Ubisoft DRM Hacked
A group called Skid Row has enabled users to play Ubisoft's games without an Internet connection.
Hackers have cracked Ubisoft's DRM system, which requires a constant connection to the Internet in order to play the company's games.
"A crack for Ubisofts anti-piracy system published by a group called Skid Row allows gamers to circumvent the controls for games such as Assassin's Creed II," writes The Register's John Leyden.
"A message from the group on a gamers' forum sets out the group's agenda: allowing legitimate copies of PC games to be played without an internet connection, rather than facilitating piracy," Leyden writes.
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