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    MacTheRipper 4.0 [k\'ed]





    Product Description:
    MacTheRipper is a DVD Ripper (extractor) for Mac OS X. It can extract commercial DVD movies
    to your hard drive, minus all the copy protection and region controls put in place by DVD publishers. Mac
    The Ripper removes CSS encryption, Macrovision protection, and sets the disc's region code to '0' for
    region-free by default, and is capable of removing RCE region protection as well, making an unrestricted
    copy of any DVD movies you own.

    It doesn't rely on the DVD drive to get the CSS decryption keys, so that means that you do not need to
    play the DVD with DVD Player in order to rip it to your hard drive unprotected. MacTheRipper is also
    capable of removing UOPs, or User Operation Prohibitions, which are the settings that prevent you from
    skipping or fast forwarding certain parts of DVDs, such as FBI warnings, previews, logos, intros, etc. Mac
    The Ripper is also able to extract discs with the new ARccOS protection, as well as DVDs that have been
    damaged or improperly mastered.

    Download :
    Code: 
    http://hotfile.com/dl/51268779/162ccb4/_osxstation.com_MacTheRipper_4.0__K_ed_.zip.html

    Instructions:
    1) Download
    2) Unzip
    3) Mount
    4) Move/Copy the MTR4.0 folder to /Applications
    5) Install LibdvdCSS.mpkg
    6) Move/Copy mtr.lic to ~/Library/Preferences
    7) Move/Copy libMTR.dylib to /usr/local/lib (cmd+shift+G => /usr/local/lib)
    8) Give it a try
    BLOCK ALL OUTGOING CONNECTIONS WITH LITTLE SNITCH

    courtesy of Valashtar


    Last edited by osxstation; June 28th, 2010 at 11:03 PM.

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    thank you..

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    Thnx osxstation for the share. Keep doin' it!

    You might want to add some of this information to your post.


    The included app with hack is-- MTR 4.0 UB 7.8MB Created/Modified 3/23/10 (4.0.0 StormBringer).

    Or even the ReadMe, that includes--

    Instructions:
    4) Move/Copy the MTR4.0 folder to /Applications
    5) Install libDVDCSS.mpkg
    6) Move/Copy mtr.lic to ~/Library/Preferences
    7) Move/Copy libMTR.dylib to /usr/local/lib
    BLOCK ALL OUTGOING CONNECTIONS WITH LITTLE SNITCH.

    FWIW, this seems to be a change from the previous naming convention, which ran something like--
    MTR 3.0-- r12, r14b, r14c, r14d, r14i, r14l, r14m, r16, r17, etc.

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    Thank you very much!!

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    ood for this , i used the 3.0r14 for a long while

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    Can someone tell me, why its opening Mail.app when clicking on MTR.app???

    Leo
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    Angry

    it opens entourage as well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijah.Baley View Post
    Can someone tell me, why its opening Mail.app when clicking on MTR.app???

    Leo
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    Instructions:
    1) Download
    2) Unzip
    3) Mount
    4) Move/Copy the MTR4.0 folder to /Applications
    5) Install LibdvdCSS.mpkg
    6) Move/Copy mtr.lic to ~/Library/Preferences
    7) Move/Copy libMTR.dylib to /usr/local/lib (cmd+shift+G => /usr/local/lib)
    8) Give it a try
    BLOCK ALL OUTGOING CONNECTIONS WITH LITTLE SNITCH

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    Ah, reminds me I'm using Glimmerblocker which is a bit of a bother with Little Snitch. Thanks anyway.

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    Dont give a try. Doesnt work.


 
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