[QUOTE=Kerry56;2773358]^^I’m not sure that’s quite correct Alan. From discussions over at the Redfox forums, AnyDVD HD contains decryption keys for 150,000 Blu-rays. This is AACS encryption, not the CSS found on DVD’s. https://forum.redfox.bz/threads/does-anyone-have-a-full-vidcache-bin-file-i-can-use.69041/#post-433428 Look at James’s reply in post #8.
But any Blu-ray with Screen Pass or BD+ protection needs the OPD. Which will be unavailable at the end of next month.
Most DVD decryption will be easy for the old version of AnyDVD/AnyDVD HD anyway, since the vast majority don’t have anything other than CSS. And those with structural protection will also decrypt, until you hit a new release with something extra added to it.[/QUOTE] Thats true Kerry if you never want to decrypt a new Bluray or DVD, you can still use the old program and use pot luck on newer DVDs. As of 5/31/16 the Slysoft OPD will be taken offline. You will need a new license to access the RedFox Online Protection Database. I see a lot of new protection with each new blockbuster release, if you are happy with 150,000 old DVDs to decrypt then you are good to go.