“PallyCon, a SaaS Multi-DRM and watermarking content protection service unveiled a new feature named PallyCon DRM License Cipher. The new feature is made to identify vulnerabilities in software-level DRM solutions.”
Digital Rights Management or DRM is an effective way to protect the copyright’s holder rights and also ensures that the content is not unauthentically distributed or modified. In the current era of technology, it acts as a tool to get control over a copyrighted product. Even though DRM works in favor of a copyright holder, many times it becomes vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
PallyCon, a SaaS Multi-DRM and watermarking content protection service unveiled a new feature named PallyCon DRM License Cipher. The new feature is made to identify vulnerabilities in software-level DRM solutions.
Protecting digital content in today’s digital era is more important than ever. DRM stands as the first line of defense for digital content, making sure that copyrighted digital content stays secure and accessible only to authorized users. Although, issues in software-level DRM solutions have brought notable challenges to content security. The content protection service company has rolled out a solution that combats content-related insecurities.
Software-level DRM implementations have a long history of being vulnerable to different cyber attacks. Malicious actors manipulate license request responses, breach sensitive content keys, and reverse engineer content decryption techniques by taking advantage of software flaws. This endangers the revenue streams of the content owners and compromises their intellectual property rights.
DRM License Cipher is not a mere product for content security, it brings substantial content protection. It serves as a shield to protect software-level DRM from attacks, ensuring the management process is going smoothly.
Key features of PallyCon’s DRM License Cipher:
- Advanced encryption techniques: PallyCon protects license request challenge and response data using cutting-edge encryption methods.
- Whitebox cryptography: Whitebox cryptography is used to strengthen the unique encryption key, enhancing the security capabilities of our system.
- AppSealing: Building on this strong base, PallyCon has added AppSealing, a dynamic application security technology that makes sure the user’s service application is protected from a wide range of threats.