Nevertheless, the consortium's statement asserted the "attack on one or more players sold by AACS licensees ... illustrates the need for the AACS licensees to follow the compliance and robustness rules set forth in the AACS license agreements to help ensure that product implementations are not compromised."
They are stating, more or less, that this is the disc player manufacturers faults – and that if they had done their job better, the circumvention wouldn't have been possible. Will the next iteration of players be harder to break or render the current methods obsolete? It's possible, and probable. The march against DRM continues.