DVD security group fixes piracy hack

Wednesday, 11 April 2007, 12:03 AM EST

Hackers working late last year and early this year were able to observe computer code found on the PC-based DVD players and discover encryption keys that unlock protections on all high-def discs, so copies could be made. New high-def DVDs will include updated encryption keys and instructions for older versions of the PC-playback software not to play discs until the software patch has been installed.

At CIO Today.

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