News Burst: DVD film encryption hacked

Summary:It was only a matter of time. DVD film encryption has finally been broken, opening up the standard to a new fleet of software pirates.

A utility called DeCSS, that is purported to be able to read any DVD disk and save those files unencrypted to a local hard drive, is all over the Web like a rash.

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Topics: Innovation

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