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In computing, ROM Mark or BD-ROM Mark is a serialization technology designed to guard against mass production piracy or the mass duplication and sale of unauthorized copies of pre-recorded Blu-ray Discs. Only licensed BD-ROM manufacturers have access to the equipment that can make these unique ROM Marks, thus allowing authentic BD-ROM media like movies and music to be identified.
The ROM Mark contains the Volume ID required to decrypt content encrypted using AACS.
- ^ Blu-ray Disc Association Agrees on Copy Protection System
- ^ Digital Content Protection Status Report
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