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May 2, 2017

"Unbreakable" Blu-ray barrier can be cracked for the first time


A copy of 4K Blu-ray movies appeared on the pirate side.

A copy of 4K Blu-ray movies appeared on the pirate side.

TorrentFreak reports that the encryption technology AACS 2.0 can be broken.

Is known as unbreakable
AACS 2.0 is a technology that protects the 4K Blu-ray discs and has not been fooled by pirates until now. This week, a 4K copy of "Smurfs 2" appeared at the Private Pirate Site UltraHDclub.

The encryption technology has almost been regarded as "unbreakable."

The pirate site describes it as "The First Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc Online", but it is still uncertain whether the upload is as it promises.

Claims that the copy is genuine
TorrentFreak has been in contact with what they refer to as "a well-known torrent distributor" who has gone through the media information and compared it to the Blu-ray copy sold over disk.

While the audio seems to be voiced, "Maximum Content Light Level" and "Maximum Frame-Average Light Level" are different from the media information.

The website writes in an update that their expert source, after going through the entire file, believes that this is actually a copied 4K Blu-ray disc.

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