Togeen's supergroup ;Net decided to represent the group as it had many well known members which were contributors to T3's crack team. It was rumored that they had a successful operation passing Denuvo testing with scores of 18 or higher on all platforms. However, their Denuvo cracks were incompatible with some games where the use of Denuvo was previously validated by the Denuvo billing vendor.
Razor 1911 were a group of crackers, led primarily by Flashpoint, that focused on cracking the Denuvo DRM used in several well-known titles. They debuted on the year's third whitelist. Their first crack, a cracked version of Star Wars: Battlefront 2, broke the day it was released.
T3 is an independent security and hacker group, which is part of a network of other hackers based in the United States. who are perhaps one of the biggest hackers of the indie scene. T3 has released a crack for a large number of Denuvo protected games, including games that were protected by Denuvo v4.
CODE:COD (as it was known) was founded in Mexico in 2013 by a group of german coders (that live in Mexico) that wanted to hack some games. Members of CODE:COD are experts in cracking, the group primarily focuses on crack Denuvo and Isohunt games, but also released one game.
STINGRAY was a pseudonym of a person from Shanghai, which cracked Denuvo. Later they had a legal dispute with Denuvo, this encouraged many other teams, mostly Chinese, to start up and compete. Using a script-kiddie mentality, they took easy targets such as 1Password and the Redux games. d2c66b5586