The software programs include MediaMax, created by SunnComm Technologies, and Extended Copy Protection ("XCP"), created by First4Internet.
What does XCP2 stand for?
XCP2 stands for eXtended Copy Protection (First 4 Internet; UK)
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Extended Copy Protection (XCP) is available in two formats: XCP1 Burn Protect for CDR pre-release production and XCP2 Press Protect for manufactured CDs.
The XCP, or extended copy protection, software utilizes "rootkit" technology that hides the software from users.