AnyDVD bypasses the need for HDCP, I believe so you can't use it as a gauge.
Have you tried a different HDMI cable?
Also, you may consider uninstalling your video players and re-installing them (with all of their updates). It is possible that your software isn't recognizing the lateest firmware as applied to the BD player.
You might also consider re-applying the latest firmware release to the Pioneer just to verify it properly installed.
What rez are you running to that Hannspree? I see from the specs that it has a native rez of 1920x1200, even though it's a 1080p TV. HDCP verification might be getting tripped up when sending 1080p (1920x1080 @60Hz) DRM video to the display.
If you are running 1920x1200, try to manually set your output to 1920x1080 @60Hz and see if it clears the HDCP error.
rwpritchett - Tried on various resolutions including restarts. No difference.
COLGeek - Tried both HDMI ports.
I saw your HDCP issue which you posted back in 2012. I just bought a new computer which has the exact same issue. The last advice someone gave you was to "Try the DVI adapter route and check the results. ". did that work for you?
I see many people have this same issue but I have yet to find the solution. Did you solve this problem?