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About Copy Protection - 8/8/2002 6:32:51 PM   
Mr.Blonde

 

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Hi,

Ýs it possible to create copy protected cd-r with standard cdr-w hardware?I know nothing about this.Please give me some information about it.

By the way,i need to create cd-menus for some of my mp3 cd's any good software to do this???

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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/9/2002 12:09:12 PM   
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You could use StarForce CD-R protection but its not free available

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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/9/2002 1:30:20 PM   
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John even before you checked the ISP you were thinking like me presume !!!

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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/10/2002 8:47:50 AM   
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You could try the following software for creating selfmade copy protected cds:

AUDIO
CloneAudioProtector
Easy Audio Lock

DATA
Winlock
CDprotector
TZcopyprotection
CopyKiller

A google search will help you find what you're looking for


This is the way - Step inside ...

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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/24/2002 5:50:52 PM   
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quote:
Originally posted by Mr.Blonde

Hi,
Ýs it possible to create copy protected cd-r with standard cdr-w hardware?I know nothing about this.Please give me some information about it.By the way,i need to create cd-menus for some of my mp3 cd's any good software to do this???


Hi Mr Blonde
If you go to :-
http://www.cdmediaworld.com/hardware/cdrom/cd_protections.shtml
This Website tells you all you want to know about making copy protected CD's !!!
I hope this Helps !!!


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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/24/2002 7:49:25 PM   
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There is a way to make a CD which cannot be copied (using only a home CD-Burner), but there are no free implementations that I know of.

I think I have made myself a challenge...


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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/24/2002 7:56:58 PM   
Laffin Assassin


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quote:
Originally posted by SirDavidGuy

There is a way to make a CD which cannot be copied (using only a home CD-Burner), but there are no free implementations that I know of.


Well are you going to keep the way to make a CD which cannot be copied secret or are you going to tell us [?]


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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/24/2002 8:05:37 PM   
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I won't reveal it until I've at least written some code, and checked out the best way to do it.

PM me if you really want to know.


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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/24/2002 8:36:02 PM   
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SirD seems to be full of ideas today
I have used many of the proggies around for creating a protected cd. Maybe a fresh idea: appart from the programs i have already mentioned in the previous post, there have also been reports(http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=48112) in the cdfreaks forum of one being able to create such a cd by using CloneCD alone. All it requires is changing a few values in the ccd file:
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if it's a prog then what i would do is mod the entry 2 entering pmin=0
psec=0
pframe=0

then add in 2 more entries which will become entry 5 & 6 ..u can just copy entry 1 & 2 & mod the pmins .........

and u also have 2 mod line 4 [toc entrys = 6]

when it comes 2 software because of the limitations of the cdrom can't do any better than this i think...............

however 4 music & console games it a whole different ballgame
if u want 2 do music then try these values

pmin 0
psec 4
pframe 4


then when u about 2 burn it will give u 3 options ...choose the 1st one which is the default ......... & then u have a protected disc ............


SirD i would love "testing" your idea Will PM you


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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/24/2002 8:46:34 PM   
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Hey David
Oh ! And when you have suceeded in doing this we won't be able to talk to you as you will become a Multi-Millionaire over night as you will be the first Earthman on this Planet (That is if you do come from this Planet ) that has made some Copy Protection that cannot be hacked or bypassed and every software Publisher on our Planet will want to be your Friend and then you won't be a Sir you will be a King for a least a day untill someone shows you how easy it was to get round your Super Protection!


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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/24/2002 10:25:26 PM   
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quote:
that has made some Copy Protection that cannot be hacked or bypassed


Any protection can be hacked; it's a mathematical truth.

It is not copyable in the sense that SafeDisc is not copyable (you cannot replicate the C2 errors in SD's bad sectors).

However, the way for copying my protection would be much harder than copying any other (even Tages).

And indeed, calling it "my" protection is a bit of a stretch. It is just a new spin on an old idea.


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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/25/2002 6:43:13 AM   
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Hey David
You Say " It is not copyable in the sense that SafeDisc is not copyable (you cannot replicate the C2 errors in SD's bad sectors)."

But the thing is nobody wants to copy SD2 all they want to do is make a back-up of a Program that they have Legally Purchessed incase of a CD Fault appearing and then having to wait months to get a replacement and that is if you ever do get one without buying the program again !!!

You Say " However, the way for copying my protection would be much harder than copying any other (even Tages)."

Yeah Right ! Well Tages was very hard to bypass wasn't it LOL.!!!
And how come if Tages was that GOOD why did the Big Software Publishers keep away from it !!!
I can't wait to see your Super Protection !!!

You Say " And indeed, calling it "my" protection is a bit of a stretch. It is just a new spin on an old idea.!!!

Abit of a stretch its a mile long ! I hope that the old Idea is not Patented as I am sure you know it is Illegal to change code in someones patented work and then call it your Own !!!






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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/26/2002 2:38:31 PM   
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http://www.cdrinfo.com/Sections/Articles/Specific.asp?ArticleHeadline=Elby+CloneCD+CD%2DR+Software&Series=0&index=13

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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/27/2002 9:23:03 PM   
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Yeah Right ! Well Tages was very hard to bypass wasn't it LOL.!!!


Ummmm.... Yes.

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I hope that the old Idea is not Patented as I am sure you know it is Illegal to change code in someones patented work and then call it your Own !!!


In the US, it would be perfectly legal for me to patent it, as it's an improvement (or at least a different way of doing the same thing).


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RE: About Copy Protection - 8/27/2002 9:30:52 PM   
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Hi David
Well good luck with your new Protection !!!


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