Firefox DRM can’t be controlled or monitored
The popular Firefox browser now comes with DRM support by default, but since the technology is proprietary to Adobe it can’t be monitored or controlled in an appropriate manner. Thus, it’s wrapped in a “sandbox” inside Firefox so as to, hopefully, not interfere with the rest of the browser.
Apple’s DRM bypassed without jailbreaking iOS
Two companies are offering pirated apps free of Apple’s DRM and iTunes. Both InstaSign and Zeusmos are applications that allow you to install cracked applications on your iDevice without jailbreaking.
Apple’s Fair Play DRM Cracked for epub ebooks
It’s now possible to remove the DRM from epub ebooks bought in Apple’s iBooks store. ‘Brahms’ has recently released a new version, 3.3, of his Requiem software, which has been able to remove DRM from music and videos bought in the iTunes Music Store for a long time. This new version can also remove the DRM from Apple’s epub format ebooks.
Apple’s DRM has been readily broken for the iPhone, iPod and iPad, and Mac App Store with support for jailbroken devices and an increased availability of cracked apps across the Web.
Apple’s Fair Play DRM cracked again
Intel Copy Protection
Intel security flaw allowers attackers to access firmware encryption keys
Unprotected debugging functionality in Intel’s CPU enables attackers to expose root encryption keys for Platform Trust Technology (PPT) and Enhanced Privacy ID (EPID). The vulnerability activates test or debug logic at runtime, allowing an unauthenticated attacker to escalate privileges through physical access.
Attackers can extract root encryption key to gain access to and copy DRM-protected digital content such as eBooks, and bypass BitLocker and trusted platform modules (TPM) security protection to circumvent code-signing restrictions and run compromised firmware in the Intel Management Engine.
Intel HDCP copy protection encryption protocol broken
German researchers have cracked Intel’s encryption protocol using a man-in-the-middle attack, capturing the encrypted data streams, decrypting them using a $200 piece of hardware, and then sending the decrypted output to another device.
HDCP cracked: Intel DRM broken with master key crack
Intel have had their DRM system for high definition video content cracked. A hacker has released a master key which renders the DRM protection unusable since it allows anyone to create their own source and sink keys to unprotect content.