Under the HKEY_CURRENT_USER >> SOFTWARE >> SecuROM key, it goes further to >> Keys >> 3B2D5E4F >> 0001
Only the last 'folder' has info in it, in this case: registry keys, BinData, SecData1 and SecData2 (all of type REG_BINARY) Part of what BinData contains, for example, looks like that of a file in hexadecimal format.
Come to think of it, IIRC someone posted that those keys contain info that is used by the SecuROM protection to check the physical characteristics of the CD media in the drive.
Hmmm...what happens if I modify those values to that of a normal CD without any unusual media characteristics like a SecuROM protected CD.
(Moderator note: Is that considered cracking? If it is, sorry, you can edit out that part )