Offering the latest version of the Digital Transmission Content Protection (DTCP v1.7) standard for high definition digital media, DRM Fusion for DTCP has been optimized for mobile devices, preventing high-value media content from being leaked or hacked by performing interactive device authentication between server and player devices before initiating the encrypted data transmission. The software is specifically tailored for secure content sharing between both wired and wireless devices, enabling consumers to view protected content on their laptop or on an LCD monitor, record and copy a high-definition broadcast for offline viewing or stream copyrighted music stored on a smartphone to an in-home or in-vehicle entertainment system.
It provides all the DLNA-required advanced cryptographic security functions, including authentication, digital signature algorithms and key storage and management in accordance with standards specified by the DLNA, which mandates the use of DTCP, defines interoperability guidelines to enable the sharing of digital media devices and has more than 240 multi-industry companies responsible for nearly 20,000 different DLNA devices.
DRM Fusion for DTCP can be implemented either in software running in a trusted execution environment such as ARM TrustZone, or in applications without a trusted execution environment by integrating INSIDE Secure’s hardware security semiconductor IP. The digital right management security solution is available as an embedded or downloadable software.
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