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Although newer BD+ decryption wasn't expected until February 2009, the latest releases of the AnyDVD HD software decrypts copy protection "on all current Blu-ray movies", according to the company.
The latest updates on the BD+, Blu-ray's Digital Right Protection (DRM) technology, seemed to be harder to be bypassed and Slysoft anticipated that it would be able to break it not earlier than February, according to a post
at the company's forum earlier this month.
"Today's AnyDVD HD 220.127.116.11 release decrypts copy protection on all current Blu-ray movies and, in turn, ensures that consumers may continue to backup and enjoy their Blu-ray movie purchases even when using computer monitors that are not HDCP compliant," reads Slysoft latest announcement.
AnyDVD HD decrypts commercial Blu-ray releases on the fly without requiring users to rip first to their hard drives.
Slysoft released the first version of its software capable of cracking BD+ last year.