Has Been Cracked By 3dm !!TOP!!
3DM made gaming media headlines in January 2016 when 不死鸟 (Phoenix) wrote that she anticipated that in two years no more cracked games would be available, attributing this shift to new DRM technology by Denuvo, then being adopted by many games publishers. The group also announced that it would quit cracking games for a year, and later claimed it had defeated Denuvo's technology.
has been cracked by 3dm
Man, what a trainwreck. Yesterday, we informed about the inclusion of the Denuvo anti-tamper tech in Final Fantasy XV. However, it appears that the game has already been cracked, four whole days prior to its official release.
According to early reports, the first three Chapters work fine (and some players have been able to reach even the ninth Chapter without any issues). The size is also around 150GB with the HD 4K Resolution Textures, suggesting that this is the real deal. So yeah, this is undoubtedly bad news for Square Enix.
Pirates and game-cracking groups that reverse-engineer DRM protection to make many PC - and sometimes console - games available for anyone to play for free, have been hitting major hurdles for over a year, thanks to Denuvo's Anti-Tamper technology. Unlike previous horrors of SecuROM and similar services that ultimately aggravated legitimate users more than pirates, the new tech only prevents hackers.
The service has been used in multiple EA games before such as FIFA and Dragon Age: Inquisition. Though it may not completely prevent titles from being pirated, it requires technical prowess and delays the process quite a bit, well after interest has waned. FIFA 15, for instance, which came out in 2014, was only really cracked over six months after launch.
This lead the founder of Chinese cracking forum 3DM (a notorious hacking group) to admit that we may never see cracked games on PC again in as close as two years-time. Games like FIFA 16 and more recently Just Cause 3, remain un-cracked to this day, the latter of which spurred 3DM to comment.
Well, this was bound to happen. DOOM was released almost 2.5 months ago, and it has finally been cracked. DOOM was protected by Denuvo, and it appears that crackers were finally able to bypass/crack this anti-tamper tech.
Avalanche Studios' open-world sequel uses anti-tamper technology from the Austrian company Denuvo Software Solutions, which has been effective in slowing piracy in the past. Most notably on Dragon Age: Inquisition, as reported by Eurogamer, which was on sale for a month before a cracked version was released online.
Whether Bird Sister means that in the most literal sense is open to debate. It makes sense that almost any defence can be brought down given enough time and effort, after all, but it also makes sense that, the longer it takes for a game to be cracked, the less relevant it will be to those waiting to play.
As Denuvo explained to Eurogamer back in 2014, "Keep in mind that most PC games are cracked and pirated on the day of release, if not earlier, so keeping titles 100 per cent piracy-free for weeks or even months is almost unprecedented in the games industry."
This announcement comes a month after Bird Sister said her team was unable to crack Avalanche's open-world game Just Cause 3, which uses a secondary encryption system called Denuovo. According to TorrentFreak, the game has still not been cracked.
Just Cause 3 uses Denuvo Anti-Tamper, which has kept it and FIFA 16, which launched back in September, crack-proof so far. In a statement to Eurogamer, Denuvo's marketing director boasted that protection has been so successful over the past two years that "some publishers are are even considering releasing console-only titles for the PC platform." Not everyone uses Denuvo for their PC titles because of the expense involved right now.
Yes I have a cracked version installed in my home PC.But is this the matter of cracked or prurchased?B/C as I mentioned, similar questions posted yet not solved even one case.So you r saying all these problems posted on forum are caused by a cracked version?If so, I will purchase a license.
Pirates at the infamous Chinese hacking forum 3DM are complaining that recent PC games are simply too darn hard to crack, according to Torrent Freak. The problem is apparently Denuvo, a copy protection scheme that prevents tampering of the underlying DRM. Two recent games that use the scheme, FIFA 16 and Just Cause 3, have still not been cracked, despite appearing in early December. Based on the current pace of encryption tech, "in two years time I'm afraid there will be no free games to play in the world," said one forlorn pirate. 350c69d7ab