Discussion in 'Application Software' started by MS_User, Jun 27, 2016.
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Well, if there is an exploit that makes it easy to pirate movies, doesn't one think that the exploit can go the other way so that the pirates can exploit you or your machine? Totally possible in my book.
I really hate Chrome, everytime I give this damn browser a chance and install it, someone comes along and opens a big, wide gaping hole in it, yet people swear by it, why? because it's fast? No thanks, I'll sacrifice speed over security.
Google can keep their crap.
I have also been reading articles about this.
Can anybody please explain how its done? Would like to give it a try
I AM impressed.
Someone who doesn't watch youtubes.
It's not a bug it's a feature
I watch youtube, but it does not really help me I have not found any videos where they show how its done.
I guess nobody want to show how its done
Why not check chrome's internet cache folder? A decrypted version of the video might be there.
That's right... Nobody.
Except the person who wrote the article linked to in the opening post.
All the clues you need are there.
Well not in my situation, if you are thinking about this folder: C:\Users\%Username%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\WidevineCDM
I'm glad that you enjoyed my post, but you are not very helpfull.