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Friday, November 16, 2007

DVD/CD copy protection

DVD/CD copy protection is a set of copy protection mechanisms that prevent users from copying compact discs (CDs) or DVDs. These mechanisms vary widely and include DRM, CD-checks, Dummy Files, illegal table of contents, over-sizing or over-burning the CD, physical errors, bad sectors and more. Many of these protection schemes rely on breaking compliance with the CD and DVD standards, leading to playback problems on some devices.

Commercial DVD Protections

Commercial CD protections

Software to copy protected DVD

* DVD Decrypter
* CloneDVD
* DVD X Copy
* ImgBurn

1 comment:

DRM Security said...


Copy protection methods usually tie the installed software to a specific machine by involving some unique feature of the machine. There are a number of ways to protect your CD from being copied. Most of them depend on breaking conformity with the CD and DVD standards. Thanks...