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[picture]SlySoft announced yesterday that the latest version of their mega-popular DVD ripper, AnyDVD, now also removes Macrovision's CDS-300 copy protection mechanism.

Unlike most other protection methods removed by AnyDVD, CDS-300 can be only found on audi CDs and the copy protection mechanism itself is similar to the notorious XCP "root kit" copy protection from Sony. AnyDVD now removes CDS-300 from audio CDs and also prevents it (and similar copy protection mechanisms) from installing to the computer where AnyDVD is installed.

"Most customers don't even know, that AnyDVD not
just deals with movie DVDs, it also removes basically all copy restrictions of audio CDs. Furthermore, it protects your operating system from the installation of unwanted drivers like the Sony 'Root Kit' or Settec Alpha-DVD. Therefore we recommend our customers to activate AnyDVD at all times."
SlySoft's CEO, Giancarlo Bettini, told in the company's press release.

More information:

SlySoft
AnyDVD

* Subtle one this – original song by Sly and the family stone so Slysoft!

Posted on Friday, April 14, 2006 5:16 AM | Back to top


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