I need some information about :
- the OSJ Code Meaning and standards .
- “Sure/Certain” CD Disk Identification Methods.
I’m trying to understand if is it possible to have a “Sure/Certain” CD Disk Manufacturer Identification Method and if OSJ/ATIP Disk Identification Method can be considered a “certain” method. Namely if the OSJ/ATIP Code read with CDRecord (Or Nero InfoTool) is , for example, “Mitsubishi Chemicals Corporation” can we affirm that the Manufacturer is absolutely and without any doubt “Mitsubishi Chemicals Corporation” ?
Here my questions :
It seems to me that ATIP can be faked. So, is there any “official” documentation about ATIP faked ?
If the ATIP can be faked , how easily can be faked ? This it is, of course, very important from my point of view, in order to define a sort method’s rating (or trustworthiness degree) about OSJ/ATIP Disk Manufacturer Identification Method.
If ATIP can be faked easily or frequently, the rating is low. Otherwise if it very very difficult (but non impossible) to fake the ATIP then the rating is high ( 99%).
For example, some ATIP Information Tool Readers (Smartburn) displays : Manufacturer “Maybe” = Mitsubishi Chemicals Corporation.
If OSJ Disk Manufacurer Identification Method is not a “exact” -“certain” method, I there any other method or tip that can be considered more accurate ?
Or absolutely accurate , unassailable? ( a sort of DNA test that gives the total certainty )
Is there any up to date information about [Subject 2-33] ( from www.cdrfaq.org/ )
May you help me?
I really appreciate your suggestions .
Thanks in advance !