FairUse4WM crackers threaten Microsoft DRM defence

No sooner had Microsoft closed a hole in its PlaysForSure DRM technology than the FairUse4WM crackers opened another one.

FairUse4WM crackers threaten Microsoft DRM defence

Last week Microsoft issued a patch to PlaysForSure clients, such as Napster, to disable the ability of the FairUse4WM software to strip the DRM from music files.

Inevitably the release of the patch prompted a swift response – a new hack was released which not only works round the Microsoft update but includes additional DRM-stripping features into the bargain.

The speed of the response suggests that another server-side fix by Microsoft may not be enough.

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