Content Decryption Module

A module that implements Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) in web browsers.

A Content Decryption Module is a web browser module that implements Encrypted Media Extensions. Here are a few examples of content decryption modules:

  • Widevine (used in Chrome, Firefox, and Opera among others)
  • PlayReady (used in Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 8.1)
  • FairPlay (used in Safari since OS X Yosemite)
  • CDM
  • Encrypted Media Extensions on
  • Content Decryption Module (CDM/html5) on
  • EME, CDM, AES, CENC, and Keys – The Essential Building Blocks of DRM on
  • How to Enable Widevine DRM in Ubuntu on
  • open-content-decryption-module on
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