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VideoLAN Announces libaacs

August 10th, 2010 08:03 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

supersloshy writes “VideoLAN, makers of the well-known media player VLC, have just announced a new project called libaacs. The libaacs library’s intention is to provide a free software library to implement the AACS specification, the copy-protection found on things such as Blu-ray discs. Note that this isn’t meant to actually be a decoding library. It includes no AACS keys and is solely developed for research purposes.”

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