Read this: HDCP antipiracy leak opens doors for black boxes | InSecurity Complex - CNET News
Summary: An antipiracy code used in set-top boxes, Blu-ray and DVD players has been cracked and published on the Internet, and as a result, we may soon see devices on the market that allow people to make unauthorized copies of movies. These are some of the 376 lines of HDCP master key code posted anonymously to the Internet earlier this week. Intel created HDCP to be used for ensuring that only authorized devices are playing copyright-protected video and audio, and it licenses the technology to hardware manufacturers. - news.cnet.comnews.cnet.comHDCP antipiracy leak opens doors for bla…
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