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Old December 11th, 2007, 10:43 AM
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> They managed to do it!

And I'll bet the whole world is pining to get a look at their sophisticated, high-quality HTML code. I can use a packet sniffer on the client side, get the HTML, the key, the JavaScript... everything! If your browser downloads it, I can get it. And that's just one way I can get it.

> They are using a Javascript to encrypt the HTML to a javascript.

Nothing on the client-side is safe, no matter how sophisticated your obfuscation.

> It cannot be hacked as all good decrypters require you have to the decrypted key

Anything can be hacked.

Happens all the time. DVD's, eBooks, CD's, cable, satellite signals. You show me a DRM scheme, and I'll show you an army of hackers hell bent on breaking it. And not always because they want or need to. Sometimes it's just because they can.



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Rich

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