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March 21st, 2008

Blu-Ray Protection Has Finally Been Cracked

SlySoft has recently announced a new versions of their software called AnyDVD HD version which allows to copy Blu-Ray discs, protected not only by AACS but also by BD+. This technology (BD+) has been created in June 2007 which means it’s been cracked faster than the AACS.

In October of 2007 SlySoft announced they managed to bypass BD+ protecting algorithm. It was partially functional since a user could copy the movie to his PC but not to burn it on his own Blu-Ray disc. Later there was a release of a new software version that managed to copy BD+ protected discs and in March 19 2008 a new version release can copy any Blu-Ray discs. According to SlySoft they also improved copying of 20th Century Fox discs.

SlySoft is registered in Antigua & Barbuda in the Caribbean. Local Legislation in Antigua & Barbuda does not prohibit digital media copyrights bypass.

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