[Full-Disclosure] Shift key breaks CD copy locks
DaveHowe at cmn.sharp-uk.co.uk
Thu Oct 9 12:42:53 BST 2003
Tim Saunders wrote:
> Surely Windows violates the DCMA in itself as you can turn off autorun
> therefore by passing the copy protection? Quick get some cops to go
> and arrest the board of Microsoft for selling DCMA violating
> Who has to complain to get the FBI/cops/whoever to arrest someone for
> violating the DCMA? Is it the copyright holder or just anyone? At
> worst all you have to do is pay SunnComm Technologies to protect a
> few copies of you singing in the shower and you will have a valid
Don't even have to do that - just put "ejectcd.com" on a mixed mode cd and
create an autorun.ini to execute it; that is as valid a "copy protection"
technique as SunnComm's
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