On the torrent sites once again appeared a pirate copy of the movie “Naughty Eight”. It would not be surprising if it were not for the 4K version. Can pirates succeed in breaking the advanced copy protection system?
At the end of last year, the web network leaked many new movies available in very good quality, often before their official movie premieres. Among them was the latest Quentin Tarantino film titled “Nateawistna Ósemka”.
This was undoubtedly a big blow for film studios, but now they can get even bigger. On the torrent sites appeared a new version of the said film Tarantino, but available in 4K resolution. Movie studios believed that 4K videos were duly protected from copying and would be resistant to piracy for a long time, but it turned out that their breaks did not last long.
The film appeared on UltraHDclub, a private tracker, available only through an invitation that specializes in distributing movies in Ultra HD. The file weighs just over 40 GB and will probably soon spread to other torrent sites.
The film comes from a legal source called Okko. This is a VOD service launched in 2014 by LG Electronics that has been designed to meet the highest Hollywood copy protection standards. So far, he has been a trusted source for movies that provide the latest hits at the box office.
If the pirate copy of the film actually originates there, it would mean breaking a professional Digital Cinema Package that protects the material from being copied. Sources confirm that this was the case.