Widevine is Google’s DRM technology used by all OTT services (including Netflix, Prime Video and Hulu) for streaming premium videos on Chrome and Firefox browsers, Android and Chromecast.
Widevine provides a key management system (via the Widevine License server), and a secure Content Decryption Module (CDM) which processes content keys used for decrypting video in the user device.
Google’s Widevine spec comprises of three levels of security -
All videos streamed through VdoCipher use Widevine, Fairplay and Playready encryption to reach maximum number of devices. We also provide on-premises Widevine DRM licensing servers that you can include as part of your own video streaming infrastructure.