Denuvo, a recent anti-piracy tool launched for the game developers and publishers was a source of protection due to its continuous encryption and decryption, making it difficult for the hackers to crack the game or program.

Hackers Claim to Crack Denuvo, Cracks for DOOM and Rise of the Tomb Raider Available

The solution was developed by an Austrian company Denuvo Software Solutions GmbH, and proved to be one hell of a protection for many crackers. First game protected with the technology was FIFA 15, which was published by EA Sports and later, many other games and publishers made it to the list.

Anyhow, seems that things have changed lately, and one Bulgarian hacker claims to bypass the Denuvo. Not only that, according to the hacker, the group will be able to crack the Denuvo fully by the end of this year.

The cracks for Rise of the Tomb Raider and DOOM were uploaded online lately and appears to be running fine. It must be noted that both the games were not cracked by famous hacking group 3DM, which is known for pirating most of the games on PC as earlier this year, the group claimed to shut down its operations for a year.

With cracks available for protected games, we are hoping for a response from the Austrian group of anti-tamper technology. Stay tuned for more updates!

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