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|6th March 2010, 14:59||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Ubisoft's DRM cracked ?
The whole system revolved around a set of servers, run by Ubisoft, to authenticate gamers through their Ubi.com accounts. When asked by Gamespy how gamers would react to its latest scheme, the French publisher replied, "we think most people are going to be fine with it." Gaming scene group The Skid Rowdies managed to release a crack for the DRM present in Silent Hunter 5 and proudly posted a NFO file with the release outlining the ease with which downloaders can circumvent Ubisoft's latest attempt to stop 'piracy'. What is laughable is how publishers such as Ubisoft do such a good job of making themselves targets for undoubtedly talented coders who love nothing more than spending their spare time embarrassing big corporations.
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