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Protection Within the Home

  • Eric DiehlEmail author
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Abstract

The digital home network handles a plurality of devices using different media such as Ethernet, General Packet Radio Service, Wi-Fi, and USB. DRM/CAS protects content until it reaches the home. The location of this acquisition point within the home network is a tricky issue, known as CA-to-DRM. Content transferred from the acquisition point to other devices needs protection. The first approach is to use link encryption. This is usually done by DTCP. DVB-CPCM proposes a global approach that encompasses the entire home network. Content always stays scrambled within the home network. Descrambling only occurs at rendering and exporting points.

Keywords

Home Network Watermark Detector Analog Hole Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm Content Protection 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Technicolor, Security & Content Protection LabsRennesFrance

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