AACS LA to go after HD hackers

Tuesday, 30 January 2007, 6:01 PM EST

Following a wave of claims that the AACS content protection system in Blu-ray and HD DVD high definition media has been cracked, the organization behind the technology said that it will use "both technical and legal measures to deal with attacks".

In a first response to forum posts and media reports, the AACS LA confirmed that valid AACS Title Keys have appeared on public websites, which, according to the organization, may have a limited impact on AACS at this time.

At Tom's Hardware Guide.

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