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    ps3 How To Defat Blu-Ray/HD DVD Protection: Use Print Screen!

    German CT magazine found a huge whole in the copyright protection of Blu-ray and HD DVD movies.

    Blu-ray and HD DVD are supposed to be highly secure. There is AACS and HDCP, which when enforced make it impossible to copy movie data from a disc.

    The premier German computer magazine found now out that you can make copy each frame of a movie by just pushing print screen on a computer. They tested this with the Blu-ray Sony Vaio VGC-RC 204 and the HD DVD Toshiba Qosmio G30 notebook.

    http://www.i4u.com/article6019.html

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    lol, sometimes the simplist things work the best!

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    yes they do

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    Simply amazing..

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    But can they have a complete BD-rom or HD-DVD (all menus and special features?)

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    I give it a week before there is an app which will copy the whole thing

    dear dear

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    hmmm an app would much more useful then what .... printing (30?) pages per second
    an hour and a half is 162,000 pages.... quite a damn big flip book.... then you cant copy sound now can you so you have to record it on an audio device... make a huge flip book and time it out perfectly


    and they said blu ray and hd were secure :rollseyes:

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