Bypassing is the only thing these groups can do. But Denuvo has just suffered a rather courtesy of a 19-year-old Bulgarian hacker who goes by the name of Voksi. I wish more companies would think like Gabe does. Just don't slow down our game performance for them. Instead they'll probably just change it a little and make Denuvo 5.
Posted on Jan 24th 2018, 22:04 dozenfury said: I don't mind if devs want to put 18 layers of protection in their games. But it's disgusting that they're putting people in that situation in the first place. In January 2018, the company was acquired by larger software company Irdeto. Irdeto might not be well-known in the gaming industry, but the firm is by no means a newcomer. Imagine coming to a store and they strip search you every single time before you exit. I find it disgusting that customers are going to be expected to crack their purchases yet again.
Posted on Jan 25th 2018, 0:55 Just stop already eh! Scene groups are not getting the exe clean but rather patching the triggerlocks so denuvo thinks you're on a legit copy. Just don't slow down our game performance for them. The crack is known as a bypass crack which means Denuvo still runs in the background but with much of its functionality disabled. Because I can assure you it won't work anymore. It will not be very effective patched debuggers and virtual machines will imitate the responses of real hardware , but it is also simple to implement. I'm sure if Denuvo had anything of the sort, they'd be screaming it from the rooftops of their headquarters. In other news, digital security expert Irdeto recently acquired Denuvo.
A year or two ago, Denuvo delivered on that promise. This seems to be a new record, cause the old methods in order to bypass it got improved which made it easier to release something earlier. Well, the snake oil these days are strong, people still believe in Antivirus products, shitty apps and some even believe in a. The thing you are asking for is not possible, you cannot make more bread by cutting it into smaller pieces. This means you can play for free. Looks like Assassins Creed Origins wont be breaking the Ubisoft Uncracked record.
All trademarks used are properties of their respective owners. . It's the same reason people don't run 6 different anti-viruses at once. If i have to wait a couple more seconds for them to make money. As far as Denuvo can tell, the pirate install is a legal copy and lets it run unhindered. It's great that these bypasses secure a future for these games that they otherwise wouldn't have. People have crap internet, data caps, etc, the lost sales would not be worth it.
Denuvo You will never win. Have some principles people and show them a middle finger. As someone else said, if removals were commonplace, this wouldn't need to be a concern. Steam has repeatedly stated that there are redundancy measures in place if and when Steam goes offline. You shouldn't trust them to reach step 4.
The group that did the cracking didn't say when they started working on it. Generally, high efficiency of these protection method is based on the human factor: the more complex the code is and the more resources the application uses, the harder it is for a cracker to understand program logic and, consequently, to crack protection. The reason Denuvo works so well is because it uses anti-tamper tech to encrypt the software being protected. Imagine coming to a store and they strip search you every single time before you exit. They're unreliable, it's not improving sales and it's a ticking time bomb for legitimate customers. The people creating the denuvo crap are smart.
The problem is precisely that it's not, regardless of the crack being available. The fight against piracy stops for us customers when we ourselves have paid for the product, and we should not shoulder any more responsibility. And personally I see no use for a crack. Publishers are scum for including a ticking time bomb in their products while not even having the courtesy to remove it once it has been bypassed. With this new partnership, both companies aim to create more robust security solutions to combat piracy.