BD+ Cracked Again

Posted by Mehar Gill on December 30, 2008 
Filed Under: AACS, Authoring, Blu-ray, Format War, Hardware, Replication, Software

The much hated Slysoft have announced the latest revision of BD+ has been cracked! Dubbed the AnyDVD HD update version, was previously estimated to take a few months to develop by Slysoft when word of the recently uncrackable BD+ update was released. Slysoft instead cracked the newest update in a matter of weeks.

Those interested in updating their copy of AnyDVD HD can get the update from Slysoft via the usual means.

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3 Responses to “BD+ Cracked Again”

  1. Dave Cowl on December 30th, 2008 2:56 pm

    In fairly typical Slysoft fashion, this update hasn’t really unlocked all BD+ titles.

    It is clear that this will be a cat and mouse game for some time to come

  2. Ryan on December 30th, 2008 7:55 pm

    The people on the outside, once again are smarter than the people on the inside – or at least more motivated. Digital Rights is a joke and any form of security on the discs WILL be broken, sooner than later.

    Every time I read a post like this, I think of Malcolm’s realizations from JP.

    Anyone remember when these new BD/HD schemes were ‘unbreakable’ when the war first began brewing? LMAO.

  3. tom vinelli on December 31st, 2008 7:46 am

    this means more bd’s titles that won’t play in certain players.
    more firmware.
    as many have said all along,they will never stop these guys.
    the studio’s should just get rid of bd+ anyways,it never worked and causes slow load times.

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