DVDFab Decrypter 2.9.0.2 released

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#1

I just posted the article DVDFab Decrypter 2.9.0.2 released.

fengtao used our news submit to tell us that DVDFab Express, a freeware application
that allows users to remove copy-protections from their DVD’s
(like CSS, UOPs, Sony ARccOS, RC,…

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/10446-DVDFab-Decrypter-2_9_0_2-released.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/10446-DVDFab-Decrypter-2_9_0_2-released.html)

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#2

new name easier to understand? I have another theory…


#3

…and in what universe is the new name shorter?


#4

thanks fengtao for providing users with a free product so that we can exercise our legal right to backup our purchases. As you say now that DVD Decrypter has been threatened and the author cannot develop it, we need an alternative that will continue to work even when new copy measures are implemented. I just hope other companies that do not have to fear the DMCA will also provide these tools and show Macrovision and other DRM companies that they can’t win against consumers rights and the Internet. You bully one and several more pop up. :d Thank you again!
[edited by bluray on 17.06.2005 18:17]


#5

The name is shorter because it was DVDFab Express Free Edition and now it’s DVDFab Decrypter. Thanks for the free stuff, guys ! :g;)


#6

How sweet it is.:slight_smile:


#7

“Clever” marketing move. Playing off of the well-known DVD Decrypter name… :o


#8

The commercial names stay DVDFab Express and Gold = DVDFab Platinum for both. DVDFab Decrypter is only the free stuff, for ripping ARccOS DVD. Hope it helps.


#9

Ordinarily, I’d be peeved too about Fengtao ripping off Dvd Decrypter’s name. However, since L_UK had to give up his rights to Macrovision as part of his “settlement”, in this case I couldn’t care less. ;):stuck_out_tongue: