Is Apple TV infested with Cinavia protection?

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#1

Anybody found it yet in the Apple TV?


#2

You probably won’t find streaming boxes using Cinavia. It’s (so far) mostly (only?) on BluRay players.


#3

I’ve been following the Cinavia saga for a while now, and have not heard of any streaming media players that are infected with it. There is a list of infected machines and disks over at the Slysoft forums:

http://forum.slysoft.com/showthread.php?t=41885


#4

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2618447]I’ve been following the Cinavia saga for a while now, and have not heard of any streaming media players that are infected with it. There is a list of infected machines and disks over at the Slysoft forums:

http://forum.slysoft.com/showthread.php?t=41885[/QUOTE]

That’s because Cinavia is part of the AACS specifications.

Whilst there’s a compulsory requirement for hardware devices that can play Blu-rays to support AACS (and soon Cinavia) there’s no such requirement for streaming media players.

Any hardware that doesn’t implement AACS won’t contain Cinavia.

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