Is BD+ the Ultimate Copy Protection Scheme? We have seen many companies proclaim that their protection scheme was “Unbreakable”(Think Microsoft with their Windows Media DRM). However, it always seems to be cracked wide open and usually sooner than later. So why is BD+ taking so long? Is BD+ really the “Ultimate” protection? Is it undefeatable? Since most of the blu-ray players don’t have an internet connection I imagine that it is difficult to make changes to BD+ on the fly? Is that true? Is there anyway for them to change the encryption on the Disc if the protection scheme is cracked? Does Windows have anything to do with BD+? Does Windows some how prevent the encryption from being broken? Could the problem be that PowerDVD has some extra protection built in? For instance: PowerDVD could look at the file it is playing and say this should be a BD+ title and there is no BD+ protection on it now so PDVD will not play it? Could it be that SlySoft has already broken it but they want to make sure that they can still crack it when updates are made to BD+? For example: if Slysoft says that BD+ is broken then the BD group could just keeping making updates to it to stop the decryption. So what is the real deal with BD+? Is this the Iron Maiden of copy protection schemes?