Category Archives: 4K

“Stranger Things” Leaks Suggest Netflix 4K May Have Been Breached

By | July 5, 2019

Pirated copies of movies appear online every day in a variety of formats, such as CAM, DVDRip, WEBRip, and Web-DL. The latter, which usually come from streaming and download services such as Netflix, Amazon, or iTunes, have proven to be a reliable source for pirates over the years. In general, that doesn’t apply to 4K… Read More »

Flood of 4K James Bond Leaks Further Point to iTunes Breach

By | April 20, 2019

The ongoing battle between copyright holders and pirates is often described as a cat and mouse game, especially when it comes to content protection. While most regular releases can be ripped or decrypted nowadays, 4K content remains a challenge to breach. Up until a few days ago, pirate sites had never seen a decrypted 4K… Read More »

Pirate “Aquaman” Release Suggests iTunes 4K May Be Breached

By | March 14, 2019

Pirated copies of movies appear online every day in a variety of formats, such as CAM, DVDRip, WEBRip, and Web-DL. The latter, which usually come from streaming and download services such as Netflix, Amazon, or iTunes, have proven to be a reliable source for pirates over the years. While most releases are nothing unusual, a 4K… Read More »

DeUHD Beats New AACS 2.1 UHD Blu-ray Disc Protection

By | June 13, 2018

The ongoing battle between copyright holders and pirates is commonly described as a cat and mouse sport, particularly in the case of content material safety. Hollywood studios launch their motion pictures with copy safety. Pirates break it. New safety is launched. Pirates break it once more. And so forth. With UHD Blu-rays, copyright holders have… Read More »