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David Ranch
2004-01-10, 11:20
Hey Guys,

Though the legality of this software might be questionable, the author of the
DVD DeCSS code has now done it again but now for Apple's DRM system (iTunes).

Any possibility of putting this code into the Slimp3 software?

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--Johansen Cracks iTunes DRM Scheme
(5 January 2004)
Jon Johansen has created and released code that unlocks iTunes music
and allows users to play the songs on GNU/Linux computers.
http://theregister.co.uk/content/6/34712.html
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--David

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kdf
2004-01-10, 12:54
Quoting David Ranch <dranch (AT) trinnet (DOT) net>:

>
> Hey Guys,
>
> Though the legality of this software might be questionable, the author of the
>
> DVD DeCSS code has now done it again but now for Apple's DRM system
> (iTunes).
>
> Any possibility of putting this code into the Slimp3 software?
>

Look in the archives
(http://lists.slimdevices.com/archives/discuss/2004-January/thread.html)
for this thread "[slim] New iTunes DRM Breakthrough". That says it all.

cheers,
kdf