Hollywood hinders HD DVD, Blu-ray hack

Tuesday, 10 April 2007, 4:05 PM EST

The battle between hackers and the minds behind the security technology built into the Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD next-gen optical disc formats has begun in earnest. A trick used to tease out disc encryption keys has been blocked.

The Advanced Access Content System (AACS) Licensing Administrator, the company that maintains the AACS copy-protection mechanism, said last week a new version of InterVideo's WinDVD, the PC-based application used by hackers to grab disc encryption keys, would incorporate new keys and technology to mask their exposure.

At Reg Hardware.

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