~boringcactus/widevine-l3-decryptor

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Merge pull request #13 from erjanmx/fix-readme-typo

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But Widevine's least secure security level, L3, as used in most browsers and PCs, is implemented 100% in software (i.e no hardware TEEs), thereby making it reversible and bypassable.

This Chrome extension demonstates how it's possible to bypass Widevine DRM by hijacking calls to the browser's [Encrypted Media Extensions (EME)](https://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/eme/basics) and decrypting all Widevine content keys transferred - effectively turning it into a clearkey DRM.
This Chrome extension demonstrates how it's possible to bypass Widevine DRM by hijacking calls to the browser's [Encrypted Media Extensions (EME)](https://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/eme/basics) and decrypting all Widevine content keys transferred - effectively turning it into a clearkey DRM.

## Usage
To see this concept in action, just load the extension in Developer Mode and browse to any website that plays Widevine-protected content, such as https://bitmovin.com/demos/drm _[Update: link got broken?]_.