AACS 2.0 Hack: Tool to remove copy protection from Ultra HD Blu-rays

AACS 2.0 Hack: Tool to remove copy protection from Ultra HD Blu-rays

A Canada based claims to Russian company offers over the Internet to a Windows program with which the copy protection AACS will be cut short 2.0. 1 copies of 4K discs make: this is how one could.

Having been in the past in relevant forums always 1: 1 copies had surfaced commercial Ultra HD Blu-ray, now offers an allegedly based in Russia company called Arusoft Inc. "DeUHD" a tool to with which 4K discs should be easily copied to any Windows computer.

The offered for 199 euros software for Windows 7, 8 / 8.1 and 10 should be able to remove the copy protection AACS 2.0 used on the windows of currently around 30 Ultra HD Blu-rays; a full list can be found on the company's website. Among them are current titles such as "Alien: Covenant" Fox, "Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2" Disney and "The Fifth Element" Sony Pictures. More titles will follow. Blu-ray discs can not be copied with DeUHD.

To use the program, you need a suitable ultra-high-definition Blu-ray drive. Arusoft calls in this regard currently eight models from Asus and LG; even here there should be more choice in the future.

According Arusoft opposite the site "myce" decoding takes a disc 4-6 hours. At the end of the illegal copy of the film landing in a folder or ISO image on the hard drive. Even a trial version of DeUHD offer to the developers; this is limited to a disc and a film clips of up to 10 minutes.(Nij)