Thursday, September 14, 2006

Apple's DRM Cracked Once Again!

Thanks to our friends over at the Wired Blog called the Listening Post, cracking Apples Fairplay DRM for the new iTunes 7 is pretty simple using version 2.3 of the application called QTFairUse6 created by the clever hackers inhabiting the pages of (The only drawback is that it removes the usability restrictions one song at a time and leaves you with a naked file in the AAC format - which doesn't work on every portable music player yet...)

(Correction: Only version 1.0 produced raw AAC files. Versions 2.0+ produce nicely playable .m4a files with all metadata intact.)

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