says it has the ability to get round the Blu-ray camp's latest security
protocol – despite its latest AnyDVD software only cracking Blu-ray's
older security system, AACS (Advanced Access Content System).
Currently, Blu-ray disks are digitally encrypted using that system,
also used by the HD DVD camp. But BD+ is a new layer of security that
is exclusive to Blu-ray.
Blu-ray: not so tough
already found a way to crack BD+ and we have just turned to
fine-tuning,” said James Wong, SlySoft's head of development in a
statement. “I should really think about hiring a bodyguard now, since
this product won't please everybody.”