Month: January 2019 VUALTO BLOG

Women In STEM - Future First

BACK TO SCHOOL TO ENCOURAGE WOMEN IN STEM

Posted on January 31st, 2019 | Posted by Carly Britton

Today I went back to school for the first time in twenty years. It was a strange, yet nostalgic feeling walking back through those old school gates. The moment I left twenty years ago, I never had any intention of returning to school. School was not a great experience for me, that being said, there […]

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DRM VUDRM

WIDEVINE GET TO WORK WITH BROWSER SECURITY UPDATES

Posted on January 21st, 2019 | Posted by Anna Holden

Last week we reported on the vulnerability exposed in Widevine’s Level 3 content security. Following on from this, Widevine have confirmed that their CDN schedule has been accelerated to deal with this.   WHAT WAS THE VULNERABILITY? Widevine Level 3 is one of Google’s less secure in-house DRM implementations. This is typically used for lower […]

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DRM VUDRM

HOW SECURE IS SECURE WHEN IT COMES TO DRM?

Posted on January 10th, 2019 | Posted by Anna Holden

In the wake of David Buchanan’s exposure of flaws in Widevine Level 3, many have been left questioning their content security. Widevine Level 3 is one of Google’s less secure in-house DRM implementations. Setting software based whitebox crypto as a minimum requirement when using Widevine means that the encryption keys will pass through the CPU […]

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