This site is dedicated to help you with any digital video issues you may have run into. One of the subjects of this site's guides and forums is the backup of your own DVD movies using the various DVD copy tools and rippers.Our guides and the general help we provide are to be used only for a backup copy of the DVDs a user owns. Using our guides in a way that is against law (for example copying rented movies or editing illegally downloaded ones) is strictly prohibited. If you are seeking a way to do such actions, please leave this site immediately. Also any user discussing these matters in our forum will be banned.
CSS decryption is an extremely controversial issue at the moment and one which must be thoroughly understood if you are to use the guides featured on this site. If you are new to DVD and haven't yet heard of a little program called DeCSS then you should go and do some research to bring you up to date. DeCSS allows you to crack the copy protection of a DVD and copy the files to your hard disk unprotected. The MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) has recently won against 2600.com in the first instance. That means it's now effectively forbidden to offer for download and even link to DeCSS. You can read more on the subject by clicking on the DMCA link on the left. The people in charge of this site will never give out information on how to obtain this tool.
All CSS decryption tool - even those that have the letters DeCSS in their name - have nothing to do with DeCSS and should therefore be legal. However you have to be aware that the actual process of decrypting a DVD might not be legal in your country. It's strongly recommended that if you are unsure of your own country's law regarding this issue you seek professional legal advice from a qualified individual before using any of the guides.
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