was mighty quick
Mon Dec 29 2008, 19:19

SLYSOFT HAS DONE IT again with their highly recommended AnyDVD HD product. The new version 6.5.0.2, announced today, breaks the new revision of the unbreakable BD+.

For those of you not following this one-sided fight, Blu-Ray movies do a lot of very unfortunate things, like stripping your fair use rights, preventing backups (no one has kids or pets that maul disks), being incompatible with boatloads of hardware, and transmitting every viewing, every click, and every thing you do back to who-knows-where to be used against you. Really, they do that, why do you think net access is mandatory?

Slysoft was the first to fully crack the old encryption scheme over a year ago.

A few weeks ago however, a new revision of BD+ came out that was not crackable with the current schemes. A fix was estimated at a few months, but never doubt the good folk at Slysoft, they did it in a few weeks.

Order is restored in the universe, and you can watch your legally purchased BDs on your legally purchased equipment, even if the DRM schemes don't like each other. No more black screens with AnyDVD HD. If you are looking to pirate, this is not your product - it is much easier to download pre-cracked files.

In any case, you can read all about the program. I would need to grow more thumbs to give it any higher praise. Go out and buy this if you haven't already. µ

 

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