DRM protection on HD DVD and Blu-ray discs

    Probably, many have already heard about breaking the processing key code to read HD DVD and Blu-ray discs.
    DRM protection, licensed by AACS LA, has the main drawback that craftsmen used. The resulting code is suitable for all discs with high-definition video, released until recently. The code has been posted on many sites and forums. Some enthusiasts included the code in the name of the sites.

    AACS is still struggling with the spread of code on the Internet, announcing this number as its property. But, despite this, in the saga "AACS against the whole world" at the moment the Internet community is winning by a large margin. The 128-bit code is printed on T-shirts, depicted on avatars, included in the lyrics and poems. One of the interesting facts is that the film "The Matrix" was used for hacking.


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