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Widevine L3, the DRM used by Netflix for content in SD, it was laundry

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Published on Jan 03, 2019

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Widevine L3, the system of protection of digital content (DRM) free of Google, was hacked by researcher David Buchanan. Widevine is used by a large number of applications and services on Android, as for example Netflix, Spotify, Amazon Prime Video, and apps the usa such as Hulu and HBO, but the variant of the L3 is the lowest level for the most sensitive and important, such as for example HD movies from Netflix, usually uses the most robust Widevine L1.

The information provided by Buchanan, via Twitter, are for now scarce, but the juice is that the DRM is "100% compromise, and apparently impossible to fix with a software update. The researcher said that it was "frighteningly easy" to puncture, and that has only worked for a few nights.

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