It is so ironic that while we consistently break protections, hunt down protections to beat them & basically keep saying: “When are they (record companies) gonna learn?”…we get a CdFreak tip on how to copy protect our own audio Cdr’s. Seems as if it works well. Keep in mind I have no knowledge of “code” so I am not an authority - but as I posed as Mr. Average Joe Consumer, I attempted to copy a 17:45 min cd with a toc at 103:1:1 - forget it - the cdrom (plex 40x scsi) will not read the disk. It plays fine in a audio cd player leaving just the total time & last track time incorrect. As well - I took the exact same 17:45 min cd & chose a toc of 19 minutes. Track 1 ripped fine in AG. But it crashed AG on the last track. It froze CloneCd at the end of the burn - BUT * the copy played fine - go figure - also, it needs an english help as I have no idea what dissector is - perhaps someone would be kind enough to post an english version of the Help contents…all in all I am positive the next CdFreaker is going to laugh at me & exclaim how it was immensly easy to break the protection.