Chinese software maker Fengtao Software, the company which owns the DVDFab brand, officially announced its decryption solution to the 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays in its DVDFab 10, Passkey 9 and Player 5 products, respectively.
The DVD & Blu-ray movie ripping products inside the DVDFab package are capable of removing nearly all the protections without the intervention of any 3rd party decryption tool. But when it comes to the 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays, Fengtao Software intentionally cripples its UHD Copy and UHD Ripper software when the two products get officially introduced. This designated action results in these two UHD backup products only being able to copy or convert unprotected 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray movies.
By integrating a 3rd party decryption technology into its own products, the company believes that it not only can keep the promise not to decrypt AACS 2.0 protections, but still offer a better way for its customers to handle UHD backup demands. Now accompanying the release of DVDFab 10.0.8.8 (For the Mac platform, it's version 10.0.8.9), Fengtao Software officially announced a 4K UHD decryption solution.
Fengtao Software is partnering with the Russia based Arusoft, the owner of the world's 1st commercial UHD decrypting tool DeUHD. Unlike MakeMKV and AnyDVD who are still depending on either manual update of leaked AACS 2.0 volume keys from internet or the "secretly borrowed keys from others" to make backups of UHD titles, with the integrated decrypting capability from DeUHD, DVDFab is now able to decrypt the genuine 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray movie discs.
Fengtao claims that its UHD copy and ripper software shall be able to decrypt all the UHD discs that DeUHD can handle. However, there might be a delay of no more than one week in between.
Apart from the UHD copy and conversion tools inside the DVDFab package, the company also brings the decryption technology of its partner to its standalone decryption software known as the Passkey 9, and its reengineered 4K UHD playback software DVDFab Player 5. Previously, these two products can only handle the unprotected 4K Ultra HD sources.