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Create a Copy Protected CD
Index
  • Create a Copy Protected CD #1
  • Create a Copy Protected CD #2
  • Copy Protection Tools
  • Encryption Plus for CDROM
  • CDRCue
  • Create a Copy Protected CD #1 uNDeRCoVeR
    Here's an example to copy-protect a Data CD by adding a dummy Data track so that the backup disc will have 2 Data tracks (which is in fact an Illegal Table of Contents).

    Example using Crash Bandicoot 3 [PAL] (PSX):

    • Get CDRWin 3.6b (or higher) and create an image of the CD (1 Mode2 data track).
      The CUE-file should look something like this:
      FILE "C:\TEMP\CRASH3.BIN" BINARY
      TRACK 01 MODE2/2352
      INDEX 01 00:00:00
    • Go to CDRWin -> Record Disc -> Load Cuesheet and read the Total Disc Time (should be 32:36:12).
    • Now add another (dummy) data track at the end of the cue file by using notepad and set it to the Total Disc Time minus 2 seconds(!).
      FILE "C:\TEMP\CRASH3.BIN" BINARY
      TRACK 01 MODE2/2352
      INDEX 01 00:00:00
      TRACK 02 MODE2/2352
      INDEX 01 32:34:12 <--  Total Disc Time (32:36:12) minus 2 seconds
    • Look at CDRWin -> Record Disc -> Disc Layout... and you will see the added track starts at 32:36:12 (not 32:34:12). The time is equal to the Lead
      Out starttime, so it should not come in range of the data track.
    • Now record disc with CDRWin and you will get a CD with 2 data tracks.

    The Crash Bandicoot 3 game runs fine on a Playstation.

    Nero Burning Rom is the only program that can make a copy of this CD using the CD-Recorder as CD-Reader. It can't be copied on a CD-ROM reader (at least not on a Plextor PX-20TS)!

    This trick should also works with Mixed Mode and Audio CD's.

    To create an Mixed-Mode CD with an Illegal TOC subtract 4 seconds from the total time instead of the 2 seconds (just subtract seconds until CDRWin accepts the CUE-Sheet). Keep in mind that in CDRWin the total time of the new track should be at least the lead-out time.

    USED HARD- AND SOFTWARE:

    • Plextor PX-R412C
    • Plextor PX-20TS
    • Recordable: Philips Silver Premium
    • CDRWin v3.6b & v3.7a (Win98)
    Create a Copy Protected CD #2 Razvan
    Here's an another example to copy-protect a Data CD by adding a dummy Data track so that the backup disc will have 2 Data tracks.

    If the second track has a different CD "mode" than the first then the CD WON'T BE COPIED AT ALL. Tried it on Heroes of Might & Magic 3 and NERO, CDRWin and EasyCD are not able to copy it.

    Use the following CDRWin CUE-Sheet to write the CD.

    FILE "HMM3.BIN" BINARY
    TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
    TRACK 02 MODE2/2352
    INDEX 01 73:30:45
    Copy Protection Tools

    Here are all the available tools to generate a Copy Protected DATA or AUDIO CD:

  • CCD-Lock
  • CD-Protector
  • CloneAudioProtector
  • Easy Audio Lock
  • FreeLock
  • TZCopyprotection
  • WinLock
  • WTM CD Protect
  • Encryption Plus for CDROM PC Guardian
    Encryption Plus for CD-ROM (EPCD) is an encryption application designed to encrypt information requiring protection against access by unauthorized persons.

    The CD creator encrypts the CDROM information, transfer this data to a CD-ROM, and then distribute the CD-ROM with full assurance that only authorized users will be able to access data on the CD-ROM.

    CDROMs encrypted with EPCD can still be accessed, the directory and file names are readable. However, the directory and files contents cannot be opened and viewed.

    A small decryption engine on the User's workstation is able to decrypt the information on-the-fly. This is totally transparent to the user.

    NOTE: EPCD can only be evaluated for 30 days, after this period the product needs to be purchased.
    CDRCue

    DC Software Design

      CDRCue Cuesheet Editor v1.3
    CDRCue is a syntax-highlighted cuesheet editor for CDRWIN and DAO.
    NOTE: This version only works for 60 days, after this period it will be unusable as it encrypts the cuesheet so it can't be used by CDRWIN.



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