When it comes to DRM, Denuvo’s the newest kid on the block. The tool, aimed to keep pirates at bay was at the center of controversy when Russian hackers claimed that they way it worked. Denuvo, controversy protection of 64-bits used in games like FIFA 15, Dragon Age: Inquisition and Lords of the Fallen, has finally been cracked over a month of its release.
Denuvo DRM: Protecting used in FIFA 15, Dragon Age Inquisition and Lords of the Fallen, has been Cracked
The Chinese group 3DM were responsible for breaking this complex DRM, there was also some rumors that this protection has affected the performance in games like Lords of the Fallen, but they also wore blocks SSDs to generate more writing processes (writes) although the latter was denied on Reddit.
The first game that claims to have cracked the 3DM group is the Dragon Age Inquisition, but for now they have not released the crack to the public to keep trying more models of microprocessors.
According to Denuvo itself, it’s not really a DRM solution, but rather one that helps protect 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.