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Thread: First blue ray disc sucessfully decrypted

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    lightshow's Avatar Asleep at the wheel
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    muslix64, nickname of the person who broke HD DVD claims to have successfully decrypt a Blu-ray title, as well as playback the decrypted title, using his existing plaintext attack. Based on this post, the title that was successfully ripped is "Lord of war" and the ripped title plays back fine with VideoLan.

    Interestingly, muslix64 didn't even use any Blu-ray player to perform this, but instead relied on a few files provided to him that were sourced from a Blu-ray disc along with a memory dump, which was likely taken from what ever software was used to play the title.

    However, as muslix64 mentions that he did not need to get around BD+ for this, it appears that the title was not protected with Blu-ray's additional BD+ protection. So while Blu-ray titles lacking the extra BD+ protection appear like they can be ripped using the muslix64's attack, it is a fairly sign that BD+ protection will start being used in future Blu-ray titles to try and counter this attack. But for now, it is clearly bad news for AACS, since this protection itself seems to have been beaten on both formats now.

    Further info can be read in this doom9 thread, which our Reviewer and Senior Moderator H3rB3i (of the cdfreaks website) came across.
    Source: http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/HD-DVD-...ay-title_.html
    Homepage: www.cdfreaks.com
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    I didn't know if this guy was actually a guy who wanted to playback movies on a non compliant monitor, or someone that has a business agenda, but this makes me feel like he's just a guy who wants to watch a movie on a non compliant monitor.
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    it's so fucking cool!!!
    Now, we can start to shut down the new DVD's mouth

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    nice 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightshow View Post
    Interestingly, muslix64 didn't even use any Blu-ray player to perform this, but instead relied on a few files provided to him that were sourced from a Blu-ray disc along with a memory dump, which was likely taken from what ever software was used to play the title.

    However, as muslix64 mentions that he did not need to get around BD+ for this, it appears that the title was not protected with Blu-ray's additional BD+ protection. So while Blu-ray titles lacking the extra BD+ protection appear like they can be ripped using the muslix64's attack, it is a fairly sign that BD+ protection will start being used in future Blu-ray titles to try and counter this attack. But for now, it is clearly bad news for AACS, since this protection itself seems to have been beaten on both formats now.
    There goes the mighty Blu-ray encryption.

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