Netflix, Disney + but AppleTV + have been targeted since yesterday with scripts for downloading episodes and movies without subscription.
SVOD operating systems today Netflix, Apple TV +, or Disney + are the real entertainment monsters. First on this list, but the most powerful of them, collects less than 213 million subscribers (Brazil’s population) worldwide. After all, these digital giants are shining with clay.
In fact, they are already vulnerable to many computer attacks. But yesterday, one user decided to go even further. He has actually released scripts on the popular GitHub operating system, which generally allows you to download content on these sites for free.
A boon for users who do not need to subscribe to Netflix to see The Witcher’s last season or watch Disney + Book by Boba Fett. Although the practice and use of these scripts is illegal, many users have tested their luck from the beginning.
But Whitewindump, the surfer behind the leak, had a trump card up to his sleeve. In fact, for the script to be complete and efficient, CDM (Content Encryption Modem) access to a portion of the missing code in the publications published by the Internet user is required. In fact the latter in the message that comes with the scripts explains that many contact email addresses are not CDM free.
Illegal and already outdated scripts
If the financial motive for the leak appears to be obvious, it could be too costly for Whitewind, who later said in his message that he was seeking revenge. He promises to actually make these scripts public “Punish some fools”. Without explicitly stating who it is.
Usually scripts of this power are thus not thrown in public view. In fact, by making them public, Widwinedumb destroys their lifespan to a maximum of a few days. SVOD operating systems, if not yet involved in this matter, may have already found a solution, making these scripts redundant. However, the use of these scripts is illegal and can lead to severe fines.
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