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Denuvo sued ?

luca_29_bg

Member


This should explain the change of virtual machine in the latest version of denuvo.


This is taken from reddit

There is interesting version why appeared Denuvo v.4 without VMProtect. Here is a translation of post in russian part of internet. Source of the post in russian: http://rsdn.org/forum/shareware/6733058

"I want to tell you a story about one very clever and greedy Austrian company called Denuvo Software Solutions GmbH.

This company in due time has let out the system called Denuvo and the most remarkable in this history that in this system absolutely illegally uses our VMProtect. About 3 years ago in the electronic correspondence we already discussed the options for using VMProtect technology in their system, to which they received a fairly clear answer, that such an option is simply impossible, because cost of developing something similar for a "competing" company will be more than a hundred kilodollars and provide them with a $500 serial product for this purpose simply impractical. But this didn't stopped the Austrian developers and after officially bought VMprotect they started mowing loot. Everything went well until we corrected the claim that due to the unlicensed use of VMprotect, their license was canceled and options were offered for solving the problem through signing an amicable agreement, with compensation for us forfeit in a modest amount by their measure. Our proposal was ignored.

So: 1. We have given out signatures to antiviruses we cooperate with. Respect to Sophos: "For some reason my wife’s copy of Sophos keeps detecting a VMProtBad flag on one of the game’s dll files. Is there a lapsed license for protection with EA/BioWare that needs to be sorted out or did the system flag it on accident?"

At the moment, we have asked the VALVE support to contact the legal department in order to explain to them the "danger" of cooperation with these scammers.

Through our long-standing partners from Intellect-C, we are starting to prepare an official claim to Denuvo Software Solutions GmbH with the prospect of going to court, which can be a very good lesson for "greedy" developers who do not care about the intellectual rights of their colleagues in the shop.

In general, proceeding to flogging the next bad people."

It must be noted, that this guys already sued (source: http://rsdn.org/forum/shareware/5704575
) and won the case (source: http://rsdn.org/forum/shareware/5794497.1
) against allsoft.ru for selling Acronis vmProtect.

P.S. On russian exelab forum ELF_7719116 (guy who cracked Securom) wrote:

"In a word, if CPY (3DM, BALDMAN ...) until some time will not unravel the ball (Unravel) ... em! At least in theory, I have the whole puzzle fit together. It only hinders the catastrophic lack of time to finish at least one of the most important modules for the Denuvo Profiler, which will RAM vmprot at once (there are too many VM contexts for manual patching: vmp2 - 40 / vmp3 - 15). I already wrote about this."

Source: https://exelab.ru/f/index.php?action=vthread&forum=13&topic=19719&
 

Parham

Banned
Guess I need to post this again since there are some people who seem to have already forgotten after 2 page. Wow, how the mind slips!

"Allegedly"

Opening admitting to sexually assaulting someone(then banning anyone who called him out for it)


Posting revenge porn with their real full names then another admin(a now jailed pedophile) printed the photos and jacked off over them and sent it to the boyfriend.


You're right, how can we even know if he's guilty or not? HMMMM

Also:

 

luca_29_bg

Member
This is an explanation from a user in reddit thread and it makes sense

"Denuvo bought a valid license of VMProtect - however they use it for protecting 3rd Party Games too not only their own products - which is apparently against the license of VMProtect - they offered them something like an enterprise license where you can protect how much and what you want. They didn't agree"
 
Good, fuck Denuvo and fuck anyone that uses it and doesn't clearly communicate that they're using it on the product page (hiding it in the EULA).
 
Oh wow. One part of me is hoping they go under from this if true but whoever is losing their job if this comes to fruition probably won't be the ones calling the shots.

Screw Denuvo as a concept though; good riddance.
 

ckaneo

Member
This is an explanation from a user in reddit thread and it makes sense

"Denuvo bought a valid license of VMProtect - however they use it for protecting 3rd Party Games too not only their own products - which is apparently against the license of VMProtect - they offered them something like an enterprise license where you can protect how much and what you want. They didn't agree"
Meh, not as ironic.
 
This is an explanation from a user in reddit thread and it makes sense

"Denuvo bought a valid license of VMProtect - however they use it for protecting 3rd Party Games too not only their own products - which is apparently against the license of VMProtect - they offered them something like an enterprise license where you can protect how much and what you want. They didn't agree"

Boooo

This isn't a case of piracy but a case of contract violation
 

BADMAN

Member
Considering it takes CPY two weeks to crack Denuvo I would imagine this would be the nail in the coffin.
 
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