|Blu-ray Copy Protection Useless As Copying Software Continually Updates|
|Home Theater News Blu-ray Software News|
|Written by AVRev.com|
|Thursday, 19 June 2008|
Shortly after the release of the Blu-ray format, disc copying software was able to break the encryption key and allow for a perfect Blu-ray disc copy. As with DVD, it looks like SlySoft's AnyDVD HD software is geting routinely updated to ensure the ability of ripping and copying the latest of Blu-ray releases.
Only days after the release of new films, such as Jumper, has Slysoft released an update breaking the new BD+ encryption used on the disc. While updates are usually reserved for bug fixes in a software program, Slysoft seems to have a team just sitting and breaking the code of every new disc.
Copy protection of copyrighted material, whetehr it being home video or audio, has always been a mess. The industry tries to suppress and the public just finds the hole. Can't we all just play nice?