Used in conjunction with DVD Shrink, you can burn ANY DVD. FOR FREE! HIGHLY recommended.
I'll second the previous comment. DVDDecryptor works like a charm and DVDShrink is great if you want to copy from a dual layer DVD to a single layer blank DVD.
Due to a cease and decist notice the DVD decryptor site has gone offline. Full story here:" http://yro.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=05/06/06/1822211&tid=188 "
Also, MD5 and SHA1 checksums be your friend too. MD5: 78d806097da8e8b8d595827cccddf6d9 SHA1: 4cd617d8bdad9b2175b1cf688780945ec5f2335d Since the S&D letter, most sites have pulled it. There's a few left out there that still have it. You just have to look for it. And, the best part is that this program is NOT illigal! Decrypting DVD's for your own personal use is completely safe. It's when you start giving out those copies that you break the law. It even says so right at the beginning of your DVD.
How do you calculate the MD5 and SHA1 checksums for the executable? Are there utilities out there you can use?
Checkout the FREE MD5, SHA-1 and CRC-32 calculator called HashTab at http://beeblebrox.org/hashtab/index.php Access easily via the Properties menu of any file you download. Cut/paste the MD5, SHA-1 or CRC-32 value of the file you downloaded and click a button to confirm they match the calculated and displayed values on the properties tab. HashTab is a very elegant solution.
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