Digital rights management as well as copy protected discs are unpopular with users, but good thing (from the user's point of view, of course) that there are always people who have managed to find a way around such draconian acts. We've seen copy protection in the CD, DVD and now, on Blu-ray discs. Of course, this stumbling block is duly removed with the genius of the person who coded this simple 37.2KB program known as Blu-ray Disc Ripper 1.4. Already one of the most popular applications used to rip off movies from any Blu-ray disc onto a hard drive, the new version lets users decrypt the "AACS" folder that features downloaded content that BD-live enabled services offer. One can only wait with bated breath to see what future versions hold, and all this from a 37.2KB program? Impressive.
Source: New Launches