Microsoft promises a fix for Windows 10 zip file woes. Microsoft can't hear you over the clanging cash register. Healthy or ill person? Embedded vids in Office docs can hide embedded nasties, infosec bods warn. AACS has already been compromised in at least two widely known ways, after DRM hackers posted on the Doom9 forums methods to retrieve and utilize volume , and later, processing keys to copy every Blu-ray and HD DVD movie released so far.
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Forum participants continue to debate the implications of arnezami's handiwork.
Hacker cracks HD copy protection
What's known for sure is that his hack unlocks the encryption used to protect content on every Blu-ray and HD DVD disc released to date. Making a memdump with the WinHex file editor, he was about to find the key fairly easily.
While his player loaded the Kong disc, he closely looked for changes being made to a certain part of his computer memory. A lone sfotware has unlocked the master key preventing the copying of high-definition DVDs in a development that is sure to get the entertainment industry's knickers wrapped tighter than a magnet's coil.
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A hacker going by the name arnezami on the Doom9 discussion boards, has been hard at work for at least the past eight days, when he first claimed to have discovered how to read the volume ID of the movie King Kong.
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AACS cracked again: WinDVD key found
The Register - Independent news and views for the tech community. Coming on the heels of the cracks already widely available, this doesn't really affect the current state of easily copied high def movies, but could make disabling the vulnerable player from playing future releases, finding the clkner and preventing it from being hacked again, that much more difficult. Microsoft can't hear you over the clanging cash register. If you're feeling left out of ourpassenger hack, then you may be one of anothervictims This two-year-old X.
Several participants have downplayed the significance of the discovery, reasoning that it could be undermined in the future if the keys are changed or revoked.
But aoftware and others argue it will not be possible for copyright holders to squeeze the toothpaste back into the tube. Broke brats glued to the web while silk-stocking scions have better things to do. Combining the two allowed him to unlock the copy protection.
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Part of Situation Publishing. Over the coming days, he documented his progress, with the Eureka moment occurring on Sundaywhen he was able to confirm the validity of his method for identifying the processing key. Let's get millions of folks to decide for AI We asked people to name a backdoored router. AACS has already been compromised in at least two widely known ways, after Fvd hackers posted on the Doom9 forums methods to retrieve and utilize volumeand later, processing keys to copy every Blu-ray and HD DVD frack released softsare far.
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This week's hack is only the latest sign that the plan to prevent the copying of digital content is less straightforward than Hollywood hoped. Over the past two months, a hacker on the same discussion board who goes by the nick muslix64 disclosed other ways to circumvent copy protections in Blu-ray and HD DVD. Microsoft can't hear you over the clanging cash register Break out the jelly and ice cream!