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PVR: a novel PVR scheme for content protection

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3 Author(s)
Junggab Son ; Member; Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Hanyang University, Korea. ; Hoonjung Lee ; Heekuck Oh

Personal Video Recorders (PVR) are attractive to users because they enables us to watch content without facing time-restrictions. On the other hand, enterprises want to store content safely by using a proper encryption method to prevent a loss of their profits due to the leakage of content through PVR. Thus, it is necessary for enterprises to apply a method that effectively hinders the leakage of content while guaranteeing a certain level of QoS (Quality of Service). In this paper, we proposed a secure PVR method which uses a chipset-pairing, a form of advanced CAS. The proposed scheme has its merit in the fact that it can be directly usable for systems which use a chipset-pairing. Also, it generates a reasonable overhead to users and is effective to the leakage of content.

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IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics  (Volume:57 ,  Issue: 1 )