The momentum in the fight against file-protection technologies continues, as is the popular football game EA Games Is suddenly distributed across the network
If until a few months ago there was still a question about the prospect of Piracy The video games disappear from the net completely, now it seems that the main question is whether there are still titles that have not yet been hacked and distributed freely to all interested parties.
A long sequence of recent titles that have succumbed to new pirate groups that have emerged with tools and methods to cope with the infamous technologies of the notorious Denuvo Company now reaches another significant milestone - FIFA 17 (the latest in one of the best selling and most successful gaming series of all time) was hacked, after about 10 months in the stores and two months before the release of FIFA 18
FIFA 17 has been hacked by a group called Steampunks, which started operating just a few months ago and stated that it has the technology to create authentication keys that are actually identical to legitimate keys to the internal defense mechanism Denuvo, Which apparently allows the break of most titles in a short time and without running the range of traps that are often waiting for different test points within the different game modes of the title.
We do not know what will be the next way for Denuvo And for game developers interested in effective defense of their property and their works, but now there is no argument that a fundamental and significant change will be needed to return the ball to half of their pitch and to return the expert burglars to the question "Can DRM be beat" instead of " When it will be carried out "as is happening in the present era.