Great report on another decryption tool Kerry
Since you done most of this how about a section on all possible known working 3rd party tools that do work or are still out there working.
[QUOTE=Kerry56;2774769]There is only one program that works in the same manner as AnyDVD. It is called DVDFab Passkey, and it comes in three variations. One is for DVD’s only, the second, called DVDFab Passkey for Blu-ray, will work with Blu-ray. The last one is a combination of those two and will work with either type of disc, but is the most expensive.
DVDFab has the unpleasant propensity to split their programs into as many pieces as possible in order to maximize income.
But if you want a background decrypter, Passkey is the only other option to AnyDVD HD.
It is still possible to decrypt both DVD’s and Blu-ray for free, but this tool is not a background decrypter. It is called MakeMKV. It will decrypt and rip DVD’s as MKV files, main movie only. The resulting MKV will have the same video and audio codecs as the original DVD, and it will not be compressed. You can also save subtitles.
When working with Blu-ray, MakeMKV has two options. It can rip to an MKV in the same manner as it does with DVD’s, or you can rip the entire Blu-ray movie to the hard drive, completely unchanged except for removal of encryption. You need to use the program in Backup mode to do this. MakeMKV is free to use while in beta, and has been in beta for many years now. You will have to update the beta key periodically, probably every month or two. The beta keys are found here: http://www.makemkv.com/forum2/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1053 And you will need to update the program as new versions are released. It is updated fairly frequently to deal with new encryption schemes.[/QUOTE]