Don't have any idea if this is true, but there is a report that Pixbyte has stumbled upon a way around Cinavia.
Pixbyte makes DVDRanger and DVDneXt Copy software, and they intend to offer this new anti-Cinavia section on their DVDRanger software at the end of October.
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I know nothing about this company and their products and remain skeptical, but we'll see.
A quote from the link above: " At the moment, the solution is being tested by well known people in the world of copying. Approx. 55% of all reported Blu-ray Region A/B disks and DVDs have been successfully tested so far. It will be also tested on PS3, various Blu-ray players and PowerDVD. "
So does that mean that for the other 45% there was no solution?
That's how I read it, and after all, there aren't many discs with Cinavia (not yet!).
Like you said, we'll see.Pull! Bang! Darn!