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Denuvo 6.0 has been cracked [48499]

 
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 10:14 am    Post subject: Denuvo 6.0 has been cracked [48499] Reply with quote

For the past couple months, a lot of publishers were able to secure their PC games by using the latest version of the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. And while it has taken crackers a while, it appears that this latest version, which is now called Denuvo 6.0, has been cracked.

Earlier yesterday, a specific game cracking gr

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 10:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It was inevitable, really.
Once cracked, it's a cat and mouse play where either one will run out of breath. My bet is on Denuvo running out of breath.
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 8:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Single player games with copy protection should have a time limit. DRM can unlock after the peak sales period. This means they would still capitalise on the majority demographic of those:

1) Who are technologically inept that they cba to pirate a game or risk going that route.
2) The unprepared newbs that already received a cease and desist.
3) Impulsive gamers.
4) Achievement whores. Steam users et al.
5) Your alcoholic room mate Dave who is mostly a console gamer and believes there is only one kind of pirate. Johnny Depp.
6) People with a burdening guilty conscience.

Are the man hours required to engineer the next iteration of Denuvo justified by the increase in sales during this "Let's wait for Denuvo to be ass fucked" intermission?

Maybe this is the equilibrium that publishers are complacent with, but I feel that crackers would be less inclined if there was a time limit. It might also encourage DRM developers to produce less invasive code.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 2:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

devilhood wrote:
Single player games with copy protection should have a time limit. DRM can unlock after the peak sales period. This means they would still capitalise on the majority demographic of those:

1) Who are technologically inept that they cba to pirate a game or risk going that route.
2) The unprepared newbs that already received a cease and desist.
3) Impulsive gamers.
4) Achievement whores. Steam users et al.
5) Your alcoholic room mate Dave who is mostly a console gamer and believes there is only one kind of pirate. Johnny Depp.
6) People with a burdening guilty conscience.

Are the man hours required to engineer the next iteration of Denuvo justified by the increase in sales during this "Let's wait for Denuvo to be ass fucked" intermission?

Maybe this is the equilibrium that publishers are complacent with, but I feel that crackers would be less inclined if there was a time limit. It might also encourage DRM developers to produce less invasive code.


wow does everyone here smoke drugs?
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 6:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tom wrote:
devilhood wrote:
Single player games with copy protection should have a time limit. DRM can unlock after the peak sales period. This means they would still capitalise on the majority demographic of those:

1) Who are technologically inept that they cba to pirate a game or risk going that route.
2) The unprepared newbs that already received a cease and desist.
3) Impulsive gamers.
4) Achievement whores. Steam users et al.
5) Your alcoholic room mate Dave who is mostly a console gamer and believes there is only one kind of pirate. Johnny Depp.
6) People with a burdening guilty conscience.

Are the man hours required to engineer the next iteration of Denuvo justified by the increase in sales during this "Let's wait for Denuvo to be ass fucked" intermission?

Maybe this is the equilibrium that publishers are complacent with, but I feel that crackers would be less inclined if there was a time limit. It might also encourage DRM developers to produce less invasive code.


wow does everyone here smoke drugs?


Three years clean compadre.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 13, 2019 7:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fuck denuvo.
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