“BD+ is a component of the Blu-ray Disc Digital Rights Management system. It was developed by Cryptography Research Inc. and is based on their Self-Protecting Digital Content concept. Its intent was to prevent unauthorized copies of Blu-ray discs and the playback of Blu-ray media using unauthorized devices”, according to Wikipedia.
But when your player is not included in the BD+ scheme, and you want to play Blu-ray discs with BD+ protections just at home to enjoy with your family, what can you do to make it? With Passkey, you can easily get rid of the BD+ barrier, and do more like movie backup besides a smooth playback, while, most of, if not all the other, Blu-ray player software cannot do that at present.
For those who don’t know what Passkey is, here is a large picture of Passkey:
Passkey is a powerful Blu-ray and DVD decrypter that includes Passkey for DVD and Passkey for Blu-ray and works on the fly to unprotect any DVD and Blu-ray, in order to let users view DVD and Blu-ray freely with a compatible player software. Passkey can also help users back up DVD and Blu-ray movies on the PC. All for home entertainment. Works on Windows. And please note that in order to get advantage of its server for support of the latest DVD/Blu-ray releases, internet connection is required. For more information about Passkey, please visit the below links:
Passkey for DVD: http://www.dvdfab.com/passkey-for-dvd.htm
Passkey for Blu-ray: http://www.dvdfab.com/passkey-for-blu-ray.htm
The latest BD+, the 15th generation, starts with “Parental Guidance” on Jan. 25, 2013. Besides “Parental Guidance”, Passkey is also able to unprotect and back up “Hello Dolly!” which has the same protection. And Passkey will always move on to support all the newest protections for the upcoming DVDs and Blu-rays. For more information about BD+ and its generation calendar, please go to: http://forum.dvdfab.com/showthread.php?t=5175
Just have fun with your newest releases and enjoy the companion of Passkey.