Which movies are affected?

Will movie X play on my Playstation? We’re currently working on a complete list of movies and hardware currently not working and what machines are affected by the protection. Stay tuned, meanwhile – Head to our forums and add movie titles you’ve had problems with.

Update: As of July, we’ve added the movie titles which have been affected in 2012 so far.

2010
The Wolfman
Repo Men
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Due Date
2011
Battle: Los Angeles
Just Go With It
The Roommate
Sucker Punch
Fast Five
Paul
Hall Pass
Red Riding Hood
Priest
The Hangover: Part II
Bridesmaids
Bad Teacher
Something Borrowed
Horrible Bosses
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2
Zookeeper
Friends With Benefits
The Change-Up
Final Destination 5
Contagion
30 Minutes or Less
2012
Anonymous
Bucky Larson: Born To Be A Star
Carnage
Courageous
Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark
Drive
Higher Ground
The Ides Of March
London Boulevard
Midnight in Paris
Moneyball
Restless
Take Shelter
The Rum Diary
The Skin I Live In

Dark Shadows
Battleship
Project X
Rock of Ages
Prometheus
Men in black 3

Bluray players/media players that contain Cinavia

Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) – Firmwares affected – all firmwares newer than v3.01 contain Cinavia (Message Code 3)
Pioneer BDP-V6000 – unknown firmware atm
Denon DBP-1611UD – unknown firmware atm
Marantz UD5005 – unknown firmware atm

Bluray players/media players that DONT contain Cinavia

LG BD550 latest BD.8.31.339.C firmware, some firmwares earlier than 300.C contained cinavia
LG BD560 latest BD.8.31.339.C firmware, some firmwares earlier than 300.C contained cinavia
LG BD570 latest BD.8.31.339.C firmware, some firmwares earlier than 300.C contained cinavia
Samsung BD-P1590 latest firmware v2.13 and older
Samsung BD-C5900-XAA firmware BSP-C6900WWB-1019.1 and older
Samsung BD-C6900 up until firmware version BSP-C6900WWB-1018.1 
Sony BDP-S300 firmware v5.30 and older (unknown if v5.40 is protected)
Sony BDP-S301 firmware v5.30 and older (unknown if v5.40 is protected)
Sony BDP-S360 latest firmware 007 and older
Sony BDP-S370 firmware M03.R.315 and older
Sony BDP-S550 latest firmware 020 and older
Sony BDP-S560 latest firmware 007 and older
Sony BDP-S570 firmware M04.R.624 and older
Sony BDP-N460 firmware M02.R.123 and older
Sony BDP-CX960 firmware v013 and older
Oppo BDP-83 latest firmware BDP-83-55-0226/BDP-83-55-0226B and older
Oppo BDP-93 latest firmware BDP9x-42-0323 and older
Panasonic DMP-BD85 – firmware v1.50 dated 03/08/2010 and older
Panasonic DMP-BDT350 – firmware v1.73 dated November 22, 2010 and older
Panasonic SC-BT230 firmware 1.50 and older
Philips BDP9600 firmware 1.53
Pioneer BDP-51FD and BDP-05FD firmware v1.70 
Pioneer BDP-320 V3.70 firmware and older
Western Digital WD TV HD Media Player 1st Gen – model: WDAVN00 (latest FW v1.03.01 and older)
Western Digital WD TV HD Media Player 2nd Gen – model: WDBABF0000NBK-NESN (firmware 1.01.70 and older)
Western Digital WD TV Live HD Media Player 1st Gen – model: WDBAAN0000NBK (latest beta Firmware v1.03.35 and older)
Western Digital WD TV Live Plus HD Media Player 1st Gen – model: WDBABX0000NBK (latest Firmware v1.03.29 and older)
Vizio VBR100 firmware unknown

 

 

 

 

Note that TV’s, Receivers, cell phones, tablets, sound cards, cable modems, pocket watches, and any other device that is *NOT* a player DOES NOT “contain Cinavia”. It is not technically possible as the *PLAYER* has to determine what is or is not a trust source. If you suspect you are dealing with a Cinavia problem, you will know if, and ONLY IF, you SEE AN ACTUAL CINAVIA MESSAGE ON THE SCREEN. I don’t care if the “title contains Cinavia”. If you do NOT see a Cinavia ERROR message, you are NOT dealing with a Cinavia problem. Source: SlySoft Forum