Originally posted by vio_man
But that method can be blacklisted anytime.
Maybe, but it hasn't happened yet so perhaps blacklisting it isn't as simple as some would have you believe. Alternatively, it may be that sony isn't all that concerned about twinpeak copies since only rarely is it possible to copy the copy successfully (unless, of couse, you retained the original bwa file).
Remember that in blacklisting that (or any other method) they have to make sure that originals will still run or they'll have a repeat of the Neverwinter Nights 1.21 fiasco which cost them Bioware as a customer.
Consider too that there is no reason to suppose that RMPS (and blindwrite's autoplay) emulation won't be blacklisted by future versions of securom. In fact, given that both alcohol's and daemon tools' virtual drives are blacklisted by each new version of securom, it's practically certain that RMPS emulation will be targeted (and probably sooner rather than later).
[Back on topic: next version of alcohol is near to release and, as other beta testers/translators have indicated above, will have a significant new feature in addition to the expected updates to overcome blacklisting of its virtual drive by the latest securom releases. However, that new feature does not relate in any way to securom.]