Also DVD-Ranger claims breakthrough on Cinavia removal – clear voices

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The developers of DVD-Ranger, also resident commenters on Myce.com, posted a blog yesterday stating they will soon release a new version of Cinex, their software designed to defeat the Blu-ray copy protection Cinavia.

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            Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.

The website hasn’t earned any reputation for honesty at this point, but there’s always hope. Surely, one day-!

[QUOTE=ChristineBCW;2710440]The website hasn’t earned any reputation for honesty at this point, but there’s always hope. Surely, one day-![/QUOTE]

True. Hope dies last.
Just a sidenote: This breakthrough came shortly after Cienoways’ result achieved with the help of MV and published in this Forum. Coincidence? :confused:

[QUOTE=Ulenspiegel;2710483]
Just a sidenote: This breakthrough came shortly after Cienoways’ result achieved with the help of MV and published in this Forum. Coincidence? :confused:[/QUOTE]

I might as well have written the post above. My thought exactly.

To clarify:

No DVDRanger did not get any help from me, other than the stuffs that I publicly discussed. Also I have no idea what he was talking about when he said "the key is inside the sream" and that Verance made a flaw in the design of Cinavia. The design of Cinavia is actually pretty smart. But the science behind audio watermark is fundamentally weak to start with. And I have already defeated that weakness.