[Report] Denuvo DRM Solution Used in Lords of the Fallen and FIFA 15 Has Been Cracked

[Report] Denuvo DRM Solution Used in Lords of the Fallen and FIFA 15 Has Been Cracked

After successfully preventing some latest next-gen video games like
Lords of the Fallen, FIFA 15 and Dragon Age: Inquisition from getting
cracked open by pirates for easy free-of-cost download on the internet,
Denuvo Software’s anti-tamper DRM solution reminded us of the late StarForce
digital rights management system, but not anymore. It looks like after
months, the Denuvo DRM solution has finally been cracked, meaning that
the games it protected will be available online in the near future.

Denuvo DRM Finally Circumvented – Cracks for Games Using the
Solution Such as Lords of the Fallen and FIFA 15 Can Be Expected Soon

Denuvo’s anti-tamper DRM solution is apparently the most strong and
successful digital rights management tool on the block right now. Aside
all the claims and reports regarding the tool being responsible in
degrading SSD’s lifespans and causing technical issues such as crashes
and bugs in games, Denuvo DRM solution has favorably protected some
latest game like Lords of the Fallen, FIFA 15 and Dragon Age:
Inquisition from falling into the hands of pirates for months. However,
it looks like all this fortitude has come to an end, as a group of key
punchers claim they have finally been able to crack the system.

Now that 3DM, a group of Chinese hackers,
have circumvented the Denuvo DRM solution, we can expect cracks of all
the latest games that were protected by this system to start flooding
the internet. A little wandering around tells CI Games and Deck13
Interactive’s Lords of the Fallen is already being pirated,
and according to reports, the cracked game actually performs better
than the original one protected by the Denuvo DRM solution. Piracy
obviously sucks and is a headache for video game developers, but it
clearly sucks even more when those who paid for a game are suffering
with more in-game technical problems than pirates it due to DRM
solutions.

Denuvo isn’t even actually a main DRM system for games, as according
to the company itself, it is rather a DRM that protects authentic DRM
solutions.

“Denuvo Anti-Tamper technology prevents the debugging,
reverse engineering and changing of executable files to strengthen the
security of games. It is not a DRM solution, but rather, Denuvo
Anti-tamper protects DRM solutions, such as Origin Online Access or the
Steam license management system, from being circumvented.”

“The license management from Steam or Origin grants legitimate
consumers access to the game and our Anti-Tamper solution ensures that
these DRM systems are not bypassed.”

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