Everything you wanted to know about CPRM

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I just posted the article Everything you wanted to know about CPRM.

There is many media attention lately about a new copy protection build in recordable media, like harddisks. The Register has an article about wich explains it very well, so if you’re intrested in how…

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#2

I really dont dont give 2 fucks about this shit…


#3

If this will stop crackers & copyers from doing what they supposed to do, than I’m Bill Gates!


#4

What a bullshit!
Whats next? Content scambling on our wallets so we can only buy legal software. First let’s see if they can pull it off. I think there will be a lot of resistance from various sources.


#5

it won’t work, and I can give reasons why, rather than just invectives:

a. No-one would buy such a HDD.
b. You would have to be constantly in touch with the server to check every binary that you run? Lots of bandwidth!
c. A crack would be out in no-time!

all in all this is another small scheme, just like safedisk, that will con producers of s/ware into parting with their hard earned cash.

they need to realise, pirates aren’t against them, they just don’t want to pay over the odds for badly produced s/ware straight into the coffers of multi billionaires.

hah, hah, hah, keep laughing!


#6

also,

d. they assume that we are not bright enough to copy the keys also…

e. we are smarter than them, for the simple reason that when the catch a cracker they attempt to lock him up instead of doing what they would do if they were sensible, ask him how he did it and make friends. however - no you are not allowed to tell them!


#7

And if this little stunt really gets official, there always will be a way to bypass such things!


#8

Have all of you guys forgot SCSI. This will make us buy real harddrives instead of their cheaper ATA standard sisters.

LONG LIVE SCSI

Best Regards
Zyron (former Electro Dude)


#9

Can you imagine how much money you can sue for this. If one day you cant get the key and all your worth hard written project gets lost at a click of a button. Then you don’t have to worry bout being poor again.
COOL what a great idea to do when it comes out.
olol