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Monday, May 14, 2007

iTunes 7 DRM cracked?

Or maybe it isn't. Jason O'Grady reports that it's happened:
Hymn, short for Hear Your Music aNywhere has a link to an updated version of QTFairUse6 (version 2.5) that can remove the DRM from music purchased from the iTunes Store.

QTFairUse6, created by IgorSK, is the only working solution for decrypting iTunes music. The software is useful for people that have purchased DRM'd music from the iTunes Store that want to play it on another brand of music player.
This certainly doesn't work with iTunes content I've purchased. And of course, it's still music only: To date, there's been no crack for iTunes-purchased videos, TV shows, and movies.

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