|DVD Copy Protection|
|Microforum is a leader in the implementation and replication of copy protection technologies for both Video DVDs and DVD-ROM software.|
DVD Video Copy Protection
Microforum is pleased to provide digital copy protection for DVD Video Replication projects. Experts in Copy Protection Services, Microforum can help you with your DVD protection needs. With our help, you can maximize sales by minimizing the proliferation of unauthorized DVD copies of your product.
CSS (Content Scrambling System)
CSS is used to prevent piracy and impose regional viewing restrictions. Simply put, a CSS-protected DVD consists of three main components: the DVD, the DVD drive/player, and the host. CSS combines player-host mutual authentication and data encryption. This way, CSS works to reduce piracy and also prevent, for example, a DVD bought in the USA from playing on a device bought in Europe.
DVD-ROM Copy Protection
Microforum is pleased to offer data protection services for your DVD-ROMs, which prevents consumers and professional pirates from making useable copies of DVD-ROMS.
Our technology effectively prevents remastering of DVD-ROM titles, ensuring users can play only original discs. It incorporates features such as digital signature, encrypted wrapper protecting the content, and anti-hacking software.
- Protect DVD-ROM based software from theft by copying to either a hard disk or DVD, using a commercial DVD writer or professional re-mastering equipment
- Use the DVD as a key disk so the original disc must be present in the drive for certain documents to be opened.
- Thwart attempts to obtain unauthorized copies downloaded from the Internet
- Be compatible with consumer hardware configurations, and transparent to legitimate users.
The technology protects 32-bit applications and can be extended to protect certain documents like PDFs and MP4s.
Microforum puts you in control of your sensitive documents!
For more information about our DVD copy protection services, please request a quote, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 1.800.465.CDCD (2323).